YANGON- 300,000 visitors in 2010, one million tourists in 2012, two million last year and most probably three million in 2014. By adding a million foreign visitors, the country is in desperate need
LONDON — STR Global’s preliminary January data shows a positive trend for Sydney.
YAO NOI – With an already impressive lineup of dining alternatives, Six Senses Yao Noi is pulling out all the stops for a feature-filled Culinary Week from 21 February through 3 March.
SYDNEY – Sydney Olympic Park will play host to more than 30,000 business people this May, when Australia's leading business event – CeBIT Australia – will be held at Sydney Showground for the first
PHUKET - An intensive training seminar focusing on Thai massage and other age-old Thai spa treatment techniques will be held from May 12th to May 16th, 2014, in Phuket, Thailand. Titled the Thai Spa
WAIKIKI – Outrigger Enterprises Group, is pleased to announce the following appointments and promotions:
PORT STEPHENS - Major upgrades at two well-known resorts in Port Stephens – The Anchorage and Shoal Bay Resort & Spa – have been designed to attract more conference delegates and corporate visitors to
SYDNEY - John Torode’s Australia, an epic series commissioned by Britain’s leading Pay food TV channel, Good Food, launches on 3rd March 2014 at 8pm in the UK. The series was created in association
HONG KONG – The chef team of SuperStar Libra emerged victorious at the 1st Battle of the Halal Chefs 2014. Together the culinary talent bagged a total of 17 awards at the sizzling culinary battle held
HONIARA – The Solomon Island Visitors Bureau (SIVB) and Solomon Airlines have formalised a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at boosting the destination’s overseas profile and increasing international
SYDNEY - The UNWTO Secretary-General concluded a 5-day trip to Australia where he met with federal and state government officials as well as main private sector associations and UNWTO Affiliate
LONDON—STR Global’s preliminary January data for Singapore indicates negative results for the three key performance metrics.
SANYA - The beaches around the coastal city of Sanya in the Southern resort island of Hainan (China) are very popular with domestic tourists. But they have turned into a magnet for nudists in recent
MANILA- Foreign tourist arrivals in the Philippines grew by 9.56 percent last year from 2012 despite natural disasters that hit the central part of the country during the last quarter, according to
MOSCOW - Transaero Airlines expands its air services to the Republic of Kazakhstan. On March 2, 2014 the airline will launch scheduled flights on the Moscow-Aktobe-Moscow route for the first time in
MALDIVES - Regional Director of Shark Savers and leader of the ”I’m FINished with Fins” campaign, Jonn Lu was invited to sustainable luxury resort in the Maldives, Soneva Fushi to freedive with sharks
PHUKET - A highly specialized seminar in Thai cooking designed for professional chefs will be held from May 5th to May 8th, 2014, in Phuket, Thailand. Titled the Thai Cooking Masterclass, this
MELBOURNE - Karen Bolinger, Chief Executive Officer of the Melbourne Convention Bureau (MCB) has revealed that Birrarung Marr will be the location for the 2014 Asia-Pacific Incentives & Meetings Expo
BRISBANE - Brisbane’s new kid on the block, the Royal International Convention Centre (Royal ICC), is pleased with its first 12 months of business and will celebrate its first anniversary on 2 March.
BALI- The most attractive cruise destination in Indonesia is without any surprise the Island of Bali. But like for many infrastructures in Indonesia, both national and local governments neglected for
SEOUL- North Korea invited diplomats of its allies to a recently completed lavish ski resort, according to the country’s media, Yonhap News Agency which reported about the visit on Jan. 16. The tour
SYDNEY - At the Australian Tourism Awards event held in Sydney last Friday night, the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse (ATDW) was awarded silver for the Tourism ekit in the training and education
Despite ongoing political instability in Thailand, Spain Tourism Board believes it can woo more Thai travellers to visit the country this year.
Vietnam’s most famous cave system, Phong Nha-Ke Bang, will add a zipline by the end of this month and host a hiking race in March.
Kasikorn Research Centre warns that extended political conflicts could harm Thailand’s hotel business growth in 2014.