W Maldives to host Astrology-inspired ‘edible art’ dinner with renowned Pastry Chef Janice Wong
If you are unsure about where to escape for a holiday, just look to the stars! W Hotels has got you covered on your next vacation with its hotels throughout Asia that are the perfect match to your astrological sign, curated by astrology expert Ruby Warrington.
All Cancers (June 21 to July 22) that need privacy like no other sign and seek secluded spots, can nestle into their own private escape at W Maldives, with nothing but the ocean breeze to interrupt their tranquillity.
To celebrate the arrival of the zodiac’s first water sign, W Maldives is creating a series of Astro events around the Cancer sign in cooperation with Singaporean award-winning Pastry Chef Janice Wong, voted Asia’s Best Pastry Chef for 2013 and 2014 at the prestigious San Pellegrino Asia Top 50, as well as Pastry Chef of the Year in 2011, 2013 and 2015 by World Gourmet Summit.
Playing with a multitude of colours, textures and flavours, guests can join her in the world of interactive and ‘edible art’ inspired by the Cancer sign on June 21 during a five-course dinner inspired by the natural elements of water and air.
“We are honoured to welcome a renowned pastry chef of such calibre as Janice Wong to W Maldives and look forward to thrilling our guests with her culinary sensations as we continue with our series of visiting international chefs,” Anuj Sharma, General Manager at W Maldives, was quoted in a statement, as saying.
Located in the North Ari Atoll, W Maldives offers 77 escapes and suites located both ashore and overwater, including 28 Wonderful Beach Oasis, 46 Fabulous Overwater Oasis, three WOW Ocean Escape and one Extreme WOW Ocean Haven (the W brand’s interpretation of the Presidential Suite). Each chic and spacious escape features infinity plunge pool.
There is a mixture of six bars and restaurants at W Maldives. Kitchen, the all-day dining bistro, and Fire, where guests have their choice of four different barbecues, provide menus for everyone’s palate. Swim up to the pool bar Wet and order a light lunch. There is even a dining option on the resort’s private desert island, Gaathafushi, or Fish, the resort’s specialty seafood restaurant set over the water and under the stars. Fifteen Below is the only underground club in the Maldives, with its own resident DJ and a sushi bar Sushi Beat.
Guests can also spoil themselves with a selection of over 125 treatments at the award-winning overwater Away Spa.