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Our columnist, who has decades of experience in tourism, voices his concerns over efforts – or the lack thereof – to revitalise the industry and help workers.
A county in Taiwan is fast making a name for itself as the place to be for agri-tourism.
Today, as countries around the world keep their borders closed to contain the spread of Covid-19, almost all passenger flights have been cancelled with many planes grounded.
Now that the columnist is home safe, he ponders what the future holds for the tourism industry stakeholders in Malaysia.
The columnist recalls being stuck at sea in the Southern Atlantic Ocean as surrounding nations close their borders.
The lure of a cold island in the Antarctica was just too captivating for these intrepid travellers.
Life may not be easy in Lebanon, but the country is moving forward with hope and is safe for travel.
Our well-travelled columnist tries to uncover the secrets of a mysterious kingdom.
Travel and food expert Chua Lam wants people to awaken their five senses
Samarkand was the old city of Central Asia, the crossroads of the ancient silk road. It was a peaceful and thriving city right until the 16th century.