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The rising trend of rooftop bars is indicative of a new era – one that appreciates the view from a fresh establishment as much as, if not more than, the atmosphere and the drinks themselves.

Fine dining with the world's best chefs is an experience that only gets better at 30,000 feet. We've sourced five of the top First and Business Class dining experiences, from master Japanese gastronomy to Arabian haute cuisine. Qantas The airline's consulting chef and director of Rockpool Est. 1989,

The picturesque city of Galway has been described as the most Irish city of them all, and with so much choice, deciding what to do and see during your visit can prove challenging. Signature speaks with a reliable source - the concierge of the iconic

Milan has long been regarded as the beating heart of Italy’s fashion scene – a habitat for the masses of couture-clad style subjects and commentators. While the perpetually energetic atmosphere, busy anticipating upcoming trends, is enough to sustain the majority of the fashion-hungry, a myriad of

The acclaimed chef of renowned Danish restaurant has opened a pop-up in Tokyo, shares C. James Dale. Years before he was labelled a gastronomical genius, before his Copenhagen restaurant, Noma, was lauded as the best in the world and transformed into a Mecca for foodies everywhere,

There are few better ways to enjoy the holidays in Japan than with a traditional onsen experience, as C. James Dale discovers. The tiny chapel was packed with people when we squeezed into the back, the choir singing “The First Noel,” which struck us doubly appropriate. It was

Retaining its crown as the best hotel in town, the Grand Hotel de Bordeaux is the perfect place for any discerning traveller, writes Nick Constance. Located in France’s South Western region, the Grand Hôtel de Bordeaux & Spa remains the go-to place for any discerning traveller

Canada’s biggest city, Toronto, has blossomed into a distinctive international destination, as C. James Dale found out on a recent visit. I’m not afraid of heights, but I may have been pushing it. The wind whipped my face and tugged tears from my eyes as I leaned