Engineers on the £116-million project are even simulating the ship's collision with an iceberg using light and sound effects.
Travellers are 'easy targets' for online financial crime when abroad, report shows.
A theme park in southwest Japan has caused public outrage after it displayed about 5 000 frozen fish in the ice at its skating ring.
More than a city, Cape Town is a narrative expressed by its inhabitants, says Enver Duminy.
Airplane travel is a routine part of athletes' lives. But when something goes awry, sports fans and the families of those lost never forget.
Interjet has launched a campaign after an eight-year-old mixed-breed female dog apparently escaped her cage and got lost at Mexico City's airport.
Klosters offers those simply seeking rest and relaxation a quiet sense of tranquillity not found in many glitzier, more crowded Alpine resorts.
About 20 people working in the tourism sector were awarded certificates after three months intensive training in Mandarin.
Joburg Tourism launches three-day experience to explore the city and discover some of the many attractions that are on offer.
Australia's Dreamworld theme park, where four people were killed on a ride last month, will reopen on December 10.
The arithmetic of air crashes is awful. But compared with almost every other form of transport, aviation is extremely safe, says Simon Calder.
Zanzibar's colonial past and European and Arab influences are still evident, writes Kashiefa Ajam.
Since independence, Barbados has built its prosperity largely on tourism, establishing itself as a favourite Caribbean destination.
Chasing down this work - a rock - is not for the casual tourist. You need to be hardcore obsessed with conceptual art.
Planning a 12-day jaunt around British Columbia with an 11-year-old in tow wasn't that hard for Julia Duin.