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Seven Ways to Enjoy Winter in Switzerland for Non-Skiers

Don’t ski? Don’t worry! The pioneer of winter tourism, Switzerland has all sorts of winter activities for non-skiers. Here, Switzerland Tourism shares seven experiences travellers should consider during their visit over the colder months. Christmas Markets From Zurich (home to Europe’s largest indoor Christmas market), to Basel (where fairy-tale dollars are used as

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5 fun free things to do in Singapore

Add these 5 fun, free things to do in Singapore to your trip or stopover and you’ll still see the best the city has to offer without breaking the bank. Everybody knows that Singapore has a reputation as being an expensive city. In fact, in early 2016 the Economist Intelligence Unit

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WA’s best wildflower season in a decade

The 2018 wildflower season is shaping up to be the best and biggest blooming display the Coral Coast region has seen in the past decade. Botanical experts from Perth’s Kings Park, in addition to wildflower enthusiasts residing in Western Australia’s Coral Coast region, have forecast the season will commence in early August with

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Virgin partner with Red Cross to help Aussie farmers

Virgin Australia has announced a partnership with the Australian Red Cross to support struggling farmers and communities who are affected by severe drought. Passengers onboard Virgin Australia will be able to make donations in an effort to support Australian farmers who are affected by the severe drought conditions that are devastating

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Tasmania’s North and North-West Is Heating Up

Surrounded by lush rolling hills, rugged mountainscapes and the bounty of Bass Strait the North and North West Coasts of Tasmania are made for exploring. Let taste buds dictate itineraries with the opening of new restaurants, bars and food markets, and then celebrate all that is uncommon and distinctly of this

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Scenic’s reduced plastic initiative helping local communities

Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours have announced their initiative to join the ‘global push to reduce plastic waste’, by reducing plastic use on South East Asia tours. According to Scenic, discarded plastic waste in oceans and waterways is a worldwide problem, proving to be a threat to marine life, local industry,

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InterContinental Fiji now plastic straw-free

InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa has announced that the entire resort has successfully gone ‘Plastic Straw-Free’, in an effort to conserve and protect the environment. Plastic pollution, according to Intercontinental Fiji’s Area General Manager, Mr Andrew Davidson, is a global phenomenon that has crept up over decades, and now more

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Glacier Bay named top cruise destination

Cruise Critic has announced the full list of winners of its third annual Cruisers’ Choice Destination Awards, naming Glacier Bay in Alaska the world’s most popular cruise destination. Glacier Bay received the highest ratings among cruise destinations across the globe, with Celebrity Cruises and Viking Ocean Cruises winning multiple Big Cruise

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