Cairns is home to two of the world’s greatest natural wonders: the UNESCO-listed Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest. The region’s dazzling natural environment shapes its stunning resorts, from secluded island hideaways to indulgent spa spots and eco-lodges. Be it white-water rafting or skydiving, walking amid primeval ferns or cuddling koalas, exploring dairy farms and orchards or feasting on modern cuisine, Australia’s adventure capital has something for everyone.
Darwin is a colourful and cosmopolitan paradise that buzzes with open-air bars and restaurants, film festivals, art exhibitions and trendy fashion boutiques almost year-round. Darwin Harbour boasts superb marine diversity. As the gateway to renowned attractions such as Uluru and Kakadu National Park, Darwin rewards every traveller with rich experiences.
It is easy to see why Singapore ranks high in any traveller’s must-go list. With cultural influences from Malay, Chinese and Indian communities, and its reputation as one of the most cosmopolitan and economically stable cities in the world, the island-nation brims with exciting experiences – from food to shopping and family-friendly attractions.
Hiroshima will forever be remembered as the first city in the world to suffer a nuclear attack, during World War II. Fortunately, the city has stepped out of the long shadow of its past, with modern museums and beautiful parks, creating a whole new legacy.
The capital and largest city of Telangana is nicknamed “Cyberabad” for its thriving IT industry. Also known as “The City of Pearls”, Hyderabad features a wealth of attractions, and its innumerable gems include majestic monuments, magnificent palaces and tranquil lakes and gardens.
The capital of Karnataka is known for many things: "Garden City" for its numerous public parks; "Pensioner’s Paradise" for its once sleepy, laid-back appeal; and "The Silicon Valley of India" for its fast-growing IT industry. Now a bustling metropolis with pockets of Old World attractions, Bengaluru is one of India’s major economic and cultural centres.