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What are vaccine passports and how would they work?
We help you understand vaccine passports, how do they function, and where you can expect to need one. This is our explainer on the COVID-19 vaccine passport.
TripBlogJun 16, 2021 69 19,066
Trip Moments[Best of Today]
Each day when you tap the planet icon in your Trip Moments homepage, you'll see one Trip Moment that stands out as "Best of Today".
Best of TodayJun 15, 2021 0 129
Singapore Border Reopen: Travel Tourism Returns with Air Travel Pass
Singapore has announced a gradual return of travel tourism. We'll let you know just who is allowed to visit and what is required both pre-departure and on arrival. Come discover the Garden City at the crossroads of the world!
TripBlogJun 9, 2021 21 27,785
COVID-19 in the EU and the UK: What Travelers Should Know
Learn what measures are now in place across several European countries. See if you can travel to your favorite European destination this summer.
TripBlogApr 27, 2021 3 8,186
Earth Day 2021 - Sustainable Travel Tips
Over the past year, we have had more time to think and reflect on what is truly important in our lives. Protecting and caring for our local communities and the environment has been at the forefront our minds because of the impact of the global pandemic. The good news is we are not in this alone. It is within our power to make better choices when we travel, choices that have a positive and meaningful impact on the countries we visit. This Earth Day we have the chance to focus on our planet, our home. The global pandemic forced us to give up traveling – and understandably we want to get our travel groove back on and start discovering the world again. Today is an opportunity to consider how we can travel differently, and we want to share some useful practices and tips you can use to make your next trip as sustainable as it is enjoyable.
Trip StoriesApr 22, 2021 4 779
Earth Day 2021 - Sustainable Stays
The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened our awareness of the importance of protecting our planet and traveling responsibly. While travelers must take responsibility for their own impact on the environment (for example through carbon offsetting, using public transport, or walking wherever possible, and reducing their use of disposable products), many hotels have introduced initiatives to encourage people to travel more sustainably. For Earth Day this year, we have collated some of the top sustainable hotels that are bookable via Trip.com. These hotels are all actively working towards a common goal of reducing their environmental impact. Initiatives include: resorts that have energy-efficient buildings, hotels that no longer provide single-use plastic products, and hotels that offer savings or reward programs for travelers who re-use their sheets and towels over more than one night.
Trip StoriesApr 21, 2021 3 988
Top-10 Best Things to do in Shanghai for 2021
Shanghai is the biggest city in China and a hub of global finance. Its rapid growth beginning in the 1990s has propelled Shanghai into the ranks of great international cities like New York, London, and Tokyo. Located at the mouth of the mighty Yangtze River, Shanghai is renowned for its famous architecture, great food, and numerous cultural attractions. Here’s a look at 10 places you will certainly want to visit.
TripBlogMar 26, 2021 6 5,017
Women's Day #TripEditorial: Interview with Kim Lumelius
In honor of #IWD21, we are celebrating stories from female travelers that have completely redefined the landscape of adventure through their own courageous acts of exploring new lands with curiosity and bravery. One of our favorite stories is the one from Kim Lumelius, a passionate travel girl from Germany who has traveled all over the world on 4 wheels. Lutzi, her wheelchair and travel buddy, means freedom and independence for her. And as a travel blogger (@Wheeliewanderlust), she writes her content around the idea of barrier-free travel, including detailed information about destinations and activities as well as helpful tips for travel planning.
Trip StoriesMar 19, 2021 18 1,472
🧭Trip Moments Urban Explorers 🧭 💰Great Benefits!💰 📝Free Applications!📝
Calling all aspiring travel writers! 📢 Trip.com is excited to announce 📝applications📝 are open for our new Trip Moments Urban Explorer program. If you love travel and already like to share stories and moments with your friends online, maybe you have what it takes to become a Trip.com Urban Explorer. These coveted spots are limited and will fill up fast! Apply today!
TripBlogMar 12, 2021 0 438
Women's Day #TripEditorial: Interview with Wonji Lee
To celebrate #IWD21, we’ve invited Wonji Lee to share with us her solo travel story. To get to know her a little bit, she is a travel blogger from Korea and she delivers her travel experience and stories through various forms of content - Youtube, Blog (Wonji Daily Life/원지의 하루). She is also the writer behind the inspirational travel book 제 마음대로 살아보겠습니다 (I will live my own way).
Trip StoriesMar 12, 2021 19 1,509
🌟 Trip.com Quality Content Guidelines 🌟
Want to earn more Trip Coins and travel badges? Want to see your Trip Moments featured on our homepage? Want to get noticed by other travelers for your amazing travel moments? Come learn more about Trip.com's quality content guidelines…
TripBlogMar 9, 2021 21 3,752
Trip Moments Badges: What Are They and How Do You Get Them?
Trip Moments Badges are recognition for contributions to the Trip Moments Community. Learn more about the different badges and how to get them.
TripBlogMar 5, 2021 13 2,547
Great Things Are Waiting at the Trip Moments Community
Learn about the new Trip Moments Community and how you can join this exciting global network.
TripBlogMar 5, 2021 0 1,178
Earn Great Travel Rewards by Writing Reviews
For a limited time only, when you review attractions on Trip.com you and earn Trip Coins and other great travel rewards. Learn how!
