Bequia: a beginner’s guide


Bequia, one of the more off the beaten track islands in the already remote Grenadine Islands in the Caribbean, is a world away from international resorts and fake smiles. Here island life goes on as it always has, at a snail’s pace, between the steep green mountains and white sand ...

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New in Travel: the best new openings of 2017 (11 to 20)


Want to train with the world’s best rugby team? Learn about Buddhist art? How about record a song in Prince’s very own personal studio? It’s all possible in 2017 with these great new openings. Lonely Planet Travel News’s countdown of the latest, greatest attractions will inspire even the most seasoned ...

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Top 10 honeymoon islands


Tropical islands, sandy beaches and swaying palms have become the perennial motifs for the ultimate romantic honeymoon getaway. But not every couple wants to simply kickback with a cocktail on the beach (at least not everyday). From cruising across turquoise lagoons to hiking otherworldly coastlines, exploring ancient temples and well, ...

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Where to go in March for relaxation


When relaxation is the name of the game, we’ve got just the thing for you – think beaches, wine, sun-kissed isles and a healthy dose of cool culture. From Antigua to Australia, settle into your slice of paradise where whale watching, snorkelling, beach-bumming and vineyard-hopping will be the only things ...

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10 Travelers Tips to Save Money in Singapore

Tip 1: Avoid Investing In Guidebooks Investing in expensive guidebooks for touring Singapore would be an imprudent step, as these guidebooks are really not worth your money. It is relatively easy to tour Singapore as compared to other Asian countries, because the natives of Singapore are good at speaking and ...

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The best bars with a view in Singapore

Peppered with futuristic skyscrapers such as the famous Marina Bay Sands Hotel, the Singapore skyline is truly a sight to behold. As the sun begins to set and the temperature drops, head up to one of these sky-high bars to experience this city from its best angle – drink in ...

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The Best Walking Tours in Amsterdam


Amsterdam’s flat, compact, and lively streets make the city an ideal place to explore on foot. In fact, walking may be the best way to appreciate the what Amsterdam has on offer, from its gorgeous 17th-century canals to its leafy parks and former industrial docklands. Of course, you could download the ...

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The best Christmas markets in Europe


1. Brussels, Belgium When: 25 Nov to 1 Jan At 2km long, with over 250 chalets selling all manner of seasonal souvenirs, plus a fairground and a constellation of Christmas lights, Brussels Christmas market is Belgium’s biggest. Beneath the fairy light Ferris wheel and vast Christmas tree (a gift from ...

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The Best Ski Resorts in Europe


La Grave, France: Best for Ski Mountaineering  The late, great ski-mountaineer Doug Coombs helped put La Grave on the map when he set up camp here in the 90s. Now, it’s a mecca for big-mountain purists looking for no-frills steep skiing in the form of 7,000-vertical-feet of glaciers, cliffs, couloirs, ...

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