The travel media brand has reimagined its annual list this year, focusing on places, people and enterprises offering the best in sustainability, community and diversity.
China has opened three double-decker lifts that are truly are marvels of vertical velocity: they zip visitors up in 88 seconds, hugging a precipitous cliff face 300 metres above ground.
Yemen’s city of Shibam is at high risk of collapse due to floods and rains in the region. The city is called the ‘Manhattan of the Desert’ because of its ancient muddy skyscrapers.
in winter Finland's far north usually throngs with international holidaymakers who come to experience a snowy wonderland of reindeer rides, ice castles and the "real" Santa's grotto.
Christmas is coming, but in Santa's home village in northern Finland, the COVID pandemic means that the flocks of tourists who usually start to make merry in Rovaniemi at this time of year are not.
Coronavirus lockdown restrictions saw tourist attractions across the country close their doors, including the imposing 1,000-year-old royal fortress on the banks of the River Thames.
The holiday island of Cyprus had hoped British tourists would give a badly-needed boost to its pandemic-hit tourism sector, but only a trickle of sun-seekers have arrived.
An amusement park situated on the shores of Thailand’s Huay Tueng Thao lake outside Chiang Mai has life-size figures of animals made of rice straw.
The good news comes in the wake of an ecological crisis where more than 50 per cent of corals that once made up the Great Barrier Reef have died over the last 25 years due to environmental damage.
If there is one sector that has taken a body blow from the coronavirus pandemic, it is the global travel and tourism industry. This sector is on course to lose 174 million jobs this year if current restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus remain in place.