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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.

Since 1984, Rio Tinto has gathered the most dazzling pink, red and violet diamonds mined in the Kimberley and presented them at an invitation-only tender. Cathy Wagstaff and Amelia Hungerford step into the 2018 Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender for an encounter with rare beauty. We first realise

There are some dishes, chefs and dining experiences that are worth building your whole itinerary around. We asked some of Australia’s most respected chefs to recommend the restaurants they would go out of their way to experience again. Pujol and Quintonil, Mexico According to

Prepare to say farewell to traffic and travel times on the road in favour of wide, open skies and aerial views of the world below, writes Kate Powell. Finally retrieved from fantastical visions of the future, flying cars are on their way to reality. Key influencers

Nestled in the heart of the French Alps, the Three Valleys– or Les 3 Vallées – is the largest linked ski area in the world. It’s unsurprising that it makes the perfect holiday destination for keen skiers and snowboarders. Many people, however, are still in the

The opal is enjoying a renaissance, with jewellers pairing the enigmatic gem with other coloured stones to amplify its natural beauty. Opals are surrounded by mystery and contradictions. Romans hailed them as the most powerful of the gems, containing all the colours of the spectrum. Queen

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Old-world charm meets modern makeover; Natarsha Brown suggests you forget everything you think you know about Malta. It’s been affectionately nicknamed ‘The Silent City’. Mdina, a hilltop stronghold that was once the capital of Malta, more than deserves its title: the only sound is the languorous

Luxurious boutique lodgings that echo the colonial past of Sri Lanka provide blissful bases from which to explore the country’s rich history, culture and wildlife, discovers Howard Shaw. Tendrils of mist cling to the tea-shrouded mountains of the Sri Lanka Hill Country. It is four o’clock, time