MIAMI - Miami-Dade Aviation Director (MDAD) Emilio T. Gonzalez traveled to Taipei, Taiwan last week to hold a series of one-on-one meetings with key Asian airline executives and government officials
Award-winning travel company WildChina is venturing into new lands with a set of private journeys exploring Bhutan. The three journeys each have a distinct flavor, showcasing the breadth of tourism
BANGKOK, Thailand - Asia-Pacific hotel management, development and consulting group, Bespoke Hospitality Management Asia (BHMAsia) announced the 2014 corporate update and reveals the direction for
Chatrium Hotels & Residences offers double point rewards for Chatrium Point Plus+ on every stay and catering event in Bangkok from April 1 to May 31, 2015.
HONG KONG - Guests staying at Mandarin Oriental, Sanya now have the unique opportunity to experience the breath-taking scenery of Sanya with a test-drive in the ultra-limited edition, MINI Inspired By
WASHINGTON Etihad Airways chief James Hogan defended the UAE carrier, Tuesday, against harsh attacks from US airlines over subsidies, saying his company was a “David” battling the US “Goliaths”.
BANGKOK The Tourism Authority of Thailand marked its 55th anniversary at an event, Wednesday, attended by senior TAT officials as well as members of the tourism private sector and media.
PHUKET Owner and vice president of Kata Group Resorts Thailand, Tunyaratt Achariyachai, won an “Outstanding ASEAN Women Entrepreneurs 2015” award earlier this month.
BANGKOK International tourist arrivals to Thailand posted an improvement of 16.30% in January, according to Ministry of Tourism and Sports’ data.
YANGON Local company Tala Mon is planning to invest more than USD3 million over the next two years to renovate a historic Death Railway site in Mon State.
PHNOM PENH Cambodia’s tourist arrivals registered an increase of 4.2% in January, this year, according to the country’s statistics and tourist Information Department.
Tourism in Qatar is on a high with several projects underway.
Amadeus UK has revealed the latest enhancements to Amadeus Ticket Changer, an automated suite of products that the company claims enables travel professionals to efficiently manage re-pricing,
Thailand’s tourism industry continued to show evidence of a recovery in January 2015, as the country welcomed 2.65 million international visitors – 16.3% more than the same month last year.
DoubleTree by Hilton has begun welcoming guests at its 25th hotel in the UK – DoubleTree by Hilton Nottingham – Gateway.
A new business intelligence solution has been launched that allows business owners to engage with customers using their free Wi-Fi hotspots.
Ritz-Carlton has signed a new property in Melbourne which is set to become the highest luxury hotel in Australia.
Best Western has launched a new hotel brand designed to target the new generation of “millennial” travellers.
HONIARA, Solomon Islands - Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau chairman, Wilson Ne’e has confirmed the appointment of Tropics Tourism & Marketing Services as its industry marketing representative
BANGKOK - The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is pleased to announce that Dr Helena Lo is the recipient of the most prestigious honour for young tourism professionals in Asia Pacific – the 2015
SINGAPORE - Sphere Conferences, the conference arm of Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SPH) announced the launch of the inaugural Hospitality Investment Conference Indonesia 2015, to be held from 12
Adelaide’s newest and most ambitious luxury boutique hotel has opened its doors. Located on King William Street with easy access to the city’s best bars and shops, the five-star Mayfair Hotel is set
BANGKOK - Thailand’s visitor arrivals surged to a record total of 2,654,634 in January 2015, up by 16.30% over January 2014, according to figures published by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports. This
HONG KONG - "Weibo Star 2014" award presentation ceremony hosted by Sina Weibo HK was held on 17 March 2015 in recognition of the most influential corporations in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Airlines is
BANGKOK - The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is to mark the 55th anniversary of its founding to commemorate its historic role in the development of the kingdom’s leading service-sector industry.