Posts Tagged ‘Melbourne’

It’s not just a bar, it’s a destination! Experience Melbourne’s vibrant bar scene. Whether you’re after a colourful cocktail with a million dollar view or a few quiet spots in a student dive, you’re bound to find something that suits your mood and budget. Bar-hop like a local, dance to world class DJs, be baffled by...

The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival (31 March – 9 April 2017) returns for the 25th year and all eyes will be on Melbourne as the Festival in a special collaboration will coincide with The World’s 50 Best Restaurants Announcement! The iconic Lygon Street, known as Melbourne’s own Little Italy, will host the 25th Bank...

The Canggu Club proved once again to be the hottest ticket in town for Melbourne Cup Day this year and no less than 423 punters turned out in sensational style to enjoy a spectacularly sunny day of French champagne, fine food and some seriously swanky threads. Island race day glamour was definitely en pointe this...

Etihad Airways has introduced a new collection of destination-inspired Business Class amenity kit designs inspired by iconic cities on its extensive global network. The new range builds on the airline’s award-winning partnership with LUXE City Guides, the straight-talking, highly curated go-to guide for savvy...

Dominated by over 2,000 small and independent coffee roasters, Melbourne no doubt is leading the global charge in specialty coffee. But it's roughly 3,954 miles away from Kuala Lumpur. - that's a long way to go for a cup of coffee! Fortunately today, Malaysians can now spare the travel time should they want to enjoy...

Melbourne, Australia tops the annual Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Global Liveability Index for the fifth consecutive year as the world’s most liveable city. Even as the liveability scores of other cities worldwide fluctuate, Melbourne presents a picture of stability and maintains an impressive score of 97.5%.

Public Transport Victoria (PTV) has introduced a Free Tram Zone that covers most of the Melbourne CBD and some of the surrounding areas, including Queen Victoria Market and Docklands. Tourists and visitors are able to travel around the city and to key attractions on Melbourne's iconic trams for free.

A hotel boom, a retail renaissance, a blockbuster program of arts and theatre, great Aussie road-trips and World Cup Cricket at the “G” – Melbourne continues its quiet evolution as one of the world’s must-do destinations in 2014.