LONDON - Hotels in the Asia/Pacific region experienced decreases in the three key performance metrics in April 2013 when reported in U.S. dollars, according to data compiled by STR Global.
Thailand has welcomed 19.04 percent more international arrivals during January and April this year, compared to the same period last year.
AYUTTHAYA- Thailand former capital city of Ayuttahya is well known from international travellers as a historical and heritage destination, especially since the inception of the city as a World
SINGAPORE – Sofitel Luxury Hotels announced the continued expansion of its So SPA in Asia Pacific, the brand’s spa concept designed exclusively for Sofitel hotels worldwide.
Continuously at the forefront of Fashion, Music and Design, W Hotels Worldwide has sound tracked numerous fashion festivals from Bangkok to New York and worked with many immerging designers to infuse
Artists from the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) at the University of Melbourne, will transform Melbourne's historic landmark, The Hotel Windsor, into an inspiring and captivating art space later
NEW DELHI - Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi received a Certificate of Excellence award from Trip Advisor for top performance in hospitality. The accolade, which honours hospitality excellence, is given only
HONG KONG – Hotels G, a hospitality management group headquartered in Hong Kong, has announced its major expansion and development plans of its trendy lifestyle brand, Hotel G.
No Vacancy, Asia’s most dynamic and relevant accommodation industry event, returns to Bangkok on June 25 at Sofitel Sukhumvit Bangkok with fantastic speakers, a fast-paced, issued-based program and
The Tasmanian Budget has taken yet another swipe at the struggling tourism industry and puts in jeopardy the hard work and commitment of the State’s tourism industry.
Cultural institutions are recognising the contribution they can make to the local tourism industry for the industry’s benefit and their own, ongoing viability, says the former head of Tourism at the
HANOI- Funded by Spanish Government through the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation and Development, a € 400,000 project was carried out in some Central Highlands and northern mountainous
PARIS - Until July 14, 2013, The first great exhibition dedicated to this archipelago in Europe, “Philippines, Archipel des Echanges” presents 310 pre-colonial works – sculptures, pottery, textiles,
MADRID - According to the latest Amadeus’ survey, Asia dominated again air transport last year. Although all regions in the world recorded a growth, air travel in Asia jumped significantly by 9%
BANGKOK - The Thailand Travel Mart 2013 Plus (TTM+2013) to be held between June 5-7, 2013, will break new ground with two first-time events: the participation of Yunnan Provincial Tourism
FRANKFURT - There is so much to look forward to at Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (the Centre) as it rolls out its signature food and beverage (F&B) offerings with “Culinaria” the latest
While May 19, 2013 marked Pentecost Sunday across many Western countries, China instead celebrated National Tourism Day. This year the country delighted in the fact that China has become the biggest
SHARJAH-UAE - “Sharjah is looking forward to the UAE-Korea Economic Partnership Forum, to be held from 27-28 May in Seoul, the capital of South Korea, hoping to make the most of the new avenues of
SHANGHAI - AmRest HK Limited, a HK Company, recently celebrated the grand opening of its second La Tagliatella Italian restaurant in Shanghai, China. Built just behind the Oriental Pearl Radio and TV
TOKYO - Summer is around the corner, and Kyushu, the southern island of Japan, with its rich culture, enchanting geography and popular attractions is a destination on the rise for international
BETHESDA, MD. - The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation has committed 40.5 million RMB ($6.5 million) over five years to support China's youth through the Marriott China Hospitality Education
International tourist arrivals to Thailand posted a growth of 19.04% during January to April this year, according to Ministry of Tourism and Sports’ data.
Released late last week, the ministry’s
PUTRAJAYA (May 22): Street rallies and demonstrations have no effect on Malaysia’s appeal as an international tourist destination as records have shown that the country continues to enjoy an increase
PHUKET, 22 May 2013: A massive blackout apparently originating from a fault at an hydropower station at the Rachaphrapa dam in Surat Thani blacked out Phuket last night, along with all provinces
MACAU, 22 May 2013: Casino industry leaders met in the world’s biggest gambling hub of Macau on Tuesday for the Global Gaming Expo Asia, a three-day fair of gambling innovations at the glitzy Venetian