In Malaysia, wellbeing and wildlife are in good company, discovers Keith Austin.
Originally from London’s East End, Keith Austin has been a journalist for more than 35 years. Keith is passionate about food, drink, travel, writing, photography, humour and soccer. But not in that order.
For those curious to venture further afield, the upcoming Rugby World Cup promises more than just an epic battle, writes Keith Austin.
This English city was once the epicentre for a global trade that changed the world.
Dodging chickens, cows and monkeys on a wild motorcycle tour of southern India.
How to get behind the wheel of a Porsche without breaking the bank.
The time has come for Britain's second largest city to take its place in the limelight.
This fragrant pocket on the Côte d'Azur is only a short sniff from Nice and Cannes.
A mesmerising melange of the old, the new, the weird and the wonderful.
The Scenic Emerald is loaded with so much booze and food I find myself hoping we're not all on the same plane home or it'd never get off the ground.
The historic town of Hastings has reinvented itself as a gourmet haven for busy Londoners.
Keith Austin conquers his nerves to become a king of the road.
This grimy part of London where pimps, pushers and hookers once congregated is set for a 'cool' makeover.
To embrace the expedition cruise you must expect the unexpected and go with the flow, writes Keith Austin.
Its seven storeys are labyrinthine and its acoustics unforgiving, but the Teatro Colon is worth a visit for its dazzling opulence,writes Keith Austin.