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Sydney turns Vivid

Sydneysiders have thoroughly embraced Vivid Sydney since it was established in 2009 and its popularity continues to grow with an incredible 1.7 million visitors in 2015. Vivid transforms Sydney into ...
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Thailand's Songkran Festival

Fireworks, water fights, colour explosions, music and delicious food - Thailand has kicked off its annual celebrations for Songkran, the Thai New Year. Taking place over three consecutive days, from ...
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Muster up in the Kimberley

Set in the magnificent landscape of Western Australia’s Kimberley, this year’s Argyle Diamonds Ord Valley Muster on 13-22 May showcases a world-class program of culinary and entertainment luminaries. Former Powderfinger ...
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Wellington “abuzz” with New Zealand Festival

After enjoying a successful first week, the annual New Zealand Festival continues in full swing with an exciting line up of performances. Taking place in the country’s creative capital of ...
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No Conflict with P&O

The remote Conflict Islands in the Coral Sea is set to be the latest tourism hot spot for Australian holidaymakers when P&O Cruises’ Pacific Jewel sets sail on a seven-night ...
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Rhythms of The South

Twenty years ago, I had a relationship break-up in Nashville, Tennessee. I won’t bore you with details, but suffice to say it ended in D.I.V.O.R.C.E. Somehow, it all seemed so ...
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High on Sugarloaf

As South America’s most recognisable city, known as cidade maravilhosa or the ‘marvellous city’, Rio de Janeiro promises big things. By Chris Walker I ventured into the spectacular city by ...
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India a Ticket to Heaven

By Roberto Nistri The Maha Kumbh Mela, is the largest gathering of people in the history of mankind, and India’s most important Hindu religious festival. Sanjeev is very tired and ...
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Macau Arts Festival

V&T News - in detail Historic Macau Arts Festival Has a Silver Lining April, 2014 by Mike Smith The iconic and much photographed Ruins of St Paul’s and the 1920s ...
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