The seemingly endless sprawl of Tokyo can be hard to take in from the ground. But sky-high observation decks dotted across the Japanese capital offer a fresh perspective.
The world’s highest luxury hotel, boasting a restaurant on the 120th floor and 24-hour personal butler service, has opened in Shanghai to guests with deep pockets and a head for heights.
Thai authorities on Tuesday greenlighted a pilot model for quarantine-free travel to ultra-popular beach destination Phuket, a first step towards the tourist-hungry kingdom’s goal of resuscitating its pandemic-battered economy.
The Taj Mahal reopened to visitors Wednesday, as Indian authorities loosened restrictions following an easing in the country’s devastating recent coronavirus surge.
Polynesian seafarers likely reached Antarctica hundreds of years before the Western explorers usually credited with discovering the frozen continent, a new study has concluded.
After opening its first-ever theme park this March, Nintendo is giving fans something else to get excited about: a planned “Nintendo Gallery” museum set to open by spring 2024.
Walking tightropes, rappelling down a four-storey-high rope tunnel, sitting in a dangling basket 58 floors high — tourists have been steeling their nerves for adrenaline-filled challenges in a new assault course at the top of China’s tallest TV tower.
The Titanic is being brought back from the deep, more than a century after its ill-fated maiden voyage, at a landlocked Chinese theme park where tourists can soon splash out for a night on a fullscale replica.
A remote Japanese fishing town has sparked debate after spending coronavirus relief funds on a giant squid statue that cost nearly $250,000 in a controversial bid to boost post-pandemic tourism.
Airplane meals may be infamous for a lot of reasons, but have you ever missed travels so much you crave for those in-flight meals? That’s exactly what frequent flyer Nik Sennhauser did when he recreated his favorite airplane meals.
Surfers in the coastal Australian town of Byron Bay staged a “paddle out” protest Tuesday as locals rally against a planned Netflix reality show some say could attract hordes of “vacuous” Instagram tourists to their beachside paradise.
The chief of the International Air Transport Association on Tuesday said airlines are suffering a “scam” as pricey coronavirus tests are required of people travelling to Britain.
Several hundred people have already booked their tickets and begun training for a spectacular voyage: a few minutes, or perhaps days, in the weightlessness of space.
“Men in Black” rides and “Jumanji” water slides are some of the star attractions of a theme park being jointly built in Thailand by Sony as the tech giant seeks to broaden its entertainment offerings.
It’s Tokyo, but unlike you’ve ever seen it before — a miniaturized 1:1,000 scale version of one of the world’s biggest capitals, displaying everything from sea levels to population densities.