Tripologist The Japanese were enjoying the soothing effects of communal soaking many centuries before it occurred to Californians.
Converted hotels are catching on, according to virtualtourist.com, which has released a list of the world's best hotels in buildings once used for other purposes.
Josh Noel Do you have any idea what happened on that hotel bed before you walked into the room? You don't want to know.
Flight Test The Bulgari amenity bag is exceptional but the entertainment is disappointing.
Tripologist Have we left enough time for our transit at Heathrow Airport?
Thailand's monsoon season signals the arrival of affordable luxury-hotel packages, writes Leisa Tyler.
Economy-class passengers can sign up for key extras the frequent flyers enjoy. Steve Dow outlines who offers what.
From culinary genius to classic restaurants to street snacks, Douglas Rogers savours the city's finest dishes.
Turbulence can strike terror into even the most seasoned flyer. But do we actually have reason to be worried? Julietta Jameson investigates the things that go bump in the flight.
Airports and planes are major gathering places for microbes from around the world. Here are five ways to avoid them.
Tripologist When I tried to book an exit row seat aboard with Air Asia, I was shocked to discover that I am over the age limit.
Tripologist Spain is a hot place in late August, especially the cities, so make sure you get rooms with airconditioning.
If you're wondering how to manage your travel money after arriving at the airport, it's already too late.
Flight Test Cathay's new business-class seats each have direct aisle access, so there's no shuffling or saying 'excuse me' when a passenger stands up.
Travel Insider Holidays used to be about getting away from it all. Now you can share your plans — and your personality — by hooking up with like-minded travellers.
Nick Galvin Travellers are leaving nothing to chance in a bid to outwit thieves and scammers. But at what cost, asks Nick Galvin.
Tripologist An itinerary that combines scenery, culture and history with a bit of chuff-and-puff might be the go in Scotland.
Travel Insider Whether it's the fear of DVT or simply the need for more room to move, long-haul flights can be a challenge. But more options are emerging.
Travel Insider A world of alternative accommodation suitable for all budgets is opening up, from humble rooms to fancy apartments, even other people's backyards.
Tripologist Stunning in scale and majesty, the Norwegian coastline is one of the most magnificent bits of the planet you will ever set eyes on.