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Hotel Reviews

Singapore

Amara Sanctuary Resort, Sentosa
Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa
Wanderlust Hotel 
Pan Pacific Singapore (Marina) 


Malaysia
Somerset Nusa Jaya, Johor
Holiday Inn Resort Penang
St Giles Wembley, Penang
Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur
DoubleTree Hilton, Kuala Lumpur


Thailand
Grand Millenium - Sukhumvit Bangkok
Sawadee Hotel Sukhumvit Soi 8 - Bangkok 
Hua Chang Heritage Hotel - Bangkok

Indonesia
Hard Rock Hotel, Bali

Philippines
Radisson Blu Cebu

Taiwan - Hotels 
City Inn iii - Taipei 
Dandy Hotel, Tianmu Branch - Taipei
iTaipei Service Apartment - Taipei
Legend Hotel, Kaohsiung

Taiwan - Minsus (Homestay) 
Hualien Bayview B&B - Hualien
Jack Beanstalk Minsu - Yilan 
Migrantland Leisure Resort - Tainan
FunCar - Tainan

China
The Langham Xintiandi, Shanghai
The QUBE Hotel, Pudong Shanghai

Hong Kong 
Eaton Smart Hong Kong
Rainbow Hotel, Hong Kong

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