Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend friend’s wedding 

Prince Harry flew in from Gatwick to see his ‘wingman’, Tom Inskip, tie the knot with Lara Hughes-Young Friends of the newlyweds have said the three-day wedding event promises to be the ‘mother-of-all parties’ Actress Meghan Markle made the most of the Caribbean sunshine, sporting a flowery dress and sunglasses  The couple were pictured looking…

Ask Frank Barrett on the Canaries and interrailing

The Mail on Sunday’s Travel Editor Frank Barrett shares his recommendations The Ritz-Carlton in Tenerife is offering B&B from about £190 per room per night Eurostar is launching a new and simpler passholder fare for Interrail travellers By Frank Barrett For The Mail On Sunday Looking for an affordable way to experience the best of…

The Jubilee Superyacht has swimming pool and aquarium

The luxury liner is in the Top 100 for the largest superyachts in the world The Jubilee has six decks and can house up to 30 guests in 15 staterooms The vessel weights 4,500 tonnes and can travel at a top speed of 18 knots By Daisy Dunne For Mailonline A record-breaking superyacht the size…

Tech-infused bus stop with books, smart boards and a SWING

The prototype bus stop in Singapore is designed to ‘make waiting fun’ Provides free WiFi, phone charging points, a green roof and bicycle parking If venture proves successful government may include features elsewhere too By Harriet Mallinson For Mailonline Waiting at the bus stop can be a mind-numbing experience. Especially if there is nowhere to sit, no shelter…

Saudi king visits Indonesia with huge entourage

Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud’s huge haul includes two Mercedes-Benz s600 limousines and seven planes He is set to visit Indonesia today to join an enormous entourage of 620 and more than 10,000 security staff As well as the entourage, 800 delegates have made their way from Saudi Arabia for the historic nine-day trip The airfreight…

The popular passenger jets replaced by modern planes

New planes have two engines, a straight-tube fuselage, and a conventional tail But in previous decades the variety in aircraft design was much more extreme From T-tails to upper half-decks MailOnline Travel examines changing designs By Harriet Mallinson For Mailonline To the untrained eye, passenger jets these days, save for their distinctive livery, all look the…

Our Bangkok: City of Tones –

In 2012, while touring from my new residence in Istanbul to your rural brow in Cambodia for investigation into Khmer archaeology, I halted in Bangkok to improve airplanes, rest comatose in a lodge to get a nighttime or two, and reimmerse myself in a where I’d existed a long period earlier. I’d quit Newyork after…