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By Paul E. Kandarian, Globe Correspondent Vacationing Americans 25 and older will spend $84 billion on hotels this summer, with the average traveler booking a...
Generations of Chinese poets and scroll painters have been seduced by the scenery of Guilin.
Alberto Rizzotti and his son Eric explored Japan. See the photos.
Take a photo tour of India's the commercial center.
The melting pot in Singapore has something for everyone. Take a delectable tour of the city.
A passion for travel writing and English literature led Alexandra Churchill, a junior majoring in journalism at the University of New Hampshire, to Gonville and Caius College at the University of Cambridge in England.
Staying in a mud-brick home in a farming community in Turkey isn't a typical vacation, but for some, that's the appeal.
The government is razing Yue Man Square, an industrial and residential hub, to make way for flats and commercial spaces in a $3.9 billion project, which will affect 5,000 people.
Over the years, the author's family has traveled a lot, the trips always planned by the parents. This time was different: A week in Vietnam and a week in Thailand, all of it planned by their daughter.
Trains cut through the transient, mesmerizing sights of a country going nonstop.
Though the DMZ is considered the most heavily militarized border in the world, it is also a popular tourist attraction.
While parts of Nepal have arguably become too popular, much of Humla is as it has been for centuries.
The Elephant Nature Park is a sanctuary where formerly abused elephants live in a paradise.
After spending nearly two months in Gulmarg Ski Area in Kashmir, India, ski blogger Sam Lozier and his crew are now on their way to Manali.
In Hiroshima, Japan, the legacy of the atomic bomb is never far from people's consciousness.
Despite political upheavals and capitalist makeovers, Russia's charms remain unsullied from 20 years ago.
From fava beans to flea markets, a hands-on immersion in an ancient land brings history alive for young minds.
Of all Ladakh's impressive features—its soaring peaks and desert terrain—none captures the region more completely than its people.
The Boston-based Longjaunt team takes you on a journey through Asia.