Veteran front desk agent Jacob Tomsky reveals some of the best-kept secrets of the hotel industry.
Travel Insider Using a smartphone or tablet overseas can result in a horrendous bill, but you don't have to turn it off. Here are some tips for managing your usage.
Airlines are increasingly offering lie-flat seats at the pointy end, but they don't come cheap.
Oliver Smith For most of us, there's only one way we'll ever fly at the front of the plane: get a free upgrade.
Travel Insider To get the best travel deals, it's time to sharpen up your haggling skills.
John Walton When things do go wrong with an airline, it's often difficult to get your problems resolved. Here are some tips on how to make sure it happens.
With a daughter at the end of her own gap year and a shared credit card nearing meltdown, Michael "Tripologist" Gebicki passes on to graduates a few lessons from foreign roads.
Michael Gebicki What is the best data SIM card for my iPad while I'm travelling overseas?
Travel Insider If you're travelling with toddlers or temperamental teenagers, it's all about choosing the right sort of trip.
Thailand's monsoon season signals the arrival of affordable luxury-hotel packages, writes Leisa Tyler.
Travel Insider There's more than one way to keep an in-transit family happy, as this year's finalists for the family-friendly airline award demonstrate.
Nick Galvin No request is too frivolous or challenging as hotels redouble efforts to please guests, writes Nick Galvin.
Tripologist I need to have reliable, low-cost internet but want to travel without a laptop.
Travel Insider Could the surge in volunteer tourism be doing more harm than good?
Flying with a toddler? Fasten your seatbelt, advises Dugald Jellie. There's a white-knuckle ride ahead.
From Hobart to Ho Chi Minh City, Ben Groundwater picks the new year's best affordable breaks.
Ute Junker Looking to splash some cash? Ute Junker takes a global view of what you can expect if you're willing to fork out for a luxury stay.
Tripologist My partner and I plan to backpack through Britain and Europe for six months.
Travelling overseas with children suffering food allergies ain't easy but can be done with some forward planning, write Matt and Eli Martel.
Ever dream about running off to live in an island paradise? Megan Flamer explains how she did just that.