[ADDIS ABABA] A palace that once housed Ethiopia's emperors and also served as a torture site under the communist Derg regime is to open to the public in a controversial government tourism project...

[RIYADH] Saudi Arabia is allowing foreign men and women to rent hotel rooms together without proving they are related, after the conservative Muslim kingdom launched a new tourist visa regime to...

THE massive collapse of global travel group Thomas Cook could just be the beginning of more failures to come, as economic uncertainty exacerbates the ongoing disruption in the travel industry,...

CONSTRUCTION will start by year-end on the long-awaited redevelopment of resort island Sentosa and nearby Pulau Brani, in a blueprint unveiled by national planners on Friday.

[HONG KONG] One of Hong Kong's most prestigious sporting tournaments on Friday became the latest victim of the huge protests convulsing the city as a growing roster of events and entertainment...

[BANGKOK] From quiet beaches in Bali to empty rooms in Hanoi's hotels, pangs from China's economic malaise and weakening yuan are being felt across South-east Asia's vacation belt.

[NEW YORK] Bangkok ranked first in 2018 for the fourth straight year as the city with the most international visitors, according to an annual report by Mastercard released on Wednesday.

[TOKYO] Japan's Narita International Airport, located about 64 kilometres outside of Tokyo, has always been something of a headache for travellers.

[SINGAPORE] Cruises are enjoying a boom fuelled in part by hordes of Chinese tourists taking to the high seas, but green groups warn a wave of hulking new liners may cause environmental...

[BANGKOK] Thailand's struggling tourism industry is finding support with visitors from the population colossus to its west, just as the years of bumper arrivals from the giant to its north are...