Harriet O'Brien takes in the amazing expanse of sand, mountains and sparsely vegetated plains in the Gobi Desert.
Graduates from the Maritime Self-Defense Force take their jobs very seriously...
Helen Grange finds the perfect antidote to this troubled world of ours in the Venice of the East.
At China United, flight attendants clean up inside the plane between flights. That's just one of the many cost-cutting measures employed.
With beauty and variety, it really is no wonder why Bali is one of the most exquisite islands.
Mention ecotours and many people think of locations deep in the mountains. This just isn't the case in Japan.
Richard Waters goes in search of the elusive orangutan in Malaysia's Borneo region.
Chengdu seems to retain its easy balance between old and new, writes Julia Buckley.
Off-season travel to western Chinese provinces has become increasingly popular for Chinese tourists.
Once gleaming white, the dome's marble has been under threat from pollution from the black smoke from a crematorium.
Koichi Saijo visits the northwest edge of the Shakotan Peninsula in Hokkaido, Japan.
Donna Bryson dines with the locals on a visit to Japan.
Seeking something far from the tourist track, remote and untamed, Myrtle Ryan headed for Tajikistan.
A holidaymaker went to drastic lengths to get home after he was separated from his tour group at Beijing's Forbidden City.
Phnom Penh retains the charms of its Cambodian heritage and warmly welcomes tourists, writes Gillian McLaren.