China to build world’s biggest airport

China is planning to build the world’s biggest airport in Beijing, serving the capital and the surrounding regions of Tianjin and Hebei. Existing facilities are already running close to capacity and there is little or no room for expansion, reports The Telegraph. Consequently city planers have identified a 54km2 site, almost the size of Bermuda. When opens in 2015, it will process an estimated 370,000 passengers per day, making it the world’s busiest airport, ahead of Atlanta in the US which currently serves approximately 240,000 passengers per day......

View from 101 Taipei

Iluma, the newest mall in Singapore

Located at Bugis Junction, I visited the newest mall in Singapore few months ago. Targeting the Y generation this mall is doing a really good job. Again an extra Mall to visit next time in Singapore.

My ANA Business Class Dinner Tokyo-LAX "Lucky me, got upgrade"

JIm Thompson restaurant in Bangkok

I have been a really big fan of Jim Thompson's fabric. This is Jim Thompson legend.
In the twenty years before his ill-fated holiday in Malaysia, he had accomplished more than most men in a full life. He had built a major industry in a remote and little known country whose language he could not speak; he had become an authority on an art that, previously, he scarcely knew existed and had assembled a collection that attracted scholars from all over the world; he had built a home that was a work of art in itself and one of the landmarks of Bangkok; and, in the process of doing all this, he had become a sort of landmark himself, a personality so widely known in his adopted homeland that a letter addressed simply 'Jim Thompson, Bangkok' found its way to him in a city of three and a half million people.