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Pair your stay with the perfect meal
 
In the past few weeks, we’ve covered hotel and restaurant pairings in Bangkok, Laos and Cambodia. This week marks our final instalment of perfect pairings with a Secret Retreat (left) and a nearby Secret Table (right) in Bali and beyond.
 
 

 
Penang, Malaysia
 

 

 
 
This heritage mansion is one of scenic Penang’s best known architectural treasures. Also known as Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion after the original owner, enjoy historical décor, sumptuous gardens and indulgent amenities.
 

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At gēn根, each dish is a deep dive into the nuances of Malaysian flavours and cultures. In this modern, minimalist restaurant, dishes are served chef’s table-style next to an open kitchen.
 
 

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Ubud, Bali
 

 

 
 
Surrounded by lush rice fields, Mathis Retreat is a treat for senses. Be whisked away to another world at this tropical sanctuary, which embodies modern Balinese design and culture.
 

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 Take a bite out of Bali at this highly popular eatery. Locavore celebrates the farmers, fisherfolk and food artisans of Indonesia, elevating local ingredients through masterful European techniques. 
 

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Seminyak, Bali
 

 

 
 
A celebration of Indonesian style, each bungalow and residence at Villa Mathis is decorated with art from the islands of Bali and beyond. This intimate and stylish retreat is set in quiet Umalas, promising the ultimate romance and luxury.
 
 

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 The cuisine at Sangsaka is, at once, modern and primitive. Cooked over woods and coals, their traditionally-inspired plates celebrate the cuisines of Indonesia in an artful manner. Enjoy elegant dining and a lively ambience at this charming eatery. 
 

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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
 

 

 
 
For the ultimate romantic escape, rest your head at the stunning Villa Song Saigon. Located on the banks of the Saigon River, this French-Colonial style hotel offers 23 rooms each uniquely decorated and adorned with fine art and photography.
   
 

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 For a taste of Vietnamese royal cuisine, dine at the rooftop Hue House which recreates the royal gardens and plates of Hue, the former royal seat of the long gone Vietnamese Kingdom. Dine on specialities once reserved for kings and queens as you savour splendid views of the city below. 
 

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…to start planning your Asian journey
 

 
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