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DESIGN DISTRICT 11


VENTURE INTO THE UNKNOWN


Cities like Barcelona, Venice and Amsterdam are all suffering from “overtourism”, a global problem where too many travellers visit a particular destination and negatively impact the quality of life there. Now more intrepid travellers are eschewing long queues at the


Louvre or Sistine Chapel and are opting for more remote travel destinations. Countries like Bhutan, Paraguay and Oman have all seen an increase in tourist numbers in the past year. Tour organiser Intrepid Travel recently added tours to Djibouti and India’s remote north-eastern regions, while Hyatt Hotels and the Hilton Group are opening new properties in Kazakhstan. Which remote destination will you visit next?


CABIN FEVER


Forget first-class seats: several commercial airlines are upping the ante in terms of comfort and luxury. Etihad is the first commercial passenger jet to offer private, multi-room cabins complete with a living room, a double bedroom and a separate en-suite shower room, as well as your very own Savoy-trained butler. Singapore Airlines recently introduced new luxury cabins to its Airbus A380 fleet, which are all fitted with a double bed, a leather chair, a 32” TV monitor, a full-sized wardrobe and an amenities box. Meanwhile, Emirates’ First Class private suites offer you 3,7m2


of personal space with mood


lighting, high-tech control panels and virtual windows. Talk about flying high!


KAAP: A TRULY SOUTH AFRICAN SCENT


Cape Town’s The Table Bay hotel has just launched its bespoke new fragrance called Kaap, which is produced by blending 100% pure botanicals from the Cape and aims to evoke a sensory journey reminiscent of the beautiful sights and smells of the Cederberg region. Bespoke fragrance producer Tammy Frazer, who’s also the granddaughter of the inventor of Oil of Olay, Graham Wulff, has exclusively blended the fragrance for The Table Bay. The Kaap range includes linen spray, room spray, water softener, scented candles, fragrance tiles and hand-blown glass reed diffusers, and can be purchased directly from the hotel. Visit: www.suninternational.com/table-bay


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