From fab to fake, it'll be in Hong Kong, says Rachael Oakes Ash.
Natasha Dragun went to Cambodia to explore the Angkor ruins but ended up lingering over food.
Anthony Dennis The Magazine restaurant in London's Kensington Gardens is an exercise in radical design.
Images from around the world by professional Instagrammer Lauren Bath.
US and Canada
The US and Canada have a pretty poor reputation among Australians when it comes to getting a decent cup of coffee. But, as Tim Richards explains, there are ways for travelling coffee-lovers to cope.
The Backpacker Some people prefer to conduct their sacred journey in a state of hardship, trekking countless miles. Me, I prefer a train trip and some ice-cream.
The Cruise Director
Sally Macmillan If you like the idea of using some time at sea for broadening your knowledge (rather than just your waistline), you can find an amazing variety of expert lecturers working on cruise ships across the...
Bruce Godden ticks off a major wildlife sighting on his second cruise.
Cruise ship attractions
Adventure on the high seas takes on new meaning next year, writes Louise Goldsbury.
New ships, itineraries and experiences make river cruising an unmissable holiday option, writes Brian Johnston.
The Cruise Director
Sally Macmillan While cruising with kids can be lots of fun when it’s with your own beloved offspring, you don’t necessarily want to be surrounded by hordes of other people’s over-excited under-18s when you’re...
Jane E. Fraser Veteran cruiser Peter Bentley is impressed by the cultural sights of St Petersburg.
Sheriden Rhodes Sheriden Rhodes mixes it up with chocolate.
Lynne Whiley Sydney's Liz Pope will spend the summer months at sea in Antarctica and South Georgia aboard the comfortable, ice-strengthened Polar Pioneer.
Maiden voyages are a highlight of Europe's summer season, writes Louise Goldsbury.
Sally Macmillan Wine-tasting is a key reason to travel by river, writes Sally Macmillan.
Nina Karnikowski My last trip to Italy in June was nothing like I've ever experienced before.
Prohibition created them - but they have not died. Barry Divola explores New York's secret bars.
Kids can have fun at sea, too, especially when adrift from their parents, writes Liam Oliver.
Short getaways sailing in local waters are increasingly popular, writes Louise Goldsbury.