Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Summer Sizzlers with Vacations & Travel!
The Summer 2010 issue of Vacations & Travel is out now, with another sizzling selection of hot destinations, cool dining experiences, the hip, the happening and all that is magical about this wonderful world we inhabit. That’s 220 pages of intriguing stories, travel news and stunning photography, plus a bonus supplement on Malaysia and a 20-page insert on Mauritius. There’s also a free bonus supplement: Discover Tasmania: Your Holiday Planner covering Launceston, Tamar and the north of the island. In short, all the best in travel, and still just AU$9.95.
The main magazine is packed with fascinating features and all the global news on hotels, airlines, shopping, dining, golf, cruising and more. With the usual Vacations & Travel mix of adventure and relaxation in exotic places, we head off to Taiwan for a gourmet feast, hike up a volcano in Guatemala, and cruise through the sunny Solomon Islands. That’s just for starters: in our special focus on Europe we invite you into the nightclubs of Frankfurt, the fashion boutiques of Milan and the tapas bars of southern Spain.
Our main supplement on Malaysia features all the best of our near neighbour, from the bright bars and best nightlife of Kuala Lumpur to the lazy, laid-back delights of Langkawi and the adventurous eco-destinations of Sabah and Sarawak. And our 20-page lift-out is on the marvellous destination that is Mauritius, giving our readers an insight into some of its finest hotels and resorts.
In this issue, a lucky subscriber to Vacations & Travel will win a wonderful five-night vacation in Malaysia courtesy of Air Asia and YTL Hotels.
Vacations & Travel is out now at newsagents. For subscriptions, call Global Publishing on (02) 9555 8100 during business hours, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.vacationsandtravelmag.com
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