Singapore Changi Airport – home to indoor waterfalls, epic lounges, and the occasional X-Wing – frequently tops the list of the world’s best airports. With the opening immanent for its new Terminal 4, Changi looks to be a shoe-in for the number one spot again next year.
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The Victorian slopes will be championing its own bonafide luxury accommodation this year with Astra Lodge taking out Australia’s Best Boutique Ski Lodge 2016 at the World Ski Awards in Kitzbühel, Austria.
The award was presented to the family-owned hotel for its newly renovated ski-in ski-out lodge which showcases exceptional features such as panoramic mountain views, a heated magnesium mineral pool and fine Italian dining restaurant all under the one roof.
When our parents were young, dating was simple. There was no Tinder, no Bumble, no Raya, no Seeking Arrangements. They went to school, they rode a bike, they drank milkshakes at the local diner and eventually married the girl next door. Soon after they pumped out you and maybe your siblings and lived happily ever after.
Thanks to Tinder, meeting your one in a million is now much easier. So no more awkward openers in nightclubs like, “Excuse me, do you know how old Sandra Sully is?” – that was my favourite back in the day.
Action films today have become oversaturated and downright cliche. Often missing the mark for an overall captivating film with kick-ass action scenes. You’ve seen it all before, where bad guy tries to take out good guy... it never happens.
Slam-bang explosions and high quality babes. You’re ready for something different, something better.
Which is why we decided to bring you our top 50 action movies, in no particular order, to check out next time your inner thrill seeker is in charge of the remote.
Gin is always going to be a love/hate thing.
While some have a certain appreciation for the subtle flavours and aromas that make gin unique, others are repulsed at the drink they always associated with bitter sips of Gordon’s gin and Schweppes Tonic Water they got from their parents.
At the same time though, the world of Gin goes so far beyond this, and in terms of the way it’s made, few spirits rival it for the real skill it requires to create and finesse.
It’s no wonder then that a slew of artisan distilleries are making it their mission to put Australia well and truly on the world map of spirit production, through the medium of gin.
We hear the stigma all the time. Spas and their associated treatments are simply not for men. Big fat bollocks. The misconception comes from the fact that spa treatments just haven’t been catered to men in the past. Alas, times have changed and Sydney now boasts a number of dedicated male and unisex grooming spaces to help rejuvenate the tired and tested bodies of the masculine persuasion.
Whether it’s skin treatment, a massage, a facial or a much needed soak in the whirlpool, these are the cool Sydney spas that have you covered.
The internet has revolutionised the way we work and play, making it more possible than ever before to make money while travelling. There are also a number of opportunities for less tech-savvy travellers to earn extra cash while roaming the globe.
Here are 13 of the best ways to combine work and wanderlust. The Dream is not as distant as you think.
Conor McGregor recently received a lucky charm from Rolls-Royce ahead of his UFC 205 fight on the weekend, and it looks to have paid off. The custom Rolls-Royce Ghost will be unmistakable around town as it features McGregor’s face along with his alias, 'NOTORIOUS', emblazoned across matte black bodywork.
The podcast is the breakout communications medium of the last couple of years. Fans have Serial to thank for its explosive popularity, and although the story of Adnan Syed well worth a listen, it’s not the only game in town. This is the golden age of podcasting, after all. 2016 has seen a brilliant crop of new podcasts join the fray. Check out the year’s most binge-worthy below and update your subscriptions asap. Your commute is about to get a whole lot more interesting.
Pop-up headlights are arguably the coolest features to ever grace the world of cars. However, that dream would soon be unravelled as it was deemed costly, aerodynamically inefficient and expensive to fix when they eventually broke. By 2004 the pop-up headlight era was all but over with the Lotus Esprit and Corvette becoming the swan song of this icon of modern car design. Today we’re taking a look back at some of the coolest cars to ever rock the pop-up headlights.
Car-makers can be a ruthless bunch when it comes culling some of the most beloved vehicles out of their catalogue. A lot of this has to do with the economics rather than car bosses toying with our unhealthy attachment to inanimate objects. Regardless, this still doesn’t make parting ways with an icon any easier. We’re car lovers and if there was ever a chance to play God for a day and resurrect the dead, we’d bring back these eight icons.
Think back to the modern era of cars and you’ll recall that there’s not been a year without a concept car to wow the crowds. Whether it’s rolled out from a factory in Italy, England, Japan or America, concept cars have long been the testing bed for cutting-edge technology and design. It’s also this very reason that a lot of these insane concept machines never actually make it onto public roads short of spawning one or two examples.
We know most of you are probably trying to be responsible by saving up for that next investment property (or a $2,000,000 Aston Martin), but that doesn’t mean the notion of cheap thrills needs to escape you.
Previously we proved that smiles behind the wheel could be obtained both at the $20,000 and $5000 mark. Today we’re slotting into the middle to hunt down those remaining killer drives we may have missed. These are the most rewarding cars to drive for under $10,000.