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.
The downing of flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine was a “hideous crime” and hurdles to a probe of the tragedy are an “outrage”, global airline federation IATA said on Tuesday.
Five Paris hotels on Monday launched a scheme allowing guests to “pay what you want” in an experiment that may be extended if successful.
A record 28 million foreign tourists flocked to Spain during the first half of the year, with British and German holidaymakers leading the wave, the government said on Monday.
Centara Hotels & Resorts has named John Bendtsen as general manager of Centara Ceysands Resort & Spa Sri Lanka.
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Thailand’s main gateway Suvarnabhumi Airport will handle less than 50 million passengers by year end, down from 52 million last year.
The top three historical attractions in the Lao capital, That Luang, Hor Phra Keo and Sisaket Museum, attracted over 300,000 visitors January to June.
For years Nguyen Huu Son has guided Chinese tourists around Vietnam’s popular coastal city Danang, but a bitter maritime dispute between Hanoi and Beijing means he is now out of work.
The Luang Prabang Safe and Green Tourism Scheme will launch “The Mark” – a clean and safe dining initiative – at a ceremony due to be held at Luang Prabang View Hotel, 24 July, with some 100
TripAdvisor claims its latest study shows that consumer interest in visiting holiday destinations in Thailand is on the rise, especially in long-haul, emerging markets.
Vietnam National Administration of Tourism will propose more visa exemptions to the authorities for visitors from certain markets in North America, Europe, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Australia, while
Thailand will waive the tourist visa fee for Chinese and Taiwanese visitors for three months, starting 1 August, to support tourism recover.
The country’s governing National Council for Peace and
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) and the Ministry of Tourism of Cambodia are pleased to announce the launch of The International Conference on Community Development Through Tourism (ICCDT),
BANGKOK - The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) and the Ministry of Tourism of Cambodia are pleased to announce the launch of The International Conference on Community Development Through Tourism
NEW DELHI, 18 July 2014: State-run carrier Air India has pared its losses thanks to a better all-round performance, but the new right-wing government has no plans to privatise the flagship airline, a
SINGAPORE, 18 July 2014: A distribution partnership between Spring Airlines and Abacus signed in Januar, this year, sees the two companies offering a product training programme for agents centred on
BANGKOK, 18 July 2014: International tourist arrivals to Thailand posted a decline of 10.22% during January to June this year according to Ministry of Tourism and Sports’ data.
HANOI, 18 July 2014: Vietnam will focus more on domestic tourists to boost revenue and spread the benefits of tourism beyond the main destinations.
SINGAPORE - InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) and international investment group, Pro-Invest have signed a franchise agreement for a 226-room Holiday Inn Express hotel in Brisbane’s Spring Hill. The
HONG KONG - Rail Europe, the worldwide leader of European rail distribution, has inaugurated its 9th representative office in Shanghai. Although Rail Europe was already present in the region with its
BANGKOK - Dusit Fudu Hotels and Resorts, the Chinese joint venture hotel management company between leading Asian hospitality group Dusit International and local partners Changzhou Qiao Yu Group, is
MYANMAR - Active Travel Asia is a long standing name of adventure travel to Indochina countries including Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar.
SEOUL, Korea - Governor Hong Joon-pyo, Gyeongsangnam-do Province, Jeffrey Godsick, president of Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products, and Tim Fisher, CEO of Village Roadshow Theme Parks, announced