Some have wondered if 2013 was one of the dullest years ever for April Fool’s Day pranks – the novelty wearing off a bit and various public holidays meaning fewer people were around to read them.
VeryFirstTo, a UK luxury products and experiences company, is selling what it calls the world’s most expensive package holiday: a two-year tour of 962 UNESCO World Heritage sites in 157 countries.
What do you get when you combine an airplane graveyard with 40 freestyle runners and parcour-partakers? Perhaps the best travel video ever to be unaffiliated with anyone in the travel industry…
It’s not often that the ideas of a undergraduate engineering student at University of Malaysia get featured by ABC News, The Economist, and the Christian Science Monitor.
So we’ve had KLM Surprise at airports, where the Dutch airline doorstepped customers to give them a gift after mining their social media activity.
Is anyone perfect (especially when it comes to travel content) when returning search results to users? Probably not.
Chicago, Guangzhou, the USA, Hong Kong, Iceland, and International Banana Museum are all stars in the latest crop of top-rated, critically acclaimed short digital films.
No offence to Celebrity Cruises, but if a cruise trip was going to almost $250 million a night presumably passengers would want more than, well, a cabin on the Celebrity Constellation.
Visit Japan, also known as the Japan Toursim Agency, has capitalized on this worldwide obsession in a digitally native way – a Hello Kitty iPhone app. Yes, Hello Kitty is now available for your next visit to Japan!