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3 Ways Canada Could Change Your Life in 2017

3 Ways Canada Could Change Your Life in 2017

With a sun that shines around the clock in its northern territories, highways that wind endlessly through iconic mountain ranges, mind-blowing wildlife, the world’s best seafood, and a European history so entrenched that the street signs are displayed in both French and English, it’s no surprise Canada is the ultimate bucket-list destination. What you may […]

Colonial Era Charm and French Joie De Vivre in Laos

Colonial Era Charm and French Joie De Vivre in Laos

Ringed by mountains and idyllically set 700 metres above sea level, the historic royal capital of Luang Prabang with its glistening temples and heritage French provincial architecture is accentuated by ancient green trees with scarlet flowers, saffron-clad monks, and pearly-white perfumed frangipanis whose fragrance mingles with that of fresh-brewed coffee and exotic spices. Here, at […]

Celebrate The Festive Season In Singapore

Celebrate The Festive Season In Singapore

Singapore is celebrated for its diverse yet harmonious melting pot of cultures, including people of Chinese, Eurasian, Indian, Malay and Peranakan backgrounds. No matter what their cultural background, Singaporeans pay respect and homage to each other’s religious days of significance with Buddhist, Islamic, Hindu and Christian holidays included within national public holidays. Christmas takes its […]

Sydney Transformed by its Urban Green Spaces

Sydney Transformed by its Urban Green Spaces

Sydney’s newest developments are transforming the already picturesque city into one of the world’s best public park and green space urban centres. While the city is home to an astounding 188 hectares of parklands*, new parklands and green spaces are continuing to boost the city’s green footprint. Destination NSW CEO Sandra Chipchase said “Sydney is […]

Korean Ski Season Opens Early!

Korean Ski Season Opens Early!

Ski resorts in Gangwon province, Korea have opened twenty days earlier than usual this year allowing skiers the opportunity to enjoy a longer ski season. Yongpyong Ski Resort and Phoenix Park Ski resort, both venues for the coming 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games were the first ski resorts to open early for the winter season. […]

Introducing QT Melbourne

Introducing QT Melbourne

Introducing Melbourne’s newest muse, primly positioned in the heart of the city’s luxury fashion precinct known as the ‘Paris end,’ QT Melbourne cuts a striking figure against the city skyline. The landmark building designed by acclaimed Architect, Angelo Candalepas, features a classic geometric inspired façade which harmonises with the streetscape, and sets the tone for […]

Korea Gears Up for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games

Korea Gears Up for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games

The upcoming 2016/17 winter season in Korea will be a great time for visitors to enjoy a preview of venues and events at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games.  For Australians who enjoy skiing and snowboarding there is a great opportunity to ski and snowboard Korea whilst enjoying winter in Korea before the rest of […]

2017: The Year of Oman

2017: The Year of Oman

Its’ official: next year is going to be one of the country’s biggest. Lonely Planet has released its Best in Travel 2017 list and Oman has made the grade, named one of the Top 10 countries to visit in the coming 12 months. Why? Oman is the jewel in the crown of the Arabian Peninsula; […]

Fall Foliage in Idaho

Fall Foliage in Idaho

Autumn is a special time of year in Idaho. As the cool weather settles in, the display of Idaho’s trees, native vegetation, wildflowers, rushing rivers and mountains create an amazing backdrop. The fall foliage generally starts making an appearance in early October in northern, central and eastern Idaho and by mid-October the colours are developing […]

Canberra: A History of the World in 100 Objects

Canberra: A History of the World in 100 Objects

A rare 2000 year old bronze sculptural head of the Roman emperor Augustus is one of the remarkable treasures in the British Museum’s A History of the World in 100 Objects exhibition, which is on at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra until 29 January, 2017. In its only Australian east coast venue before […]