South Asia : Article
Anthony Dennis In a nation synonymous with tea, coffee is making a comeback, writes Anthony Dennis.
Belinda Jackson Elegant villas dot Sri Lanka's jungle and coast, writes Belinda Jackson.
Julietta Jameson Club Med's new property in that honeymooner heaven, the Maldives, flags a new direction.
Michael Gebicki In the far reaches of the Thar desert, the Serai bridges the gap between camping and comfort with a stylish leap.
Michael Gebicki A raconteur chauffeur is the best companion to have on the road, writes Michael Gebicki.
Peter Cochrane The surrounds of Kolkata's Hooghly River contain all of the follies of the British raj, writes Peter Cochrane.
Richard Tulloch 'Traditionally, guests drink opium from their host's hand," our tour guide warns us.
Sally Macmillan The spotlight is now turning to India as an up-and-coming river cruise destination.
Nina Karnikowski Escape the mayhem of Mumbai by heading for the hills, writes Nina Karnikowski.
The Backpacker Sometimes, destinations can’t match the hype. These are some of the places that just didn’t do it for me.
David Whitley Is it ever OK to drink urine? That depends on what part of the world you're in. Here are six behaviours that are taboo in Australia, but fine in these cultures.
Edited by Sarah Maguire From retro caravans to saving the rhinos, here's what we love about travel right now.
Kerry van der Jagt Small bursts of joy and matchbox houses delight Kerry van der Jagt in southern India.
Anthony Dennis Colombo is charming new generations of Asian travellers, writes Anthony Dennis.
Anthony Dennis India's classic retro wheels, the Ambassador, may have sadly run out of juice with its manufacturer announcing recently it had halted production of the beloved though anachronistic car.
The Backpacker There are some destinations where you can’t fail to take good photos.
Lee Tulloch There are no other stores quite like these 25 amazing shops, writes Lee Tulloch, globe-trotting shopper extraordinaire.
Nina Karnikowski There's a goat eating my necklace. Well, not my necklace exactly, but a fabulous antique.
Julietta Jameson Adventure World might have the answer to stress-free, yet independent travel.
As one of Australia's most successful spa entrepreneurs, Lyndall Mitchell travels to health retreats constantly. On her last trip she visited 60 spas in 15 countries.