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Davao under martial law

Text and photos by Nickky Faustine P. de Guzman, Reporter WHEN MARTIAL LAW was declared in Mindanao in May, the tourism and hospitality industry in Davao...

Taking in a bit of Korean culture

Text and photos by Cathy Rose A. Garcia, Associate Editor SEOUL — While most tourists flock to shooting locations of Korean dramas or shop for Korean...

Marco Polo’s Hong Kong hotels get an update

THREE Marco Polo hotels in Hong Kong have gotten an update with contemporary lobbies and exteriors, and an additional Continental Club floor of suites. All...

Seeing Seoul with fresh eyes

By Cecille Santillan-Visto KOREA’s ability to offer new sites and experiences even to returning travelers is one of the main reasons it continues to draw...

Business Busan

By Cecille Santillan-Visto BUSAN may well be Korea’s land of festivals with unique celebrations for every season. From the Haeundae Sand Festival, Polar Bear Swim...

Travel in luxury

By Zsarlene B. Chua TRAVELING has become more than just a simple vacation as there are quite a number of people who have made traveling...

Visiting a future city

By Nickky Faustine P. de Guzman Reporter NUVALI revels in nostalgia, but at the same time, it is forward-looking. Its contradictions allow it to look at...

English Heritage staff reveal spookiest landmarks

LONDON -- Ghosts passing through walls, unexplained screams and children’s laughter: staff at the English Heritage conservation agency published a list on Tuesday of...

Golden getaway: cost, safety prompt more Chinese tourists to stay closer...

SHANGHAI – As China’s army of tourists prepares for this week’s “Golden Week” vacation, the hottest destinations aren’t Paris, New York or Tokyo. Instead,...

Chicago is more popular with tourists than ever

By Nikki Ekstein Bloomberg CHICAGO, described by President Trump and others as a hellish, dystopian crime scene akin to a “war-torn nation” and “worse than Afghanistan”...