Air travel in Singapore is recovering and has reached around 40% of pre-Covid levels despite China’s border restrictions, Transport Minister S. Iswaran said. China’s passenger traffic is significant for Singapore, he said. Some 3.6 million Chinese residents traveled to Singapore in 2019, accounting for 13% of total visitors, according to data from the local tourism
0 Comments
Copenhagen always ranks highly in surveys of the world’s best cities, and little wonder. Size certainly helps: it’s big enough to have world-class museums, restaurants and attractions; small enough to make them easily accessible. Then there’s its unerring ability to blend quaint and cool: one minute you’re in Indre By or Christianshavn, strolling along a
0 Comments
Som tam, or green papaya salad, is the most-consumed dish throughout the Isaan region in Thailand. Papayas were brought to Thailand from the Americas in the late 1700s and are now an essential part of the local diet. Vlogger (and author of our new Thailand From the Source book) Mark Wiens travelled to Ratchathani to
0 Comments
How Do I Get to the Airport in London? How Do I Get to London from the Stansted, Luton, London City, Heathrow or Gatwick? Advice on Getting to and from the airports in London, England. Filmed at Heathrow Airport outside of London, England Copyright Mark Wolters 2015 USA Today & 10Best’s #1 Independent Travel Videographer
0 Comments
Editor’s Note — Sign up to CNN Travel’s free nine-part Unlocking Italy newsletter for insider intel on Italy’s best loved destinations and lesser-known regions to plan your ultimate trip. Plus, we’ll get you in the mood before you go with movie suggestions, reading lists and recipes from Stanley Tucci. (CNN) — It’s not news that
0 Comments
For a city with so much mythical and cultural baggage, Athens is surprisingly modern. Sure, there are Byzantine churches tucked among the tightly knit apartments and the Parthenon looms into view around nearly every corner. But come expecting a living postcard and you’ll be in for a shock. Three million people are crammed into this
0 Comments
‘I don’t wanna talk, about things we’ve gone through.” The opening line of Abba’s forlorn 1980 break-up hit The Winner Takes It All always sounded hopelessly unrealistic. Few musical acts have held the public’s affection or interest quite as firmly as this celebrated (largely) Swedish pop quartet. Even now, half a century on from their
0 Comments
If you ask a chef what his or her favorite steak is, chances are that he or she will say skirt steak. Skirt steak has the richest, beefy-est flavor around. Regional Mexican restaurants serving fajitas and Tex-mex tacos popularized skirt steak but it is no longer considered a second cut of steak, often out-pricing or
0 Comments