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In the tropical morning light, Malaysia's Lake Temengor is a glazed expanse of emerald green, deepened by the dense walls of rainforest surrounding it.
Italy's Cinque Terre coastline has an almost mythic status among travelers -- who hasn't seen photographs of the pastel-colored houses built into rugged cliffs, surrounded by bright blue sea, and fallen instantly in love?
With the world working on a 24/7 clock, the excuse to switch off for those hours spent traveling on a plane for business has gone. In fact, it's become the best time to catch up.
You've battled your way through crowds at check-in and made it through the stress of security. Finally, you see the gleaming doorway to relaxation: It's official, you've made it to the airport lounge.
More than 318 million people visited the National Park Service sites around the United States in 2018, a nearly four percent decrease from approximately 331 million visits in 2017.
A new, faster generation of driverless magnetic levitation trains is set to debut in China as early as 2020, according to state media.
When we hear that an industry is celebrating its 100th anniversary, images of the industrial revolution might spring to mind, with its coal-powered steam machines, railways and chimneys.
There are concerns that cameras installed on inflight entertainment systems could be misused to spy on fliers, but some say these eyes in the sky could be a good thing.
For pet owners, the days of bribing neighbors with wine and chocolates from some far-flung place in return for feeding your pets in your absence are long gone. And this isn't because people are dropping their furry creatures off at a pet "hotel" on their way to the airport.
Delta Air Lines opened what's billed as the largest facility of its kind Thursday, adding a key layer to safe and reliable air travel.
When you're the person who can make the impossible possible, you're going to get some strange requests.
An extraordinarily close encounter between a scientist and a killer whale has been captured on camera.
A look inside Adare Manor, an estate in the Irish countryside that was christened "Hotel of the Year" by the influential Virtuoso network.
Indiana may have been the 19th state to enter the United States, but it took until 2019 for the Hoosier State to get its first national park.
Airbus has announced it is discontinuing production of the world's largest commercial passenger airplane. But there are still plenty of opportunities to fly in an A380 before they go.
Voters in Toledo, Ohio, will decide next week whether to give Lake Erie the kind of rights usually granted to a person.
Aosta Valley Airport in northern Italy has the 10th most scenic airport landing in the world. Which nine airports does PrivateFly rank even higher in its annual poll for beautiful arrivals?
The Airbus A380 might be on the out, but Japanese airline All Nippon Airways (ANA) has just taken delivery of the first of three snazzy new editions of the superjumbo airplane.
Fed up with years of unruly antics and unflattering headlines, spring break destinations across the Southeast US have been cracking down on student partyers.
This year's wildflower super bloom display in Southern California is so breathtaking, it's drawing too many visitors.
Lahore, Pakistan, is one of the South Asia's most brilliant gems. It's a treasure trove of Mughal architecture and history -- here's what travelers should know.
A weird-looking, enormous sunfish was discovered by two fishermen on the shore at Coorong National Park in South Australia.
For millions of people across the globe, Nowruz is no small celebration. Think Christmas, New Year's and Fourth of July combined -- and add to that fire festivities, delicious meats, rice and spices, family gatherings, street dances and loud banging on pots.