Money Today Archive September 4, 2011 Issue

Edition: September 4, 2011

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Twice the size of its sister property in Las Vegas, The Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel boasts the world largest casino.

Arctic comes calling

The world's largest indoor ice exhibition at Macau's Venetian creates a glacial rhetoric that freezes in time and memory.
  • In high spirits A handful of enterprising bartenders around the world are ushering in a renaissance for mixed drinks. What new highs will this cocktail culture scale? We find out.
  • For the love of Cognac As we leave summer behind, travel to Cognac in south west France for a vacation where excess of gourmet food and drink become the norm. Forget wine and champagne as you sip on spirited cognac.
  • Keep pace Fast cars, horses and boats. Racing tidbits from around the world.
  • Manual Guide on healthy and good food
  • At the end Peter Punj, Managing Director, Punj Corporation shares his favourite things.
  • A fun but forgettable feast The Starwood Sheraton's new restaurant, Feast, serves up a mixed plate. It stuns and stuffs with variety and quantity but there are some lapses in quality. BT More reviews.
  • Social Mores Top hotel chains around the world have recognised that  hotel lobby is more than just dead space to while away time. With this in mind, the new focus is on recrafting these spaces as engaging recreational and food zones.
  • Time zone As the hourglass captures the fleeting passage of time, BT More explores the most coveted timepieces of the moment.
  • Rugged There's a wristwatch for every game you want to play. These luxury models by prestigious watchmakers transition seamlessly from a deep sea dive to a day at the derby. The 12 timepieces showcased here are rough and ready for adventure but smooth around the edges, sharp to look at, and smart on the inside.
  • Classic Fusing in their metallic façade, artistic embellis hments and futuristic movements, classic watches are a perfect blend of past, present and future, maki ng them timeless in their appeal. Here's an ode to some contemporary renditions of cult classics and some new beauties, all set to stand the test of time.
  • Complicated Markers of industrial rejuvenation, these instruments of horology are hailed for their detailed movements. With retrogrades, tourbillons, perpetual calendars and minute repeaters ceaselessly evolving through time, purists and connoisseurs remain hooked on to this eternal culture.
  • More for less From sporty chronographs to classic luminous dials, choose a watch which debunks the maxim that luxury is the privilege of the rich. Minus hefty price tags, these timepieces stun with form and function.

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