With a new year just around the corner, many globe-trotters will already be itching to book their next adventure around the planet. So whether you’re looking to find the epicentre of Scandi-cool or are hunting down the new casino capital of the world, here are four awesome places to book your plane tickets to in 2017.
Few cities can take your breath away like Hong Kong. This Chinese enclave has enough majestic skyscrapers to make New York tremble with envy, and a boat ride across the Hong Kong harbour is definitely a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
In the unlikely occasion that you feel the need to escape the city, then Macau is just 60km away and has just eclipsed Las Vegas as the casino capital of the world. But seeing as Red Flush Casino give you the chance to play the most popular table games from your smartphone, then why not relax in Hong Kong’s trendy Tai Hang neighbourhood whilst playing a quick game of blackjack or roulette for that taste of Macau without the stress of further travelling?
Although Los Angeles is still synonymous with all-things Hollywood, it’s clear that this Californian city is capable of offering so much more. Whether it’s taking in the beautiful beaches in Santa Monica and Malibu, or checking out the hipster attractions in the stylish Downtown area, Los Angeles has really diversified its tourist fare in recent years.
Further afield there’s the delights of the outstanding Joshua Tree National Park, and any fan of Red Flush Casino should make a pilgrimage to the glittering casinos of Las Vegas.
The Danish capital offers the perfect taste of stylish living for anyone with a thirst for Scandi-cool. Not only Copenhagen home to epic Nordic noir hits like The Killing and The Bridge, but its food scene has been the focus of endless blogs, and record collectors will love its cool vinyl boutiques.
And although Denmark isn’t exactly cheap, a trip to the wonderful Tivoli Gardens shows how the Danes really know how to have fun thanks to this world-famous theme park.
One of the few benefits of the Brexit vote has meant that it’s made being a tourist in London cheaper than ever. So whether you are visiting the recently reopened Design Museum, buying luxury goods at Liberty London, or trying out your casino gaming skills at The Hippodrome, you should be able to make your pennies go a little further than usual.
And be sure to head to the suddenly fashionable area of Dalston and Stoke Newington to see how modern Londoners are keeping the city’s flag for stylish innovation flying in the 21st century.