|Food and Wine Australia (Photo credit: AboutAustralia.com.au)|
|Sights along the Great Ocean Road (Photo credit: jimmymytravels)|
|Asian Food (Photo: Kimba's Kitchen)|
Travelling through Southeast Asia is a treat for the senses. Not only can you experience incredible scenery, cultures and history, but also you can immerse yourself in a completely different world. In a blur of Vietnam hotels, Thai elephant tours and trips into the jungle in Myanmar, one thing that will stay with you long after you leave is the memory of the delectable food you’ll be able to try while you’re there. Just so you don’t miss out, I’ve taken the liberty of listing the top four foods you absolutely HAVE to try in Southeast Asia. Bon Apetit!
|Grand Palace, Bangkok Thailand|
If you consider yourself a bit of a history buff, or are intrigued by the way things used to be, Southeast Asia is a great tourist destination for you. Steeped in history and culture, you don’t have to move far from the modern Vietnam hotels and fancy Balinese resorts to find the Southeast Asia of yesteryear. Here's a list of the top five historical highlights with a collective age that makes any nursing home look like a day care, you’ll be sure to get a history hit at any one of these famous tourist attractions.
|Lake Bratan, Bali|
|Hayman Island Resort, Whitsunday Islands Australia|
Australia is full of great places to get away from it all. With an enviable climate and pristine beaches, Australia is practically littered with holiday spots. Sometimes, however, you need that extra little bit of luxury to make your getaway special. Whether it’s a city break to Sydney complete with a 5 star hotel, Sydney limo hire and reservations at all the best restaurants, or a rustic retreat to a private island in the Whitsundays, sometimes that added luxury is exactly what we need to make a holiday one we’ll never forget. We’ve put together three of the best luxury destinations in Australia to give you some ideas, so that your next holiday can be one in which you truly spoil yourself.
|Hotel Room in Sydney|