Other countries in South-East Asia have their attractions, writes KAY O'SULLIVAN, but Malaysia's dazzling array trumps them all. [Sponsored Content]
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Never judge a person until you've walked a mile in their shoes. Or their dirndl. KAY O'SULLIVAN does as the Austrians do and frocks up in the national costume.
When all the balls we juggle fall in a heap, JANE WATERHOUSE reckons there's only one thing to do. Head off on a Micro Break.
KAY O'SULLIVAN is navigated up a creek without a paddle. She discovers the kindness of strangers.
Imagine an extra week on an island paradise for only $1. Don't believe it? Well, read on and see what KAY O'SULLIVAN has to say.
MRS WOOG goes to New York and finds the service great and the bacon even better. But shorts and fanny packs? Forgetaboutit!
There's usually a good reason why the world's tourist spots are popular, says KAY O'SULLIVAN. She names her favourites. What are yours?
Sydneysider LOUISE HAWSON noses around some of the world's biggest and most-photographed cities to find beauty in ordinary lives.
I love you. I want to kiss you. I wish to get rid of you. In Spain, a fan is not just mere air conditioning, says DASHA ROSS.
We can't rely on Australians to save our ailing tourist industry... and who can blame us, asks KAY O'SULLIVAN.
Old, young, fat, very fat, men, women, kids, transgender - they're all in the nude on the beach in Barcelona, writes DASHA ROSS.
KAY O'SULLIVAN prides herself on being a sporty type, but that all changed when she met a ski instructor called Kurt.
Have you ever suffered phone bill shock when travelling overseas? KAY O’SULLIVAN has, but now she's techno-savvy and connected.
Cruising not for you? KAY O'SULLIVAN thought so too, until she put her deck shoes on and boarded the Queen Mary 2.
Man cannot live by bread alone but it’s possible in Tuscany, says KAY O'SULLIVAN as she embarks on an Italian culinary adventure.
CAROLINE BAUM captures the fleeting beauty of mysterious patterns in the sand and learns some valuable life lessons along the way.
In part two of her NZ tour, JENI PORT heads to Wairarapa with its villages reminiscent of rural England (but the food's much better).
French may be the language of love, until it ends in tears and broken friendships when you can't find the right words, says CORINNE GRANT.
A new report says our cities are isolating and unfriendly places to live. Travel guru KAY O'SULLIVAN shares her experiences. What's yours?