A brand-new bullet train has entered service in Japan, and not only is it a record-breaker, but it can also operate during an earthquake.
Bali will welcome back visitors from the end of this month even after the resort island reported a four-fold increase in virus cases in June as pressure mounts on authorities to rescue the battered tourism industry.
Calls made for Tasmanian travel to bypass Melbourne, and is there any chance the Spirit of Tasmania could sail to Sydney?
If one picture paints a thousand words in the midst of a pandemic, these indelible images convey a million
Qantas will mark the retirement of the iconic jumbo jet with a series of scenic flights in Australia.
Just four per cent of Australians say they would feel comfortable travelling overseas.
Simon Birmingham has buoyed hopes Australians will be able to fly to New Zealand again by September if the coronavirus flare-up in Victoria is brought under control.
Global tourism revenues will be hit hard by COVID-19 restrictions, with the United States standing to lose the most.
In the Netherlands, people are advised to keep 1.5 metres apart. That rule won't apply to sex workers.
Grey nomads, who are worth about $3.5 billion annually to tourism, are finally on the move.
State borders may be closed and international tourists banned, but when a new hotel is ready, it still needs to open.
Trips abroad are currently all but impossible for residents of Taiwan, but one airport may have come up with a stop-gap solution for those missing the thrill of travel.