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y express the culture of each country, city, or region.The list was curated by James Beard Award-winning writer Besha Rodell, who has been reporting on... Read More

Korean beauty (or K-Beauty) remains one of the buzziest skincare movements in the world for its emphasis on pioneering ingredients and regimented... Read More

I recently went on a trip to Los Angeles with a friend, and after just one day and night together my voice was starting to give out. We were talking... Read More

Airports are often the places where a traveler gets their first impression of a country. Delicious dining options are remembered fondly, for example.... Read More

Some people embrace artificial intelligence – others fear it. But at one museum in South Korea, everyone can marvel at it.The new Robot Science Museum ... Read More

A mom with a baby handed out 200 pairs of ear plugs to her fellow passengers on a flight, and the act has sparked an internet debate.Many travelers... Read More

Spring is always the best time to see flowers and trees blossom, but there are few sights that compare with seeing cherry blossom trees in full bloom.In... Read More

Having a nice drink at a cafe is a great way to spend the afternoon, but it’s even better when the menu also includes a friendly animal companion like a... Read More

An icon’s work is never done.Over the past few years, the Boeing 747 — the original “jumbo jet” — has been disappearing from the skies. And airlines... Read More

Robots are taking over.Starting this month, robots will invade Seoul’s Incheon International Airport. The robots will drive themselves around the... Read More

Solo travel is becoming an increasingly popular choice for travelers, according to data from Airbnb.The home booking site revealed that the... Read More

This story originally appeared on BusinessInsider.com. The South Korean capital of Seoul recently completed a massive urban garden that rivalsthe... Read More

If you're looking to truly feel like you're walking on air, head to Seoul. There you'll find the world's tallest glass-bottomed observation deck. ... Read More

A new study by the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy found that Paris is city most accessible via public transit... Read More

There's perhaps no more efficient way to experience the beauty of South Korea's largest city than to soar high above its busy streets and... Read More

Travelers who love sparkle, shine, and utter opulence can now have it all, thanks to the $300,000 Baccarat Heritage Experience. Baccarat, the crystal... Read More

Flights from New York City, San Francisco, and San Jose to Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong, and Taipei are about to go on sale for as little as $399, according... Read More

Wondering how to spend your Memorial Day weekend? If you're based in San Francisco, we suggest taking a spontaneous trip to Asia. According to The... Read More

Russian climbing duo Vitaliy Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov, members of the aptly-named collective On the Roofs, reached new heights this week,... Read More

Day SpaSouth Korea: People still go to traditional public bathhouses, but today’s mega-spas have taken the scene by storm. My friends and I spend hours... Read More

In the wake of the recent influx of so-called cat cafes—that is, coffee shops where patrons can get cuddly with a feline or two while enjoying their... Read More

Saturday’s season premiere of travel/cooking show Avec Eric promises, above all else, further proof of the boons gleaned from adventure. The Season... Read More

Want to overhaul your diet and exercise regimen? Urban hotels are now offering the kind of diagnostic tools that have traditionally been found at... Read More

Changi Airport, in Singapore, is the 15th busiest airport in the world. It serves more than 51 million passengers a year—about the same as New York City... Read More

“Forty years ago we were still wearing traditional Korean clothes! These days it’s a Uniqlo T-shirt and a Chanel jacket with a Fendi bag. Seoul has... Read More

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