Among a wealth of short forays in fascinating places, Traveller picks some of its favourites.
Cruise lines are recognising the value of longer stays in port, writes Louise Goldsbury.
The best entertainment is watching all the passengers who fail to follow basic instructions.
I'm standing on the pavement of The Bund and about to break my mother's rules.
In the past decade, this Chinese hub has become one of the world's great culinary cities. Brian Johnston tucks in.
Brian Johnston seeks out the top 10 overseas science museums, guaranteed to fire the imagination.
Literary pilgrim Stephen Phelan has explored an author's home or two. From Tolstoy to the Brontes, he shares his favourites.
Plastic loaded and flats on feet? Experts tell Belinda Jackson where the bargains are in Asia.
From Pudong's glittering skyscrapers reflected in its waterfront to the crumbling colonial buildings in the city's French Concession, this is a city of contradiction. Patrons attend glitzy bars sitting high as the clouds, while others queue for buns below. Trains move at earth shattering speeds past old men riding bicycles on cluttered streets. The head-spinning transformation of this city is confounding and compelling.