Brunei is a destination that few people have even heard of, much less been to. But it’s worth a visit, as the tiny country features a village on stilts, a famous sultan and a billion-dollar palace.
There’s a good reason it’s called Sin City, but you don’t need to go crazy to have a great time in Las Vegas. Here are a few suggested itineraries to get you started, whether you’re travelling with friends, family or the boys.
Pigeon Point Beach is the most popular stretch of sand in the tiny country, and for good reason.
Istanbul is a textbook case of ‘east meets west.’ The city on the banks of the Black Sea is technically located in both Europe and Asia, and the influences of each are obvious.
Malta is off the radar for many travellers, which makes it an even better pick for those who make the trip. The country is just off the southern tip of Italy and east of Tunisia, and the influences from both Africa and Europe are apparent the moment you touch down.
Though it’s hard to judge an entire country by its capital, Prague gives visitors a good jumping-off point. The picturesque city is famous for its orange roofs, which are prominently displayed in every panoramic photograph and will likely be one of the first things you notice when you arrive.
Well-known for its reggae-vibe thanks to homegrown hero and Rastafarian Bob Marley, Jamaica boasts long stretches of beautiful white sand beaches and turquoise waters.
Boasting world-famous architecture, a lively night scene and stunning beaches, Spain is a popular destination for travellers.
A country that spans two continents (Europe and Asia), Turkey is a textbook example of east meets west. From high-class hotels to crowded bazaars and ancient ruins, the country has something for every traveller.
Germany’s state of Bavaria boasts the type of landscape fairy tales are made of. Lush, rolling green hills, lakes, quaint village houses and castles perched high above it all. Of course, Germany also has a number of bustling cities including Berlin, Munich and Frankfurt.