Category: Asia Pacific

Macao Light Festival 2020 will celebrate its rich culture and history through light artistry

Organized by Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) and co-organized by Municipal Affairs Bureau, Cultural Affairs Bureau and Sports Bureau, Macao Light Festival 2020 will brighten up the city with colourful lights and carnival elements every night between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. from 26 September to 31 October 2020. Held for the 6 consecutive years, […]

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Korea Tourism Organization’s latest campaign reminisces fond memories of South Korea travels

The campaign #TakeMeBackToKorea aims to keep hope afloat among travellers and bring alive Korean moments  Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) launches a new campaign – #TakeMeBackToKorea for holidaymakers to wander in Korean reminisce. With travel being restricted, people are reliving their past adventures and dreaming about moments where they explored their favourite destinations with a hope […]

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Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas offers special packages for short haul getaways

Ideally situated within a short four-hour direct flight from the United Arab Emirates or major gateways from India, a beach vacation in the Maldives offers the ultimate in seclusion and privacy, whether for family reunions, romantic escapes or simply to disconnect to reconnect. Ahead of the resort’s reopening from 27th September 2020, Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas is […]

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Destination Singapore gears up for re-opening with innovation at its core

Robot cleaners, social distancing, contactless management – innovation is at the core of Singapore’s tourism sector as the city-state gears up for re-opening: Singapore is re-opening the tourism sector in tandem with the rest of the economy. While the recovery for tourism will take time and international travel will not return in any significant way […]

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Indian tourists are a top priority for Nepal in their tourism revival efforts

Bikash Lamsal, Nepal’s Tourist Minister stated that Indian tourists comprise the highest number of foreign travellers to the country and that is why Nepal will place special emphasis on wooing Indians once the COVID-19 related travel restrictions are lifted. Per reports, 40% of tourists who visited Pokhra, the capital city of Gandaki Pradesh in 2019 […]

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MICE and Taiwan: New Challenges, New Outlook

Of late, the MICE sector has come increasingly in focus, especially as global tourism takes small steps towards establishing a new normalcy Studies show that MICE matters a great deal to host destinations, and in the new ‘normal’, we look at the sector from a holistic viewpoint. As per a Bloomberg Economics report from July […]

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Golfing in Thailand survey reveals interesting insights

Amazing Thailand is a dream destination for golfers from all around the world as it has amazing Golf facilities. More than 250 golf courses are ideally located throughout the country. Top-quality courses, reasonable green fees, friendly caddies attract golfers to visit this amazing place. To bring value to this offering, SLW- the leading Golf Management […]

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SriLankan Airlines to play pivotal role as Sri Lanka reopens for tourism

Once Sri Lanka reopens its borders for travellers, tourism is expected to be one of the primary economic drivers and the National Carrier, SriLankan Airlines, is expected to play a pivotal role in the country’s economic recovery. Fully owned and backed by the Government of Sri Lanka, the Airline was forced to suspend scheduled services […]

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Singapore Tourism Board partners with Tripoto to help Indians rediscover the city now, travel later

  The Singapore Tourism Board has partnered with Tripoto, one of India’s largest social travel platforms, to launch a microsite within Tripoto’s website. This is part of its continuing efforts to keep Singapore in the minds of the Indian audience, even as the Covid-19 pandemic has stalled outbound travel. The microsite is a one-stop guide […]

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‘Loy River Song’ takes its maiden Journey to Thailand’s lost kingdom of Ayutthaya

Loy River Song, Thailand’s latest ultra-private luxury river cruise, has officially launched on the Chao Phraya River, charting a route from modern-day Bangkok to Siam’s ancient capital of Ayutthaya, offering a collection of itineraries ranging from two days/one night to four days/three nights, Loy Pela Voyages allows guests to choose the experience that best suits […]

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