Repeat Traveller

A guide to Singapore’s best neighbourhoods

Singapore is a kaleidoscope of history, culture and tradition – a place with a foot in the past and a hand reaching for the future. Once a humble sea town, it’s now home to more than 5.6 million residents...

On a food safari in Okinawa

Being a frequent diner at my local Japanese restaurant, I thought I had a fairly good grasp on Japanese cuisine. It wasn’t until I had the opportunity to travel to Okinawa, Japan’s southernmost prefecture...

Diving at Fish Rock Cave

South West Rocks is one of hundreds of small villages that dot the Australian coastline. You know the ones. They all have that laidback vibe with Norfolk Pine-lined streets and a pub directly in front of the...

Five reasons to take a cruise

Australians have taken to cruising like ducks to water. They're cheap, convenient, and usually deliver just the right amount of adventure. If you’re still on the fence about climbing aboard the...

Sweet Dream(liner)s are made like this

Ever wondered how Boeing manufactures their colossal 787-9 Dreamliner? Me too. To finally put an end to that wonder, the team at British Airways has released a video to shed a little light on the subject.

Hotel Review: Hilton Surfers Paradise Residences

Surfers Paradise is a destination I've always had mixed feelings about. On one hand it's a soulless place where steel and glass dominate the landscape, and on the other a beachside haven that somehow fills my...