Take an Ocean Getaway Onboard Quantum of the Seas
After months of careful planning and collaboration with Singapore’s health and tourism authorities, Royal Caribbean International’s game-changing Quantum of the Seas has kicked off its return to service with a December to March season,...
10 Minutes With….Stefan Wood
Stefan Wood is known to ANZA members for his footy and photography skills, but the airline pilot and business owner is also the Director of corporate jet companies Singapore Air Charter and Aussie Air Charter and has accumulated over 13,000 flight hours.
Flying Safely During COVID-19
The prospect of flying is still daunting for many families, but for some of us it’s unavoidable. Dr Gina Dahel, a pediatric trained doctor based at IMC Children’s, offers advice for keeping your kids and family safe in transit.
Missing Travel? Tips for Itchy Feet!
Kim Forrester has tips and tricks for feeding your insatiable travel bug, without leaving Singapore.
Advice for Travelling Home to Australia
Thousands of Australians have been stranded overseas during the pandemic, unable to get home to family and loved ones. The reasons include the strict cap on international arrivals into all capital cities, scarcity of airline flights and seats, soaring ticket prices, and the high cost of mandatory hotel quarantine.
Accor’s Plastic Promise
Michael Issenberg, Accor’s CEO Asia-Pacific, talks to ANZA about the company’s commitment to eliminate single use plastic from their hotels across the world by 2022.
Pip Harry spends a glorious 24 hours in residence at the newly renovated Raffles Singapore…and finds it very hard to leave.
Kids Stay and Dine for FREE at InterContinental Singapore
Looking for a unique bonding experience for the family over the school holidays? Look no further than the Family Staycation at InterContinental Singapore.
Review: Fullerton Hotel Sydney
Pip Harry spends the weekend at The Fullerton Hotel Sydney, housed in the historic former General Post Office (GPO) building in Martin Place.
Myanmar with Kids
ANZA Executive Committee member Tristan Perry explores Myanmar with his family and discovers delicious local cuisine, gilded pagodas, peaceful lakes, and a fascinating history.