• Holiday season will see 7.37m passengers pass through Hong Kong

    The Immigration Department Hong Kong estimates 7.37 million passengers will pass through land, sea and air checkpoints during the Christmas-New Year holiday period, up 3.9% on last year. For outbound traffic, the busiest day will be December 25 when an …

  • Bali brings the best tourism enchantment in 2016

    At the start of the new year of  2016  the enchanting island of Bali will come alive with an event  that highlights various styles of Barong, the life-size mythical lion that personifies Goodness. The Bali Barong Festival 2016 will take …

  • Taiwan unveils its tourism treasures in Japanese territory

    The Tourism Director General David Hsieh hosted a banquet in Japan with effort to market Taiwan tourism . In his recent visit to Japan which is aimed at celebrating the milestone of this year’s 5 million travelers between Taiwan and …

  • China adds more names to its blacklist of badly behaved tourists

    More names have added to the blacklist of uncivilised behaviour. There are about 16 who have been added to the list for embarrassing China abroad. The list has been disclosed by the China National Tourism Administration.     Those included …

  • Vivanta by Taj to boost tourism in North East India

    The Vivanta by Taj in Guwahati, which is a unique mix of chic and classic and local inspiration and ethos in modern settings, will open today. The hotel is a huge boost for the Northeast India. The city already has …

  • Flower Street festival in Ho Chi Minh City starts in February 2016

    The 2016 Flower Street festival in Ho Chi Minh City will officially kick off at 7:00 pm on February 5, three days before the Lunar New Year (Tet), announced its organiser Saigontourist on December 21. The festival, the 13th of …

  • Jumeirah Group launches ‘Dubai Festivals’ package this winter with Dubai Tourism

    Jumeirah Group has launched the ‘Dubai Festivals’ package in conjunction with Dubai Tourism to offer 10% off Best Available Rate at selected hotels this winter.     The offer is valid on stays at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Jumeirah Beach …

  • Singapore shines as MICE destination by hosting prominent medical congresses

    Singapore will host several prominent medical congresses coming to Southeast Asia for the first time – two of these events are also making their Asian debuts.  These events are tipped to bring in approximately 16,000 visitors and some $34 million …

  • Travelport sweeps India’s travel awards industry with seven accolades in 2015

    Travelport, a leading Travel Commerce Platform providing distribution, technology, payment and other solutions for the $8 trillion global travel and tourism industry has Travelport has won the 2015 Best Global Distribution System Award for North India at a ceremony in …

  • Chiang Mai to host 15th Thailand Travel Mart Plus 2016

    After 14 consecutive years of being held in Bangkok, the 15th Thailand Travel Mart Plus Amazing Gateway to the Greater Mekong Subregion will be relocated to the northern Thai capital of Chiang Mai in 2016. To be held between 8-10 …

  • Melbourne Fashion Festival announces its Cultural agenda for early 2016

    The Melbourne Fashion Festival Ltd. (MFF), the not-for-profit organization that owns and delivers the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival, is pleased to present a month-long Cultural Program of free and ticketed activities and events produced by the Festival, acclaimed arts …

  • Farm tourism an important agenda for the Philippine Senate

    The Senate  approved on third and final reading a bill that seeks to develop and promote farm tourism in the country.     Sen. Cynthia Villar, chairperson of the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Food and sponsor of Senate Bill …

  • Get a deeper impression of Hong Kong in resettlement expo

    The Public Records Office will host an exhibition chronicling the resettlement of squatter village residents since the 1950s.   Held at the Public Records Building in Kwun Tong from tomorrow, the show features 60 exhibits and images tracing Hong Kong’s …

  • Ming dynasty relics opens to public viewing

    The Museum of History’s grand finale exhibition will open tomorrow featuring valuable Ming dynasty relics. Jointly presented by the Leisure & Cultural Services Department and the Min Chiu Society the Radiant Ming 1368-1644 through the Min Chiu Society Collection explores …

  • Thai Airlines escape ban in European skies

    Thai Airlines manages a close escape from being branded as a banned airline by EU regulator.   Despite concerns of over flight safety and being downgraded to “catagory2″by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which regulates US, air safety. The airline has …

  • China to impose fine on travellers opting for discount trips

    China has decided to use its strong hand in stopping cheap vacation tours which force tourists to expensive shops expecting purchase.   Tourists are taken to expensive shops and are forced to buy expensive articles from shops. This is a …

  • Tourism Australia launches indigenous campaign in Germany

    Tourism Australia has launched a new promotion in Germany featuring Australia’s unique Indigenous tourism experiences.     The campaign, which runs until April 2016, will inspire travellers with the beautiful promotional film ‘Aboriginal Australia: our Country is waiting for you’ …

  • Marriott Hotels glitters in Pearl River Delta of China

    Marriott Hotels, the iconic flagship brand of Marriott International Inc. expanded its portfolio in China with the latest opening of the 340-room Shenzhen Marriott Hotel Nanshan in Shenzhen. Under a long-term management agreement with its owner Centralcon, the hotel is …

  • Dusk parties in Paradise Beach Thailand offer celebrations for guests

    Paradise Beach is Thailand’s first permanent beach party. Located on a private section off Phuket’s famous Patong beach, the newly created attraction will also see spectacular Full moon, Half moon and Black moon parties featuring international DJs. Festive seasonal events, …

  • Beijing smog forces a shutdown of the city

    Most of Beijing was shut as it issued a red alert for pollution owing to its highest level of smog that will continue for till Thursday.   Tourists and visitors in the city wore masks to protect themselves. Only a …


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