Seminyak's shopping is a treasure trove of fabulousness, as Belinda Jackson discovers.
The Backpacker A souvenir shop is not the place to buy your souvenirs.
Shop and eat like a local at one of Paris' 82 fresh-food markets, writes Lucy Callaghan.
Rob McFarland The SkyMall catalogue will forever banish the boredom of US domestic flights and give a glimpse of a better you.
Travel Insider There are so many websites for travel information and bookings, it can be hard to know where to start. Here are some of the sites to use in 2013.
Knowing when to buy is critical if you don't want your duty-free alcohol confiscated when boarding, writes Michael Gebicki.
Plastic loaded and flats on feet? Experts tell Belinda Jackson where the bargains are in Asia.
The Backpacker Remember the days of buying up dozens of pirate DVDs on Khao San Road? These days, why bother?
Ute Junker Ute Junker is seduced on a whirlwind tour of the best Parisian parfumeries.
Forget the pioneering days of the rush - instead dig the nostalgia of Ballarat's new vintage scene, writes Belinda Jackson.
Shopping in Tokyo is not just retail therapy, it's a feast for the senses through displays of cutting-edge art and design, writes Misha Janette.
Richard Tulloch Nearly all of us in the Western world have way too much stuff. And that certainly includes Parisians.
Saska Graville, born and bred Londoner and now guidebook author, picks a selection of her favourite spots to eat and shop, in time for the Olympics.
Julie Street strolls the historic arcades of Paris where marble, brass and glass house boutiques and ateliers.
Whether vintage, handmade or CBD smart, all tastes are covered, writes Julietta Jameson.
Leisa Tyler visits the boutiques, galleries and eateries bringing bohemian flair to a quiet Delhi neighbourhood.
Belinda Jackson finds fashion and jewellery, heels and perfume, in the city's thriving design precincts.
Fashionistas heading to the outlet malls with their strong Aussie dollars are getting great value for money right now, writes Rachael Oakes-Ash.
Julie Street sources exclusive fragrances created in the city's boutique perfumeries.
Collecting obsessions are wont to follow a person around the globe. Michael Visontay spills on his own addiction to statues from north-west Africa.