See photos of the grand opening of The Villas at Disneyland Hotel

While primarily a Disney Vacation Club property, non-members can book stays at the Villas at Disneyland Hotel if rooms are available.

EXPOSED: Paranoid Putin’s secret seaside ‘fantasy palace’ has armed divers

Explore Vladimir Putin's official and unofficial residences, from the Grand Kremlin Palace and Constantine Palace to his clandestine mansions on the Black Sea coast and Lake Valdai

Fascinating Facts About Canada You Probably Didn't Know

More than just mountains and moose, Canada is a fascinating country.

Do you dare drive this list of the highest roads in the world?

Nature presents us with some formidable obstacles, not least the incredible mountain ranges found scattered across the world. These precipitous and often remote regions are some of the most inaccessible on the planet. But even here you can find roads that climb the steepest of slopes to conquer the tallest of peaks. Indeed, these high altitude mountain passes represent some of the greatest engineering achievements of the modern age—and a motoring challenge that tests even the most daring and experienced of drivers. So, what are the highest points on Earth accessible by car? Click through and take the high road!

A Miracle At Sea: Dolphins save long-distance swimmer from shark attack

30 pilots depart from Bamboo Airways

Bamboo Airways, the third-largest airline in Vietnam, finds itself amidst a turbulent phase with reportedly around 30 foreign pilots - over 10 per cent of its total - resigning, anonymous sources revealed. Alleged delays in salary payments over the last two months were cited as a critical driver behind this exodus, according to information acquired by Reuters. This development mirrors the ongoing structural reshuffle within the organisation...

SATS opens Premier Check-in Lounge in Changi Airport Terminal 2

The new check-in lounge can accommodate up to 20 passengers. SATS, an SG-based provider of gateway services and food solutions, has opened its new Premier Check-In Lounge at Terminal 2 of Changi Airport. Starting 5 October 2023, the check-in lounge will serve an expanded range of airlines including Air India, Lufthansa, Swiss International Air Lines, Ethiopian Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, and All Nippon Airways. The lounge expects a daily...

The top 10 underrated places to explore in Poland

Poland is known for its many tourist attractions, from the Tatra Mountains near Zakopane, to the cities of Krakow, Warsaw, Gdansk, and Wroclaw, and the salt mines of Wieliczka. However, few people know of the other hidden wonders of Poland that are worth exploring. In this gallery, we'll show you the top 10 underrated places to explore in Poland, and why you should visit them when you have a chance. Ready then? Click on!

Wellness tourism: tips to improve physical and mental health

Celebrities killed in air crashes

Sadly, plane crashes are more frequent than we would like to think, especially when it comes to the small private planes and helicopters often used by the stars. Many fatal flights have claimed the lives of renowned celebrities and public figures. Explore the gallery below to learn about the stars who tragically died in air crashes.

Walt Disney's dark side

Disney has come a long way since its founding a hundred years ago. Nonetheless, it is important to understand the individual responsible for bringing Mickey Mouse to life. Revered as "Uncle Walt" by many, Walt Disney holds a special place in the hearts of countless individuals worldwide. Others, however, thought he was a living nightmare. Explore the enigmatic aspects of Walt Disney by clicking through this gallery.

Did you know the US government is hiding a secret airline?

Did you know that the US government operates a top-secret airline called Janet? The airline tends to fly under the radar, even though it operates out of commercial airports. However, if you've never noticed the discreet, unmarked aircraft fleet, you're not the only one. Janet's operations and the activities of the passengers it transports are highly classified, but take a look at what is known about the airline in the following gallery.

Why we should care about the rhinoceros

The rhinoceros is one of the largest animals on Earth. It's also one of the most critically endangered. There are currently less than 27,000 of these magnificent creatures left in the wild, with a subspecies, the northern white rhino, sadly set for extinction. Poaching and habitat loss are the principal causes behind the rhino's alarming decline. But public awareness initiatives are helping to publicize the vital work undertaken by conservation organizations based in Africa and Asia in helping to safeguard rhinos and expand their populations. So, how much do you know about this extraordinary animal? And why has it been hunted so mercilessly? Click through and find out why we should care about the rhinoceros.

Save these terrific tips for your next picnic

When the sun comes out, there’s nothing better than putting together a picnic basket and eating outdoors. We've rounded up some of the best tips and tricks.

Saboteurs just blew up a very rare Russian airplane

Who was Prince Alemayehu, and why does Buckingham Palace refuse to return his body?

Buckingham Palace issued a statement declining the request for the remains of Prince Alemayehu to be returned to his homeland of Ethiopia in 2023. The prince, who was brought to the UK in the 1800s as a seven-year-old orphan, died at the age of 18 and is currently buried in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But how much do we know about the Ethiopian prince, and why is Buckingham Palace refusing to comply with Ethiopia's request? In this gallery, we explore the story of Prince Alemayehu and how he ended up living and dying on British soil. Click on to discover more about this fascinating piece of history.

