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30th anniversary of Tiananmen Square massacre planned in front of LA Chinese Consulate

30th anniversary of Tiananmen Square massacre planned in front of LA Chinese Consulate

What is being called "a commemorative candlelight vigil" to remember the 30th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre will ... Read More

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth hotel celebrates 50th Anniversary of John Lennon & Yoko Ono’s Bed-in for Peace

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth hotel celebrates 50th Anniversary of John Lennon & Yoko Ono’s Bed-in for Peace

From May 26 to June 2, 1969, The Queen Elizabeth hotel welcomed John Lennon and Yoko Ono for their ... Read More

Two Australian Heroes killed when saving a tourist from drowning

Two Australian Heroes killed when saving a tourist from drowning

Tourism and Dairy are popular in  Port Campbell, a coastal town in Victoria, Australia. The town is on the ... Read More

Young elephant shot 13 times: Tourists watched in horror

Young elephant shot 13 times: Tourists watched in horror

Balule Associated Nature Reserve has justified the killing of a young elephant bull in front of tourists as an ... Read More

The pulse of Brexit Britain captured by Martin Parr

The pulse of Brexit Britain captured by Martin Parr

With Britain deeply divided over Brexit, an exhibition by one of the country’s best-known and celebrated photographers, Martin Parr, ... Read More

Short Haul, Easy Travel & Lifetime Experiences is Nepals message to Malaysia

Short Haul, Easy Travel & Lifetime Experiences is Nepals message to Malaysia

Nepal successfully participated in the latest edition of the MATTA Fair held at Putra World Trade Center (PWTC) in ... Read More

Chinese outbound tourists’ favorite activities ranked

Chinese outbound tourists’ favorite activities ranked

While their non-Chinese counterparts trotted along the desert of Egypt, transporting themselves to the ancient days where Pharaohs ruled, ... Read More

Visiting Japan? New guidebook reveals 101 great things such as fascinating toilet facts

Visiting Japan? New guidebook reveals 101 great things such as fascinating toilet facts

Written from over four decades visiting Japan, Mike Raggett’s “101 Great Things about Japan: Anime to Zen - observations ... Read More

Botswana proposes banning hunting and trade as elephant population declines

Botswana proposes banning hunting and trade as elephant population declines

The results of the recent and most extensive elephant population survey of Botswana estimates the country’s population at 126,000 ... Read More

From Kurt Cobain to Soundgarden: Morrison Hotel Gallery kicks off Grunge Month

From Kurt Cobain to Soundgarden: Morrison Hotel Gallery kicks off Grunge Month

Happy Birthday Kurt Cobain! In honor of what would have been Kurt Cobain's 50th birthday, Morrison Hotel Gallery is ... Read More

Paris: Heart and Soul of France

Paris: Heart and Soul of France

  France’s capital is known world-wide as a stunning tourist destination and photo location. With numerous iconic landmarks and ... Read More

Bird species of the Seychelles celebrated in “Seychelles travel book – A Young Ornithologist’s Travel Journal”

Bird species of the Seychelles celebrated in “Seychelles travel book – A Young Ornithologist’s Travel Journal”

Aspiring ornithologist from Acquapendente, Francesco Barberini, aged 11 years old makes the headlines with his third book. The book ... Read More

Renowned country retreat undergoes dramatic transformation

Renowned country retreat undergoes dramatic transformation

Molly and Robert Hardie, owners of Keswick Hall, announced the resort’s multimillion-dollar transformation and partnership with globally renowned Chef ... Read More

Hotel history: Hotel Bossert once owned by Jehovah’s Witnesses

Hotel history: Hotel Bossert once owned by Jehovah’s Witnesses

The Hotel Bossert was built in 1909 by Louis Bossert, a Brooklyn lumber magnate, as a residential hotel in ... Read More

Mekong Tourism launches new visual storytelling campaign

Mekong Tourism launches new visual storytelling campaign

The “Mekong From Above” aerial photo and video contest, the first of its kind in the Greater Mekong Subregion ... Read More

World’s most famous office building launches annual photo contest

World’s most famous office building launches annual photo contest

NEW YORK, NY - Today, the Empire State Building (ESB) launched its annual "My Empire State Building" photo contest, ... Read More

Talking with Guam’s top underwater photographer

Talking with Guam’s top underwater photographer

Guam resident Ernie Collier is a pilot for United Airlines, with a passion for diving and underwater photography. Read More

Russia a new tourism market for Guam

Russia a new tourism market for Guam

VLADIVOSTOK, Russia - Furthering their efforts to grow and diversify Guam’s tourism base, the Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) recently ... Read More

Tourists to be banned from taking photos at National Archives

Tourists to be banned from taking photos at National Archives

WASHINGTON - Tourists will soon be banned from taking photographs or video at the National Archives main exhibit hall ... Read More

Police told to stop questioning people for taking pictures of tourist landmarks

Police told to stop questioning people for taking pictures of tourist landmarks

Police are under strict orders to stop using anti-terror legislation to question and search innocent photographers, after senior officers ... Read More

Hawass denies forbidding tourists from photographing historic sites

Hawass denies forbidding tourists from photographing historic sites

CAIRO - Egyptian Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) Zahi Hawass denied on Monday forbidding tourists ... Read More

Taiwan arrests China tourist for military photos

Taiwan arrests China tourist for military photos

TAIPEI - A Chinese tourist has been arrested in Taiwan, a self-ruled island China claims as its own, accused ... Read More

Police delete London tourists’ photos ‘to prevent terrorism’

Police delete London tourists’ photos ‘to prevent terrorism’

Austrian tourist who photographed bus and Tube stations says 'nasty incident' has put him off returning to London. Read More