Bologna's gelato university offers students from all over the world the inside scoop on Italy's favourite treat - just don't call it ice cream, writes Gary Jones.
There's something for everyone in Macau. Here's three ways to get the best out of the city.
A year after opening, Kai Tak Cruise Terminal remains a little-used virtually empty building. While operators are upbeat, sceptics wonder if it will catch on enough to justify the investment,...
The Seto Inland Sea National Park, which celebrates its 80th anniversary this year, offers an island-hopping experience like no other, writes Steve John Powell. Pictures by Angeles Marin Cabello...
Anthony Lark is doing something very luxurious this Sunday afternoon. He's going to see Godzilla in 3-D with his son.
- Yes: 71%
- No: 29%
The former fishing village has a reputation for being a laid-back enclave, but there is a lot more going on there than meets the eye.
Wuyishan in Fujian province offers everything from demanding mountain hikes to serene rafting trips, and is home to some of the world’s most prized tea.
The first world war fallen have not been forgotten in tranquil Ypres, Belgium, the scene of some of the fiercest fighting a century ago, writes Ed Peters.
Cape Town's climate, heritage and terrain may feel familiar to a visitor from Hong Kong, but the South African city looks after them, too. Words and pictures by Martin Williams.
If you like your nightlife weird and wonderful, the Japanese capital has some jaw-dropping options.
The brightly decorated fort town of Mandawa in India's Rajasthan state has been delighting visitors for centuries.
The consequences of an assassination attempt against a senior Nazi in May 1942 still haunt parts of Prague and its surroundings, writes Paul Letters.
Isn't it time you gave Shenzhen another chance? Our noisy neighbour has a lot to offer the weekend visitor.
Ping Chau, a tiny, rugged island in the far northeast of Hong Kong, offers a peaceful respite from the bustle of the city.
Bhutan's Punakha Valley is dotted with references to the Divine Madman and his weapon of mass seduction. Words and pictures by Keith Mundy.
Here are five good ways to sample the gentle charms of Luang Prabang.
Hunting icebergs in Canada's easternmost province is not as easy as it sounds, discovers David Bartram.
Southern Africa's safari camps supply luxurious adventure while helping the 'big five' species stay alive. Story and photography Daniel Allen.
Tai Ping Shan may be the oldest neighbourhood in the city, but after a facelift it looks younger than ever.
In the Canary Islands, time is anything but of the essence, as Tim Pile discovers on a stroll through Fuerteventura and Lanzarote.
Indonesia's Tanjung Puting National Park is a refuge for wild orang-utans. Now is the perfect time to see the rare primates in their jungle habitat.
Reminders of its days as a British military base are not difficult to find on one of the less glitzy islands in the Maldives. Words and pictures by Tim Pile.
Feelings that ordinary residents' interests are being ignored in pursuit of the mainland tourist dollar have not abated in the two years since users of the Golden Forum website raised funds for a...
Linda Charoenlab walks us around her home city and picks out the places where the bright young things spend their time and money.