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Six places worth getting lost in

I love an urban escape as much as the next man, but sometimes it’s nice to leave the big city behind and reconnect with the natural world. While places like Springbrook National Park and the rolling hills of...

Singapore’s best street food

Singaporeans don’t just eat to live, they live to eat. We discovered this on our first trip to the Lion City back in 2012. Since then we’ve been back a few times (mostly for the food), and never miss an...

Mackay: A forgotten gem

The term ‘best kept secret’ gets thrown around far too often these days, but in the case of Mackay – a coastal city located midway between Brisbane and Cairns – it’s quite fitting...

Common cruise fears debunked

Australians have taken to cruising like ducks to water, with more than a million of us opting for a holiday on the high seas each year. But, despite having the highest market penetration per capita, there are...

Singapore through the looking glass

What do you see when you view the world in a mirror? Aside from an obvious reversal, the new perspective reveals everyday objects in a new light. For me, it's the same when I visit a new city. Approach it...

Hotel Review: Sofitel St James London

Of all the hotels I've stayed at over the years, the Sofitel St James was really one of those pinch me moments. An icon in the heart of London, it was a link back to an age of hotel design where everything was...

The truth about Halong Bay

Thinking of a trip to Vietnam? Halong Bay is a name that’s going to come up a lot in your planning. A UNESCO World Heritage Listed Site known for its towering limestone islands, emerald waters, and myriad of traditional...

Six places worth getting lost in

I love an urban escape as much as the next man, but sometimes it’s nice to leave the big city behind and reconnect with the natural world. While places like Springbrook National Park and the rolling hills of the Byron...

Is this the best view on the Gold Coast?

The Q1 Tower is an icon on the Gold Coast, an Olympic-torch inspired sentinel of glass and steel rising 322.5 metres above the streets of Surfers Paradise. When it officially opened back in 2005, it briefly held the...

Google goes off-road on Gold Coast

From Lamington and Springbrook National Parks to South Stradbroke and Currumbin Sanctuary, the Gold Coast is renowned for its natural beauty. But up until now, you often had to be part mountain goat to enjoy some of its...