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Let DISCOVERY's social media pages inspire you with stunning stories from our collection of hotels and resorts. You can share your travel memories and experiences with us on Facebook​ and Instagramusing the hashtag #DISCOVERYLoyalty​ for a chance to be featured in DISCOVERY's e-mails, Facebook and Instagram pages. So book your next getaway now and get posting!

Travel Inspiration From Bloggers

From Singapore to the Maldives and exciting destinations in between, our DISCOVERY travel bloggers have been busy exploring our hotels and Local Experiences! ​ Get a glimpse into four DISCOVERY hotels through the eyes of different travel bloggers from around the world. ​ Follow their travel journeys below to get inspired.


Millete Suan, known as Miles, is a UAE based blogger (@lifewithmillette) who had the opportunity to explore and experience Naladhu Private Island Maldives. Continue reading to follow along on her journey in her own words! ​

Overall experience:

Naladhu was ‘the’ perfect hideaway. Featuring only 20 bespoke villas and ensuring utmost privacy, you get the sense that you are the only guests on this island paradise. Besides, a few close buddies couldn’t stop gushing about this resort – in one word, it was magical! ​

What do you like most about the DISCOVERY Programme?
Time is of the essence when I travel. Features that I love are the early check in at 9 a.m., late checkout until 6 p.m.; as well as double room upgrade (due to my Black level status). The amazing Local Experiences are the proverbial cherry on the cake. ​


Mark Chua​ founded his travel blog The Shutterwhale (@theshutterwhale)​ as a platform to pursue his passion for photography and travel. He’s an expert on Singapore hotels and has stayed at Pan Pacific Singapore​ many times. Keep reading to learn more about his latest stay at Pan Pacific Singapore.

Stay highlight:
The Pacific Club and the team there is amazing - I return to Pan Pacific Singaporemultiple times a year and they remember my coffee (as well as Champagne) preferences - they also serve a delicious eggs benedict! ​

Do you have any travel tips for DISCOVERY members?
Loyalty always pays off and it is always a good idea to find a programme that gives you benefits that you utilise and see value in. Invest not only in adventures but also experiences that will you put you right in the heart of the city. ​


Mitch and Thuymi​ are founders of AdventureFaktory, an international online travel platform (@AdventureFaktory). They have been traveling the globe since 2015, while both holding down full-time jobs – showing everyone you can do it all. Keep reading to follow along on their Kilindi Zanzibar​ adventure. ​

Stay highlight:
A totally unique and special property with the whitest sand on the beach we have ever seen. The exclusivity and privacy of the rooms is a feature of Kilindi. The infinity pools outside the bedroom and your own private butler makes the stay special. ​

What do you like most about the DISCOVERY Programme?
The programme gives us an opportunity to experience local activities in a way never thought possible if we were just travelling without DISCOVERY. They give us the coolest Local Experiences that are totally unique to the area. ​


George Rishan, founded his travel, lifestyle and photography blog in 2016 and has been to over 34 countries on his travel journeys. Follow along on his luxury stay at Kempinski Summerland Hotel & Resort Beirut.

What do you like most about the DISCOVERY Programme?
My favorite part about the program has to be the Local Experiences. I really like how authentic, yet unconventional, they are. ​ ​ ​

Can you share some simple tips for taking great travel photos?
Whenever I am traveling, I try as much as possible to take pictures around sunrise as the city/beach/destination is empty and the lighting is ideal. Also, composition is everything when it comes to taking pictures. Everything else can be fixed or edited. Imagine the picture in your head before you hold the camera and click. ​ ​