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Top 5 luxury shopping destinations in London

Top 5 luxury shopping destinations in London

London is home to some of the most wealthy individuals in the world, making it the perfect place to find high-end and alternative shopping destinations. Whether your interested in world famous fashion brands or one of a kind home decor items, London will have something to meet your wishes. 1. Selfridges Oxford Street Selfridges Oxford […]

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Top 5 wildlife experiences in Australia

Australia is a naturalist’s dream destination. Geologically isolated from the rest of the world, several  species were able to flourish here in ways they were unable to in other countries, including marsupials like the possum, the koala and the wallaby. Sea life is also rich, especially on the outlying reefs of the Great Barrier Reef, […]

3 luxury highlights of central Vietnam

3 luxury highlights of central Vietnam

Hanoi and Ho Chi Min City are the obvious portals for a visit to Vietnam. However, thanks to the international airport in Da Nang, discerning visitors are able to explore the central areas with ease – and in style too. Down-town Da Nang A visit to the city is not essential unless you want to […]

Top 5 luxury pool perks around the world

Top 5 luxury pool perks around the world

One of the most requested hotel amenities is a gorgeous pool, but sophisticated travelers are no longer content splashing around in just any old swimming pool. The following five luxury hotels are gilding the lily with these additional perks. 1. Beauty tech No more sunburn worries while enjoying W Retreat & Spa – Vieques Island […]

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Luxury safaris – ahead of the rest

A recent Twitter chat discussed ‘What today’s travellers want from 5 star resorts’. Initially I thought safaris would be found wanting. Camps and lodges are in the middle of nowhere; logistics are difficult, and African bureaucracy is renowned for making things harder than they need to be. However I was pleasantly surprised. The things we […]

6 glorious things to do on Lake Malawi

6 glorious things to do on Lake Malawi

Nearly the size of Belgium, Lake Malawi is the third-largest lake on the African continent and the ninth-largest in the world. For your next relaxing escape, here are the do not miss activities in which to partake during your stay in this unique and truly African freshwater paradise. Soak in the Malawian warmth Malawi is […]

Besotted in Bruges: 7 ways you'll fall in love with this bustling Belgian beauty!

Besotted in Bruges: 7 ways you’ll fall in love with this bustling Belgian beauty!

Stepping into the main market square of central Bruges is like stepping onto a movie set. Colourful, historic architecture is the perfect backdrop to the bustling cafes, beer houses and restaurants that line the streets – it’s no wonder the whole city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site. In summertime, the sun blazes down […]

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5 lesser known SE Asia alternatives to Halong Bay

With towering limestone karsts rising from the sea, Halong Bay is undoubtedly one of the most visually striking destinations in Vietnam, if not the whole of Southeast Asia. However, with this reputation comes an influx of visitors looking to take in the incredible scenery. But, there are a number of alternative destinations in Southeast Asia […]

Top 5 private plunge pools in East Africa

Top 5 private plunge pools in East Africa

There is nothing better than heading back to camp for a quick dip in your private plunge pool after a long morning game drive. Plunge pools are hard to come by on safari in East Africa, but there are a select few properties that are home to arguably some of the best private plunge pools […]

4 amazing places in Thailand to change your life

4 amazing places in Thailand to change your life

Millions of tourists from around the world flock to Thailand each year for its gorgeous beaches, dazzling Buddhist temples and delicious spicy food. But an increasing number of visitors are returning home with a lot more than a collection of Instagram-worthy snaps and an enviable tan. For those looking to change their lives for the […]

6 reasons to visit Southern Cambodia

6 reasons to visit Southern Cambodia

Cambodia is a country that is fast developing in the world of popular tourism, which is due in the large part, to the amazing Angkor Wat and surrounding ancient temple ruins. But head south and you’ll see a different side to the Kingdom of Wonder, one where the hustle and bustle of the main tourist […]

4 luxury lodges in South Africa's Sabi Sabi Private Reserve

4 luxury lodges in South Africa’s Sabi Sabi Private Reserve

South Africa is renowned for its luxury safari experiences. It often plays host to royals and other celebrities from around the world, who come to experience unique wildlife encounters which few other countries can offer. In a private reserve, the exhilaration of the African bushveld experience is enhanced in the company of trained game rangers […]

5 of the best alternative travel ideas for Italy lovers

5 of the best alternative travel ideas for Italy lovers

You may have visited the Colosseum, taken a photo of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and joined the tourist trail at the Cinque Terre, but there’s so much more to see and do in Italy. From sleeping in a monastery to crowdfunding the future of Pompeii, these are our alternative travel ideas for true Italophiles. […]

Top 5 family activities in Los Cabos, Mexico

Top 5 family activities in Los Cabos, Mexico

Located at the tip of Mexico’s sunny Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos appeals to many different types of travelers – from groups of friends looking to party the night away to honeymooners in search of a romantic beach retreat. While Cabo was long synonymous with Spring Break, over the decades it has gained a deserved reputation […]

Did you miss another $700+ business class fare to Europe?

Did you miss another $700+ business class fare to Europe?

If you searched business class fares between Boston and Frankfurt with mainstream carriers on 9th May, most of the fares probably seemed very expensive. If you ran the same search a week later, it was still overpriced and may have seemed like nothing had changed. Whether you used Kayak, Orbitz or airline websites to search, […]

Photograph of the week: Tower Bridge, London

Photograph of the week: Tower Bridge, London

London’s Tower Bridge was built in the late nineteenth century and spans the River Thames, connecting Tower Hamlets to the north and Southwark to the south. Designed by Sir Horace Jones, the central span of the bridge can be raised and lowered to allow ships through. Today, you can visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition which […]

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