SYDNEY - The accolade follows the Centre’s recent celebration of its 25th anniversary and comes as the venue prepares for its December closure to allow for the redevelopment of the Darling Harbour
DUBAI - The first WIT Middle East will uncover the region’s travel story, unearth the opportunities and promise of one of the world’s wealthiest regions and share stories from local and global players
BEIJING - Shijiebang.com, a leading travel platform linking Chinese outbound travelers to local tour operators overseas, announced the launch of Trip Planning Assistant (TPA) to assist travelers with
Clear and accurate messages to tourists on safety and security will build confidence in a country ability to host visitors.
The Khao Phra Wiharn National Park’s More E-Dang Cliff reopened for tourists last Saturday after the International Court of Justice ruled that both Thailand and Cambodia must work together to resolve
SYDNEY / BANGKOK - The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) has announced a Preferred Partnership with specialist insights provider, MyTravelResearch.com. The aim is to give PATA members access to
SYDNEY - Traditional markets in Europe continue to be an important focus for Australia’s business events industry, with a delegation of leading business events and convention industry operators
HONG KONG – The recently announced Cross Border Pass arrangement will make cruising to popular destinations Danang and Halong Bay in Vietnam on SuperStar Gemini hassle free for all Chinese nationals.
AUCKLAND - Hotels.com has taken its Christmas shopping basket around the globe to find which destinations offer the best-value-for-money Christmas gifts!
QUANG BINH - The central province of Quang Binh on November 15 hosted a conference on tourism connectivity between central provinces in a bid to better link travel agencies and hospitality businesses
HANOI – According to Mr. Nguyen Van Tuan – General Director of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, during the last two decades, Vietnam tourism has strongly grown; representing an
DALLAS - Leading online accommodation reservation website Hotels.com announced a partnership with Tourism and Events Queensland to showcase exciting travel options near the Great Barrier Reef. The two
LONDON - A new travel company specialising in tailor-made holidays to and around the Australian island state of Tasmania has been launched. The majority of product has never before been available to
PHU YEN - As determined for Phu Yen province’s tourism sector, Russian tourists is the strategic market; the demands and tastes of these tourists are comparatively easy-going, compatible with the
HEIDE - During this month’s successful World Trade Market (WTM) in London and at September’s World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) Asia Summit in Seoul, where none other than Mr Tony Blair was
SYDNEY - ATEC Chairman, John King OAM, said the focus on improving regional tourism needed to be maintained in order for Australia to meet its growth expectations from the tourism economy.
BANGKOK - Laos’ efforts to protect its environment and develop a responsible tourism policy were rewarded in London during the World Travel Market with the attribution of the Best Responsible Wildlife
HONG KONG – Velaa PrivateIslandis the realization of founders Radka and Jiri Smejc’s quest to establish an exceptional private luxury retreat with service that goes beyond traditional resorts. Four
VIENTIANE - Vietnam joined Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, and Indonesia at the third ministerial meeting on tourism and cultural cooperation, which was held in the Lao city of Vientiane on
MELBOURNE - Accor Vacation Club has announced that their prestigious apartment hotel in Flinders Lane Melbourne is now to be known as The Sebel Melbourne Flinders Lane, part of a group of properties
HONG KONG - Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has been appointed by Cambodia-based property developer Vattanac Properties to manage Rosewood Phnom Penh, scheduled to open in 2015. This latest signing is
DA NANG - Da Nang’s 2013 - 2014 cruise ship season began in late October and will continue through to May.
BANGKOK- Typhoon Haiyan who recently devastated the Philippines reached also Vietnam over the week-end. Despite its weakening activity, the typhoon brought heavy rains generating flooding in Central
SYDNEY - A new strategic partnership between Business Events Sydney (BESydney) and Sydney Symphony Orchestra (SSO) will continue to build the city’s reputation as a leading global destination for
BANGKOK - The demonstrations in Bangkok remain normal and are mainly taking places at the Democracy Monument, Phan Fa Bridge and Makkawan Bridge on Ratchadamnoen Avenue.