- A Seasoned Traveler Shares Why You Should Never Pay to Check a BagGOBankingRates
- Hong Kong's Greatest Surprise: The Great OutdoorsIt’s 7:45 a.m. and you didn’t hear your alarm clock go off. You’re about to miss that quarterly earnings report meeting or the kids’ carpool or that power breakfast with your buddy’s agent friend or—oh yeah, you’re on vacation. Hong Kong’s city life is a blast, but to fully decompress you need to escape the urban trappings and rediscover your humanity. Luckily, you don’t need to travel far. Marvel at millions of years of geological inevitability at Hong Kong’s UNESCO Geopark, cleanse your chakras at a yoga class on nearby Lamma Island, or pour all your frustration into the pedals on the Tai Lam Trails. Or maybe be bold enough to seek out your own adventure, knowing full well the exquisite sprawl of Hong Kong will always be waiting for you when you come back.Black Buddha
- What it’s like to explore the secret tunnels used in the Vietnam WarINSIDER
A Seasoned Traveler Shares Why You Should Never Pay to Check a BagGOBankingRates1:06
Hong Kong's Greatest Surprise: The Great OutdoorsBlack Buddha1:30
What it’s like to explore the secret tunnels used in the Vietnam WarINSIDER3:39
A hand-made, floating, hotelCNN2:43
Visit the popular surfing lodge located above the arctic circleTODAY2:58
The Best Money Tips From a Traveler Who Spent 3 Years on the RoadGOBankingRates0:51
9 Coastal Roads That Will Make You Rethink the Art of the Road TripArchitectural Digest1:36
A tour of St. Kitts, the real CaribbeanCNN3:17
The ancient ruins of Vat Phou, LaosCNN2:37
Why you should visit Hokkaido, JapanCNN1:00
There's a zip line in Brazil that leads straight to the beachINSIDER3:00
Canada legalizes recreational pot: What US tourists should knowTODAY2:52
The 25 Best Beaches in America, According to You!Coastal Living1:23
How to Survive the Longest Flight in the WorldThe Wall Street Journal.4:13
What's new at Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween PartyUSA TODAY0:46
7 Ways to Avoid Germs During a Hotel StaySouthern Living1:37
A replica of the RMS Titanic was first announced in 2012 but was suspended due to financial constraints. Now that the financial issues have been resolved, the owners Blue Star Line announced that work on the luxury Titanic II has continued.
More importantly, the ship will set sail on a two-week maiden voyage in 2022 from Dubai to Southampton.
The vessel will then follow the historic route of the original Titanic between England and the U.S. in the summer, and then undertake world cruises through the end of the first year.
Just as the original Titanic, Titanic II will be a luxurious ship but will include 21st-century technology, like the latest navigation and safety systems to prevent the fateful sinking that occurred the first time around.
It will cost about $500 million and will accommodate 2,400 passengers and 900 crew members.
Titanic II will look and feel like the original Titanic, including having the same cabin layout.
The Titanic II is casting off from Dubai to New York. Would you get aboard? pic.twitter.com/f5DNyLKBPV— TicToc by Bloomberg (@tictoc) October 21, 2018
Blue Star Line’s chairman, Clive Palmer said, “The ship will follow the original journey, carrying passengers from Southampton to New York, but she will also circumnavigate the globe, inspiring and enchanting people while attracting unrivaled attention, intrigue and mystery in every port she visits.”