The Weekend Australian - Travel - - TRAVEL & INDULGENCE -

Syd­ney chef Chris­tine Man­field will host three food tours with Clas­sic Safari Com­pany next year; the re­spec­tive itin­er­ar­ies cover Italy in June, South Africa in Au­gust and South Amer­ica in Oc­to­ber • Bri­tish-based On Foot Hol­i­days will launch a route through the York­shire Dales in north­ern Eng­land next May; the walk­ing hol­i­days op­er­a­tor has 31 self-guided op­tions in Europe fea­tur­ing coun­try-style ac­com­mo­da­tion and bag­gage trans­fers • The tallest ob­ser­va­tion tower in South­east Asia, and the world’s sixth-high­est, will open in Bangkok on the banks of the Chao Phraya River in 2019; the struc­ture will soar 459m over the Thai cap­i­tal • Ac­cord­ing to data col­lected by Euromon­i­tor, In­done­sia is the top out­bound mar­ket for Aus­tralian tourists this year, fol­lowed by the US, New Zealand, France and Bri­tain • Ex­ec­u­tive chef Adam Smith of Coworth Park in Berk­shire, just out­side Lon­don, has been awarded one star by The Miche­lin Guide to Great Bri­tain & Ire­land while sta­ble­mate The Dorch­ester in Lon­don re­tains a three-star rat­ing for its Alain Du­casse restau­rant.

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