Travel in Taiwan, Sept/Oct 2019 issue
Forget the hotel gym – there are plenty of ways to incorporate a fun workout during your holiday. Hike up to a coffee plantation, abseil down a mountain, take a dip in a tidal pool or act like Iron Man and flyboard in the air.
These mammoth, jarring structures and the architects behind them have inspired fictional villains in pop culture and even cult worship.
In southern Italy, you can stay in a lavish 19th-century palazzo owned by none other than the Godfather director himself and in Westchester, New York, a romantic inn owned by Richard Gere.
Housed in former churches and dance halls, these iconic live music venues commemorate their local histories and represent the spirit of their neighbourhoods.
Sidebox on Beigang Spring Living Museum in Yunlin County, Taiwan
At the Bon Bon Fresh fish farm, located close to the Hukou Wetlands in southwestern Yunlin County, visitors can immerse themselves in a traditional way of life by fishing, bamboo rafting, and digging into a scrumptious barbecue.
There’s something about browsing endless shelves of books for the perfect one, then finding a quiet corner and spending hours reading and immersing yourself in someone else’s world.
Love traveling but hate jet lag? We’ve all had that experience before. Next time skip the bubbly and opt for water – and follow these other tips to beat time zone tiredness.