3 attractions to open as part of STB’s new 'Made in Singapore' global campaign

SINGAPORE — Three attractions will be launched as part of a new global "Made in Singapore" campaign by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) to inspire travellers to choose Singapore as their next travel destination. They include: Sentosa Sensoryscape, a day-to-night island walk through the biophilic gardens of Sentosa; a wellness retreat at Raffles Se...

Plane passenger arrested for trying to open jet door in mid air with 180 people onboard

The man, named as Biswajit Debnath, was seated next to the plane's emergency exit. The 41-year-old then allegedly attempted to open it mid-flight.

40 Rare Photos of the Kennedys' Personal Life—From Vacations to Time at Home

The snapshots with Caroline and JFK Jr. are the best. As far as America's most famous families go, it's hard to measure up to the Kennedys, the closest thing the United States has ever had to a royal family. But even with the presidential campaigns, celebrity romances, and new generations, it seems that what fascinates us the most about the Kennedys is their lifestyle. That's especially true about the "Camelot" years, when John F. Kennedy, his wife, Jackie, and their young kids, Caroline and John F. Kennedy Jr., lived in the White House. More than 60 years later, we still love to talk about them—specifically what they wore, where they vacationed, and how they spent their days in the '50s and '60s. Scroll through to see rare photos of JFK, Jackie, and the Kennedy family—from quiet moments on the Kennedy Compound and time spent with their pony, Macaroni, to life in the White House.

Aerials show overturned bus after rolling into ditch on New York highway

A bus carrying members of a high school marching band on a trip to a music camp ran off a highway and tumbled down a steep ravine in New York state killing two people and injuring dozens of others, several of them severely.

The Most Iconic Photos of the Spanish Royals Through the Years

The Spanish royal family is on their annual summer vacation in Mallorca.

Glamping Is the Best Way to Experience the Outdoors in Style

Outdoor living can be fancy, too.

The largest nations without landmarks or essential infrastructure

Some of the largest countries in the world can also be the smallest. It all depends on what you're measuring a nation against. For example, Saudi Arabia is the biggest country in the world without a river. But it's not the biggest country on the planet per se. In this quiz, we take a look at some contradictions using countries that are the largest and second-largest on the planet depending on a certain characteristic. Confused? Sit back, click through, and all will become clear. Probably...

Disturbing animal facts that will creep you out

The world is full of fascinating animals that have unique characteristics. Some just happen to be pretty terrifying and strange! From eating their own eggs to cannibalism, these animals have some creepy behaviors that will make you cringe, and possibly never put your foot out in the wild ever again... Dare to discover some disturbing animal facts? Then check out this gallery for more.

This Newfound Prehistoric Relic Is Older Than Archaeologists Even Thought Possible

The world's oldest known wooden structure, plus more extraordinary ancient discoveries uncovered recently.

NYC is sinking: NASA found 'hotspots' that are dipping at faster rates

A runway at LaGuardia Airport and Arthur Ashe Stadium are sinking up to 0.18 inches per year compared to the average 0.06 inches New York City dips each year.

22 Adults-Only Resorts for a Well-Deserved Vacation

These romantic retreats have everything you need—except children.

The 14 Most Luxurious Hotels in Miami

From beachside concerts to a neon-lit bowling alley, these are the ultimate oasis spots under the Miami beach sun.

Record-Breaking Tourist Attractions From Around The World

From super-sized natural wonders and man-made marvels to some of the weirdest, creepiest and teeny-tiniest sights, we take a look at some of the best record-breaking attractions around the world.

Your Guide to the Best of Miami

Here's what to eat, drink, and do in the Magic City. If you thought Miami, Florida was all fun and sun, you were absolutely right. The South Florida city is home to miles of beach, hot temperatures year-round, and an epic nightlife—but there's even more to Miami than meets the eye. This destination is also home to award-winning bars, Michelin-starred restaurants, and hotels that are among the most lavish in the country. Ready to experience Miami for yourself? Don't miss out on these experiences in the Magic City.

10 items you can take to the rubbish tip – and 5 you can’t

From tip etiquette to the dos and don'ts of going to the dump, this guide will help you safely – and legally – dispose of your household waste

Mysterious spinning ufo spotted in sky hovering over mountain in Argentina

A mysterious spinning 'UFO' has been spotted in the night sky by a stunned local.

Airport official allegedly swallows passenger’s $300

PHILIPPINES: An airport worker in the Philippines was recently caught on security camera footage allegedly swallowing money from a traveller’s wallet. The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Manila has been getting much attention after security footage featuring an airport official was circulated online. The clip showed the Office for Transportation Security (OTS) worker allegedly […] The post Airport official allegedly swallows...

