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Airbnb has shut down bookings in Beijing as the deadly coronavirus has sparked global travel alerts. The homesharing site has been... Read More

Here in the year 2020, “the best underwater hotels around the world” is a real subject and not futuristic hypothesizing. Over the past few years, top... Read More

This article was originally published by BusinessInsider.com.On Tuesday, Hilton CEO Chris Nassetta announced on an earnings conference call with... Read More

The number of Americans diagnosed with coronavirus has reached 13 as the death toll in China has exceeded 1,000.The American patient was diagnosed in... Read More

A team from the World Health Organization (WHO) is finally being permitted to visit China the day after the country saw a record-breaking amount of... Read More

As the death toll from coronavirus has reached over 560 in China, the city of Wuhan is on lock down and has become a chilling place, as the... Read More

This year’s deadly coronavirus outbreak has gripped China, forcing many people to hunker down and stay out of public places during what has... Read More

Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific is asking its 27,000 employees to take three weeks of unpaid leave between March 1 and the end of June, due to a ... Read More

Macau, the world’s gambling capital, will shut down for two weeks as reports of the coronavirus grow.On Tuesday, Macau's chief executive, Ho Iat Seng,... Read More

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread throughout the world, the U.S. has issued new travel advisories to prevent foreign nationals from... Read More

As the deadly coronavirus continues to spread around the world and scientists race to understand it, educating yourself and adopting measures to make... Read More

Several major airlines have cancelled or cut service to China as the coronavirus continues to spread and the number of cases surpass that of the SARS... Read More

On Monday evening, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. State Department relayed a new message regarding the... Read More

The cruise industry has been rocked by the spread of the deadly coronavirus as multiple companies have cancelled upcoming sailings and others struggle... Read More

As the deadly coronavirus continues to sweep through China and spread into the rest of the world,  the U.S. State Department is organizing an... Read More

In the days leading up to the Lunar New Year, cities and businesses across China have canceled their celebrations or temporarily closed due to the... Read More

China recently unveiled a brand-new bullet train, connecting Beijing with the city of Zhangjiakou, where many of the 2022 Winter Olympics events will be... Read More

Harbin, China is considered to be one of the coldest places on Earth. It’s a superlative the city’s 5 million residents don’t take lightly. In fact, for... Read More

The world’s largest-ever river cruise ship is headed to China next year as the country’s cruise industry continues to expand.The Victoria Sabrina, U.S.... Read More

Hong Kong was the most visited city in the world for this year, despite political unrest and massive protests, according to a new report. According... Read More

The first road bridge linking Russia and China is complete following the launch of a natural gas pipeline between the two countries, Reuters... Read More

Bridges aren’t usually the first thing you think of when choosing where to go on vacation, but these often-overlooked passageways can be architectural... Read More

When it comes to skylines, Shanghai knows how to impress. From the Oriental Pearl Tower, which looks like a spaceship with its massive domes, to the... Read More

Whether the culprit is too many tequila shots in Tijuana or a magnum bottle of Cristal enjoyed overlooking the vineyards of Champagne, the aftereffect... Read More

A long-haul flight from the U.S. to Asia can mean cramped leg room and not-so-great food for many travelers who are typically squeezed into too-small... Read More

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