Bali is a world-class healing and wellness destination with some of the best sanctuaries and practitioners around. We try a handful of the wellness experiences to be had on the Indonesian island.
Starting with Wat Arun, one of Thailand’s best-known landmarks, a three-day return journey on Anantara’s new luxury vessel shows off the impressive temples along Chao Phraya river.
Sailing through the crystal waters of Indonesia’s biodiverse and relatively untouched Raja Ampat archipelago on a liveaboard boat is like taking a trip through paradise.
Interactive exhibition Rain Room, currently located at The Prince Hotel, features rainfall that stops overhead, giving the ghostly sensation of being fully immersed but untouched.
Tali Wiru, by Voyages Ayers Rock Resort, is fine dining at its finest. Enjoy champagne canapés on a desert dune overlooking the sacred landmark.
Elements of Byron, in Australia’s New South Wales, offers white sand and surf in a serene setting
Zhong Chen’s expressive, abstract artworks decorate rooms, suites and public spaces at The Chen
The Old Clare Hotel, which wears its heritage credentials on its super-hip sleeve, is home to chef Jason Atherton’s Kensington Street Social restaurant
Exquisitely decorated in French-Indochine style and featuring extraordinary art from the owner’s private collection, this property has plenty to keep guests entertained, and is close to several of the city’s top attractions
Having just won an AHEAD award for visual identity, this hotel is putting its quiet spot in Mornington Peninsula on the map with stunning design and a curated collection of art from Melbourne’s best and brightest
The Australian city has undergone a food revolution and Chinese cuisine is leading the charge
Beyond wine, the Franschhoek property is set in a foodie heartland with plenty of fun family attractions
Hong Kong’s Ovolo hotel brand opens a quirkily glam property in Sydney’s heritage Woolloomooloo Wharf
Luxury Chinese resort features region's rich ethnic heritage with a Thai touch