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The southern coastline of Sri Lanka

Colombo I set out early on my first day in Colombo, heading for Galle Face Green, a strip of well-trodden lawn, with vendors selling ice cream, hot snacks and grilled seafood, and where locals mingle, play cricket and fly kites. I walked along...

From the Alps to Vietnam, Forbes Travel Guide’s New Five-Star Hotels

The galaxy of five-star hospitality added several new constellations this year as Forbes Travel Guide announced its 2019 Star Award winners—the 61st annual list of the world’s finest hotels, restaurants and spas.In rating the most luxurious locales this year, Forbes Travel Guide explored many new destinations—from Anguilla, Bahrain, Belize and Doha to Hanoi, Istanbul, Oman, Perth, Tel Aviv...

House Opens Inquiry Into Proposed U.S. Nuclear Venture in Saudi Arabia

A week after Inauguration Day, the Democrats’ report said, a Flynn deputy for Middle East and North African affairs, Derek Harvey, met with the IP3’s co-founders at the White House, and asked National Security Council staff to include information about the nuclear power plan in a briefing to prepare Mr. Trump for a call with King Salman of...

5 European Havens for Digital Nomads

Europe has many beautiful destinations to offer, and a varied selection of landscapes and experiences to immerse yourself in. Here are some top suggestions for digital nomads looking for something a little bit different. January 14, 2019 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. A digital nomad is a person who, thanks to the wonders of modern-day technology, is...

Surprise! Millennials Like Traveling on Guided Vacations

Twenty-five years ago, when most tour operators were striking the word “tour” from their brands, afraid that the escorted tour was falling into obsolescence, if you had said the next generation would like escorted tours, most travel professionals probably would have looked at you like you were crazy. Nevertheless, that is what happened. MMGY Global, the...

10 Best Places to Visit in April 2019

Getty Images Once April rolls around, we've had enough of a break from peak travel moments (looking at you, President's Day) and have likely banked a considerable amount of wanderlust. And whether you're looking for a quick sojourn or a jet-set across the globe, there are infinite locales to chose from. Whether you're looking to avoid the high season...

A short trip to India showed me just how badly Apple is screwing up in the world’s biggest democracy

Apple has failed to crack the Indian smartphone market, languishing behind Chinese brands with less than a 2% share of the market. During a family visit to India, I noticed Apple doesn’t have much retail or advertising presence and that it mostly advertises the “cheaper”...

I’m a brown Arab-American, and the US census refuses to recognize me | Moustafa Bayoumi | Opinion

I am a brown person. How do I know? Every time I look in a mirror, a brown person stares back at me. If I were to compare the color of my arms to that of a brown paper bag, I wouldn’t find much difference. But also, when it’s dark outside and I’m walking by myself, white people sometimes...

Vacation Home Real Estate | All-Inclusive Resorts

The wealthy are increasingly ditching vacation homes for lavish resorts These guests can be lucrative for the resorts too February 16, 2019 01:00PM (Credit: iStock) Wealthy jet-setters are increasingly trading vacation homes for pricey resort stays. In the winter version of “summering” abroad, luxury travelers, especially among retirees, are opting for long-term stays are resorts instead of...