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Best Airline Wines

Flying in economy doesn’t have to mean settling for subpar wines. We turned to T+L’s wine and spirits editor for his picks of what to...

T+L’s Top Travel Tricks 2009

Looking to spend less on airfare or skip a long check-in line? T+L comes on board with our top travel tips.

The Pierre Hotel’s Grand Reopening

The glamour, the power, the history...Manhattan’s Pierre hotel reopens after an ambitious top-to-bottom renovation.

Fine Green China

As capitalism booms across this immense and awakening nation, so too does golf

World's Strangest Laws

Driving shirtless, drinking juice in public, or just forgetting to flush the loo: Here are 10 odd laws that can get you in trouble around...

Taipei, Taiwan Today

In the thriving metropolis that is Taiwan’s capital, T+L finds sophisticated cuisine, highly ambitious architecture, vast stores of Chinese art, and passionate debate about the...

Editor’s Note | December 2008

It’s a strange time in travel—I should know, having spent the past two weeks circumnavigating the globe. Hong Kong was the first stop on my...

Taking Care of Business

Business travel is back: it's projected that U.S. travelers will take 145 million trips for work this year (up 4.6 percent from 2003). Here, 10...

Tipping Points

If you think you've mastered tipping rules, think again. Like any social convention, tipping varies from country to country and changes with the times. Here,...

Hong Kong's Jockey Club East Course

The stirring new Jockey Club East Course sits high above the South China Sea
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