We’ve all heard of the same beautiful beach escapes in Thailand like Koh Samui, Phuket, and Koh Phi Phi. But, let’s face it: these spots are becoming overrun and overdeveloped. Tourist traps, if you will. We’ve mined the rest of Thailand to bring you an updated list of the country’s best beaches minus the oppressive crowds so familiar in many spots. It may mean an extra boat ride or a short hike, but with a little research and dedication, you’ll be on your own deserted shoreline in no-time.
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Known as one of the foodie capitals of the world, Singapore’s dining scene offers an almost seamless juxtaposition of local street eats served by hole-in-the-wall vendors in the shadows of towering skyscrapers where you’ll find some of the world’s top fine dining restaurants.
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If Sin City is calling your name then check out our guide of where to eat, sleep and party to make sure you have an equal parts luxurious and debaucherous stay in Las Vegas.
While many holidaymakers have been to the iconic New York destinations like Time Square, Central Park, Empire State Building and Yankee Stadium, there are some hidden gems you’re unlikely to find in a guide book.
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If you’ve already admired the limestone cliffs of Uluwatu, partied in Seminyak and relaxed amid the rice paddies in Ubud, you might be wondering where to go next. Luckily Bali has so much more to offer, and there is always a new unspoilt corner to explore. Here’s our list of Bali’s undiscovered gems, so you can start planning your luxe tropical escape away from the tourist crowds.
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Previously referred to as ‘North Kuta,’ Canggu (pronounced CHanGOO) has won its battle to be referred to by name, and now firmly holds its own with some of the best coffee shops, spas and sweet sunset Bintang spots in Bali.
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Tasmania is fast becoming the place to be in Australia with their arty festivals, cool-climate wines, boutique hotels and world-class restaurants that serve up the finest local produce without the hefty price tag. It’s a place where you can be in an underground museum one day and sipping wine in the middle of the countryside the next, and with our guide to the top things to do in Tasmania you’ll be sure to discover why we’ve declared Australia’s southernmost state as the new ‘Capital of Cool’.
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Quintessentially Australian, the capital city of Western Australia is just the perfect location for a city escape: with wonderful weather, beautiful beaches and pristine parks to explore, we are sure your days in this incredible city will be filled with activities.
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The island of Koh Samui on the east coast of Thailand is a haven for honeymooners, families and groups of friends. And with its coral blue waters, white-sand beaches, lush tropical greenery and an array of upscale hotels to choose from, it’s no wonder sunseekers flock here.
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With good vibes, great nightlife and even better food, everyone should experience a city break in Brisbane. Luxury Escapes writer Anna Tabrah spent 24 hours in Brisbane in order to bring you the ultimate guide to the Queensland city.
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It’s the stuff Instagram dreams are made of: a decadent breakfast served on a floating tray in your private pool. Ready to join the Insta elite with your own floating breakfast snap? We’ve rounded up the world’s best, so all you need to do is pick the right filter.
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Looking for paradise? New Caledonia may just be the South Pacific’s best-kept secret. In just a few short hours you can be surrounded by French speakers, elegant cuisine, Parisian boutiques and culture all infused with Pacific charms and tropical beauty.
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With over sixty per cent of Malaysia occupied by lush rainforest, Langkawi Island offers an array of experiences for the adventure-addicts and nature-nurturers in us all.
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If you’re looking for somewhere to keep your kids clothed, fed and entertained while on your holiday then check out our pick of the top places to shop on the Gold Coast.
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How did somewhere so cool become one of the hottest destinations in the world to visit?
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Take a look at our pick of the top things to do in Scotland including where to eat, drink, stay and play so that you make the most of your time in this amazing country.
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From fragrant curries to spicy mie goreng and sticky chilli pork, the melting pot of Indian, Malay, Chinese and international influences has created a true foodies’ paradise.
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The hardest part of travelling with family is keeping the kids – and parents – entertained. Luckily, LEGOLAND® Malaysia has just made your travel plans much easier, with the launch of SEA LIFE Malaysia, the first interactive LEGO®-themed aquarium in the country.
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If you’re mad for MasterChef, you need to book tickets to Dubai, where the world’s first official MasterChef-themed restaurant is bringing the popular TV show to life.
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From a drinking hole hidden behind a Muhammad Ali poster to a famous curry laksa, a bar on a helipad and a must-visit street food market, Kuala Lumpur is a melting pot of unique dining and drinking experiences.
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