From a Kiwi perspective, it’s still an under-the-radar destination. Sarawak’s gateway city of Kuching is a quick hop from Singapore or Kuala Lumpur, loaded with heritage, culture and culinary...
Pam Jones takes a trip through the Teviot Valley and down memory lane as she shares in a milestone birthday that reminds her of a simpler time.
Dennis and Rosamund Knill head across the ditch to visit Adelaide, one of Australia’s most acclaimed food and wine regions.
Wandering the streets of Getsemani is like wandering inside a giant paintbox where some colours are well-used, others untouched, writes Eleanor Hughes.
Pam Jones seeks out Los Angeles' adventurous side as she enjoys six of the best art and culture experiences in downtown LA.
As some of the world’s top sporting and diplomatic events are to be held in Japan this year, Carol Ann Davidson takes a look at what the country has to offer visitors.
Robin McKie takes a trip on the West Highland line as it marks its 125th anniversary. While tourists flock to the Harry Potter locations on the way, what future do locals see for the service.
Pam Jones is struck by the uncomfortable reality of race relations in the United States when viewing artworks and street activity in the cityscape of California.
The prospect of searing heatwaves driving holidaymakers to cool mountains and children asking grandparents about their memories of snow is focusing minds in Alpine ski resorts in Europe.
On a recent trip to Guatemala with her small child, Cindy Carcamo found her parents' concerns gave way to fun.
Ice cream is pretty great. So is a luxurious Queenstown getaway. Combine the two, and you’ve got a recipe for success. Daisy Hudson checks out NZ's first ice cream-themed hotel room.
Dunedin writer Neville Peat went to the Society Islands in this sestercentennial James Cook year to visit Tahiti and Ra’iatea, formerly known as Havai’i.
Iceland has many things in common with New Zealand, which is amazing, considering in many aspects Iceland is New Zealand’s opposite, finds Roy Sinclair.
Iceland, shaped by the unpredictable violence of volcanoes, glaciers and earthquakes, is the result of 64 million years of continual transformation and rebirth,writes Roy Sinclair.
Tahiti was James Cook’s Polynesian gateway to Aotearoa New Zealand 250 years ago. Dunedin writer Neville Peat went to the Society Islands in this sestercentennial Cook year.
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