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  • Sydney, Australia

    Sydney, Australia

     JourneyGrand Pacific Drive: Coastal Lifestyle & AdventureThe spectacular Grand Pacific Drive is a spectacular journey that meanders through coastal rainforest, seaside towns and along a string of uncrowded beaches, with the Sea Cliff Bridge being the main highlight. Be adventurous and try your hand at hang gliding, or experience the thrill of jumping out of a plane at 14,000ft with amazing views over Wollongong. At Jervis Bay, find the world’s whitest sand at Hyams beach, or join a Dolphin Watch Cruise to see wild dolphins at play.Blue Mountains: Nature and WildlifeA trip to Sydney wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the dramatic region of the Blue Mountains. Just 90-minutes from Sydney, the sandstone plateau of the Blue Mountains is part of the spectacular World Heritage-listed area that covers more than one million hectares. Enjoy clear fresh mountain air as well as a range of outdoor activities that include easy bushwalks, wildlife-spotting and exploring the world’s oldest caves at Jenolan Caves.Port Stephens: Dolphins & Sand DunesPort Stephens, often referred to as ”dolphin capital of Australia”, is home to around 150 bottlenose dolphins so you’re almost guaranteed to see these playful animals when you take a dolphin-watch cruise. South of Port Stephens, the Stockton Beach sand dunes offer a world of adventure. Several adventure operators offer trips among the dunes, from dune buggies to quad bike safaris to horse riding, camel treks and sand dune tobogganing. Hop on a quad bike and get set for the thrill of a lifetime!Food and WineFall in love with Sydney’s café cultureSydneysiders love brunch and, with so many great choices of style and location, you will too! Check out the great value, all-day traditional breakfast menus in Bondi and Newtown, enjoy mouthwatering yum-cha in Chinatown, or discover bakeries with a gastronomic twist in Surry Hills, Balmain and Paddington.Harbourside dining with magnificent waterfront viewsWith so many beautiful waterside locations to choose from, you could spend your entire Sydney holiday dining at a fabulous bar, café, pub or restaurant. The best harbourside neighbourhoods are Cockle Bay, Pyrmont, The Rocks, Sydney Opera House, Walsh Bay and Woolloomooloo Wharf.Taste fresh and yummy seafood at Sydney Fish MarketsTeetering out over Blackwattle Bay on the city’s western fringe, this boisterous market is a must see for any seafood lover. The range of produce is amazing. Lobsters, fresh tuna, the famous Sydney rock oysters, crayfish and Atlantic salmon are just some of the varieties arrayed in glistening ranks, together with a handful of sushi bars, cafes and seafood restaurants, staffed by a cast of colourful characters from the local fishing industry.NatureDiscover the beach scene along Bondi to Bronte Coastal WalkThis short and sensational stroll is a symphony for the soul, wrapping up the very best of the city’s coastline. In an easy, one-hour walk, the trail rides the headlands, cresting high to offer a view of sea-carved sandstone and crashing waves, then dipping down for a close-up look at some of Sydney’s best-loved beaches. At either end, you’ll find smart cafes where you can chill with a bluewater view.Wildlife Encounter at award-winning Taronga ZooWith Sydney Harbour as its backdrop, Taronga Zoo is a must-do experience for visitors. See a huge range of Australian animals such as koalas, kangaroos and emus as well as rare and endangered species from around the world. An unexpected adventure is the cable car ride from the ferry wharf to the zoo entrance.See amazing scenery and experience close encounters with dolphins and whales at Jervis BayLocated South of Sydney, Jervis Bay is famous for its pristine clear water and white beaches. Join a cruise, and explore breathtaking rock and land formations, majestic coastline, ancient sea caves and natural seal colonies. Experience close encounters with dolphins, or even whales from June to November.CitiesExplore Sydney HarbourSydney's harbour is truly breathtaking and there are many ways to enjoy it. Explore stunning Sydney Harbour on a Sydney ferry, a relaxing sightseeing cruise or a thrilling high-speed jetboat. For something unique, go for a twilight sail with onboard dining, or even be a skipper for the day. Conquer top of Harbour Bridge with BridgeClimbBridgeClimb offers the ultimate experience of Sydney with 3 1/2 hour guided climbs to the summit of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, day and night. The exhilaration and personal satisfaction achieved by reaching the top of the Bridge is as much reward as the breathtaking view that lies below. Discover your own sense of style at Sydney’s best shopping destinationsFrom designer labels to high-street fashion, Sydney’s favourite shopping streets are perfect for serious retail therapy. You’ll find major international and Australian brands at boutiques and shopping centres in the city centre, along Oxford Street and nearby Bondi Junction, funky fashion on King Street in Newtown and Crown Street in Surry Hills. Don’t miss the buzzing weekend markets at Paddy’s Markets, The Rocks Markets, Paddington Markets, Bondi Markets and Eveleigh Markets. What’s On in SydneySydney is Australia’s year-round events capital with all styles of entertainment on offer , including Blackmore Running Festival (Sep), Sydney Good Food Month (Oct), Sculpture By The Sea Bondi (Nov) and New Year’s Eve celebration (Dec). Visit sydney.com for a full listing of events, festivals and performances. Have a fun-filled day at Darling HarbourDarling Harbour is a popular waterfront entertainment precinct with more than 50 restaurants and cafes, fabulous shopping and a happening nightlife. Darling Harbour is also home to some of the city’s most popular family attractions like SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo and Madame Tussauds. The nearby Australian National Maritime Museum offers a closer look at the secret world of submarine warfare; while the Powerhouse Museum is a tribute to science, art, design, fashion, music and technology.Images & articles courtesy to Tourism Australia

