Worldwide Stopover Destinations
When you're travelling long-haul to Australia or New Zealand, you might choose to break your journey enroute at one of your airline's stop-off points. Experience the dynamic state-of-the-art city state of Singapore, the East-West fusion of Hong Kong or Bangkok's intoxicating blend of centuries old culture with modern-day living. Alternatively, if your route takes you through Dubai, why not break your journey here and experience its world class restaurants, luxury hotels and great nightlife, not to mention its superb beaches
If your flight takes you across the Pacific, then why not spend a few nights in Fiji or the Cook Islands to experience the relaxed Polynesian way of life in a true island paradise.
Bangkok is a city bursting with life; an intoxicating blend of centuries old culture and modern day living. Hundreds of temples with golden Buddha's, Buddhist monks, colourful markets, smiling friendly people and amazing food all give an insight into this incredible city.
The ultimate shopping experience, world class restaurants, great nightlife, and luxury hotels - that's Dubai. There are plenty of beaches too - Jumeriah Beach has world-class resorts and amenities and Jebel Ali is just a half-hour drive.
Hong Kong is renowned for its cosmopolitan atmosphere and is a perfect example of a modern Asian city where East meets West. Around the clock there are countless dining, shopping and entertainment options.
You might choose to stay on Hong Kong Island itself or across the harbour on the Kowloon Peninsula, whichever you choose, be sure to see the spectacular view from the 397 Peak.
The dynamic city state of Singapore is a great place to break your journey to Australia or New Zealand with its colourful blend of culture, cuisine, arts and architecture. Stroll along Orchard Road and indulge in Singapore's favourite pastime - shopping.
With friendly and welcoming people and state-of-the-art infrastructure, a stay here will be a welcome break from a long flight.
Fiji has so much to offer travellers. It is a South Pacific paradise with a well developed tourist industry with reliable options for visitors from tiny remote tropical islands to larger luxury resorts, just 3 hours flying north of Auckland.
The Cook Islands are a safe and friendly tropical holiday destination in the South Pacific with a choice of small personal properties or medium sized resorts. The largest and most popular island for visitors is Rarotonga, or for the ultimate escape, visit Aitutaki which surrounds a beautiful lagoon.