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WUYUAN - With the approach of China's traditional Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day, Wuyuan County, also often referred to as "China's most beautiful countryside", resplendent with the blue color
MOSCOW - Thailand is planning a prominent, high-profile presence at Russia’s largest travel fair, the Moscow Autumn Travel Industry Week (MATIW) Leisure 2013 between 17 - 20 September 2013.
BANGALORE - Hyderabad Angels, iLabs Venture Capital Fund, Navlok Ventures and CIIE(IIM A) have decided to buy an undisclosed amount of stake in one of the largest travel curators of the country,
BALI - Following the overwhelming success of the first Sheraton 3K Kuta Beach Fun Run, Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort with UNICEF will bring together the fun run happening, this time for a better cause.
BANGKOK – A series of outstanding case studies, presented at the 3rd China Responsible Tourism Forum (CRTF) in Jiuzhaigou, Sichuan Province on 12 September, confirmed that responsible tourism is
JAKARTA - President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono remains convinced that Indonesian tourism is facing a bright future especially as emphasis should be given to more partnerships between local
DALLAS – India’s Fortune Hotels, a member of ITC’s hotel group, has renewed 11 hotels, added 19 and switched seven properties to Pegasus Solutions. The hotel management company’s full portfolio of
MUMBAI - Magic Holidays, a leading player in the timeshare vacations sector in India, announced its aggressive growth plans during a select media meet this afternoon. Mr. Hitesh Kshatriya, Chief
KUCHING - The International Convention Scholarship Award recipients were announced by Mr Mike Cannon, Managing Director of Sarawak Convention Bureau (SCB) at a press conference held at the Bureau’s
LONDON — The Asia Pacific hotel development pipeline comprises 1,829 hotels totalling 401,024 rooms, according to the August 2013 STR Global Construction Pipeline Report. The total active pipeline
TUMON - In 1996, at the height of travel and tourism on Guam, the island welcomed over 194,000 visitors from Korea, the most we have seen from this source market. The Guam Visitors Bureau’s Research
BANGKOK - Minor Hotel Group, a hotel owner, operator and investor, has announced the addition of its first property in Cambodia. The group has acquired majority ownership of the Sothea Boutique Resort
BANGKOK - Thailand has invited people from all over the world to rediscover their fabulous self during the country's "FindYourFabulous" campaign, and medical tourism portal MyMEDHoliday.com has been
CHAOYANG - Argyle Hotel Group is proud to announce the signing of another member hotel into the Groups burgeoning stable of hotels.
HO CHI MINH CITY– Urban tourism has never been so far a big concern among cities in Southeast Asia, especially when looking at trans-border cooperation. Singapore was the first to position itself as a
KUALA LUMPUR- The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will be commencing a study on the Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle's (IMT-GT) Special Border Economic Zone (SBEZ) scoping study in January
BANGKOK- According to a new PhoCusWright Global and Asia Pacific Edition report, traditional carriers are scrambling to drive direct online sales and unbundling services to boost profitability as LCCs
Elephants save tourists  14-Sep-2013
Elephants were dispatched to rescue 16 tourists stranded in a jungle near Khao Lak bech resort 100 km north of Phuket Wednesday after torrential rains and landslides cut the trail home.
Danang officials say there is an oversupply of one and two-star hotels caused by too many SME investors attempting to cash in on a tourism boom.
Association of Thai Travel Agents says Thailand visa exemption for Montenegro will not do much for the country’s tourism prospects.
Samed plans road shows  14-Sep-2013
Samed Resorts Group will organise roadshows linked to international travel trade fairs to clarify the resort’s situation after an oil slick closed two of its six properties last July.
TOURISM Malaysia is making its first concerted effort to woo volunteer tourists, namely travellers who wish to contribute to the community or to the preservation of wildlife in a destination through
BUSINESSES on Koh Samet are still reeling from July's oil spill, despite assurances from officials that the destination is clean and safe.
AXESS International Network (AXESS) and Travelport today jointly announce their partnership to roll out a new Japanese GDS in early October.
SOME 86 per cent of Asian hoteliers intending to open new properties in the coming year will be opening them in Asia, signalling a deep-seated belief in the ascendancy of the region's tourism
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