Adventure & Sports
Queensland’s Gold Coast is a heady mix of high-rise apartment blocks, huge shopping malls, popular theme parks and Surfer’s Paradise stretching along 57kilometres of the most beautiful coastline in the world. Here you will discover some of Australia’s most famous beaches and an ocean that is a haven for dolphins, whales and sea elephants. The Gold Coast enjoys a sunny, subtropical climate, with an abundance of beaches, canals and rainforests.
Everyone loves Dublin. Visitors wax lyrical on everything from the architecture to the seafood and historic, cobbled streets that usually find their way to a pub and a traditional singsong. Rich in history, Dublin has landmarks dating back hundreds of years. You will also find impressive retail stores and world-class restaurants on every corner. Whatever you do, rest assured that at least one of the clichés about this city is usually true. Dublin really does have something for everyone.
Legend has it that an angel with a light led settlers to Lucerne to build their chapel. Indeed, many visitors have described this pretty town as heavenly. Sitting on the banks of a beautiful lake and surrounded by mountains steeped in mystery and mythology, it was once a picture postcard fishing village with its own wooden Kapellbrücke (Chapel Bridge). Every trip to Lucerne is simply unforgettable.
Located some 700 kilometres northwest of Bangkok, Chiang Mai is known for its lush countryside, mountains and beautiful scenery. Often called the ‘Culture Capital’ of Thailand, it boasts over 300 temples, distinctive architecture and is known for traditional Thai dancing. Chiang Mai is also famous for its delicious Thai cuisine, lively festivals, handicrafts and northern-style massage. You will find numerous local markets selling handicrafts, silverware and hand-woven textiles here.