Tourism

Global plastic surgery hotspots

Cosmetic surgery has centuries-old roots. Now some countries are becoming world-leaders in particular fields. Plastic surgeon Jim Frame picks five of the most surprising   

Bargains galore for travellers to France during Euro 2016

Millions of tourists will stay away from France during the event, which has been criticised by the chief executive of the European Tour Operators’ Association as it displaces normal business, and replaces it with sports fans’

How Brexit will affect British tourism

The big EU questions: With 20 days to go before the vote on British membership of the EU, the debate so far has been characterised by bias, distortion and exaggeration. Until the referendum, we are running a series of question-and-answer features that will try to explain the most important issues in a detailed, dispassionate way

Tourism putting 4th century Silk Road cave paintings under threat

Abandoned for centuries, the Mogao Grottoes have somehow survived everything that nature and man could throw at them from earthquakes and floods to marauding Muslim rebels and plundering European explorers. But now the exquisite Buddhist frescoes are in peril once more...

Think Conservation, Make It Kenya

Kenya's Ministry of Tourism, supporting partner of the Giants Club Summit, explains why this east African country is such an appealing prospect for investors

More headlines

The most violent cities in the world

The council's ranking contains cities with populations of more than 300,000 and does not count deaths in combat zones or cities with unavailable data

Kenya: Africa's rising star

Kenya's outstanding biodiversity is crucial to its thriving tourism industry, which is why Brand Kenya says it is thrilled to be supporting the Giants Club Summit