BANGKOK Tougher rules will soon apply to end alcohol sales close to schools as well as fuel and transport stations, according to the latest report from the Ministry of Public Health.
BRUSSELS European lawmakers approved Wednesday plans to collect EU passenger data, a measure sought by the United States after years of controversy over how to protect personal information while
NEW YORK Delta Air Lines plans to cancel orders for 60 new planes after company pilots last week voted down a new three-year labour contract, the company’s chief executive said Wednesday.
BARCELONA Users of popular room-rental services such as Airbnb will pay a new tax on their stays in Spain’s Catalonia region under regulations that will affect tourist hotspots such as Barcelona.
BANGKOK If you think you’ve noticed more Chinese tourists in your city of late, you’re not mistaken.
BANGKOK Travel agents enjoyed a whopping 67.94% increase in travel clients arriving at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, January to June this year.
HANOI Vietnam National Administration of Tourism has recommended that the government waive tourist visa requirements for member countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (SNG), eastern
BANGKOK Best Western International has opened new hotel in Solo, Central Java.
PUTRAJAYA Tourist expenditure on shopping took the top spot from accommodation spend for the first quarter of 2015, with an increase of 10.8% to an estimated RM4.9 billion against the same period
SINGAPORE InterContinental Hotels Group has signed a management agreement with Grand Uniland company to open a new Holiday Inn Express hotel in Bangkok’s Chinatown.
SHANGHAI US entertainment giant Disney on Wednesday unveiled details of its planned theme park in Shanghai, promising Chinese features and new attractions not found in its five other resorts.
SINGAPORE Singapore grabbed two honours for the top amusement park and zoo in Asia, according to the lastest TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice awards released Wednesday.
YANGON The e-Visa system for visitors to Myanmar is now open to business travellers, effective 1 July.
HAI PHONG Vu Yen Island, off the northern Vietnamese city of Hai Phong, will be turned into an ecotourism destination with entertainment and second home residential complexes under a megaproject
BANGKOK As many as 89% of Thais, who participated in the latest Visa Global Travel Intentions Study, said they have travelled overseas for leisure in the past two years, logging in five trips in the
BANGKOK - The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) announce the winners of the 2015 PATA Grand and Gold Awards. Proudly supported and sponsored by the Macau Government Tourist Office (MGTO) for the
SINGAPORE – Changi Airport, in celebration of the Nation’s Golden Jubilee, unveiled 50 attractions featuring Singapore’s tourist icons, favourite local dishes and famous landmarks that are designed to
The upcoming 2015 TravelDaily Conference, slated to take place in Shanghai (September 16-17), is a big opportunity to learn more about the O2O model as five CEOs from top intermediaries discuss the
BANGKOK - The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is inviting travellers and visitors from around the world to join the Thai people in marking the start of this year’s three-month Buddhist Lent period
Brisbane has been painted red this week as the city hosts English Premier League giants Liverpool FC for the first time in the club’s 123-year history.
HONG KONG - Genting Hong Kong, along with organisers the Taiwan Tourism Bureau Hong Kong Office and Partners Education Foundation, recently held a press conference on 16 July on board SuperStar Virgo
Tourism New Zealand, Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia are joining forces to run their largest trade familiarisation to New Zealand ever, with 400 travel agents from across Australia.
SYDNEY - Qantas customers can book direct flights to San Francisco for travel from 18 December 2015 with fares available for sale from 14 July.
BANGKOK SpiceRoads introduces a road bike tour on a route that follows the Hoi Chi Minh trail, a former supply route used by the Vietnamese during the second Indochina war in the late 1960s.
ANGKOK Thailand Tourism Authority reports tourism revenue could reach THB2.23 trillion in 2016 on the back of its highly successful ‘Discover Thainess’ campaign.