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The world's most expensive hotel rooms ... Ty Warner Penthouse, the Four Seasons, New York. Cost: From US40,000 (38,000) a night.

The world's most expensive hotel rooms ... the Presidential Suite at the Intercontinental Hong Kong. From HKD106,700 (13,000) a night.

Cafe menu in Hoi An, Vietnam.

Digital free zone ... get away from everything on Lizard Island's private beaches, where there's no phone coverage at all.

Digital free zone ... get away from everything on Denis Island, Seychelles.

Digital free zone ... private dinner picnic on the sandbank at Soneva Fushi, Maldives.

Digital free zone ... get away from everything at Nihiwatu in Sumba, Indonesia.

Resort dreaming ... Song Saa, Cambodia.

Singapore chilli crab ... the delicious secret to chilli crab is a thick, messy, sweet, spicy, tomatoey sauce. Photo by Leslie Tay

Inside the Voyager of the Seas luxury cruise liner ... the dining room.

Inside the Voyager of the Seas luxury cruise liner ... the ship's La Scala Theatre. Photo by Justin McManus.

Inside the Voyager of the Seas luxury cruise liner ... the Royal Promenade. Photo by Justin McManus.

Australia's best beaches ... Crescent Head, Macleay Valley, Mid North Coast NSW

Australia's best beaches ... Norries Head, south of Cabarita, NSW.

Australia's best beaches ... Avoca Beach, NSW.

Australia's best beaches ... Boydtown, near Eden, NSW.

Australia's best beaches ... Bondi Beach, NSW.

Tango dancers in Argentina. Photo by Annie Griffiths

On the edge of the abyss ... Victoria Falls in Zambia. Photo by Annie Griffiths

On the edge of the abyss ... Victoria Falls in Zambia. Photo by Annie Griffiths.

A Bedouin at the ancient Jordanian city of Petra. Photo by Annie Griffiths

The world's worst airline? Koryo Air is the only airline in the world to be given a one-star rating by airline rating agency Skytrax.

Ermera District, Timor Leste. While staying in the town of Gleno [about 30 kilometres south-west of the capital, Dili], I enjoyed taking photographs of excitable and cheeky children who played soccer with bottles and got up to mischief on the streets. This pair were just happy to stay watching the fun and games. Photo by Karina Swan

Mount Buffalo, Victoria. The days are still bathed in sunshine but overnight temperatures start to drop with autumn's onset. A thick layer of fog above Lake Catani gradually burns off as the sun rises over the Australian Alps. Our daughter, Olive, is mesmerised by the reflections on the lake's mirror-like surface. Photo by Stu Farrant

While wandering the streets of Kyoto, we stumbled across a ceremony in Tenmangu Shrine. These young girls were waiting in line for a procession to begin. Their expressions quickly turned from nervousness to excitement when they recognised familiar faces in the crowd. Photo by Michelle Cheng