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Whale Sharks arrive early to Ningaloo Reef
The 2019 Whale Shark touring season gets off to a flying start.
Arrivals & Departures: Visit Berlin on a budget... but with class
If you thought a business-class trip to Europe was out of your reach, then Scoot will have you reconsidering with its “Berlin on a Budget” sale.
Our World: The charming ferries of Hong Kong
The first thing I notice are the buckets. They’re the old-fashioned metal type, a little battered but painted vivid red, the name of the boat we’re aboard printed in English and Chinese characters on the side.
Majestic Cunard voyage an affair to remember
Glamming up for a taste of the luxe life on the Queen Mary 2.
Our World: Plenty to see in once-in-a-lifetime South American adventure
South America. The tranquillity of “where heaven and earth meet” at Machu Picchu, the raw never-ending might of Iguazu Falls, juxtaposed with the hustle of Rio de Janeiro, and the calm order of Buenos Aires make the region a once-in-a-lifetime journey.
By road or by rail? Options for getting around
Picking a mode of transport is an important choice so should you take the train or get around under your own steam?
Arrivals & Departures: Experience a sea change in Victoria
Warmer water is a perfect reason to enjoy Mother Nature.
Arrivals & Departures: Swiss stopover sweeteners for time-poor travellers
Swiss International Air Lines has teamed up with Switzerland Tourism and Switzerland Travel Centre to give travellers with limited time an opportunity to explore the country.
Arrivals & Departures: Dining tips: Thai food for thought
International visitors to Thailand spend about 20 per cent of their travel budget on food. So the country’s tourism authority has created a list of tips to make dining out safe and enjoyable.
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