In Australia, we are incredibly lucky to be situated in such close proximity to some of the most beautiful tropical destinations on Earth. Bali, Thailand, Vanuatu and Fiji are some of our closest neighbours and are just a short flight from most major Australian cities.
All-inclusive holidays are a great way to explore the world without breaking the bank. Book an all-inclusive trip with Hoot Holidays and the only thing you have to worry about is what to pack. We look after the rest.
Bali has well and truly adopted the Mediterranean Beach Club concept.
Beach Clubs are now scattered across the island of Bali with guests dining on tapas, sharing seafood platters and lounging on sunbeds as they holiday in European style.
Hoi An is the perfect melting pot of Asian cultures to explore on your next Vietnamese family holiday. Since its early days, it has attracted traders from across the world – Europeans, Chinese and Japanese. Today the city’s food, architecture and lifestyle reflect glimpses of these different influences.
The district of Siam is sandwiched between Bangkok’s Old Town and the hustle and bustle of the inner city. Here are a few reasons why Siam makes our list of the coolest neighbourhoods in Bangkok to explore on your next holiday overseas.
The Siam District is at the heart of Bangkok’s best shopping, eating and nightclubs.
Here are seven reasons you should phone Hoot Holidays today to book your Samoan adventure and perfect package deal. It’s like no other place on earth. Explore our favourite fun facts about Samoan culture, traditions and customs below.
So you think you know Fiji? Here are eight activities worth adding to your Fiji bucket list.
Resorts are constantly looking at ways to make customers feel more comfortable, more important, and happier. One of the major changes happening in hotels around the world is the move to transform the lobby area into an expanded living room.
There’s a lot happening when you plan a wedding. A lot of people to keep happy and a lot more who want a say in what happens on the big day. But what does the bride care about? What’s most important to her?