Articles By M. Johanson
The China-Philippines South China Sea dispute may have a devastating effect on the Philippines’ vital tourism industry after China issued a travel warning last week.
Panamanian fisherman Adrian Vazquez has sued Princess Cruises for failing to rescue him and his now-deceased companions after a ship passed by when they were stranded at sea.
Exploring the relationship between visuals and social issues, French creative team J.R. and Cuban-American artist Jose Parla have transformed the streets of Havana with absorbing murals for the Havana Biennial.
It was to be the first purpose-built retreat center for inhabitants of the world’s largest country, but plans for the £50m ($80m) Chinese holiday village in Wales were dealt a blow recently after inspectors deemed the design “inappropriate.
After a year on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, Marilyn Monroe is headed west -- one piece at a time.
British teenager Hannah Thomas-Jones died on Sunday after apparently breathing in fumes from a disposable barbecue left inside her tent at a campsite in central England.
The PlanetSolar catamaran became the first vehicle to circumnavigate the globe using solar energy on Friday when it pulled into Monaco after 19 months at sea.
Tightrope walker Nik Wallenda announced on Wednesday that he would attempt to cross the famed Niagara Falls on June 15.
The winners of the 2012 Webby Awards were announced on Monday and Kayak took top honors in the travel categories.
On Tuesday, TripAdvisor released its 2012 Travelers' Choice Destinations awards honoring 440 destinations in 37 markets.