The once laid-back campus of one of Thailand's top universities is under a security clampdown, but not against a terrorist threat.
Singapore tourism board forced to remove YouTube video designed to promote city-state to Philippine market. [VIDEO]
The city of Kuala Lumpur is fantastic - it simply never sleeps, writes Sameer Naik.
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Taiwan's ambitions to become a regional air hub finally look set to take off.
Officials were persuaded by evidence that the gentle giants known for delighting tourists are worth more alive than dead.
Nepal will enforce tighter controls of climbers on Mount Everest to ensure the world's highest peak is safe.
Destination races are catching on quickly in Asia.
A Japanese bar is suing a website, arguing that unwanted publicity from a review is damaging its reputation of being little-known and hard to find.
Hong Kong Disneyland has said it will build a third hotel in the theme park to meet demand.
The Nepalese government has announced cuts to mountaineering fees aimed at attracting more climbers.
The country has so much to offer that repeat trips are a must, writes Glenn Lewington.
From rooms kitted out like medical clinics to Christmas grottos, Japan's Love Hotels cater to almost every taste.
Tourism bosses from India are not happy with the fact that only about 50 000 South African tourists visit India annually, while more than 100 000 tourists from the subcontinent travel to South Africa.
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