BEIJING - Multi award-winning Spanish restaurant Agua Beijing is preparing a fiesta of culinary feasts throughout October and November 2013. Agua's mission is to highlight fresh seasonal produce and
BANGALORE - The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, L.L.C., has officially opened the doors of its first luxury hotel in India. Located on Residency Road in the heart of downtown Bangalore, the hotel is part
BANGKOK - The Asia-Pacific hotel management, development and consulting group, BHMAsia has added Away Hua Hin - Pranburi Boutique Bed & Breakfast to its portfolio; the first Away branded property in
CHINA - In a bid to boost inbound travel, China introduced 72-hour transit visa-free policy in the beginning of this year first in Beijing and Shanghai, followed by Guangzhou from 1st August and
THAI nationals travelling by air could soon be allowed to enter Myanmar without a visa and vice versa, if the governments of both countries ink the agreement as expected this November.
THE Malaysian government’s decision to scrap visa on arrival (VoA) for Iran will hurt Iranian arrivals during the Visit Malaysia Year campaign, according to Malaysian travel consultants TTG Asia
Now its second year, Lifestyle Thailand a smartphone application has been refreshed with the latest updates from over 300 participating tourism businesses and filled out with more experiential travel
Asia’s outbound travel boom is a shot in the arm for Australia’s tourism industry that should drive earnings to between A$115 billion to A$140 billion by 2020, Tourism Australia reports.
Work has started on phase two of Sedona Hotel, an expansion that when completed in 2016 will boost the city’s five-star room capacity.
Amadeus, announced Thursday an agreement with dnata, one of the world’s largest combined air services providers, to adopt Amadeus Altéa Departure Control’s Flight Management solution in their
Two derelict houses in Hoi An will get a US$133,000 remake according provincial officials.
Thailand ranks first as a destination for expat quality of life ahead of Singapore and China according to the latest Expat Explorer survey.
PATTAYA – The annual Ocean Marina Pattaya Boat Show is set to take place at Ocean Marina Yacht Club 22–24 November 2013 for the second year, with the aim to promote marine leisure tourism and deliver
BANGKOK - As part of its international "Find Your Fabulous" wellness and medical tourism campaign, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to announce the winners of the competition
NEW YORK - Wendy Wu Tours, the operator of Classic and Premier Group tours to China, has America's most comprehensive range of vacations to China from the USA, now including extensions for cruise
LONDON - The Korea MICE Bureau part of the Korea Tourism Organisation (KTO) announces that UK-based Moulden Marketing Ltd has been appointed as their UK & Scandinavia sales and marketing
SHANGHAI - BESydney CEO, Lyn Lewis-Smith, described the Key Distribution Partner (KDP) Program as a long-term, strategic and results-orientated initiative that was created by BESydney in recognition
LONDON - Korea continues to grow in terms of tourist arrivals to the country. As of September 2013, Korea's global inbound visitor numbers were 9.3% up comparing to Jan-Sept 2012 and the tourism
PHUKET - Anantara Resorts’ latest hideaway in the world famous beach resort of Phuket, Thailand, ushers in a new chapter of unique guest experiences in unsurpassed luxury surrounded by natural
BANGKOK - Lonely Planet, the world's largest travel guide book publisher, has become a Preferred Partner of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA).
BANGKOK- Travellers to Phuket Island now have an exciting new choice of accommodation with the opening of Novotel Phuket Kamala Beach Resort, a newly-built beachfront resort located on idyllic Kamala
SINGAPORE – SITA announced that May Zhou has become Vice President and General Manager of SITA China. As a dedicated aviation professional, Zhou brings wide experience of the industry, combined with
NEW YORK – Nearly ubiquitous adoption of web-enabled mobile devices in China is setting the stage for rapid growth in mobile travel bookings over the next few years. According to a new report from
VISA requirements are a crucial factor in choice of vacation destination for 75 per cent of Asian travellers, while 81 per cent back the idea of an EU-style single visa system for South-east Asia.
Visa announced, Wednesday, it is working closely with Myanmar banks to launch the first Visa multi-currency travel prepaid card for Myanmar cardholders to use when travelling overseas.