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Golden Pagoda, Myanmar (Burma)

Travel Hotspots: The Next Big Thing

Ben Lerwill puts the spotlight on destinations set to be on the tourist radar in the year ahead [READ]

Table Mountain Aerial Cableway.

5 Minute Guide: Cape Town

One look at this coastal city and you’ll understand why South Africa’s oldest city is so well-loved, says Jeannine Williamson[READ]

Nanjing Road, Shanghai.

City Break: Shanghai

Shanghai is unmistakably a Chinese city but this teeming metropolis is also the country’s most international conurbation[READ]

Whalers Bay, Antarctica.

Taking the Plunge: Swimming in Antarctica

Whether foolish or fearless, Emily Payne is determined to swim the icy waters of the Antarctic[READ]

South India

Dispatch: South India

India newcomers may be lured by the country’s iconic northern attractions, but its southern charms are gaining in popularity, says Ben Lerwill[READ]

Praying at Bongeunsa, Seoul

Korea: Gangnam Style

Julia Buckley seeks sanctuary from Seoul’s hectic pace in Gangnam’s green and historic spaces[READ]

Burj Khalifa, from downtown Dubai.

Gulf Greats

From stunning sky-high buildings to exploring epic desert dunes, Ben Lerwill offers a rundown of the Arabian Gulf’s top experiences[READ]

Bridge in the Rainforest, Costa Rica.

Central America: Center Stage

Central America might be relatively small but its tapestry of cultures, landscapes and experiences make it big in appeal, says Paul Oswell[READ]

Hammock on a beach

Indian Ocean: Drops in the Ocean

Synonymous with idyllic beaches, barefoot luxury and romance, the Indian Ocean’s top-end resorts are broadening their appeal, says Sam Lewis[READ]

The Ghan.

The Ghan

The Ghan is one of Australia’s top rail journeys, stretching from the south coast to the north. Details: Alice Springs to Darwin, Gold Service, 23h30m. [READ]

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