The twilight yoga session might just be the highlight of the day, but there is competition for the title.
Ute Junker worked as a magazine editor and TV and digital producer before running away to become a travel writer. She now gets to pursue her passions - including food, history, art, architecture and wildlife - across the globe, and is happy to travel a long way for a coral reef, fine French champagne, or a bathtub with a view.
From the eye-catching interiors to the warm service – not to mention the rooftop pool – this is a wonderful base from which to explore Kolkata.
There are plenty of attractions giving visitors the perfect excuse to discover new corners of the city.
How do you draw tourists to a country that no one has ever heard of?
A new five-star resort offers a luxurious gateway to these far-flung islands.
The area is so rich in trails that choosing which one to tackle first is difficult.
When you need some time out, Bawah offers the perfect hideaway.
Who needs a passport when you can enjoy these imaginary destinations without leaving home?
The Whitsundays are back in action and better than ever.
A chef based in Siem Reap is taking Cambodian cuisine to new heights.
This October, the Uluru climb will close for good, and celebration is in the air.
It needs to be familiar, yet special. Tasty, yet not too much of an assault on the senses.
If food drives your choice of destination read on about the places where few tastebuds have gone before.
There is nowhere else in Sri Lanka quite like Galle Fort, and this hotel does not disappoint.
Some are long, some are brief but they're all sure to be life-changing in some way.