POP-UP brothels found in holiday lets and domestic properties will be probed by MPs investigating the sex trade. The inquiry has been launched into organised crime gangs using temporary addresses to sexually exploit women. Police issued warnings to holida
AS I swung into the net 36ft up, my waist harness gave me a nasty yank in a delicate place. I heard a laugh and on the platform above, a female Go-Aper mocked: “Me Tarzan, you Jane!” We were swinging across high-wires and hurtling down zip-wir
IMAGINE Jurassic Park but without the dinosaurs. Sure, it’d make a terrible movie but it’s a far more pleasant tourist experience. And that’s what Hawaii’s Kualoa Ranch offers, with scenery that looks like it’s straight
WALKING through the cold, eerie cellars below Nuremberg’s Old Town, it’s easy to imagine yourself as one of World War Two’s so-called Monuments Men. Some of the 700-year-old vaults were used to store priceless art the Nazis plundered
AN outbreak of plague has hit a tropical holiday island popular with British tourists. Travellers have been warned to stay away from Madagascar as an epidemic has so far struck more than 680 people, leaving 80 dead. Health officials say the medieval i
Singapore may be one of the most expensive cities in the world but it’s home to the world’s cheapest one-star Michelin meal. CNBC’s Xin En Lee finds out the business behind Hong Kong Soya Sauce chicken rice.
BRITISH holidaymakers can escape the wintry weather and sun themselves in exotic locations for bargain basement prices with the help of a nifty online trick. Travel websites Skyscanner and Kiwi.com offer rock-bottom prices for customers which can be found
THE residents of a luxury waterside apartment block want to ban rental firms like Airbnb, booking.com and A Space in the City – saying unruly guests have caused thousands of pounds worth of damage. Homeowners say visitors using short-term let compa