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Know before you go -- what testy, deceitful and placating head cases some user-reviewers can be.
Jordan stars in Hollywood films, not the daily news. That's a good thing.
A Boeing 787 Dreamliner operated by Japan Airlines (JAL) was forced to land prematurely in Hawaii, after pilots shut down one of its engines.
Gem-studded pandas climbing emerald bamboo trees.
A photographer took to an ultra-light aircraft to capture Botswana's savannah from above. The results are amazing.
This has already been the worst year in history for flight cancellations and delays, thanks in part to some pretty bad weather. But what's the true cost of getting stuck at the terminal?
From credit cards to crash test dummies to Concorde, some of the most important advances in travel over the last century.
It's been a while since aerospace dedicated energy to flying past the sound barrier. Now, a few companies are looking into developing supersonic business jets -- one of which is throwing windows out of the equation.
As Paris wraps up its prêt-à-porter shows for the Autumn-Winter 2014/15 collection, young designers from across the globe are hoping to make it up one more rung of a desperately steep ladder.
At Toyota Kaikan, visitors gawk at car guts, admire giant robots and buy boxes of Toyota-themed curry.
Fancy a different face but can't afford to go under the knife? Thailand has launched a contest offering free facial surgery sessions.
Coffee culture has spread across the globe. Here are its touchstone cities.
Fancy a romantic submarine getaway to the bottom of the ocean? You can for £175,000 a night.
Move over Tokyo. Singapore has dethroned the Japanese capital to become the world's most expensive city to live in 2014, according to a new survey.
The Asia Hotel Art Fair turned one Hong Kong property into a contemporary art space with works by a 6-year old artist, Yayoi Kusama and even Picasso.
Sprawled out before us sits the world's biggest building by volume. They make airliners here. Big ones. Let's go see some airplanes.
Tasmania has a surprising share of the world's top-rated single malt whiskeys -- a testament to the island's pristine water, rich barley and highland peat. Here's how to find them.
It's an exclusive holiday home for the rich and famous -- and now billionaire Richard Branson has opened up his private Caribbean Island for a new book by celebrity and fashion photographer Russell James.
Just as pretty on the eyes as they are dramatic on the ears.