Your guide to the ultimate bleisure destinations for 2024

Planning your next international bleisure trip but no idea what your itinerary should look like? We’ve got you covered! Check out our jam-packed 2-day guides for some of our top business travel destinations - Doha, Singapore and London. Brought to you by our latest Unpacked Webinar: The rise of bleisure travel: a win for businesses

London bleisure guide


Whether it’s your first time in the British capital or you’re a regular visitor, there’s always something new to discover. Spend two days exploring the storied history, innovative arts scene, fashionable boutiques, delicious dining and quirky neighbourhoods of London. Check out the best way to spend your two days in this incredible city.


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doha bleisure itinerary


Qatar has been on the tourist radar for less than 20 years, but it’s made a rapid rise. Thanks to one of the world’s best airlines, a growing crop of luxury hotels and a hugely successful gig hosting the FIFA World Cup in 2022, Doha is now the hottest stopover destination in the Middle East. Here’s how to spend two days in the Qatari capital.


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London bleisure guide


This island nation at the southern tip of the Malaysian peninsula has long been a popular stopover or business travel destination for Australians. But stay a little longer and see what the Lion City has to offer, from diverse cultural encounters to fascinating colonial history, world-class shopping and some of the best food in the world. Here’s how to spend two days in Singapore.


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