Christina Pfeiffer adds privacy and a little more luxury to the traditional Turkish bath.
Carol West visits a Thai resort that has been instrumental in a community's post-tsunami recovery.
Phuket's postcard-perfect beaches once welcomed masses of backpackers, but the island is rapidly turning into an upmarket holiday spot by becoming Asia's premier sailing destination.
Steve McKenna discovers patience is a virtue on Koh Samui.
Carol West takes a trip to a laid-back Thai island offering relaxation in stunning surrounds.
Dea Birkett Even the rainy season fails to dampen the spirits of Dea Birkett and family as they travel around one of Asia's busiest countries.
Megan Neil So where exactly are these postcard-perfect gems in Thailand? Phuket, right? Or Ko Samui? Try Krabi.
James Shrimpton Post-tsunami Thailand is doing its best to attract travellers writes James Shrimpton.
Harriet Upjohn The painful truth behind pearls is not the only surprise in paradise, Harriet Upjohn writes.
Les Dunn On Spain's favourite holiday island, Les Dunn discovers an influx of Scandinavian minimalism.
Winsor Dobbin Those in the know can escape the bustle of busy Bangkok, Winsor Dobbin writes.
Cate Kennedy visits a surreal sanctuary in the heart of the Mexican jungle.
Greg Lenthen It's worth lingering in Old San Juan for its quaint streets, Caribbean cuisine and bright nightlife, writes Greg Lenthen.
Michael Gordon After covering a heated APEC leaders meeting in Santiago, The Age's national editor Michael Gordon cools off in Chile's surfers' paradise.
Eight years after roughing it on a budget trek to Thailand, Jessica Halloran returns. But this time it's luxury all the way.
Elephants amuse the kids, martinis amuse the adults and Sonia Harford has the perfect family holiday.
Australian families are heading to Bali in droves - and not just for the beaches, writes John Borthwick.
Loan sharks, prostitutes, money launderers and mobsters - they're traditionally as much a part of casinos as the punters themselves.
Sharon Mascall Sharon Mascall tries Raffles Hotel in Singapore for what has become the most English of meals.
We've all heard the horror stories - yet increasing numbers of Australian travellers are visiting Papua New Guinea, writes Peter Needham.