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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

Amelia Hungerford falls for New York with its extraordinary cocktail bars and the bright lights of Broadway, sharing a stay at two very different hotels.   Central Park is dusted in the beginning of a snowfall as we arrive at one of New York’s most creative cocktail

Cathy and Lisa Wagstaff connect with Vomo, a private Fijian island resort surprisingly close to the mainland. A palette of blue and aqua flows below us as we pass over coral reefs and islands, some so tiny they look as if a wave might wash over them.

Signature discovers you don’t have to be the President to press the highest number in the elevator or relish in the indulgent offerings of the world’s finest suites. These exquisite presidential suites are sure to get you royally inspired. [URIS id=28561] GRITTI PALACE, VENICE Hemingway Presidential Suite During the late

Getting your people out of the office to bond is one thing, but rewarding them with an overseas volunteering adventure to help those in need can have wide-reaching benefits for all involved, writes Joanna Tovia. Corporate bonding trips are all well and good, but do the

Signature presents the Top Seven adventures that are perfect for Father and Son bonding. Why not treat Dad to an adventure? From shooting sporting clays in Montana to fishing in Russia, hiking in Ethiopia, cycling in South America and driving Land Rovers in Mongolia, a world of active

Abercrombie & Kent’s exclusive portfolio of expert-led small group journeys takes guests to a variety of different destinations around the world.     The journeys are creatively designed with educational elements and local encounters that broaden the mind and deliver in-depth experiences of the destination. In Cambodia and

Good food, great wine and breathtaking beaches are bringing more and more international travellers to Margaret River and Perth on Australia’s west coast, including Signature’s C. James Dale. If I could move to Margaret River, I would. Alright, so there’s no nightlife to speak of. No

No matter the time of year or the struggles it faces, the City of Light holds an eternal allure. Amelia Hungerford explores why she returns again and again to seek la vie en rose in Paris. The final chords of Chopin’s Nocturne #8 reverberate against the rafters of Église Saint- Julien-le-Pauvre, a