Michelin-starred chefs board Holland America Line

Holland America Line’s revered Culinary Council is tempting guests by introducing new signature dishes and desserts that showcase their unique skills and expertise across 15 of the Line’s ships.

Virtual tourism showing real growth: nDreams

Digital tourism may be looming as the next big thing in tourism, with a recently launched floating archipelago receiving over a million visitors in its first six weeks; more than the Taj Mahal and Lo...

Korea: where yin meets yang (in kim chi)

Marcel Proust once wrote that there is nothing more persistent and vital than smell and taste to “remain poised for a long time, like souls, ready to remind us” of a long distant past.

Caution ahead for hotel flash sale participation

With the recent saturation of daily deal sites into the travel and hospitality market, hotel managers have been warned to assess their participation in flash sales says an industry pundit.

Step back in time in Gyeongju

Old Korea is on show in Gyeongju’s Yangdong Village and Andong’s Hahoe Village, stunning examples of preserved Joseon-era clan townships set in countryside that is simply beyond beautiful.

Day One – Bon Voyage

I admit, when I received the invitation, I was skeptical. There were plenty of reasons to be, after all, or so I thought. As a natural worry-wart, the first things I thought were, would I enjoy crui...

Changi Airport reports record traffic

May 2011 saw an all-time monthly record 24,994 aircraft movements at Singapore Changi Airport, with 3.77 million passengers moving through the Asian hub.

Lady Gaga urges travel to Japan

Last month Forbes magazine dubbed her the most powerful celebrity in the world and Lady Gaga has taken that celebrity power to Japan, urging the world to visit the island nation.

Record orders at Paris Air Show

Airbus set a new record at the 49th Paris Air show after taking orders and commitments for 730 airliners worth an estimated AUD72billion.

Concorde nose cone bought for £100,000

An anonymous London entrepreneur has forked out nearly £100,000 for the nose cone of a British Airways Concorde, with the famous “droop nose” to grace the wall of the property magnate’s house.

Stewards face axe over foul message

Air stewards aboard a Virgin Atlantic flight to Glasgow are in hot water following a mishap which saw an abusive phrase flash up on the television screens of the flight’s premium economy passengers.

Day Two – Discovering Disney Wonder

What a thrill it is not to set your alarm on a weekday. After being rocked to sleep and waking to the gorgeous mountains on the outskirts of Canada, being able to enjoy the ever changing view and se...