From plunging into what seemed like a human fishbowl to walking beneath a canopy of trees, here’s how I spent 48 hours in Cairns, Queensland.
After spending almost three months in Kuala Lumpur, I decided to put a list together of my favourite memories from my time in a city better well-known for its shopping and as an international layover hub. From unique rooftop bars to adorable panda bears, there’s more to KL than shopping malls and airport terminals.
The Kuala Lumpur Tower is iconic in the Malaysian capital’s skyline and, at 420 metres tall, the tower is currently the 7th tallest in the world.
During a seven-day cruise through the Caribbean, I relaxed on beaches that looked exactly as they did in the pictures I once viewed on a laptop screen. Each port of call was another dreamy pristine beach location. That was until our last port of call in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Kuang Si Falls is located near the small Laotian city of Luang Prabang, and there’s no question why it is one of the most popular attractions in the area. The drops of the multi-tiered waterfall cascade over limestone formations into large pools of emerald green water, which are surrounded by acres of lush rainforest.
Spring is a vibrant time of the year, welcoming us outside with sunny days, melodies sung by songbirds, new life budding in gardens and the occasional Magpie swooping our heads. Here are 9 outings to enjoy the season with friends and family, or even your canine companion.
Kuala Lumpur has a number of train systems that run through the city, and the LRT lines are one of the easiest and cheapest ways to get around the city.
Perched on a cliff’s edge, El Kabron offers panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and serves up some tasty Spanish cuisine. Located in Uluwatu, away from the buzzing Kuta streets, this restaurant and beach club is an oasis for seclusion and indulgence. El Kabron is most definitely one of Bali’s hidden gems.
Little Nuan Nuan is Malaysia’s newest pride and joy – and cutest attraction. The giant panda cub was brought into the world in 2015 by parents Xing Xing and Liang Liang at Malaysia’s Zoo Negara.
As Perth’s only revolving restaurant, The C Restaurant, located on St. Georges Terrace, boasts an elegant dining experience with exclusive 180-degree views of the city.