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June - August 2024

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    Editor's LetterThe concept of luxury in travel has changed. When was the last time you came back from a trip raving about thread counts or high-end amenities? More likely it was the food and drink, the local guides, the after-hours visit to that famous European mus
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    OnlineNo matter what type of traveller you are, the city of Nashville, Tennessee, is sure to delight. Dive deeper into its variety of neighbourhoods to find culinary hotspots, sublime stays and an arts scene that oozes with the essence of the South. The la
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    NomadThe Granville Suite is named in honour of Krystyna Skarbek, also known as Christine Granville, a Polish secret agent for Britain during the Second World War and rumoured to be Winston Churchill's favourite spy. It's one of many layers of history that
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    Wish You Were HereYou'll be in no doubt as to which city you're in when you check into Raffles London at The OWO. Tapping into the heritage brand's DNA, this five-star hotel opened in 2023 and is all about a sense of place. Holding a prime position in Whitehall, a sto
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    The LowdownAmangiri has leaned into the holistic and integrative wellness trend in celebration of its 15th anniversary. The resort, tucked away in the red-rock country of the Colorado Plateau, has introduced a range of experiences such as Yoga on the Rocks and
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    Beyond The OrdinaryEnjoying local treats on sun-soaked islands, visiting unforgettable ancient ruins and exploring iconic landmarks; making the decision to travel to Europe is easy. Finding the right travel company that delves behind the usual hotspots to deliver truly
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    Cruising with QFour pairs of parents have granted me the grave responsibility of becoming godfather to their beloved child. In my defence, I did protest that I was highly unqualified for any religious or moral guidance. Yet they persevered with this dubious decisio
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    Beyond The Tourist TrailThe enduring allure of Europe is one of life's least mysterious cases. Where else can travellers go when they want to experience a whirlwind of cultures and climates with nothing more than an hour-long plane or train ride? With so many attractions vy
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    Pillow TalkSit on your private balcony and prepare to be dazed by the contrast of cerulean seas against the whitewashed walls of this Agadir oasis. The Moroccan resort measures up to its namesake with views over the Atlantic coast, best enjoyed with a co*cktail
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    Fijian ConnectionThese remote Fijian islands are hard to reach, but reward travellers with untouched landscapes and a glimpse into everyday life still rooted in tradition. Captain Cook Cruises Fiji's team of marine and cultural experts help guests gain a deeper, more
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    The DishThere are more than just a few flashes of Asia's mad charms in London's East End with the arrival of UBA at the Hart Shoreditch. The eclectic menu at the decadent new dining spot reads more like a travel journal tracing chef Paul Greening's journeys
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    Travel Through the GlassIt's not every day you open a bottle of wine born in the same year as you (or earlier), which makes port the perfect wine for this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Hailing from Portugal's Douro Valley, port is made according to strict regulations. The
  • International Traveller2 min read

    An Exotic New CollectionFrom Japan to India, New Zealand to Alaska, Patagonia to Brazil: now is the time to stop dreaming and start planning for the new cruise season. Thanks to Oceania Cruises’ 2025-2026 Tropics and Exotics Collection, 135 culinary and destination-focused
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    Travel Light“Two skirts, two jerseys or leotards, one sweater, two pair shoes, stockings, bra, nightgown, robe, slippers, cigarettes, bourbon.” This was the packing list taped to the closet door of the late literary legend Joan Didion during her days working as
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    Mediterranean’s new Sun Princess®If you love travel, you'll love Princess Cruise's newest ship. Sun Princess. Debuting in 2024, it offers everything Princess guests love, but with so much more - including exclusive areas, incredible design and state-of-the-art technology onboard. Ca
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    Outside InThe Pan Pacific Orchard is located just off Orchard Road, Singapore's famous shopping district. panpacific.com Biophilia is a hypothesis positing that humans have an innate connection with nature. Biophilic design draws upon this principle; bringing
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    The Good lifeThe first thing you will notice on the terrace outside The Woolshed at Ayrburn are the groups of people laughing and clinking co*cktail glasses. There's music drifting across the manicured lawn as a couple dance and sway to Where WeBelong by Purple D
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    48 Hours In DunedinThere's way too much to do in Ōtepoti-Dunedin, on New Zealand's South Island, in two days – fresh produce, native wildlife and natural beauty abounds. But if that's all the time you've got, make sure it's memorable with this jam-packed itinerary. Mor
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    PostcardsThe concept of luxury has evolved. Travellers are increasingly placing value not on gold taps and thread count, but on the riches to be gained from transformative experiences that put them at the heart of culture-rich communities and spectacular sett
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    48 Hours In PALM SPRINGS9AM Wake up in your private bungalow at the AVALON HOTEL, a favourite hideaway for the brightest stars of Hollywood's Golden Age, from Joan Crawford to Errol Flynn. At a poolside table, welcome yourself to Palm Springs with a date shake, made from th
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    Golden Triangle, ThailandTraffic moves slow in the Thai jungle. I'm in a jeep trailing 62-year-old Puang Phet, unflustered as she slowly sways up a road carved into swathes of bamboo. I smile as she playfully knocks down errant branches with her muscular trunk. Here at the i
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    A Journey Like No OtherIf you ever speak to a traveller who has been on a Tauck cruise or tour, it instantly becomes clear that their experience was something else. Their eyes light up and they have no hesitation when recommending Tauck to others. It's a reputation that fa
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    Sense Of RenewalGrey gravel paths crunch underfoot as I follow their curves through a garden carpeted in moss. I walk past spongy mounds, stone walls and pagodas encrusted with green growth, huddled bushes and grand trees. Little wooden bridges with handrails of bam
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    Plated PassionLatin American cuisine is hot right now. In fact, nearly a quarter of the entries on last year's influential World's 50 Best Restaurants list hailed from the region (Central in Lima, Peru nabbed the No. 1 spot). Two Colombian restaurants also inched
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    Crafting MemoriesThe sky is turning to bronze as the sun dips beyond the roofline of the merchant houses along the edge of the canal. Here in Hội An, the ‘Venice of the East’ in Central Vietnam, there is a bit of a moment – almost a collective breath held for a split
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    Sweetness And LightMy fingers are stained tempranillo red from picking the blackberries that grow wild on Galicia's coast. The small inky fruits pulse with sweetness, rendered tender and delicious by the Spanish sun. The berries are a welcome snack in the absence of lu
  • International Traveller6 min read

