Amy Fabris-Shi

Amy is Founding Partner of Scribes of the Orient, and a gallivanting reporter for travel and lifestyle glossies.

Amy Fabris-Shi

Specialising in design, travel, wellbeing, theatre and dining throughout Asia, Amy has written for New York Times - T Magazine, Food & Wine, Departures, Prestige, Centurion, Platinum, Forbes Traveler, DestinAsian, Gulf Life, The Australian and The National UAE, among many others. She is also Editorial Director of Silk Guides, Mind & Body Editor for Time Out Shanghai and China Correspondent for TTG Asia. In 2007 she co-founded Scribes of the Orient, a China-based editorial consultancy and media services company.

Articles published by Amy Fabris-Shi

Under the Skin at Alila Manggis

Like its namesake fruit, the mangosteen, Manggis on the east coast of Bali isn’t quite as accessible as better-known Bali destinations. However, it rewards you with a memorable taste of the ‘Island of the Gods’ that is well worth the extra effort. About a two-and-a-half hour drive from the airport delivers you to the unspoiled […]

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