Railway enthusiasts with a taste for nostalgia will soon be able to indulge their Orient Express fantasies.
From next year only five-star hotels will be granted licences.
Each morning, buses and auto-rickshaws heave tourists away from the sugar-soft beaches of India's Goa state and inland toward Old Goa.
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It is easy to fall in love with South Korea’s people and food, but it is difficult to forget its painful history, writes Carol Campbell.
Prayer rooms and halaal-certified whale meat are appearing in Japan as it wake up to the demand from Muslim travellers.
These amazing pictures show Himalayan villagers in a colourful Buddhist festival that bring happiness to the world.
The hometown of Art Of War author hopes to become tourist centre, writes Kazuhiko Makita.
Th city-state is mounting a drive in China to market itself as a standalone tourism destination.
Siam Reap's 'orphanages' attract Western university students who arrive during what is actually low season for visitors.
Japan is considered one of the most high-tech countries in the world, but it lacks wifi hotspots for tourists. This will soon change.
Tokyo's status as one of the world's clubbing capitals looks set to survive a potentially ruinous police crackdown on - of all things - dancing.
The building's stone has darkened more and more through years of exhaust fumes and visitors touching it.
Flames dance out of cracks in its floor and around the sides, and a burning blast of air emanating from the pit shifts with the wind.
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