Brian Johnston tram hops around Hong Kong.
The Peninsula's fleet of luxury cars makes it easy to get around the island in style, writes Fiona Carruthers.
From fab to fake, it'll be in Hong Kong, says Rachael Oakes Ash.
Wotif is offering nearly 50 per cent off stays of four nights or more at Paradise Taveuni in Fiji.
The food standard is above the usual economy class offering. Wine is served willingly and a top-up glass is also brought later.
Ute Junker follows the much-vaunted Michelin guide to dining out in the world's best foodie cities.
From cheap eats to haute cuisine, Hong Kong delivers on every front, writes Julietta Jameson.
A Master of Wine, an international wine judge and co-founder of Shaw + Smith wines.
This modern city's famous waterfront is a destination within itself. Sit and people-watch on the magnificent harbour before scaling The Peak and drinking in the sparkling night view from the top. Indulge in its consumerist culture before sampling some of the finest Michelin-star cuisine at street food prices. It's a short ferry trip outside the city to outlying islands for great beaches, temples and seafood.