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Closing Time: one last staycation at the InterCon

By Nickky Faustine P. de Guzman WITH THE HOLIDAYS and the long weekends coming, now is the best time to book a staycation at InterContinental...

Sundown Singapore

AMONG the ranks of Asia’s powerhouse players, Singapore is often depicted as the squeaky clean poster girl for gleaming glass modernity, priggish protocol and...

Kids Korea

Text and Photos by Cecille Santillan-Visto WHEN TRAVELING with kids overseas, there are three main factors to consider — enough interesting sites to visit and...

Fit for a King

By Victoria Mendoza Fritz OURS is a land of kings. But who knew that? Antonio Pigafetta did, apparently. In entry after entry of his diary, as...

China’s new glass bridge tests courage of tourists

PINGJIANG, CHINA  — China’s first glass suspension bridge, which dangles 180 meters over a canyon in the central Hunan province, has excited — and...

Pink lake, treehouses and African beats in Senegal

By Makini Brice LAC ROSE, SENEGAL — Approaching Senegal’s sand dune-flanked Lac Rose, overcast skies hid the sun and, at first, obscured the vibrant pink...

Around the world at the Milan Expo

By Cathy Rose A. Garcia THERE WAS just one reason why I wanted to go to Milan this summer -- the world’s fair, called Expo...

Korea: ready for travelers

By Zsarlene B. Chua “KOREA TOURISM is back to normal,” was the first line in the statement released by the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) during...

Sea to summit

MOUNTAINS AND SEAS are the country’s top eco-tourism drawers for both mountaineers and beach lovers. Over at Agusan del Norte, its capital, the City...