CONCORD, N.H.— New Hampshire tourism officials hope lower gas prices and a strong regional economy will result in a record-setting summer season. June, July and August are the busiest travel season in New Hampshire, with most traffic coming from other New England states and the mid-Atlantic region. Central and eastern regions of Canada are key secondary markets,... » Read More
Eighteen years after its closure, Lai Yuen Amusement Park - a nostalgic symbol of childhood for many Hong Kongers - will make a flash comeback.
Despite fears of Greece possibly leaving the euro zone, the country's tourism industry has stayed healthy.
Ken Himmel, co-managing partner at Gulf Related, and president & CEO at Related Urban, discusses consumer spending in the Middle East.
South Korea, the top international destination for mainland tourists last year, may experience a shift in fortunes as an outbreak of MERS forces tourists to Japan.
Gangi, a town in Sicily, is giving away older homes for free, but requiring the new to owner renovate the building, NYT reports.
Since mid-2014, there is a significant shift towards domestic travel among Russians as the ruble starts to see extreme fluctuations, says Murad Sofizade, co-founder & COO of TravelTipz.ru.
David Beirman, senior lecturer, School of Leisure, Sport and Tourism at University of Technology, discusses news that South Korea is offering tourists with a free insurance plan amid the country's MERS outbreak.
In this special report titled "Global Opportunities Philippines", CNBC's Pauline Chiou looks at whether the Philippines has what it takes to become Asia's next gaming hub.
Andrew Jones, vice chairman of Pacific Asia Travel Association, says a "wait and see" attitude among travelers is behind the cancellations and reduction in holiday bookings to South Korea.
David Dingle, chairman of Carnival U.K., explains the concept behind Carnival's new product: A "do-good" cruise, where passengers volunteer while cruising around the world.
Tony Michell, managing director at Korea Associates Business Consultancy, says South Koreans are avoiding visits to department stores and the country is seeing a drop in tourist arrivals.
An apparent electrical fire broke out Wednesday afternoon in a Times Square high rise.
Carnival us adding a new cruise line, one that caters to travelers with social consciences.
Eric Schneider, Group head for APAC at MasterCard Advisors, says Bangkok's tourism sector is seeing rapid recovery and will reclaim its title as the world's most visited city "very shortly."
CNBC explores how religion and adventure tourism are drawing visitors from across the globe.
Jonathan Tisch, Loews Hotel, discusses the state of hospitality in an exclusive interview with CNBC's Simon Hobbs.
Many global hotel companies are choosing sell off their hotels and just manage them, however, Sebastien Bazin, CEO at Accor, explains why his company's bucking this trend.
Casinos in Macau have "no choice but to diversify their offerings" so as to attract tourists from Greater Asia, says Jonathan Galaviz, partner at Global Market Advisors.
Australia may be weighing allowing foreign airlines to offer domestic flights, but it isn't clear the skies down under are particularly attractive.
CNBC takes a look at those industries that are – just about – keeping Greece afloat.