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  • SuperStar Aquarius ~ New Destination

    SuperStar Aquarius ~ New Destination

    Star Cruises, the leading cruise line in Asia Pacific, is pleased to announce that the SuperStar Aquarius will return to the beautiful shores of Sabah and homeport in the city of Kota Kinabalu from 8th November 2014 till 1st March 2015.In conjuction with this return, the 13-storey SuperStar Aquarius will introduce an exciting 3N Cruise ti Puerto Princesa City, located at Palawan Island province in the Philippines. With the exciting and enriching list of activities lined up, there will never be a moment of boredom on a 3-Night Voyage of Discovery on board SuperStar Aquarius. Entertainment Shows for the FamilyLeslie Mckinney's World of MagicIf magic never fails to intrigue you then it's time to experience the amazing world of Master Illusionist-Leslie Mckinney, who no doubt has magic running through his veins. He has performed from the world's largest hotel - The MGM Grand to spectacular productions at the Rio, the Plaza and the Fitgerald.Somewhere in Time - A Star Cruises ProductionA world class and timeless tale of love's mystical adventures unfolds in Star Cruises' very own production show, Somewhere in Time; a spectacular production of a romantic fairy tale which allows audience to discover an array of fascinating feats where anything is possible. Behind the Scenes of Superstar AquariusGalley TourEver wondered where your meals are prepared on board the cruise ship? Cruisers can now take the opportunity to visit the galley led by the Executive chef as he shows you how the food ends up on your dinner table. Bridge TourCruises can now discover more about navigation and sailing the fun way on board SuperStar Aquarius as they indulge in a rare opportunity of meeting up our Ship's Officers in this specially organised bridge tour where all mind boggling nautical questions are being answered. Butter Lion for KidsStart your holiday right as many fun activities await all kids ages ranging from 6-12 years old this November. Take part in Treasure Hunts and the adventures of Butter Lion and Friends all the way from Taiwan, That's not all, five exclusive Butter Lion themed cabins with all things Butter Lion have been set up to ensure that the whole family has a true Butter Lion extraordinaire at sea. Destination Palawan - Puerto PrincesaLocated at the mid-section of the long strip of the Palawan Island province, Puerto Princesa City is a top tourist destination, known mostly to locals and well-travelled foreigners. Home to many beautiful sights and natural wonders - pristine beaches, coral reefs and lush greeneries that are unique to the place, this climate-friendly city offers some of Philippines' best kept heritage, culture and natural attractions. (Immaculate Conception Church - Puerto Princesa City Centre)UNESCO Site - Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National ParkAmong some  of the must-see places include the Puerto Princesa Sunterranean Rover National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the new 7 Wonders of Nature. As one of the most distinguished protected areas in the Philippines, the park features unspoiled natural beauties such as old reserved forests, clear white-sandy beaches, diverse endangered wildlife species and one of the world's most impressive caves systems, with a series of spectacular limestone formations. The park also contains an 8.2km underground river, which is said to be the longest navigable underground river in the world that flows directly to the South China Sea. The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park  is truly a remarkable place like no other and is on many travellers' bucket list.A Haven for Sun Seekers - Honda BayFor adventures that seek the ocean depth pleasure or simply relaxing by the beaches, Honday Bay is another premiere tourist destination located on Palawan Island. Consisting of several islets, Honda Bay's clear sandy beaches and shallow reefs are well known places for swimming, snorkelling and diving. (Photo courtesy by Aijo Loke)With plentiful of natural attractions, deep heritage and strong culture, Puerto Princesa City is indeed the perfect holiday get-away and ideal destination cruise for travellers of all ages. Make a date with Star Cruise to Puerto Princesa City as SuperStar Aquarius homeports in Kota Kinabalu from 8th November 2014 till 1st March 2015, offering new itineraries that include the much anticipated 4D3N Kota Kinabalu/Puerto Princesa City destination cruise. For more information, please log on to http://www.12fly.com.my/ground/cruises/

