BANGKOK - Dusit International announces an unprecedented partnership with The Nation and the Asia News Network, in a bid to further expand its reach across Asia Pacific via the organisation’s robust
CHONGQING, China - Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group and CUTC Chongqing Easpring Hot Spring Development Co. Ltd announced the signing of Radisson Blu Resort Chongqing BeiBei in Chongqing, China. This is
SINGAPORE - Boeing (NYSE: BA) is enhancing its support to customers in Southeast Asia through a joint venture in Singapore with SIA Engineering Company (SGX: SIAEC). Boeing and SIAEC signed an
Post show research conducted among Asian Hosted Buyers before and during CIBTM 2013 has identified their clear demand to meet more European suppliers at this year’s event, taking place at the China
HANNOVER - Deutsche Messe AG announced its debut as an operator on the Indonesian exhibition market. On July 8 a contract covering the future operation of the Indonesia Convention Exhibition center
BANGKOK - Four years ago, the then-President of Airports of Thailand (AOT) unveiled to the media the future expansion plan of Suvarnabhumi Airport. A satellite was due to be constructed and finished
BANGKOK - The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is rolling out its 2015 domestic tourism marketing plan with three key aims under the “Fall in Love with Thailand" theme. One is to promote secondary
As Australia celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures during NAIDOC week, Tourism Australia acknowledged the efforts of the country's Indigenous Tourism Champions in providing
KUALA LUMPUR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - It was the wee hours of the morning, but the arriving Chinese tourists on a charter flight from Wuhan at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport on July 10 had
SINGAPORE - Travelers looking to enjoy extended stays at their favorite hotels in Asia Pacific this year can take advantage of Preferred Hotel Group’s Stay More, Save More package to save up to 30% on
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia has announced its 2014 Cruise Week will be held from September 1-8, with CLIA offices from around the globe collaborating on the major
The Philippines’ largest airline Cebu Pacific said, Wednesday, it has ceased carrying shark fins, becoming the latest carrier to impose a ban as part of global conservation efforts.
Prayer rooms, hijabs made from local silk and even halal-certified whale meat are appearing in Japan as tourism bosses wake up to the demand from Muslim travellers.
Thais and foreign residents can enjoy a four-day holiday starting this Friday thanks to two Buddhist holidays on Friday and Saturday that usher in the three-month Buddhist Lent.
Centara Hotels and Resorts senior vice president for sales and marketing, Chris Bailey, has announced the appointment of Xihan Hao as marketing manager for China.
Shanghai-based JuneYao Airlines has chosen Abacus to distribute its group content exclusively in Taiwan, as the carrier expands services from across the straits to Taipei and second city, Kaohsiung.
If travellers thought train travel was fun in Thailand they should think again; it can be dangerous especially for female travellers.
The Tourism Council of Thailand will propose key strategies to boost tourism when it meets National Council for Peace and Order leaders next Wednesday.
An Indonesian court Tuesday sentenced a boat skipper to three years’ imprisonment over an ill-fated diving trip which killed two of the seven Japanese women taking part.
Tourism Authority of Thailand says it will concentrate on recovering lost business in Asia/Pacific and expanding promotions to secondary and emerging markets.
Tourism Authority of Thailand introduced three key campaigns to boost domestic tourism in 2015 during its Marketing Action Plan presented to the private sector Monday.
Cam Ranh Airport opened a tourism support centre to provide assistance to visitors last week.
Tourism Authority of Thailand will rejig its Amazing Thailand tagline to take on board fun and happiness.
First it was the award winning Rainforest World Music Festival with Sarawak’s traditional Sape, the boat-shaped lute that became the symbol of the festival, then it was the Borneo Jazz, bringing jazz
Myanmar Restaurant Association says food stalls that cater to tourists need to clean up their act and the association is going to lend a hand.