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Fly to Thailand to make a splash

Koh Phi Phi Marisa Thomas
13 January, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

A new water park is set to open next spring in Thailand. The Santorini Water Fantasy will be the newest addition to the Santorini park and amusement centre situated next to the Cham-Am Premium Outlet Mall. The new water park, which is located in the southern area of Phetchaburi Province ...

Beat the trend with Berlin Fashion Week

Fashion Feature Marisa Thomas
13 January, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Berlin is putting up its final runways as preparations for Berlin Fashion Week come to an end. From 15th January the five day show will take place all over the city, bringing fashion and culture from around the world to the streets of Berlin. Twice a year the city hosts ...

Fly to Canada to explore the sights by train

Feature Canada Ree Saunders
13 January, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Visitors to Canada are being encouraged to explore the country via its trains in 2013. The Canadian Tourism Commission wants more tourists to explore the country using the Canadian railways. Visitors to Canada travelling by train will get the chance to see unique sights, with train tracks that run through mountains, ...

Airlines "safest way to travel" and getting safer

Finnair crew in sky Mike Potter
12 January, 2013 by Mike Potter

Air travel is now the safest mode of transport, according to Tony Tyler, director general and CEO of the International Air Transport association. Speaking at a conference in December, Mr Tyler stated, "air is the safest way to travel and we are going to make it even safer." Independent organisation ...

2020 vision for Tokyo Olympics

Geisha Marisa Thomas
11 January, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The race to host the 2020 Olympics is gathering pace with Tokyo wasting no time in staking its claim on the position. This Monday saw the three contender cities hand in their official Olympic candidate files to the International Olympic Committee in Lausanne, Switzerland. The finalists for the sought after ...

China boosts luxury hotel portfolio in 2013

Beijing hotel Marisa Thomas
11 January, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

270 new top rate hotels will be opened in China throughout 2013 according to figures by the Top Hotel Projects database, meaning China will boast more high-end hotel additions than any other  country this year. The accolade is no mean feat in a year when over 2,500 hotels deemed “first ...

Fly to Alaska with all new routes

bearcub Ree Saunders
10 January, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Alaska is on track to become a more frequented destination in 2013. The US state will be easier to reach thanks to new routes opening up for holidaymakers. Those wishing to visit 'The Great Land' will be able to take advantage of new cruise options and additional airline routes launching ...

Visit Victoria Falls for Livingstone's 200th birthday

Victoria Falls1 Ree Saunders
10 January, 2013 by Ree Saunders

If you've ever fancied paying the spectacular Victoria Falls a visit, then 2013 may give you the perfect excuse to book that trip. This year marks 200 years since the birth of explorer David Livingstone, widely credited with discovering the spectacular falls. The eponymous town of Livingstone near the falls ...

Sleep under the Northern Lights in a glass igloo

Glass igloos1 Ree Saunders
10 January, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Lapland isn't just for Christmas, and in Finland the wintry fun there continues until April. For the ultimate European holiday during the winter, the Hotel Kakslauttanen offers stays in an igloo village where glass ceilings ensure your bed is a front row seat should the Northern Lights put in an ...

Indulge in a January detox you'll LOVE

Beach1 Jan Moys
9 January, 2013 by Jan Moys

As the work computers get re-booted, the kids’ school bags are packed and waiting by the front door and the festive season gets stored away for another year, our bodies and minds are yet to recover from the continuous merriment of Christmas and New Year. But as January rings its ...

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