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  • Mykonos, Greece

    Mykonos, Greece

    Cosmopolitan and sereneWelcome to Greece's most famous cosmopolitan island, a whitewashed paradise in the heart of the Cyclades. According to mythology, Mykonos was formed from the petrified bodies of giants killed by Hercules. And did you know that the island took its name from the grandson of Apollo, “Mykonos”?Set out on a journey to discover a fascinating world where glamour meets simplicity. On Mykonos celebrities, college students and families mingle together to celebrate the Greek summer. Whether you are an entertainment junkie out for a real good time, or a visitor who wishes to explore the island’s history and tradition, Mykonos will certainly meet your expectations.Exploring the island’s capital townIn contrast to other Cycladic capitals, the capital town (Hora) of the island is not built in the shape of an amphitheatre but instead spreads out over a wide area. It is one of the best examples of Cycladic architecture and a spellbinding attraction for visitors. Stroll around its narrow marble streets and admire whitewashed houses with colourful doors and window frames, bougainvillea trees in purple bloom and hidden churches. Pay a visit to the church of Panayia Paraportiani, the Town hall and the castle situated above the harbour. Don’t forget to visit the Archaeological, Folklore and Maritime Museums to take in a little history. Wander around the pedestrian shopping streets of the Hora, always colourful and busy. The most glamorous of all is Matoyanni Street, lined with brand name stores, charming cafés and stylish restaurants.Soak up the atmosphere along the lively waterfront and admire a fleet of fishing boats casting colourful reflections in the azure waters. This is where you will find the Kazarma building, which served as accommodation for the soldiers of Manto Mavrogenous, a heroine of the Greek Revolution. The first floor served as her personal residence. While you’re out strolling, don’t be surprised if you come across the official mascot of Mykonos, which is nothing other than a... pelican! Pétros the Pelican was found by a fisherman after a storm in 1954, and eventually became the locals’ companion. When he died, the grief for his loss was so deep that a replacement was soon found. In honour of Pétros, the locals have established a long tradition of pelicans wandering around the waterfront as an essential part of everyday life. So, whatever you do, don’t forget to take a picture with the successor of the famous pelican Pétros!One of the most scenic corners of the island is Alefkantra or “Little Venice”, an 18th century district, dominated by grand captains’ mansions with colourful balconies and stylish windows. With balconies perched over the sea, pictures of the famous Italian city spring to mind. Relax at a waterfront café and admire the view of the quaint windmills standing imposingly on the hillside above, set against a luminous blue backdrop.The second traditional settlement of Mykonos is Ano Mera, situated around the historic monastery ofPanayia Tourliani (a 16th century church with a brilliant carved wooden iconostasis). To the north, in Ftelia, lies an important Neolithic settlement, and a 14th-13th century BC Mycenaean tomb.Using the Hora as your base, set out on a trip to discover the beauties of the island, in particularly its sun-kissed beaches. Along the southern coast you will find a great selection of the most cosmopolitan ones. Here, wild parties keep the crowds rocking day and night. Paradise and Super Paradise may already be familiar to you. Ornos and Psarou are favorite spots for families. Try a visit too to Platis Yalos, with a well-organized beach where you can soak up the sun lazing on a sun lounge. However, if you are looking for a serene beach to unwind with a book, pick a less organized one on the northern coast of the island, likeAyia Anna, Houlakia, Kapari, Agrari and Ayios Stéfanos.Need an adrenaline rush?The island is a paradise for water sport enthusiasts! It is only natural that the “Island of the Winds” should attract surfers and sailors from all over the world! There is a great choice of beaches for windsurfing; however, the most secluded ones are considered to be the best. Choose from Korfos, Ftelia, Meyali Ammos and Kalafatis, where surfing lessons are also available. Play tennis or mini golf at Ayios Stéfanos, beach volleyball at Ayia Anna or try sea parachuting or jet skiing at Elia or Kalafatis. Diving fans can do a little exciting exploration of the underwater magic of Mykonos. September is thought to be the best month for diving, as the water is warm and visibility is good down at the seabed.On the island you can find many well-organized diving centers (some of them also offer snorkeling lessons) and stores specializing in diving equipment. Explore the island on a caicque or a boat and discover secluded beaches, or take a boat tour around the nearby islets, which are also ideal fishing spots!What about food?Don’t miss the opportunity to treat yourself to some local Aegean specialities! Pepper flavoured kopanistí, a soft cheese seasoned with pepper, is the island’s gastronomic trademark. Try it as a topping on a round rusk spread with grated tomato, a favourite local mezés (appetiser). Meat eaters can sample “louzes” (cooked pork filet with spices) and tasty local sausages sprinkled with pepper, and local oregano that has been caressed by the sun and dried in the north wind. To finish off your meal you can sample two exceptionally good local pastries, “amigdalota” (small round cakes with ground almond, rosewater and caster sugar) and honey pie.DelosIf you find yourself in Mykonos take the opportunity to explore the tiny archaeological gem of Delos, just a short boat trip away. Delos was a sacred island in ancient times, and according to mythology was the birthplace of the twin gods Apollo and Artemis.Greece now? CLICK HERE

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