Features - Destinations

Culinary Stockholm: Uncovering Swedish taste

An advocate for slow travel, Stockholm-based writer and photographer Lola Akinmade Åkerström notes that getting beneath the skin of her city requires slackening your pace, prepping your taste buds, and savouring Swedish culture through its gastronomy.

Atlanta’s great outdoors

With Qatar Airways launching flights to Atlanta on June 1,  travel writer and long-time resident Jennifer Bradley Franklin shares insider tips on out-of-doors exploring in The Big Peach.

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24 Hours in Yerevan

Yerevan, Armenia’s capital, is a charming blend of European and Soviet-era architecture, oriental hospitality, and unique local traditions – and all this comes with almost 300 sunny days a year! Don’t worry if your trip schedule is tight: compact and tourist friendly, the city can be explored in just 24 hours, if you plan well. Just follow the guidelines suggested by Yerevan-based travel blogger Sirvard Amatuni, and relish every moment of your trip.

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Athens

Late spring is an excellent time to visit Athens. The mild sunny weather is ideal for outdoor experiences both in the centre of the city and on its Riviera.

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Gouger Street, Adelaide

Costume designer Mariot Kerr works all over Australia but Gouger Street, in her home town of Adelaide, suits her tastes better than any. It’s all thanks to the colourful Adelaide Central Market.

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Club Med Finolhu Villas, Maldives

Experience Maldivian eco-chic villas that don’t compromise on luxury.

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W Doha Hotel & Residences

A lifestyle hotel in Doha’s West Bay with panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf.

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A life at sea

For 100 million years the shores of Qatar have cradled the graceful hawksbill turtle.
The white-sand beach of Fuwairit is a favourite with Qatar’s residents. The peaceful, shallow shore and turquoise Gulf waters attract families and campers year round, but in the spring the beach plays an important role as the hatching ground for the endangered hawksbill turtle.

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Freewheeling fun in Copenhagen

Cities and cycling often make uncomfortable partners, but not in Copenhagen. Writer and frequent visitor Brian Johnston guides us through the pleasures of pedal power in the Danish capital.

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Electric Avenue: The neon world of Hong Kong

From Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island to traditional Mong Kok over the water in Kowloon, Hong Kong is awash with bright neon lights. The city has a history of neon sign-making that goes back more than half a century – a business which has helped define the image of the city and inspired countless filmmakers and artists over the years. Hong Kong regular Joe Mortimer finds out what’s being done to prevent it from disappearing forever.

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24 Hours in Atlanta

Atlanta is a vibrant metropolis, home to a burgeoning culinary scene, shopping to suit every taste, and myriad opportunities to be outdoors. While a day merely scratches the surface, with insider knowledge of where to go and what to explore, you’ll get a taste of the city’s charms – and its signature Southern hospitality.

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