• TravelBulletin for May 2019

    Our special green issue, featuring an in-depth look at the impact that sustainable practices in travel can really have, plus features on Canada and Alaska, South America, the Caribbean and Ireland and our regular coverage of business events, cruise and the latest news

  • TravelBulletin for April 2019

    The midas touch: how influencers can turn holiday snaps to gold for travel brands, plus features on river cruising, small group touring, Korea, unique accommodation, China and our usual Business View, BEN, Cruise and coverage of the latest news and analysis

  • TravelBulletin for March 2019

    Qantas channels the future of fares – what does it mean for you? Features on Thailand, Europe, Africa and Private Touring, plus our regular in-depth news coverage, BEN, Business View and Cruise

  • TravelBulletin for February 2019

    Lighting the way off the beaten track – the Intrepid story, Seniors travel, Hawaii, Mediterranean, Pacific, Southeast Asia, plus our regular Business View, BEN and Cruise features and an in-depth look at the Bestjet saga and Magellangate a year on

  • Voyages to Antiquity present their Winter 2018/19 programme

    Voyages to Antiquity’s exciting new 2018/19 programme is now on sale.

  • Faifai Lemu, it’s the Samoan Way of life

    “WE are all travellers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend” — Robert Louis Stevenson. Lisa Maroun explores Samoa and discovers why this famous Scottish author fell in love with the Samoans and their island nation, so much so he requested his final resting place to be in the island nation.

  • Lucky Eight

    MALAYSIA is bursting with variety, offering rainforest adventures, fish-filled reefs, holiday islands, historic towns and cultural diversity. Brian Johnston gives us eight of its highlights.1. KUALA LUMPUR

  • Tokyo By Night

    TOKYO doesn’t stop at night. In fact, it comes to life. And there’s so much for newcomers to enjoy, writes Ben Groundwater.

  • Exceptional accommodation

    TODAY’S travellers are more and more often searching out unique experiences and that includes overnight adventures. Adam Bishop rounds up some unique places to rest your head.

  • Virgin of the future

    THE perennial human headline Richard Branson is no stranger to the concept of disruption, lending his quirky edge to virtually every aspect of travel conceivable.

  • Winter is here

    LOCATED nearly 200km north of the Arctic Circle lurks the Lapland Hotel’s latest creation — a Game of Thrones-themed snow village. Linking with HBO Nordic for the second time, the hotel chain utilises a whopping 45,000m of snow and create a series of sculptures and themed rooms inspired by the popular medieval series.

  • Get to know your BDM