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Which nations in Europe have people who are more prone to travel overseas?
In Kyrgyzstan, you can ride an unruly horse into pristine alpine meadows and mountains, while slathering your bread with lots of fresh cream.
Penang is set for a progressive, creative, sustainable, prosperous and empowered society. But a seamless and accessible public transport system is crucial.
It was an eye-opening experience for our writer on her first ever cruise.
A reader is impressed and enthralled by the diplomatic city of Geneva.
THE busiest airport in the world is the latest to roll out a dedicated sleeping lounge that will soon allow international flyers to get some shut-eye before boarding on the next leg of their trip.
If you’re big time into roller coasters and the taller and scarier the better then best make plans to head to Orlando.
Our country’s tourism promotional video is gaining attention on the awards circuit.
Tourism Malaysia’s promotion is gaining momentum in China despite recent hiccups.
Rising interest from long-haul travellers paints positive picture for the country’s tourism industry.
From taxi tips to cheap pints, here are some useful advice for backpacking on a limited budget in Southeast Asia.
An exciting journey of culture and history awaits visitors to Catalonia.
Who are the most generous – and who are the stingiest – tippers?
The promise of moderate hikes and easy highway access draw adventure enthusiasts to a 3500km mountain trail path from Georgia to Maine in the United States.
Despite gasping for breath and freezing even in her sleeping bag, one intrepid Malaysian lady still thinks that climbing Kilimanjaro is easier than taking care of two kids.
MAS' inspiring tweets move many
MAS still the preferred choice with minimal cancellations
Interest in Malaysian travel up
Making Penang more liveable
Malaysian pull for Chinese tourists
Trotting through the Alps of Central Asia
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