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Destination Of The Week: Macau

This year marks the 500th anniversary of the Portuguese landing in Macau, the Chinese Special Administrative Region most visited on a day trip from Hong Kong or

Hotel Of The Week: James Royal Palm Hotel, Miami

Positioned on a stretch of Collins Avenue right on the trendy South Beach, the James Royal Palm Hotel is an art lover's dream.The Florida city is well-known as

Google Street View From The Burj Khalifa

No longer is Google Street View just a handy tool to spy on your friends – it's just unveiled 360 degree panoramic views of the world's tallest building, the

Exhibitions Of The Week

Propaganda: Power & Persuasion. Until 17 September, £9, British LibraryThis engrossing exhibition looks at international state propaganda from the 20th and

The Tour De France Celebrates Its 100th Birthday

The 100th Tour de France is now in full flow, with British hopeful Chris Froome leading the way. The cyclists are currently heading south east through France, t

London Food & Drink: Hot New Openings

Gorge on this week's hottest food and drink – from traditional British produce to dirty Mexican margaritas, we've got it covered.The Happenstance, St Paul'sTh

Hotel Of The Week: The Surrey, New York

Amsterdam has it down, and London is finally getting there. But it's New York that's inching ahead in making itself a cycling city.The Citi bike scheme launched

Destination Of The Week: Necker Island

This week we want to be (but can't afford to be) on Richard Branson's private island, Necker.Necker's Great House is reopening in September after a fire razed i

Destination Of The Week: Kwandwe Game Reserve, South Africa

In the heart of South Africa's Eastern Cape lies many things: a town called East London, among other things. Oh, and a crash of black and white rhinos.At the Kw

My Cool Bike

Cycling is the sport du jour. Not only are we currently in the final throws of the 100th staging of the Tour de France, but our very own Chris Froome is in th

Hotel Of The Week: The Grove, Wales

If you can't scrape together the cash to leave Blighty this summer, then head to Pembrokeshire. It's a more traditional holiday destination, and the beaches aro

China's New Doughnut Hotel

Is it a horseshoe? Is it a doughnut? Nobody actually knows – but China’s latest hotel is certainly a looker.As it happens, the Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Re

Hotel Of The Week: Barcelo La Bobadilla

Swan up the private drive to Hotel Barcelo La Bobadilla and you'll find yourself on a 1,000 acre country estate, peppered with whitewashed buildings.This five-s

Ceviche Pops Up At Heathrow

We've heard of pop-up restaurants in disused train carriages, under shops and in council flats. But a pop-up in Heathrow Airport is a new one.For six days in A

Cortona On The Move

Deep in the heart of Tuscany, the Cortona On The Move photography festival showcases some of the best contemporary travel images. See the gallery above for a se

The Itinerary: Philip Treacy

We chat to Irish milliner Philip Treacy about his travels, and give you the chance to WIN one of his specially-designed sunhats.Beach v city I travel a lot with

Destination Of The Week: Tenerife

Unbeknown to the thousands of boozed Brits that land on Playa de la Americas every summer, Tenerife (or at least the bit away from the strip) is actually a hike

Wish You Were Here: XANA Beach Club, Phuket

Phuket has gone Ibiza. The opening of its XANA Beach Club – relaxed and laid back in the day, and raving at night – has brought a taste of the Balearic to t

Hotel Of The Week: The Hidden Hotel, Paris

The Hidden Hotel in Paris is probably the only place in the French city that you can tie yourself to a wall…for fun.The eco hotel, hidden down a quiet street

Arctic Race of Norway

This Thursday, the cycling community heads north to the Arctic Circle, for the northernmost cycle ride in the world.From the 8 to 11 August, the northern coast