Tourico Holidays has announced that it has started pre-buying activity and attraction tickets.
Royal Caribbean has confirmed that its newest cruise ship, Ovation of the Seas, will be based in China.
BANGKOK Travel association leaders have called on the government to allow officials to attend seminars in neighbouring countries using land transport following the government’s ban on overseas trips
Around 500 companies will exhibit this year from over 40 countries, including the tourism boards of Andalucia (Spain) and Frankfurt (Germany), who will be exhibiting for the first time.
LONDON - APL Media is working with the Beijing Tourist Board on a series of roadshows in 2015 as it moves into event management.
BANGKOK - Centara Hotel & Resort’s “beach bar” concept is being implemented across a number of Centara properties, after a successful opening of the original Coast Beach Bar & Grill at the Centara
BANGKOK - The Thai tourism industry is set to significantly expand its social media profile when more than 1,000 bloggers and online writers worldwide convene for the first Travel Blog Exchange to be
SHANGHAI - Jin Jiang International Hotels, China's leading hotel brand, received the award for "China's Most Promising Leader of National Hotel Brands" at the 15th China Hotel Golden Horse Award
PHUKET Kata Group Resorts is sponsoring the Phuket International Cricket Week 2015.
SINGAPORE Myanmar’s Hospitality and Tourism Conference has moved venue from Yangon to the capital Nay Pyi Taw.
BANGKOK ASEAN’s moves to open its skies is underway well ahead of moves to introduce a free-trade era known as the ASEAN Economic Community due to kick in at the end of this year.
HANOI Vietnam needs a long-term strategy to tap the potential of agro-tourism a tour expert told local media in an interview Thursday.
YANGON Myanmar National Airlines will take delivery of its first leased Boeing in June to expand its network.
XISHUANGBANNA, China - Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc (NYSE:HOT) celebrated the 30th anniversary of the entry of the iconic Sheraton brand into Mainland China during the landmark Grand
BANGKOK - Thailand is laying the foundation for development of an Aerospace Industrial Estate targeting MRO and Tier 2, 3 and 4 aerospace manufacturing segments. This has a potential of bringing $US
HONG KONG - Bangkok has been voted as the “Favourite City for Leisure in the Asia-Pacific” by readers of DestinAsian magazine, a leading travel and lifestyle magazine. The cosmopolitan capital of
Eighteen thousand people streamed through the doors of the Adelaide Convention Centre over four days (March 11-14) to attend free and ticketed events marking the official opening of the Centre’s new
PUTRAJAYA - A mix of European classic and vintage cars arrived in Malaysia for a programme called ‘Vintage Car Rally: Destination Fascinating Malaysia 2015’, from 16 to 30 March.
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), one of the world's leading hotel companies, has signed a management agreement with Tasmania-based hospitality company, The Kalis Group, for a new Crowne Plaza
The draft determination by the ACCC on a joint venture between Qantas and China Eastern, casts a negative light on the future growth of the Chinese visitor market to Australia, ATEC Managing Director,
SYDNEY - 32 of Europe, the Middle East and Asia’s best luxury travel products will head to Australia to showcase their products to 350 of Australia’s best luxury travel advisors at the sell out
BANGKOK - The Beach: A Photographer’s Journey, a 60-minute TV series on the community and geography of Thailand’s islands in the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand has won an intermedia-globe GOLD
SINGAPORE - Global travel search company Skyscanner has released its latest findings on the best time to book flights, revealing that savvy Singaporeans who wish to increase their chances of getting
Jamie Oliver arrived in Hong Kong this week to announce the launch of his second Italian restaurant in the city.
SYDNEY Australia’s consumer watchdog on Tuesday said it planned to reject a proposal by airlines Qantas and China Eastern to more closely coordinate their operations, saying it will harm competition.