General Douglas MacArthur returned, but The Beatles got out of town... The Manila Hotel has some tales to tell.
It's an easy place for international travellers to visit from Auckland, but some Kiwis might prefer to keep it to themselves.
The cathedral that once soared holds a unique place in British history.
A hurricane, a shipwreck and a tenacious admiral are key to this town's existence.
Hawaii meets Ireland on Portugal's breathtaking Azores archipelago – and there are natural hot springs to boot.
Madeira is famous for many things, not just Christiano Ronaldo.
At Marikina Shoe Museum, you'll find some of Imelda Marcos' notoriously extravagant collection.
"Old Batavia" not only still exists, much of it has has been beautifully restored.
Brisbane Airport's new runway will allow an increase in passengers to 50 million annually by 2034.
This former nunnery has become a design-savvy boutique hotel surrounded by some of the city's best eateries.
Excellent food, great service: Philippine Airlines is more than impressive.
Welcome to Cape Tribulation.
Royal history remains alive and well in these remarkable buildings.
Teen kids won't be bored on an Abu Dhabi stopover.
The cafe's bright blue facade is easy to spot but the magic starts inside.