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Celebrity Solstice in Sydney Harbour. Source: Celebrity Cruises

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 still a...

Handy Phrases When Travelling With Allergies

Whether it’s an intolerance to gluten, dairy, soy, shellfish or peanuts, travellers who have specific dietary requirements are seriously up against it when they travel. How do you tell the chef or waiter that you may...

Eight Incredible Australian Holiday Rentals

We’re always on the lookout for new and interesting places to go on holiday – cookie cutter hotels where every room, every lobby, and every restaurant are the same do not cut it. Stayz, Australia’s leading holiday...

The Amazing Scooters of Hanoi

Last year we decided to do things a little different for our New Year celebration. Rather than spend it with friends back home in Australia like we usually do, we thought we’d experience a taste of how the rest of...

10 Essential Travel Phrases in 10 Languages

Of the roughly 7.5 billion people on the planet, only 360 million or so of them speak English as a first language (well, according to Wikipedia at least). That leaves an awful lot of people who may or may not be able to...

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, each of them...

Image: Danny Santos

Where to Find 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 several times and never miss an opportunity to try follow the...