The train that ran from Nairobi to Mombasa had a reputation – and it wasn’t a good one. Now, the commute has become an unlikely tourist trap, as travellers seize on the chance to see the Big 5 from their train seat
Vestiges of old Turkey rub shoulders with vintage fashion boutiques, politically-charged graffiti and new wave coffee houses in this sea-sprayed Anatolian neighbourhood
From a Creekside ode to the contemporary to monumental sculptures at the Louvre, this is the season of culture in Dubai. Laura Egerton, local cultural commentator and curator, makes a case for why art around the region has never been so vibrant.
Stay a while in the UAE, among the rainforests, archipelagos and theme parks that are redefining the emirates
The star of Aquaman on bar hopping and breaking Aussie law
Slow down in the city that promotes intelligent travel
Drenched in neon light and decorated by a forest of skyscrapers and elevated highways, Shanghai embodies the modern nation China has become. But only 80km away, the historic canal town of Xitang reveals what China once was.
In the world’s second smallest country, nestled on the scenic Côte d’Azur, unrestrained leisure is an art form.
Tokyo’s vast size means there’s always something new to discover, but why not start where it all began?
With its near-mythical volcanoes and glaciers, Iceland attracts millions of tourists each year. But geothermal energy bursting from its depths has sparked a new type of scramble to its shores. This is what a modern gold rush looks like.