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Thailand is a gorgeous country with a diverse natural and archaeological legacy. A tropical climate, white sandy beaches and a vibrant nightlife are all on offer; try diving amid coral reefs and whale sharks at Ko Tao, go jungle trekking in Mae Hong Son or simply party the night away in the bright lights of […]

How Taiwan became Asia's island of industry

How Taiwan became Asia’s island of industry

Despite mounting tensions with China cutting off a major source of travellers, tourist numbers in Taiwan are on the rise. The island nation is now on track to become Asia’s newest and brightest hub for business

Why street food needs saving

Why street food needs saving

As Thai authorities seek to ban food vendors from Bangkok’s streets, gourmands around the world are fighting to preserve traditional roadside cuisine

Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia and one of its most popular destinations for tourists

Indonesia introduces visa-free travel

Amid a backdrop of economic decline, Indonesia is taking bold steps to boost travel to its archipelago, starting with the introduction of visa-free travel

The two-bedroom Premier Suite at Ascott Park Place, Dubai

The Ascott Limited extends its hotel chain to the Gulf

The world’s largest provider of serviced apartments, The Ascott Limited, has recently expanded its services into the Gulf region. Since embarking on this latest chapter, the group has seen promising growth

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. After a series of unfortunate events, the country's tourism sector became very volatile. But with some careful planning policy-makers have been able to boost it substantially

Malaysia gears up for tourism influx

A crisis-stricken 2014 dashed any hopes of a record-breaking year for Malaysia’s tourism industry, but a series of quick-fire strategic changes have handed the country a lifeline

Scenes from the Singapore Grand Prix in 2013. The three-day event has attracted more than 250,000 international visitors over the past seven years

Singapore tourism spurred by sport

The city-state is turning to sporting events to boost tourism after figures for international arrivals fell for the first time since the financial crisis

Destinations such as Cuba, Colombia, Burma, Mexico, Brazil and Jordan have become more popular with tourists as adventure travel rises

Adventure tourism grows in popularity

Adventure travel is booming and the industry is adapting accordingly. Laura French looks at whether this change in approach could spell the death of traditional family holidays

Asia’s big tourism drive

A catalogue of tourism initiatives being launched this year should spur unabated growth in Asia, with many of the region’s emerging markets going head-to-head in an attempt to win over holidaymakers