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  • Winter is coming: A snowstorm of fun in Asahikawa

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    Winter is coming: A snowstorm of fun in Asahikawa

  • Top five most walkable cities in the US, Canada and Australia

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    Top five most walkable cities in the US, Canada and Australia

  • Five things to know about Romania

    4 months ago

    Five things to know about Romania

  • Vietnam opens new international airport 50km from Halong Bay

    4 months ago

    Vietnam opens new international airport 50km from Halong Bay

  • Day-trippers will soon be charged to visit Venice

    4 months ago

    Day-trippers will soon be charged to visit Venice

  • Colombia inaugurates first cable car in capital

    4 months ago

    Colombia inaugurates first cable car in capital

  • Greenland seeks tourists, investors with new airports

    6 months ago

    Greenland seeks tourists, investors with new airports

  • American travel to Europe this holiday season up 23pc

    6 months ago

    American travel to Europe this holiday season up 23pc

  • AirAsia moves Melbourne service to Avalon Airport

    10 months ago

    AirAsia moves Melbourne service to Avalon Airport

  • Kushiro: Hokkaido’s kitchen of the sea

    11 months ago

    Kushiro: Hokkaido’s kitchen of the sea

  • Now you can book a surf lesson and accommodations on Airbnb

    1 year ago

    Now you can book a surf lesson and accommodations on Airbnb

  • AirAsia cancels Yogyakarta flights following Merapi eruption

    1 year ago

    AirAsia cancels Yogyakarta flights following Merapi eruption

  • Five of the world’s biggest aquariums

    1 year ago

    Five of the world’s biggest aquariums

  • WestJet to introduce new business class service next year (VIDEO)

    1 year ago

    WestJet to introduce new business class service next year (VIDEO)

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    Book a surf lesson on Airbnb

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    Facial recognition use in Changi?

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  • Looking to study abroad? These are the world's most student-friendly cities of 2018

    1 year ago

    Looking to study abroad? These are the world's most student-friendly cities of 2018

    LONDON, May 10 ― The fallout from Brexit has done little to dampen student enthusiasm for London-town, which managed to knock Montreal off the leader board and take the title of...

  • London hotels roll out red carpet for royal wedding watchers

    1 year ago

    London hotels roll out red carpet for royal wedding watchers

    LONDON, May 9 ― London is gearing up to host the wedding party of the year, with hotels rolling out the red carpet for royal watchers keen to get in on the craze. From a...

  • Replica Panmunjom village draws tourists after Korea summit

    1 year ago

    Replica Panmunjom village draws tourists after Korea summit

    SEOUL, May 9 ― With access to the real DMZ restricted, tourists are flocking to a replica of the border truce village of Panmunjom to re-enact the scene of the leaders of the...

  • AirAsia India to commence Surat service from June

    1 year ago

    AirAsia India to commence Surat service from June

    NEW DELHI, May 8 — AirAsia India has added Gujarat’s commercial city Surat to its growing network and will start daily flights from June 1. “Surat is a business hub, with a...

  • Philippines’ Inflatable Island is Asia’s largest floating theme park

    1 year ago

    Philippines’ Inflatable Island is Asia’s largest floating theme park

    MANILA, May 8 — Unicorns, dinosaurs and flamingos co-exist happily on Inflatable Island, billed as the largest floating, inflatable fun park in Asia and, perhaps, one of the...

  • Malaysia riding on new themed attractions

    1 year ago

    Malaysia riding on new themed attractions

    KUALA LUMPUR, May 6 — Malaysia is poised to become the theme park capital of Asean as the country becomes home to more international-level theme parks...

  • New York celebrates commuter ferry ‘success story’

    1 year ago

    New York celebrates commuter ferry ‘success story’

    NEW YORK, May 5 — In a city beset by transport woes, the ferry from Brooklyn and Queens to Manhattan is a New York success story, pleasing commuters, delighting tourists and...

  • Japan to loosen rules on home rentals so you can truly live like a local

    1 year ago

    Japan to loosen rules on home rentals so you can truly live like a local

    TOKYO, May 5 — In advance of the Olympic games in 2020, and in response to a recent tourism boom, Japan is relaxing its rules on home rentals. As of next month, a new law will...

  • Language barriers named biggest anxiety in travel, Booking.com survey finds

    1 year ago

    Language barriers named biggest anxiety in travel, Booking.com survey finds

    PARIS, May 4 — Language barriers and dubious accommodations have emerged the biggest obstacles in travel, according to a global survey which aims to gauge how adventurous and...

  • KL-Singapore is world's busiest international airline route

    1 year ago

    KL-Singapore is world's busiest international airline route

    NEW YORK, May 4 — More than four million travellers flew on about 30,530 flights between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore over the last year, making this air corridor...

  • European airlines seek bigger piece of Latin American pie

    1 year ago

    European airlines seek bigger piece of Latin American pie

    PARIS, May 4 — Air France-KLM’s inauguration yesterday of a flight to a little developed corner of Brazil highlights European airlines’ attempt to bring the continents...

  • Here’s how to find the cleanest public bathroom in any airport

    1 year ago

    Here’s how to find the cleanest public bathroom in any airport

    NEW YORK, May 4 — At Bloomberg Pursuits, we love to travel. And we always want to make sure we’re doing it right. So we’re talking to globetrotters in all of our luxury...

  • The best vacation rentals for all budgets on TripAdvisor

    1 year ago

    The best vacation rentals for all budgets on TripAdvisor

    NEW YORK, May 4 — TripAdvisor has released a list of their best vacation homes from around the world, a list that includes a condo in Rome for a modest US$65 (RM255) a...

  • EU invites 15,000 teens to travel free in Europe

    1 year ago

    EU invites 15,000 teens to travel free in Europe

    PARIS, May 4 — The European Union yesterday launched a plan for thousands of 18-year-old Europeans to travel in the bloc for free this summer as part of efforts to promote the...

  • Kids fly free this summer on these airlines

    1 year ago

    Kids fly free this summer on these airlines

    NEW YORK, May 4 — Have daughters or sons who are fans of the Disney hit Frozen? Or have you always wanted to check dog-sledding in the hinterlands of Finland off...

  • UK’s Kew Gardens reopens vast glasshouse after extensive works

    1 year ago

    UK’s Kew Gardens reopens vast glasshouse after extensive works

    LONDON, May 3 — With 15,000 new panes of glass, the UK’s Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew will reopen its famed Temperate House on Saturday after a five-year restoration that...

  • Global passenger traffic rises 9.5pc

    1 year ago

    Global passenger traffic rises 9.5pc

    KUALA LUMPUR, May 3 — Global passenger traffic rose 9.5 per cent, year-on-year, (y-o-y) in March 2018, its fastest pace within 12 months, said the International Air Transport...

  • Malaysians are cost-conscious, technology-inclined travellers, says Expedia

    1 year ago

    Malaysians are cost-conscious, technology-inclined travellers, says Expedia

    KUALA LUMPUR, May 3 — Malaysians are one of the most cost-conscious and avid technologically inclined travellers in Asia, said Brand Expedia. The global travel company in its...

  • Spring melts a path through frozen Finnish archipelago

    1 year ago

    Spring melts a path through frozen Finnish archipelago

    HELSINKI, May 3 — Spring has started to melt a way through the giant frozen expanse of this archipelago in western Finland, as cracks in the ice turn into rust-coloured pools...