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Tough Times for Tokyo Hotels
April 11, 2011
Tough Times for Tokyo Hotels
The earthquake and ongoing nuclear scare have created a dire situation for Japan’s hospitality sector.
Tough Times for Tokyo Hotels
February 21, 2011
Asia’s Airports Soar
Judging by recent rankings, airport operators in the West might have a thing or two to learn from their Asian cousins.
Asia’s Airports Soar
December 27, 2010
Sapporo, Japan: Worth a Visit
This often forgotten Japanese city to the north is surprisingly modern, friendly and design-savvy — and well worth a visit.
Sapporo, Japan: Worth a Visit
Laos Travel Consequences
October 05, 2010
Laos Travel Consequences
Laos continues to attract more visitors yearly. Will too much tourism lead to exploitation and destruction?
Laos Travel Consequences
Laos on Camera, Camera
September 28, 2010
Laos on Camera, Camera
As tourism surges in Laos, a new documentary explores the phenomenon and its impact.
Laos on Camera, Camera
September 24, 2010
Sri Lanka Rising
A rapidly changing nation, Sri Lanka could soon become a popular travel destination.
Sri Lanka Rising
Philippine Travel Talk
July 14, 2010
Philippine Travel Talk
The country wants to increase ‘quality’ tourism. Does this mean no more backpackers?
Philippine Travel Talk
Vietnam: For Lovers?
June 18, 2010
Vietnam: For Lovers?
The country might well be one of the world’s Top 30 Honeymoon Destinations.
Vietnam: For Lovers?
Vietnam—Popular & Green?
June 01, 2010
Vietnam—Popular & Green?
Not yet a regional heavy hitter, but its tourism seems to be getting big and…green.
Vietnam—Popular & Green?
Boutique-ing Down Under
May 10, 2010
Boutique-ing Down Under
A prominent travel expert explains what boutique luxury hotels have to offer.
Boutique-ing Down Under
‘Bibimbap’ Festival Flair
April 23, 2010
‘Bibimbap’ Festival Flair
Korea’s 2010 Jeonju Film Festival is like the favorite dish: colorful and diverse.
‘Bibimbap’ Festival Flair
Chefs go Cruisin’
April 16, 2010
Chefs go Cruisin’
A new trend has top chefs and luxury cruise liners teaming up on the high-seas.
Chefs go Cruisin’
Chic Travel Guides
April 01, 2010
Chic Travel Guides
A Japan-based travel guide author gives us the scoop on Wallpaper* City Guides.
Chic Travel Guides
November 13, 2009
Adventure Haven
After years of political unrest, the Solomon Islands is now reinventing itself as the ultimate destination for adventure-seekers. Dominic Rolfe explains why travellers who want that extra degree of independence on their holidays should head there
Adventure Haven
Souvenir Ethics Pt. 2: Vietnam, Camouflage, Andy Warhol
October 06, 2009
Souvenir Ethics Pt. 2: Vietnam, Camouflage, Andy Warhol
As mentioned in an earlier post, landmine warnings as t-shirt graphics and child labor-produced Burmese jade goods raise some serious questions about the ethics of ‘souvenir-ing’ in Asia.
Souvenir Ethics Pt. 2: Vietnam, Camouflage, Andy Warhol
May 07, 2009
Destination Abu Dhabi
While Dubai is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates and the best known internationally, Abu Dhabi, the national capital lying 150 km south-west of Dubai, is well on the way to matching the profile of its precocious sibling.
Destination Abu Dhabi
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