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Cruise holidays are making a mass comeback. Gone are the days when all they offered was lazy nautical luxury and a brief glimpse of a few overpopulated ports.
The Fairmont Peace Hotel in Shanghai is once again welcoming guests following a major renovation.
New and exciting holiday ideas are now available as a specialist adventure operator is offering trips to previously inaccessible arctic regions.
It has been a frantic few months here at travelbite.co.uk as we continued to bring you the very best holiday ideas from around the world.
The Association of Independent Tour Operators (AITO) had launched its final attack before changes to Air Passenger Duty (APD) come into effect on Sunday.
On offer this week is a chance to discover the ancient architecture and modern cities of China with escorted tour specialist Travelsphere.
Aviation has been struck by severe turbulence in 2009 – with the financial woes generated by the global recession compounded by sustained assaults on the environmental sustainability of the industry.
As Asia celebrates the longest solar eclipse of the 21st century savvy holidaymakers are already planning trips to catch the next eclipse – in Kenya.
Cruise operator Voyages of Discovery has launched two new brochures covering holiday ideas in India & the Orient, Africa and the Indian Ocean.
One of the best micro-bloggers presently charting their progress on internet sensation Twitter, Saben and Lin are travelling around the globe until 2010.
Two German brothers – Ferenc and IstvÃƒÂ¡n Ivanics – walk and backpack around the Earth without a budget carrying the message of peace, brotherhood and friendship.
A special issue of the Postcolonial Studies journal is set to celebrate the role of travellers throughout history.
On offer this week is the 'Very Best of China' tour with Journeys of Distinction (JoD).
International currency exchange experts at ICE, are urging Grand Prix fans attending the next race in Shanghai on April 19th, to shop around for the best rates on their Yuan.
Voyages Jules Verne is offering a short break to Beijing, home to the 2008 Olympics and filled with fascinating sights including the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, the Summer Palace and the Great Wall of China.
Cruise specialist Voyages of Discovery has announced huge late availability savings of up to Ã‚Â£900 per person on a selection of its spring voyages.
Join Rebecca Stephens on a trek of a lifetime in Bhutan, to a spectacular region only a handful of trekkers are privileged to visit.
A new survey of gap year travellers has revealed a third (33 per cent) of gap year travellers did not take antimalarials while on trips around the world.
Health experts have warned that the risk of contracting malaria when visiting exotic destinations remains high.
Celebrity traveller Charley Boorman has set off on his latest round the world expedition, aiming to get to Sydney, Australia, "By Any Means" of transport apart from commercial aircraft.
An adventure holiday firm has reported a downturn in the number of bookings to Asia and the Far East as a result of bird flu.
Following the earthquake off the coast of Western Sumatra on Monday March 28, the Foreign Office has issued revised travel advice for the affected countries.
Nearly half of UK travellers would not take a holiday in the Seychelles or Thailand as a result of the Boxing Day tsunami.
The tourism industry in many Tsunami hit countries has been severely damaged; with tourists advised to stay away from some places altogether.
British survivors of the Asian tidal wave disaster have begun arriving back in the UK, with flights from the disaster region coming into London and Manchester.