    Happy Returns‘We have travelled a lot and we've never stayed at another resort like this. That's why we keep coming back.” Tanya and John, from NSW's Hunter Valley, are celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary with their fifth visit to Turtle Island. Moments be
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    Wild at HeartThe translucent water is the palest aquamarine, so clear you can see right through to the sand below, which is the colour of Champagne. A half-moon beach stretches before us, framed by violet hills fragrant with sage and juniper and thick with the se
  • International Traveller9 min read

    The New LuxuryWhen Torunn Tronsvang left Dubai to work in Bhutan in 2008, she knew a thing or two about luxury. She had wrapped up a role with Jumeirah, whose ultra-extravagant Burj Al Arab hotel - think gold-plated iPads, marble staircases and a revolving bed in
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    JourneysVumbura Plains in Botswana is the perfect launch pad from which to push the mokoro (canoe) out and'watch the water swell and recede. See a confetti of lily pads dust the sheeP-metal waters of the Okavango Delta. Identify wildlife lurking in the water
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    Rising AboveMy eyes are fixed on the rhythmic movement of a long tail swishing in front of me on the banks of a misty backwater of the Narayani River. My guide, Sam Mahato, from Tiger Tops Tharu Lodge in Nepal's Chitwan National Park, has told me to walk six fee
  • International Traveller6 min read

    Ebb And FlowThe Okavango Delta is ripe for the quenching. It scrolls beneath me like parchment, a mouth greedy for drink, a palm cupped for the flood. “You notice how dry it is?” says a guide I meet on the flight from Maun to Vumbura Plains. “Keep watching. You'
  • International Traveller7 min read

    A New LightWith Greece to its south, Montenegro to its north and Italy just across the pond, Albania is a culinary and cultural crossroads where Mediterranean freshness meets Balkan heartiness. Like nearby Italy, Spain and southern France, the country experienc
  • International Traveller10 min read

    Hidden DepthsThere should be a word for the feeling that hits when you step onto the tarmac of somewhere you've never been before. When the atmospheric conditions of somewhere new infiltrate all your senses at once. Here, now, the night air is swollen with humidi
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    PassportThe Sun is one of Edvard Munch's most famous works and the monumental masterpiece is on show as part of the Edvard Munch: Trembling Earth exhibition at the Munchmuseet in Oslo, Norway. Munch reportedly thought of nature as ‘the eternal great realm fr
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    Bill BensleyWHAT IS YOUR FIRST MEMORY OF TRAVELLING? I grew up in Southern California where Mum and Dad would take us camping to the local mountains almost every weekend. I loved that. WHERE ARE YOU GOING NEXT? My husband [horticulturalist Jirachai Renthong] and
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    Traversing ThailandThailand has been a favourite destination for Australian visitors for decades thanks to its idyllic beach lifestyle. However, go deeper and you'll find thousands of years of culture filtering through every visitor experience. An increasingly popular
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    South Congress, Austin, TexasYou know a district has worked its way into the hearts of locals when it is assigned a portmanteau nickname. And so it is with SoCo, or South Congress for long. A vibrant cultural hub in Austin, Texas, South Congress offers some of the US city's best
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    What's OnMunchmuseet, Oslo, Norway Munch's belief that humans inhabit the Earth with an equal status to nature is more relevant than ever. Comprising eight themed rooms, from ‘In the Forest’ to ‘Beneath the Sun’, the works in this exhibition give us a whole n
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    Creative DirectionFarah Zeb Khalid, also known as Farah X, says her dream as a director is to provide a platform for other women of colour to feel seen and heard. e Pakistani-American director is a former model who worked in Paris, London and Los Angeles before steppi
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