Far East festivities: Singapore

Next year will mark 200 years since Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles landed in Singapore – an anniversary that will be celebrated throughout the year, writes Esme Fox On January 29 1819, Raffles landed in Singapore,…

A new oasis: Oman

Jenny Southan stays cool in the desert as she explores the great outdoors of Oman I am standing on top of a sand dune at sunset, the wind whipping swirls of grit into the air off…

African cruises: set sail on safari

Watch and wonder from the water at Africa’s abundant wildlife, writes Heidi Fuller-Love. With its leopards and lions, medicinal plants and colourful birds, it’s no wonder that the vast continent of Africa is renowned for…

How dining in Las Vegas became world class

Jenny Southan gets good odds on the huge variety of eateries in Downtown Las Vegas The majority of people visiting Sin City stay on the Strip, and it’s easy to understand why – it’s where all…

Emilia-Romagna: Italy’s best-kept secret

Barbara Noe Kennedy savours the flavours of Emilia-Romagna, home to some of Italy’s best food. If Emilia-Romagna weren’t just one of many remarkable regions in Italy, each more stunning than the next for its art,…

Holiday Habits: The changing trends of British holidaymakers

Solo holidays, cash consciousness and younger cruise passengers were among some of the key talking points in ABTA’s Holiday Habits Report 2018 The Holiday Habits Report, which looks at the changing trends of British holidaymakers,…

Industry insights: the falling pound

Gary Noakes sees how sterling holds up against non-euro currencies, and how this might dictate post-Brexit travel. Five months before Brexit, a question consumers and travel organisers are keen to have answered is how currency…