When Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen died earlier this month, his role in creating one of Seattle's major attractions registered only as a footnote.
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A drink or swim on the rooftop of this recent addition to Bangkok's hotel scene is a must.
The Anantara brand is expanding and the Thai chain's owner wanted to create a flagship property in the heart of Bangkok.
A weekend spent inside a shipping container might seem an unpleasant prospect, but Clifftop at Hepburn Springs has turned it into a luxurious experience.
This is my first time flying Airbus' much-vaunted rival to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
Virgin Australia and Etihad passengers may find themselves rubbing shoulders with passengers from other airlines and even (shock, horror) economy class passengers under new lounge arrangements.
The world's longest commercial flight took off from Singapore on early Friday morning for its inaugural, 19-hour trip.
Air New Zealand offers everything you could want in a premium economy cabin, but choose your row carefully.
If you're someone who enjoys tuning into new and classic music through Qantas' in-flight entertainment system, it turns out you're in a minority.
For me, there's nothing better than finishing up a long day's walk with arriving at a room with a warm, soft bed.
New York is the city that never sleeps and getting sleep can also be a challenge for visitors - because there's simply too much to do.
No, it's not Boaty McBoatface's larger sister.
There's wild land and wildlife to be found around – and under – San Francisco's iconic bridge.
There's now a hotel in the grounds of Graceland, home of the king of rock'n'roll.
One country, surrounded by conflict, remains blissfully peaceful and safe - and is enjoying a boom in tourist numbers.