Travelers who are looking for an adventure will now have a chance to discover new locations in Japan for free.
In a bid to promote the less-visited parts of the country, Japan Airlines (JAL) is set to give away 50,000 free round-trip air tickets to international tourists this summer.
An elephant nursery is under fire for its practice of breeding baby elephants into captivity and forcing them to become money-making performers for tourists.
Pictures and videos captured by animal rights organization Moving Animals show how trainers mistreat the baby elephants at Maesa Elephant Nursery in northern Thailand by pulling their delicate ears.
A video of rowdy Chinese tourists visiting Beijing zoo has gone viral for the awful behavior they exhibited, throwing rocks at a resting giant panda inside an enclosure on Saturday.
The clip, which first circulated on Chinese social media, shows a giant panda named Meng Da resting inside its enclosure when suddenly a rock comes flying towards the unsuspecting animal. Luckily, the animal was not injured during the incident.
Three foreigners who took a swim in a lake at a local nature park on Wednesday have enraged Chinese netizens after a video of the incident surfaced online.
In the video that has gone viral on Beijing Time, the group was seen playing around in the water at Nanhai Bay Forest Ecological Park in Foshan, Guangdong province.
Thailand served five tons of mango sticky rice to 10,000 Chinese tourists on Sunday.
The feast, held at the 150,000-square-meter Impact Lakeside event space in the Pak Kret district of Nonthaburi++, broke the Guinness World Record for the largest serving of the popular Thai dessert locally known as khao neeo mamuang.
A couple of Chinese tourists are being praised online after they helped apprehend three robbers using their martial arts skills during a trip to St. Petersburg, Russia.
A group of Filipinos visiting China were reportedly scammed into purchasing expensive jewelry which turned out to be fake.
The group of tourists, which recently visited Beijing, spent 1 million Philippine pesos ($19,058) for the counterfeit items.
A video taken from Lipe Island in Thailand showing the rare occurrence of four simultaneous waterspouts is going viral.
The event, which happened at around 10 a.m. on Nov. 25, was captured on film from the popular tourist destination in Satun province, Thailand.
What do Chinese people think of stereotypes that others hold about them?
In a new video, YouTube channel Asian Boss took to the streets of Shanghai to find out just that — and heard interesting responses that might just put some of such stereotypes to rest.
Angry villagers living near a famous tourist spot in Yunnan, China engaged in a brawl against some Chinese tourists they caught littering in the area.
Locals were reportedly angered after they discovered that the tourists were throwing shells of their melon seeds into the clear waters of Lugu Lake last Friday.
In a bid to keep unruly visitors from causing damage to a land formation, administrators at a geopark in China have decided to install some unsightly, yet effective, metal spikes.
The land formation, which has the appearance of a peacock, is one of the star attractions at the Dunhuang Yardang National Geopark in Gansu province.
A 1 yuan ($0.15) lunch project at a tourist spot in Luoyang, Henan province, China went better than expected after it earned more money than the number of people it served.
During the Golden Week holiday in China, the Laojun Mountain National Geological Park decided to offer meals to tourists that consist of a noodle soup, a steamed bun, and a sausage all for the price of 1 yuan, according to The Paper as translated by Shanghaiist.