Features - Destinations

On track to the future

Beneath the bustling streets of Doha, a remarkable feat of engineering is taking place.

London’s junior Michelin dining trend

Britain’s-once stuffy restaurants are opening up to young sophisticated diners. Restaurant critic Tristan Rutherford takes his 11-year-old nephew for a Michelin-starred tour of London’s finest tables.

Articles - Destinations

Phuket family holiday treasures revealed

Having explored the streets and shorelines of Phuket with her kids in tow, long-term resident Lana Willocks offers an insider’s look at the island’s top spots for travelling families.

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The Villages of Boston

Ayesha Khan takes us on a tour through the past and present of four distinct quarters of Boston, the town she’s lovingly called her second home for over 20 years.

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24 Hours in Adelaide

Adelaide’s graceful colonial-era buildings are elegantly laid out in leafy parkland beside the River Torrens, but its small-city charm can be deceiving: the capital of South Australia has a vibrant multi-ethnic population, a liking for pop-up shops and experimental festivals, and a thriving live music scene. Its inner-city laneways buzz with restaurants and cafés, while good museums prove the city’s cultural bent. This is one of Australia’s most agreeable urban destinations, made for laid-back lingering.

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Durban

Summer in sub-tropical Durban is glorious. By mid-January most of the tourist rush is over, and you will only be sharing the city’s world-class beaches and restaurants with locals.

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The Mailbox, Birmingham

Britain’s second city used to be known for its canals, heavy industry, and Indian restaurants, but the refurbishment of luxury mall The Mailbox represents its more glamorous side.

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M by Montcalm, London

The first high-end hotel in London’s Tech City offers a touch of modern luxury to your stay.

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Camel racing: The sport of sheikhs

To experience a truly historic Qatari sport, head west into the desert from Doha during the winter months.

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Qatar, the Desert Destination

On Qatar National Day, this desert nation proudly honours its history and looks forward to welcoming visitors to its shores with a host of events in 2016.

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Culinary Rise Through the Stars

Berlin resident Rachael Vance guides us through the culinary rise and transformation of this northern European metropolis. Still burgeoning with new ideas and a freedom of spirit since reunification a quarter of a century ago, many regional and global influences have combined here to create a unique dining scene.

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