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  1. Kerala, India travel guide

    Far from the madding crowds: Why Kerala makes a great year-end destination

    South India’s most serenely beautiful state offers travellers a soul-soothing amble a world away from the frenzy of the rest of the country. Here ...
  2. White Island volcano erupts New Zealand

    Commentary: Why were tourists allowed to visit New Zealand's White Island volcano?

    The adrenaline rush is paramount for thrill-seeking tourists, but they don’t seriously want to be at risk of injury or loss of life, says the ...
  3. Students stage a rally to call for political reforms outside City Hall in Hong Kong

    Commentary: Are Hong Kong protests taking a toll on the city’s businesses?

    With no end in sight to the protests, employers are ramping up measures to protect their staff, says Lee Quane.
  4. Bridge fall Johor

    Grappling with trash and ailing infrastructure, can Kukup bring back the tourists?

    Once a go-to destination for weekend getaways, Kukup has become less popular as visitors prefer other destinations in Johor.
  5. Phuket tourism

    Phuket already bursting at the seams but more tourists on the way

    Thailand's popular resort island Phuket may struggle to keep up with an expected influx of tourists in the coming years, with its current ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Champions League - Paris St Germain Training

    Football: Rwanda signs deal with Paris St Germain to promote tourism

    Rwanda signed a deal on Wednesday with French soccer club Paris St Germain to promote tourism in the east African nation, its second such ...
  7. Prolonged Hong Kong unrest hits tourism industry | Video
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    Prolonged Hong Kong unrest hits tourism industry | Video

    Hong Kong’s tourism sector is struggling to stay afloat, despite a large cash injection from the government that's meant to help local tour guides ...
  8. Tourists with penguins in Antarctica

    In Antarctica, tourists swim among penguins

  9. HK retailers struggle to stay afloat due to unrest | Video
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    HK retailers struggle to stay afloat due to unrest | Video

    Retail sales, food and beverage, and the tourism sector are among the first casualties since the mass protests began in Hong Kong. Local ...