Vietnam’s answer to Angkor Wat is a less grand but newly restored ancient Hindu temple complex near Hoi An that was seat of the Champa kingdom

My Son, a cluster of towers in what was the seat of the Champa empire, has been spruced up, its crumbling towers fortified and intricate Hindu carvings cleaned Authorities hope visitors to nearby tourist hub Hoi An will also be drawn to the Unesco World Heritage site, with English tours and audio guides available At the foot of a steep peak, red-br...

North America’s Most Vexing Shipwrecks. What EXACTLY Happened Here?

We've rounded up the most intriguing sunken vessels all over North America, plus the stories behind how they met their ends.

These Extraordinary Photos Capture Australia’s Undeniable Wild Side

Our fave shots from the most recent Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year awards.

20 unforgettable travel destinations in the Pacific

These are the most terrifying places in the world

Many of us possess a sense of adventure, a yearning perhaps to travel to places remote and untouched or destinations nearer to home that are unusual and set well under the tourist radar. But would you ever consider visiting anywhere that had a disturbing or terrifying reputation, or was imbued with a history so alarming and mystifying that few would ever dare follow in your footsteps? It takes an intrepid explorer to answer in the affirmative, but the rewards can be inspiring and actually quite educative! So, are you ready to be frightened? Click through and start mapping out a route to malevolence.

Celebrities who were found dead in hotels

Quirky things you can only find in Japan

Japan is a fascinating country, but a culture shock can be experienced by visitors, especially those traveling from the West. Indeed, the Land of the Rising Sun is more than what one could hope for, and then some! Some ideas, concepts, and customs are indeed fascinating, and in this gallery we bring you a glimpse into the quirkiness you can expect when visiting Japan. Click through to discover them.

Style or Function? Experts Pick the Best Luggage Brands for 2023

We travel a lot, so we wondered recently if we were getting all we could out of our usual road-trip luggage. To find out, we turned to the style and product experts at Esquire and Good Housekeeping for advice on the best luggage brands.

Which countries have the most billionaires?

The UK from above: the best drone photography

These days drone photography is growing increasingly popular. The ability to take aerial photos used to be just for those with access to a plane. Now, anyone with a drone can do it. Take a look at the following gallery to see some of the best drone photography of the UK.

Art Trail #01 Travel & Workshop held at Ana Mandara Villas Dalat

Ana Mandara Villas Dalat is delighted to introduce the captivating and unmissable event, Art Trail #01 – Travel & Workshop, which provides the public with a creative art experience. Art Trail #01 – Travel & Workshop occurs at Ana Mandara Villas Dalat On September 18, Annam Gallery and Ana Mandara Villas Dalat Resort & Spa kicked off their Art Trail #01 – Travel & Workshop with the mission to inspire young artists. Organised by the Lan Tinh...

The rich, star-studded legacy of French-American heritage

Though France and the US can seem worlds apart, and many Americans still find the majority of Europe's quirks to be bizarre, the two countries are actually quite closely linked. The history of French-American culture can still be felt today, as France was a supporter of the US from the very beginning. The years of influence ring out in art, culture, cuisine, architecture, urban planning, and even in some of the most famous people in the country. Click through to look back on some historic moments that solidified the friendship between the two countries, and see which American celebrities are actually of French descent.

25 Secret Santa Gifts Under $25 Anyone Would Be Delighted to Receive

Get ready to win the holidays.

Balance sought over port fee privileges

Small-scale seaports up and down Vietnam may miss out on the benefits of a price hike in container handling services. Vinamarine believes a hike in container handling fees takes regional competitiveness into account, photo Le Toan The Vietnam Maritime Administration (Vinamarine), under the Ministry of Transport, has proposed an increase of 10-20 per cent in container handling fees at seaports. The draft circular aims to replace Circular...

Hotel boom in Singapore as Asia’s wealthiest bring in S$6billion in investments amid post-Covid travel surge

SINGAPORE: More money is flowing into Singapore from some of Asia’s wealthiest. These high-net-worth individuals are boosting their investments in hotels amid a surge in travel after years of pandemic restrictions, reports Forbes. Among the billionaires who are bringing in big bucks are Sukanto Tanoto from Indonesia and Pansy Ho from Hong Kong. Forbes added […] The post Hotel boom in Singapore as Asia’s wealthiest bring in S$6billion in...

New Gardens by the Bay flora display aims to unravel the authentic soul of Mongolia

SINGAPORE — The Mongolian community in Singapore has been eagerly anticipating the launch of the "Chrysanthemum Charm" floral display at the Gardens by the Bay,which opens on Friday (29 September). They are hoping that the display, which will be hosted at the popular attraction until 13 November, will illuminate their rich heritage while addressing...

No-Go Areas Across The World Where People Fear To Tread

No man's lands across the world, from Chernobyl to the Cyprus Buffer Zone.