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North Korea travel app opens country to armchair travelers

North Korea travel app opens country to armchair travelers

The comprehensive new app offers info on more than 350 sites in North Korea, all of them open to visitors
Lonely Planet's top destinations for 2014

Lonely Planet's top destinations for 2014

Brazil, Antarctica and Scotland are the top three destinations to visit next year, according to the hot-off-the-press guidebook
The 24-hour Shanghai travel guide

The 24-hour Shanghai travel guide

A race between tourists and one of the fastest growing cities in the world
London Olympics 2012: Best ways to cut the queues

London Olympics 2012: Best ways to cut the queues

Transport for London website advises how to avoid hot spots and promotes walking and cycling
Social travel start-ups: Social media finally hits the road in style

Social travel start-ups: Social media finally hits the road in style

Facebook meets Yelp meets Match.com meets your annual vacation -- social media is starting to travel like the rest of us
The best part of traveling in Korea is talking to the people

The best part of traveling in Korea is talking to the people

Ditch your guidebook and start talking. That's right, to the ajumma next to you
Would you pay US$140 for a travel guide...

Would you pay US$140 for a travel guide...

... when an extra hotel night costs as much?
Surviving Asia with your kids

Surviving Asia with your kids

Travel site Momaboard ranks four Asian cities -- Mumbai, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo -- on their child-friendliness