YANGON Myanmar’s Ministry of Hotels and Tourism will target 4.5 to 5 million tourist arrivals in 2015 and 7.5 million by 2020.
BANGKOK Airports of Thailand will complete improvements at all of the six airports under its management over the next two years.
HANOI Vietnam’s Culture, Sports, and Tourism Minister, Hoang Tuan Anh, has confirmed the elimination of brutal festivals in which animals are beaten to death for sacrifices linked to religious or
CHIANG MAI Dry spells continue in July, but heavy rains are forecast for late July to mid-October according to the latest forecast from the Northern Meteorological Centre.
BANGKOK AccorHotels, Asia-Pacific, is sponsoring the travels of a solar-powered tuk tuk taxi on a journey from Bangkok to Toulouse in France.
PENANG Heralded in the International New York Times as one of Asia’s hottest up-and-coming arts events, Penang’s George Town Festival returns this August with an enviable line-up of local and
SEOUL The Korean Air chief steward ejected from a flight by a senior airline executive in a now infamous “nut rage” incident, has had his industrial injury claim approved by a state agency, officials
SAMUI Defence lawyers for two Myanmar migrants charged with killing two British tourists in Thailand criticised police handling of the case as the trial opened Wednesday, accusing them of failing to
BEIJING and LOS ANGELES - Air China has launched the third nonstop service between Beijing and Los Angeles from July 1, 2015. This is the first time that ocean-crossing three-times daily flights from
BANGKOK, Thailand - Leading luxury hospitality group MANATHAI Hotels & Resorts is preparing to offer travellers more insight into Thailand and Thainess when the latest in its unique collection of
NEW DELHI - Oberoi Hotels & Resorts has been voted World's Best Hotel Brand by Travel + Leisure, World's Best Awards, 2015. Furthermore, The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur has been voted the World's Best
NEW DELHI - Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, one of the world's largest and most dynamic hotel groups, announced the signing of Radisson Resort Hosur, in Tamil Nadu, expected to open in 2018.
MACAO - Conrad Macao’s signature Chinese restaurant Dynasty 8 has been awarded ‘Two Wine Glasses’ at the 2015 China’s Wine List of the Year Awards for the second year in a row. Receiving Two Glasses
BANGKOK - Chatrium Hotels and Residences donated Baht 117,666.75 cash to the Nepal Red Cross for Nepal earthquake relief through the Thai Red Cross Society.
CEBU CITY, Philippines - Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:HOT) announced the signing of Sheraton Mactan Resort, a new build property comprised of hotel and branded residences on the
BANGKOK - On June 21, 2015, the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) presented Nepal with the PATA Nepal Tourism Rapid Recovery Task Force Report to help the country recover from the devastating
NEW DELHI - Bangkok leads the Asian cities list of the most searched global summer holiday destinations by Indians, according to global travel search site Skyscanner.
Tourism New Zealand is growing its trade, PR and marketing activities in the lucrative premium sector by joining forces with Signature Travel Network, one of North America’s leading luxury travel
Amaris Hospitality has announced the creation of a hotel investment and hospitality group, which will bring together a unique portfolio of hotel assets, owned by the global private equity firm Lone
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has unveiled a new campaign intended to encourage more Thais to take twin-centre domestic trips.
Travelport‘s mobile strategy has taken a major step forward with the acquisition of Mobile Travel Technologies Ltd (MTT).
The Strand, Yangon‘s luxury colonial era hotel, is moving into the river cruise sector.
In his first speech since the Airports Commission’s clear recommendation for Heathrow expansion, Heathrow CEO John Holland-Kaye has confidently declared the debate on where a new runway should be
Tourism New Zealand is aiming to build on a recent surge in arrivals from Asian countries with its new campaign, “Every day a different journey”.
NEW YORK aerospace giant Boeing delivered 381 commercial aircraft in the first half of 2015, keeping it on track for a new annual record, according to company data released Monday.