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Experience the world’s best places

Looking for ideas on where to spend your next holiday? Check out some of the world’s greatest places, according to Time magazine.

Experience the world’s best places
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Time magazine recently released their inaugural list of the World’s 100 Greatest Places, highlighting new and newly relevant destinations.

Editors and correspondents from around the world as well as industry experts came up with nominations across a wide variety of categories, such as museums, bars, restaurants and hotels.

The nominees were then assessed for quality, originality, innovation, sustainability and influence.

The winners on the diverse list are spread across 48 countries and three categories: where to visit, where to stay, and where to eat and drink.

Check out a few of our absolute favourites from Asia and Australia that made the list.

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ChangChui: Creative Park (Bangkok, Thailand)
ChangChui: Creative Park (Bangkok, Thailand)
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Whether you’re looking for great food, fun shops, quirky art or just a cool spot to take pretty Instagram photos, this 27,000-square-metre wonderland has it all – even an old airplane smack in the middle of the park.



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