New Blokarts at Sanchaya

The Sanchaya is calling on thrill seekers to strap themselves into new wind-powered, three-wheeled karts and reach speeds of up to 60kph on one of the world’s most stunning beaches. In an Indonesian first, The Sanchaya, a 21-villa and nine suite estate on Indonesia’s scenic Bintan Island near Singapore, this month welcomed a fleet of […]

Fresh touring route to boost tourism in Hurunui and Kaikoura

Tourism officials are launching a renewed touring route in the hope of showcasing the new look Kaikoura coastline and attracting visitors to areas affected by the November 2016 earthquake. The NZTA-approved route, previously known as the Alpine Pacific Triangle, has been lengthened and renamed the Alpine Pacific Touring Route (APT). The 450-kilometre APT runs between […]

Byron – Swap business suits for wetsuits

The vast array of activities on offer in Byron ensures that conferencing is not only unforgettable, but delegates return motivated and energised.   It’s not all work with conferences in Byron. Long considered Australia’s favourite leisure destination, Byron’s natural beauty, prolific wellness culture and host of exciting activities gives companies the greatest potential to invigorate their […]

Auckland War Memorial Museum wins 2 national awards

Last night Auckland Museum was recognised with two awards at the annual 2017 ServiceIQ New Zealand Museum Awards, held at a gala function after the MA17 Museums Aotearoa conference, He Waka Eke Noa – Museums of Inclusion. Volume: Making Music in Aotearoa, Auckland Museum’s exhibition of New Zealand music which closed on Sunday with a […]

Cairns Floating Seafood Experience Expands Fleet

The Prawn Star fleet has expanded this week with the arrival of Prawn Star Too adjoining its sister vessel on the E Finger of Marlin Marina. Prawn Star owner, Danny Moore said his fleet’s latest addition is a response to demand for extra seating by seafood lovers enjoying the atmospheric marina surrounds of Cairns harbour.  The Prawn […]

NYC – New Pedestrian Plazas

Times Square NYC Celebrates Official Spring Opening of New Pedestrian Plazas Plans Announced For New NYC-Based Programming Featuring Design, Public Art, Food, & Entertainment The Times Square Alliance, Councilmembers Daniel Garodnick and Corey Johnson, the NYC Department of Transportation, the Department of Design and Construction, and Snøhetta today celebrated the grand opening of the Times […]

The West Coast – 100% pure bliss

By Kip Brook At first glance, the supermarket aisles in Hokitika seem busier than in Auckland – but it’s just that West Coast people like to chat more and catch up unlike Kiwis from, the big smoke. Life on the West Coast seems wonderfully idyllic. There are days when the rain doesn’t stop and sun […]

The brand amenity card for the Rhine

The Frankfurt Rhine-Main region now has a brand new amenity card. The new amenity card (launched in March 2017) helps you discover the region for next to nothing! The RheinMainCard offers attractive discounts at more than 40 recreational and cultural establishments, simultaneously providing holders with free and unlimited use of the Rhine-Main Transport Association (RMV) facilities […]

Learn new skills on a Greek beach

What on earth could you learn whilst sunning yourself on a Greek beach? Quite a lot, actually; there’s more to do than meets the eye on the beautiful beaches in Greece. Relax Whilst Exercising Learning Yoga Start your day with a centering yoga session and learn and improve your yoga skills by the end of […]

Remarkables gets double lift enclosure

The Remarkables skifield in Queenstown is set to enclose its double conveyor lift on the learner’s slope with a Slinky-style transparent tube. This double conveyor gallery will be the first of its kind in New Zealand.  The gallery is travelling from France in 2 x 40ft containers full of parts, arriving in late April. The […]