World's Number One Hotel

Number Ones on The Yum List

As we look back over 2015, we consider ourselves very fortunate for our health, good friends and many opportunities gifted to us for travel and culinary exploration. Many of the places we’ve enjoyed this year not only made it to The Yum List, but were recognised internationally as the best in their field. Here we recall some of the World’s Number Ones covered by our team. (Please note, the accolades are given by numerous organisations, too many to list here. If a spot interests you, click on the title link to find out more.)

Number One Hotel in the World  – Gili Lankanfushi, The Maldives

Number one hotel in the world
Gili Lankanfushi, The Maldives

 

Number One Luxury Hotel in Kathmandu – Dwarika’s Hotel

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Dwarika’s Kathmandu, Nepal

 

best business hotel, Australia
Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney

 

Number One Whisky in the World – Kavalan Solist

number one whisky in the world
Kavalan Solist

 

Most Expensive Coffee in the World – Panama Geisha

most expensive coffee in the world
Panama Geisha

And Malaysia has produced a few number ones of their own this year too…

Most Expensive Malaysian Wine – Domaine Laurent

Malaysia's most expensive wine
Domaine Laurent – Tongkat Ali Infused Wine

 

Malaysia’s First Whisky – 56 Degrees

Made in Malaysia whisky
FiftySix Degrees Whisky

 

Largest Selection of Whiskies Sold by the Glass in South East Asia – The Whisky Bar KL

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Largest Number of Whiskies Sold by the Glass in South East Asia

 

Malaysia’s First Handmade Transparent Coffee Machine

Malaysia's number ones
Malaysia’s First Handmade Transparent Coffee Machine

 

Know of something you think deserves a “number one” listing? Leave a comment below.

 

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9 Comments

  1. Pretty impressive list.
    Is the Dwarika’s Hotel in Kathmandu still operative?
    Friends of mine here – 3 Nepalese on 457A visas were
    traumatised when the earthquake hit – fortunately all their
    families survived – Ajay the youngest of the trio is presently
    visiting his family in Kathmandu.

    I would add the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel Resort and Spa, Bali.
    The Oriental in Bangkok.
    The Grand Sofitel Central at Hua Hin, Thailand – this may have a
    new name but is the oldest resort hotel in Thailand and is a “MUST”
    to visit – charm just oozes.
    Oh you and Junior do live a charmed life – as I AGAIN go Martian GREEN!
    El Colin Cordobes

  2. Such a gorgeous place, Monica! I would want to stay there a long time and explore everything! 🙂

  3. Interesting, that coffee machine.

  4. You have been travelling a lot in 2015, more to come ?

  5. It’s great to reflect back on such gifted opportunities for travel and culinary escapades…..and be thankful. I look forward to reading more explorations in 2016 from The Yum List! 🙂 Happy New Year, Monica and to all at The Yum List! 🙂

  6. A lot of “bests”. It’s always a pleasure to read about your culinary and other adventures. Have a great New Year!

  7. I think you need to do a Number Last list too 😉
    So we can all avoid the terrible stuff…

  8. A great year full of blessings! Lovely places you have visited!