One thing we thoroughly recommend doing whenever you visit a destination is check out its museums. This year, a collection of incredible museums are set to open, focusing on the three Fs: fashion, food and the future. Culture buffs, art-lovers and couples just looking for a fun day out, add these fascinating spots to your itinerary for a truly memorable experience.
Kyoto’s unique blend of fascinating culture and natural beauty makes it a lover's paradise. Crammed with thousands of years of history, spread across babbling streams and gushing rivers, and encircled by towering mountains, Kyoto is almost too charming to be real. Almost.
With a rich history that spans centuries, Macau is home to an intoxicating mix of Portuguese colonial heritage and Chinese culture. The food here echoes influences from India, Africa and Southeast Asia, incorporating spices that made their journey on the Portuguese trade routes across the world.
Since 1999, when the Portuguese handed Macao back to China, the country has grown into an exciting, world-class entertainment and dining hub, juxtaposed against centuries-old colonial architecture and local eateries that have been serving the same food for more than half a century. Take a tour of these don’t-miss dining spots.
What's your poison? A pint of craft beer at a street-side bar? A glass of sparkling on a sleek rooftop joint? What about a cheeky bit of sloe gin in a garden establishment? Whatever your tastes, we've done the (very hard) job of bar-hopping through Vienna and found six must-visit spots.
If ever a city felt as though it’s on the brink of massive transformation, it has to be Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). Cranes dot the skyline and the construction of luxury apartments and shopping malls consumes
Alongside all this change sits the old-world charm for which Saigon, as it’s still called by many, is famous. It makes for an intoxicating blend and a great city break. Here’s how to make the most of 48 hours.
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