Opening its doors to tourism in 2012, Myanmar is still largely undiscovered by mainstream travellers.
With Thailand grieving the death of its beloved king, the famous welcome extended to visitors in the 'Land of Smiles' will be a bit less warm.
Cat lovers danced and played music as they paraded through the neighbourhood of Kagurazaka for the annual ghost cat festival.
Japan has introduced an automatic facial recognition system for foreigners entering the country as part of anti-terrorism measures.
Indonesia's tourism brand wins best destination marketing title after intensive promotional work.
Forget war museums and political monuments, a Pyongyang flying club has started offering flights over some of the city's major sights.
Mongolia aims to attract tourists by rebranding its current tourism based on its rich nomadic culture and heritage.
In a country famous for its tea, the Japanese are increasingly turning to coffee as a quick-fix to help ease the daily grind.
Embassies in Thailand have advised tourists to respect the feelings of the Thai people following the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
After years of abandonment, the ruined Darul Aman palace in Kabul is to be restored.
Indonesia launches tour festival to promote tourism in eastern region.
We take a look at the most opulent options for new hotel stays in Cambodia.
A salt lake in China has become a popular tourist attraction after turning red.
Dramatic footage shows how Mount Barujari spews a column of massive ash by up to 2km to the sky.
Bagan is home to more than 2 000 ancient Buddhist monuments that are among Myanmar's most venerated religious sites.