Entries by Sue Wallace

MSC Cruises and Cirque du Soleil

The long-term partnership between MSC Cruises and Cirque du Soleil  will present eight original shows that will be exclusively available on MSC Cruises’ four Meraviglia generation ships. The ships will come into service now up until MSC Meraviglia in 2020. On Board Entertainment It takes the entertainment offered on board to the next level.  MSC […]

Robots in Singapore Hotels

Need an extra towel or bottle of water? Robots, Jeno and Jena can help. They are the new employees at two  Hotel Jen Singapore hotels. What can they do They can ride the elevators, make phone calls to rooms upon arrival, and are equipped with sensitive sensors that know to avoid obstacles in its path. […]

New Santuary Retreats Serengeti Camps

Luxury safari specialist Sanctuary Retreats is set to launch the exclusive new Sanctuary Kichakani Serengeti Camp in Tanzania next month. The  extraordinary new escape, which will be based in three set locations across the Serengeti, offers guests an unrivalled, front row experience of the movement of a million-plus wildebeest and zebra as they follow the […]

Aman New York opening – 2020

Aman will open a new urban sanctuary in New York in 2020. The property, located on Manhattan Island, will blend the pulse of the city with the soul of Aman, joining the much-lauded Aman Tokyo as the brand’s second urban destination, and will be Aman’s third US property after Amangiri and Amangani. Location Situated in […]

Emirates One & Only Wolgan Valley Special

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley, in the heart of the Greater Blue Mountains, is perfect for a romantic escape. Special Offer Luxury travel company Abercrombie & Kent is offering guests an exclusive limited-time offer resort escape that includes unforgettable adventures, world-class culinary experiences, ultra-luxury accommodation and serene privacy among majestic landscapes at Australia’s ultra-luxury conservation-based resort. Offer […]

The Strand Cruise Offers New Expert Led Voyages

The Strand Cruise in Myanmar has a new program of expert-led cruises for 2018. The new program is offered in addition to  regular sailings on the beautiful Ayeyarwady River, which links the ancient capitals of Bagan and Mandalay. Four-night itinerary Each cruise will follow The Strand’s regular four-night itinerary, but be enhanced by experts in […]

Tahiti Looks Nice – Calling Millenials and Babyboomers

Air Tahiti Nui is targeting its latest airfare deal at millennials and babyboomers wanting to travel to the Islands of Tahiti their way, with return economy flights from Australia priced from $1219*. Millenials and Babyboomers No longer just the ultimate honeymoon destination, Tahiti’s latest visitor figures show that babyboomers and millennials account for the lion’s […]

2018 Health and Fitness Travel Trends

Happiness retreats, mindful movement holidays and architectural wellness – it’s all on offer when it comes to next year’s wellness travel trends. On the watch for the next big thing in wellness travel,  Health and Fitness Travel, share the latest up-and-coming trends for 2018 and beyond. Preventative Health to Eliminate Disease With preventable diseases responsible […]

Wine and art blend at Rutherglen Estate’s New Gallery

Wine, art and cultural heritage go hand in hand at the new eclectic Aboriginal Exhibitions Gallery at Rutherglen Estates in North East Victoria. Just opened, it’s a joint collaboration between Rutherglen Estates’ general manager and chief winemaker Marc Scalzo and visionary Melbourne art collector, Hans Sip, who saw 18 months of hard work come to […]

North Stradbroke Island’s New Eco Tents

North Stradbroke Island’s Minjerribah Camping will launch 12 new permanent island eco tents next month at picturesque Adder Rock Camping Ground near Point Lookout on the north coast. Tents The high-quality, low-impact, tents – produced by Australian company, Eco Structures Australia – blend harmoniously into the camping ground’s natural bushland setting, sheltered behind native tea […]