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Experience Nights at the Museum Hotels
Take a journey back in time… Learn the true essence of Asia through its antiques, art, artefacts and architecture by staying the night at these museum-worthy heritage hotels.


Hotel Tugu Bali presents the most romantic tales, folklores and legends of Indonesia. Featuring eclectic collection of antiques from all over Asia, it captures a vibrant spirit and a passion for the nation’s art, soul and romance.


A stay at this historical property includes exploring the Stok Palace Museum filled with an intriguing collection of precious artefacts and relics related to Ladakh’s former monarchy.



Step back in time and indulge in the mansion’s glorious history and harmonious culture. Originally built in the early 1900s, each boutique guestroom is uniquely adorned and intricately furnished with precious heirlooms and 19th century antiques.


 Chakrabongse Villas, built in 1908 by HRH Prince Chakrabongse, envelops guests in royal history. While the main house’s Domestic Revival architecture won a Conservation Award in 1987, guests stay in antique teak Thai villas dotted around the garden grounds. 



Here Lanna-style pavilions dating back to the 13th century are filled with antiques and artefacts including paintings, a fine collection of Sukhothai and pre-Lanna porcelain, and Buddha statues from various periods.


 Built 260 years ago by a wealthy Qing Dynasty silk merchant, Jing’s Residence has maintained its carved wooden window frames and timber structural elements to preserve China’s historic architecture. 


Stay tuned for more of our museum-like hotels in upcoming newsletters!

…to start planning your Asian journey

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