Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, various airlines have started coming up with creative ways to use their grounded planes.
Anyone willing to pay $540 for a first-class dining experience can look into Japanese airline All Nippon Airways’s latest offer, which lets diners eat on a grounded Boeing 777 at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, BBC reported.
A man from Chongqing, China has amassed millions of likes on Chinese social media for posting videos of himself across the country with his cat companion.
Xiaojie is inseparable from his 1-year-old cat, Duoduo. He wanted to show his companion how big the world is and to share some experiences, the owner told South China Morning Post.
A Chinese woman who has been making money off the incessant flight delays in China was arrested by local authorities.
Identified only by her surname Li, the 45-year-old woman from Nanjing purportedly got rich off local flights taking off late, reports Shanghaiist.
In an attempt to boost tourism in Japan, the country’s tourism agency announced a $12.5 billion plan to subsidize a portion of foreign traveler’s expenses, Forbes reports.
When this is happening: Hiroshi Tabata of the Japan Tourism Agency told a news conference last Wednesday that the program could begin as early as July if the COVID-19 cases continue to subside, according to Japan Times.
A woman was stranded during her trip to China after AT&T mistakenly reported her device as stolen.
Brenda Chinn, of San Francisco, was overseas when AT&T cut her connection to everyone back home except for her daughter, according to ABC7.
Vietnam has opened its second glass bridge, offering the public an awe-inspiring view of O Quy Ho Mountain Pass and the fabled Hoang Lien Son range.
Situated on top of the mountain pass in northern Lai Chau province, the 60-meter-long, five-meter-wide glass bridge stretches 600 meters above ground and some 2,200 meters above sea level.
A Taiwanese YouTuber has embarked on a quest to visit the island’s remaining allies — countries that continue to recognize it as the “one true China” amid Beijing’s growing influence in the global arena.
At present, only 17 states recognize Taiwan over mainland China after El Salvador severed diplomatic ties in favor of Beijing back in August.
Americans who travel to China may be detained without warning and cause while traveling to the People’s Republic of China in a recent travel advisory from the U.S. State Department.
This is a level two advisory that pushes for increased caution that include other countries such as France, Germany and Denmark.
More than a year after Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared Mosul liberated from the Islamic State (ISIS), one San Francisco man set his sights on visiting the war-torn city.
The bodies of thousands of civilians and militants can still be found buried underneath the rubble of bombed-out buildings throughout Mosul, where Ding Liu, who calls himself “a normal traveler,” stayed for two days in November.
A Singaporean journalist went on a trip to Bhutan last year to find peace and ended up finding love as well.
Writing in her blog, Karen Lim recently shared her trip to Bhutan in 2017 and how she ended up marrying her Bhutanese tour guide a year later.
Where does your mind jump when you think of an Asian travel blogger or “Asian tourist”?
Selfie sticks, bus tours, peace signs, and giant DSLRs, maybe? Google Images just about summarizes it…
Chinese President Xi Jinping declared the opening of the world’s longest sea bridge on Tuesday, state news Xinhua reported.
The megastructure, which cost $20 billion and nine years to build, connects the territories of Hong Kong and Macau, as well as the city of Zhuhai in mainland China’s Guangdong province.