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5 days of hiking along the King’s Trail in Sweden

Moss-green plains, crystal-clear streams, grazing reindeer: This is the Kungsleden, or King’s Trail, in Sweden. The country’s longest hiking trail covers some 800km.


This personal trainer gets sailors ready to conquer the water

At Harry Legum’s fitness studio, his pupils undergo 50-minute sessions in which they sweat like deck hands, lift weights, tussle with a cable machine and struggle to keep their balance while standing on a Bosu ball.

Asia & Oceania

Norwegian Jewel ships get a new look

Following a two week dry dock in Singapore, the recently refurbished Norwegian Jewel is back to cruise the ocean.


US musician hit by a train while using mobile phone, but survives

Clark spent weeks in a coma and almost a year in various hospitals. A brain injury slowed his speech, his motor skills, his memory. Numerous bones were broken. His legs, arms, feet, shoulders, hands – almost nothing works the way it used to.


Are voice-activated devices every traveller's dream or nightmare?

Why hotel guests need to talk like Brad Pitt and flex their vocal chords as voice-activated devices take over, often with mystifying results.

Asia & Oceania

Quantum of the Seas to dock in Singapore for 6 months

Royal Caribbean’s revitalised Quantum of the Seas will be homeporting in Singapore for a six-month season starting November this year, and then return for a longer season in Octorber 2020.


Carlos Cruz-Diez, major figure in kinetic art, dies aged 95

Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, a leading Latin American avant garde artist praised for his work with colour, died on July 27 in Paris, according to his official website. He was 95.


The charm of this white marble island in Greece

Stumped on which Greek island to go to? Try Paros, a charming little island known for producing fine white marble.

Asia & Oceania

Need a room in Tokyo during the 2020 Olympics? Get on a cruise ship!

Tokyo is facing a shortage of accommodation when Olympic fans pour into the Japanese capital for next year’s games so officials are looking offshore – to moored cruise ships operating as floating hotels.


'Purpose-driven' camps are helping kids deal with grief and death

At ‘grief camp,’ children bond over shared losses and lots of s’mores.