Officials in Kaiping, China, sign US$900 million deal to turn a run-down town into a tourist attraction in the interest of "heritage protection". Many locals refuse resettlement packages, Could this actually be a blessing in distguise?
While Macau continues its cleanup efforts following a devastating typhoon that left several people dead and numerous others injured, the question on everyone’s mind is this: should travelers planning to visit the enclave should postpone their trips?
Flight attendants weigh in on the "who's the worst passenger" debate: Are Hong Kong travelers really the most "frustrating" to deal with? Do they really treat flight cabin crew "like serfs"? Do they really push the call button far too often?
Travel Advice: Chinese feng shui master offers advice on the luckiest travel destinations in the Year of the Rooster according to the Chinese Zodiac. Why leave travel to chance?
Anantara Hotels launches luxurious five-star resort in Southwest China’s culturally rich and environmentally spectacular Yunnan Province. There are six food and beverage outlets, a luxurious spa, swimming pools, annd golf
Round Table Discussion: as China becomes an increasingly popular international travel destination, hotel executives discuss if the Chinese tourism industry has a unique selling proposition.and China['s top tourist attractions
Dusit International signs agreement to manage hotel in China’s Anhui province. Scheduled to open in Q4 2019, the Dusit Thani Hot Springs Resort Wanfo Lake is the latest property in the group’s growing collection of Chinese resorts.
The Hong Kong-based hotel group Marco Polo has launched a premium brand targeted at upscale travelers in Greater China. One hotel is already open in Chengdu and four more are under development.
The Dragon Boat Festival is known as the Tuen Ng Festival in Hong Kong. It commemorates the death of Qu Yuan. It will be celebrated at venues across Hong Kong. Here is a schedule of races and celebrations.
Trials and tribulations of traveling by Trans-Siberian Express from Moscow Russia to Beijing China: dealing with foreign languages, strange food, inadequate toilets, cheap vodka, culture shock and cramped cabins.