TripBlogJan 29, 2021 56 2,428
A Walking Guide to Memorials in Washington D.C.
Washington D.C. is replete with monuments and memorials dedicated to both American and world historical figures and events. This is your guide to making the most of your next visit to the District with a monuments and memorials walking tour.
TripBlogJan 29, 2021 0 820
A Guide to High Speed Rail in China
In a mere 15 years, China has gone from having no significant high speed railway services to boasting the world's largest and most used network. Now that many high speed lines no longer require paper tickets, it's even easier to discover the amazing sights and sounds in this vast country. All aboard!
TripBlogJan 19, 2021 139 1,982
A 2021 Guide to Hawaii Travel During COVID-19
Hawaii is America’s tropical paradise. With lush green landscapes, black volcanic beaches, and world class surf breaks, it’s an all-around ideal destination. We’ve put together this short guide looking at COVID-19 travel requirements and the top-5 best things to do in Hawaii for 2021.
TripBlogJan 15, 2021 3 9,352
New York City Transit and the New Moynihan Train Hall
Heading to the Big Apple and wondering how you're going to get around? Check out our handy guide to public transportation options in America's biggest city. Plus learn about the new Moynihan Train Hall.
TripBlogJan 14, 2021 7 3,069
TOP Winter Places to Travel in China for WInter 2020
Xishuangbanna Reason for recommendation The most popular panda manor in Supu's children, the second tropical rainforest tour destination
TripBlogOct 27, 2020 9 1,555
Want to Save Money on Travel? Use Trip Coins!
How can you take advantage of one the best ways to save on Trip.com? Learn how to earn and spend Trip Coins today.
TripBlogAug 27, 2020 21 3,070
PVG Airports Quarantine: Information regarding the Novel Coronavirus in Shanghai
How long does it take to clear through customs at PVG during Coronavirus Situation? The whole process takes possibly about five hours or longer. Situation in China was quite severe in Jan and Feb, and getting better in March. Cases are continuing to rise outside of China as more countries identify infected persons within their borders. Shanghai has zero cases in 14 consecutive days and inbound travelers will be applied to quarantine measures.
TripBlogMar 27, 2020 3 32,885
Beijing Capital International Airport: PEK Airport Practical Guide 2020
Beijing Capital International Airport (BCIA) is the city’s primary hub for international and domestic flights. Located approximately 32 km northeast from the city center, international travelers flying to/from Beijing can expect to pass through BCIA. As the new Daxing International Airport fully comes on line, some international flights will shift there.
TripBlogJan 16, 2020 0 3,402
Apart from Football, The Food is Also Delicious, And 7 Restaurants that will Show You the Flavors of Manchester.
As expected from a diverse metropolitan city, the food in Manchester is rich and colorful, and brings together a variety of differently styled specialty restaurants. We’ll recommend several popular restaurants here that received positive reviews in Manchester, which will absolutely make you fall in love with unknown highlights of British cuisine!
TripBlogDec 24, 2019 0 591
Top 10 Most Popular Hotels in Munich
Top 10 Most Popular Hotels in Munich
TripBlogDec 24, 2019 0 408
Recommendations for Authentic Local Cuisine in Marseille
Recommendations for authentic local cuisine in Marseille
TripBlogDec 23, 2019 0 1,193
Where Can You Take Your Wife on A Honeymoon She’ll Never Forget? Take Her to One of the Best Honeymoon Spots in the World!
Where Can You Take Your Wife on a Honeymoon She’ll Never Forget? Take Her to One of the Best Honeymoon Spots in the World!
TripBlogDec 23, 2019 0 1,296
Busan's Most Popular Hotels See Where Other Visitors Like to Stay
As South Korea's second-largest city and largest port city, Busan attracts a huge number of tourists. There are many hotels available to accommodate every kind of demand. Here we run down the top 9 most popular hotels in Busan, so you can see where other visitors to the city like to stay.
TripBlogDec 23, 2019 0 787
Come Try 8 of Singapore's Best Loved Seafood Restaurants, Each With Its Own Style
Singapore has over 200 km of coastline, and coming here to taste its variety of seafood is an essential part of any visit. Apart from its internationally renowned chili crab, delicacies such as pepper crab, barbecue squid, and cereal prawns are all firm favorites with foodies. These 8 seafood restaurants each have a style of their own--come try them out!
TripBlogDec 20, 2019 0 2,962
Enjoy the Entire World of Culinary Delights in an Immigrant City. A Guide to the Must Try Specialties Available in Shenzhen
Shenzhen is a typical immigrant city, so you can try the main dishes from every part of China here in addition to Cantonese cuisine, the local mainstay. Thai food, Vietnamese food, other Southeast Asian cuisines, as well as Japanese, Korean cuisine and Western food, are also available all over the city, which demonstrates the multiculturalism of Shenzhen. Shenzhen is located by the sea, thus seafood is a must-try, especially fresh seafood such as oysters and abalone. Also, Guangdong style morning tea, roast meat, and double-boiled soup are worth a try.
TripBlogDec 19, 2019 0 1,053