BANGKOK, Thailand and HANGZHOU, China - Amadeus, a leading technology partner for the global travel industry and Alipay, China's leading online payment service provider, announced a strategic
The Hertz Corporation, the world’s largest general use car rental brand, has launched the Family and Prestige Collections at airport and downtown locations in Singapore, in an industry first for Asia.
BANGKOK - With a parade of Thai beauty queens and a mass release of 10,000 smiley-balloons, the Thai tourism industry has told the world that it is back in business, safe and ready to receive
Award-winning luxury travel company WildChina has launched new small group set departure journeys to address the gap in quality group travel offerings for first time visitors to China. Especially
LONDON, 30 July 2014: Young foreigners are drawn to Britain by its rich culture and good manners, but are put off by its weather and passion for binge-drinking and lousy food, according to a survey
BANGKOK, 30 July 2014: Asia’s most expensive train ride, the Oriental Express, came to serious grief, earlier this week, when the train derailed in Thailand’s Ratchaburi province. It was on its way to
BANGKOK, 30 July 2014: ONYX Hospitality Group has appointed Douglas Martell as executive vice president, chief operating officer.
BANGKOK, 30 July 2014: Amadeus has teamed up with Alipay, an online payment service provider in China to add the option of paying through Alipay when using Amadeus to book airline and travel products.
HANOI, 30 July 2014: Just days after introducing nap pods at Hanoi’s international airport the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam has halted operations claiming there had been complaints and
HANOI, 30 July 2014: Vietnam’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism asked the Prime Minister, last week, to extend visa exemption from 15 days to 30 days for Russian visitors.
International experts were examining the site of the fatal TransAsia Airways crash in Taiwan over the weekend, as new evidence surfaced that the plane may have collided with nearby trees before
Outrigger Enterprises Group has named Barton Jackson as director of finance and analysis.
Association of Thai Travel Agents says the National Council for Peace and Order policy to cut the visa fee for Chinese and Taiwanese during 1 August to 31 October should benefit tourism.
Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport introduces sleep pods for sale to serve passengers who face extended delays, or cancelled flights.
Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau has hatched its latest strategy to turn Pattaya into an international meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions destination in Asia.
Tourists planning a visit to Thailand can now buy additional online insurance cover, known as Thailand Travel Shield from three leading Thai insurance companies.
A hill in the Mekong River delta region of Vietnam has finally been recognised as a tourist attraction zone by the Ai Giang People’s Committee, last week,
Taiwanese officials Thursday defended flight clearance given to a TransAsia plane which crashed while trying to land during stormy weather, killing 48 people.
Flight GE222 was carrying 54 passengers
From August, a select group of lucky thrill-seekers, will experience Cartoon Network’s first waterpark that is due to open at site just south of Pattaya.
Tourism Malaysia’s award winning video ‘Malaysia Truly Asia – The Essence of Asia’ gained another recognition this time from the 2014 PATA Gold Awards for best ‘Promotional Travel Video’ under the
The People’s Committee of Dak Lak, Vietnam, recently set up a tourism information and promotion centre in Buon Ma Thuot city to assist tourists.
South Korea will fast track visa applications for Vietnamese tourists reducing the approval period from a week to around three days.
Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau says the country MICE sector will still win some major international events despite the political setbacks and concerns over security.
Emirates has opened its refurbished lounge at Suvarnabhumi Airport for first and business class passengers.
Malaysia said Tuesday it would “securely” hold the black boxes of crashed flight MH17 before handing them over to an international investigation team, to be led by the Netherlands.