Rob McGovern

There’s socially distanced seclusion in spades at these beach resorts where – from US$19,000 a night – you can rent your own island to swim, snorkel and hike utterly undisturbed

Ferrari takes a total of five spots in RM Sotheby’s chart of the priciest sales on record – but which classic motor claimed the top spot, with a price tag of US$48 million?


Nobu earned fame outside his native Japan before returning years later, but now Tokyo’s Yamazato and Hong Kong’s Hutong and Mott 32 leading the charge into Europe and North America


Rosewood Hong Kong and The Murray count among the world’s top hotels offering special services, amenities and programmes that pamper cats and dogs on luxury holidays with their owners

Hotels The Little Nell and Devil’s Thumb Ranch and Joseph Decuis restaurant serve steak from cattle given a special vegetarian diet and treated to musical entertainment

Everyone’s a winner in this seven-day non-race through lush landscapes that many will recognise from Hollywood classics such as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

The British singer-songwriter loves his music and talks of little else as he tells Rob McGovern about hip hop and why covering other people's songs is all part of the jazz DNA.

Australian sailor Nick Moloney has set the record for the route across the Pearl River estuary, and he is challenging the sailing fraternity in Hong Kong to up their game.

Coloradans make some pretty tall claims when it comes to their mountain peaks but a jaunt around this picturesque state proves they are spot on, writes Rob McGovern.

Dining out in Macau need not be a costly affair. Here are eight restaurants that should satisfy your gastronomic cravings without breaking the bank.

Wines from Eastern Europe used to leave a bad taste, but our panel of pundits finds that is no longer true, writes Rob McGovern.


The Australian artist and body painter talks to Rob McGovern about moving on from wallpaper and getting help from somebody that she used to know.

Is there anything more Irish than Guinness? Is any other country more globally recognised through a single product? If Welsh brewer Brains has its way, Wales will be synonymous with their new brew, Brains Black, which is coming to Hong Kong this month.