From night markets to fantastic festivals, here are the best 20 things to see and do in Taipei.
These new Asia cruises present opportunities to kayak among dolphins, scuba-dive on pristine reefs and encounter remote communities.
Japan may be foodie famous for its sushi and sashimi, but it’s the lesser known fare (that’s not at all raw) that will really get you salivating.
Japan’s Shin-etsu Trail - easily accessible from Iiyama station on the Hokuriku Shinkansen (bullet train) from Tokyo - runs for 80 kilometres along the Sekida Mountain ridge, which makes up part of the border between Nagano and Niigata Prefectures on the main island of Honshu.
Well-maintained roads, polite drivers, attendants to fill you up at service stations, zero horn honking… Japan is not only one of the most civilized driving nations, it offers some stellar road trips for the driving traveller.
The airline is opening up new cities and new experiences for Australian travellers in an ever-increasing number of European cities.
Automated baristas, android check-in staff ... welcome to the future of hospitality.
The rugged, forested Izu Peninsula juts into the Pacific Ocean just an hour south of Tokyo, making for a convenient escape to the country.