Brussel’s Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate

it took until well into the Eighteenth Century for the Belgians to perfect the art of turning chocolate into desserts and confectionery . . . → Read More: Brussel’s Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate

Cheese chocolate and trains for a fun do time

65 tons of chocolate is produced on-site each day, but you may have to leave some for others to sample too . . . → Read More: Cheese chocolate and trains for a fun do time

New Sands at Marina Bay Singapore

It is home to the world’s largest public cantilever housing an observation deck, lush gardens, restaurants, and an infinity-edged swimming pool . . . → Read More: New Sands at Marina Bay Singapore

Margaret River’s chocoholic paradise

You behold rows of large tables stacked high with pyramids of chocolate in all shapes and forms . . . → Read More: Margaret River’s chocoholic paradise