There are 195 sovereign nations in the world and in each of these there is so much to discover from urban to regional stays and a myriad of cultures throughout. We will bring you the best of each destination in our editorials.
First Class Magazine’s Nicole Lenoir-Jourdan sits down with 2MBS Fine Music Sydney’s Professor Michael Field to talk all things music and travel.
Mamma mia is a musical that sends you soaring back to childhood (or whatever age you were when you discovered the Swedish Supergroup) as each ABBA hit is belted out by one of the talented cast (albeit only 10 seconds of Fernando).
As Cambodia re-opens for global tourism, Shinta Mani Hotels have rebranded their boutique luxury properties in Siem Reap.
Kakadu is introducing its most luxurious, eco-sensitive accommodation with the launch of Yellow Water Villas in the heart of Kakadu National Park.
Perched above a secret cove and remote beach, Eliamos strikes the perfect balance between seclusion and easy access to and from the Greek island’s enchanting beaches, nature and towns.
There’s more to NZ than a good sauvignon blanc and a world-class rugby team. Oh and fab skiing. NZ is home to the Manuka tree which is known globally for its magic honey which has been celebrated for centuries.
Think steamy onsens, shopping in Ginza, matcha matcha matcha, shrines, and culinary offerings. Tokyo is a destination that really is like no other so for a lavish stay in this futuristic city, try one of our favourite hotels.
Morning light shows off the nature of Nikko from our balcony at the Ritz Carlton which looks directly across at the scenic Lake Chuzenji.
It’s a bold statement to say the world’s best breakfast is in Sydney yet as someone who has travelled the world for a living for more than twenty years; I’m qualified to make this statement.
Whilst the Maldives is famed for its crystal-clear waters and bright-white beaches, active guests find Kuda Villingili (www.kudavillingili.com) in the North Male Atol is one of the best located in the Maldives for beginner and seasoned surfers alike.
Coral Expeditions, Australia’s pioneering cruise line, has today announced the launch of four new 18-night extended voyages to Raja Ampat and Spice Islands of West Papua in early 2025. The release coincides with the current expeditions in March and April on Coral Adventurer which are both sold out due to popular demand. These voyages are the first back to the region since 2020.
COMO Maldives is launching new 2023 COMO Journeys, a collection of one-off retreats and events, enabling guests to learn a new skill or deepen an existing practice under the watchful eye of leading professionals and experts in their field