Repeat Traveller

Salt grill a recipe for success

For many cruise fans, cruising is about discovering new places, meeting new people, and wishing the crew would let you replicate that scene from Titanic at the bow of the ship… but for everyone else, it’s...

Repeat Perth: Returning to Find a City Reborn

Born and raised in Perth until I was 12 years old, the Western Australian city continues to hold a special place in my heart. Though I’ve returned pretty much every year since then, my visit at the beginning...

How to be an animal friendly traveller

Lions and tigers and bears – oh my! World Wildlife Day is back once again to remind us of the incredible creatures which share this planet with us, shining a light not only on the biodiversity that exists but...

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...

Disneyland: Still the happiest place on Earth

I’m a Disney fan. I’ll admit it. Yet it was with a little apprehension that I travelled to Disneyland Park a couple of years ago. Sounds a bit stupid, nervous about visiting a theme park, but there...

Best cities for solo travellers

Picking the ‘best’ of anything is a very subjective task – one person’s favourite city or destination can be another’s worst nightmare. So when it comes to creating a list of ‘the best of the best’, it...

Visitors taking a selfie in Higashiyama, Kyoto

How to travel like a local

Moving abroad is an exciting (though daunting) opportunity to experience a new city, country or culture. But, how do you know if you’re actually going to like your new home? According to new research by Booking...

How to visit Jewel Changi Airport

Get your passports ready, folks. The world’s best airport – as named by Skytrax six years in a row – has just got even better with the opening of the brand-new ‘Jewel’ at Changi Airport in...

How to be an animal friendly traveller

Lions and tigers and bears – oh my! World Wildlife Day is back once again to remind us of the incredible creatures which share this planet with us, shining a light not only on the biodiversity that exists but also...

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