There are places all over the world that leave unforgettable memories. Saint-Emilion is one of them. It is a journey to the heart of its vineyard that we proposed to you here, to discover its nectars and its winegrowers.
In 1999, the Juridiction of Saint-Emilion, Bordeaux, France became the first vineyard to be included on the World Heritage List as a cultural landscape. With a thousand-year history, the village of Saint-Emilion and its surroundings are now internationally renowned and welcome more than one million visitors each year. The medieval city and its golden stones, the many family properties that make up the “hill of a thousand castles”, the vineyards spread over hills, valleys and underground quarries… thanks to its perpetual relationship with nature and man has shaped these exceptional landscapes from generation to generation, always in accordance with the exceptional values recognised by UNESCO.
OACC (Oriental Art & Cultural Center) is presenting you an Art Week in Jan 2018– Eternal Love. This event will take place in OACC Hall 1 from 23 Jan – 28 Jan, leading by Malaysian renowned artist Yap Hoong Ngee who will showcase his oil paintings with the theme of roses, together with three female local […]