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North Korea

North Korea

Follow the dear leader

When in the Hermit Kingdom, you need to know more than just places to eat, writes Isobel Yeung.

Traveller Letters

Traveller Letters: Is this some sort of cultural cringe?

I can't imagine a faux American experience on a Queensland's highway would enhance its attraction.

Cities

In thrall of the sprawl

Cities of lights

Think small and look for small delights in big cities, writes Lance Richardson .

Asia

Tense and tacky: the world's strangest international border

It is one of the tensest international borders in the world, but it's also attracting hordes of tourists.

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Helsinki airport introduces world's first passenger tracking system

Passengers are seen near a flight information board in the departures hall at Helsink-Vantaa airport in Helsinki, Finland.

1:38pm | Helsinki's airport will be the world's first to track passengers in real-time from parking lot to takeoff, but the plan has been criticised by civil liberty groups.

Two new hotels at Brisbane Airport

CAMERON ATFIELD 3:18pm | Pullman and Ibis hotels to be built by November at cost of $150m.

Boozy with bad diets but foreigners love the British, study says

12:32pm | Despite a passion for binge-drinking and lousy food, Britain was named the second most attractive country along with Australia, according to a survey.

Paris tourist spot overrun by 'dirty' rats

10:13am | Hundreds of tourists are enjoying a picnic in the city's Tuileries garden at Louvre, but there is just one drawback - 'dirty' rats.

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