Escape groundhog day with a fitness-focused trip that will have you returning home healthier and happier than ever. Here’s our pick of the 10 best fitness retreats:
Ask Aussies where Japan’s best snow spots are and you’ll probably hear the names ‘Niseko’ and ‘Hakuba’ as top picks, but dig beneath the surface and the nation has a mountain of resorts at your ready. Tomamu by Hoshino Resorts is a powder lovers’ retreat also geared at families, boasting some of Hokkaido’s most pristine snow.
The NSW government has unveiled plan for a $15 million 200-hectare western Sydney ‘super park’ which it says will compare to the likes of London’s Hyde Park and Central Park in New York City. In light of this, we have rounded up some of the best parks in the world.
Our cousins across the pond may have invented the English language, but over the past 240 years or so, Americans have made some…shall we say…“improvements.”
There’s an ongoing battle about which country has the worst tourists. Some people point their fingers at the Chinese, others swear it’s the Russians, and many have labelled American tourists as the worst in the world. After scouring the Internet for stories of tourists behaving badly, we came to a very important conclusion: All tourists are the worst!
A lot of people watch reality TV to get their daily dose of drama, but these days, all you have to do is book a flight if you want to see a throw-down.
If you live in these cities, you might want to make sure that your car is very comfortable and has a suitable cupholder so you can stay hydrated.
It's been more than 15 years since the British handed Hong Kong over to Chinese rule but it remains a melting-pot of cultures, food and inspiration. Here are 10 reasons we think it is worth a visit.
The last 12 months have seen some big aviation tragedies including the very recent Germanwings flight so it is understandable that many people would be on edge and questioning the safety of flying.
From small farms in the Maldives to fishing villages in Malaysia, Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts recognises the farmers, fisherman and ranchers that make dining at Shangri-La not only delicious but also sustainable with their culinary sustainability initiative, Rooted in Nature.