Alex Hannagan finds Singapore is so much more than just a stopover.
Hearing a lot about Auckland’s transport woes, Dunedin writer Neville Peat tried being a tourist there without a car.
Three hours north of Romania’s capital Bucharest, Transylvania’s pulling power draws equally from mythology as much as reality, writes Mike Yardley.
The Canadian government is considering tax changes for short-term rentals to make services like Airbnb less lucrative in an effort to increase the supply of homes.
Plunge into one of Australia’s most endearing wildlife encounters, swimming beside the largest fish on the planet.
Go nose to nose with a 5m crocodile, from the safety of a perspex tube, at a wildlife centre featuring some of the largest saltwater (or estuarine) crocodiles found outside natural...
If you think it is difficult getting from the South Island to the North Island by train, think again, writes Paul Gorman.
If your idea of a dream European destination is charmingly quaint, cute and cobbled, Rotterdam is probably not for you, writes Mike Yardley.
The Southern Lakes and Central Otago are among the world's best value places to visit, according to travel guide Lonely Planet.
Its magnificent capital is justly famous but there are other lovely places to visit that are only a train ride away from Prague, Annabelle Thorpe says.
Croatia’s miles of isles are easy hops from Split by ferry - and next year those ferries are going electric. Eva Wiseman explores the country’s little pockets of paradise.
If you’re planning an Australian trip with your family, add these top family-friendly experiences to your travel list this year, writes Sara Bunny.
From the fluttering saffron robes of monks to the gleaming spires of the Royal Palace, Phnom Penh struts its Buddhist stripes with pride, unlike its painful past with the Khmer Rouge, writes Mike Yardley.
Award-winning Bali-based, Australian writer Penny Watson has travelled the world writing about her experiences. In her latest book, Wilderness, she has sought out some of the most ...
Home to 138 vineyards and many cultural landmarks, Sussex, in the United Kingdom, is now promoted to tourists who may be fond of southern France, Vanessa Thorpe finds.
Cabo, Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, whatever you wish to call it, Cabo is my dream ideal, daily office.
Dutch writer and adventurer Tim Voors shares his story of walking New Zealand's Te Araroa Trail in his memoir Not Alone. He shares an extract of his journey along 1193km in the North...
Two Kiwi travellers are seeking compensation after being sat, cheek by jowl, for a 13 hour flight next to a flatulent dog.