Tag: Singapore

Utilising technology to its full extent important for Singapore to excel in tourism: Iswaran

At the 2018 Tourism Industry Conference, S Iswaran, Minister for Trade and Industry, Singapore, announced that with quantifiable support from technology, the tourism industry in Singapore can reach new heights. He highlighted that technology can be used to sharpen marketing and outreach efforts, refresh tourism offerings and drive greater productivity. Travellers are also increasingly discerning, […]

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RCI’s Mariner of the Seas sets sail for India

TIRUN Travel Marketing, the India representative of Royal Caribbean International has announced cruise sailings to and from India in the pre-monsoon season, onboard the Mariner of the Seas. The cruise line will take guests to the best of Asian destinations including Singapore, Phuket, Muscat, and Dubai as well as Goa. The cruise line has segmented […]

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India’s biggest travel show network TTF opens in Bengaluru

Facilitating the travel trade to meet and market their tourism products, TTF, the biggest travel show network in India for 29 years, is all set to provide the right opportunity to the travel industry from across India to connect and conduct business under one roof. Inaugurated today, the 3-day TTF Bengaluru 2018 is being held […]

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India emerges as third topmost inbound market for Singapore

Kathryn Kannampuzha | Mumbai The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) organised a three-city roadshow in Mumbai, Jaipur and New Delhi. While the roadshow saw full-house participation, GB Srithar, Regional Director-SAMEA, STB, presented a review of how Singapore as a tourism destination faired in 2017. The figures were from January to October 2017, where about 1.1 million […]

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STB organises 2-city roadshow, presents 2017 review & introduces new brand identity

Kathryn Kannampuzha / Mumbai Singapore Tourism Board (STB) is organising a 2-city roadshow in Mumbai and Jaipur. The Mumbai event took place on January 23 at Four Seasons where various stakeholders from Singapore representing hotels, airlines, integrated resorts, attractions, Destination Management Companies (DMCs) and cruise operators were present along with STB’s travel and trade partners. […]

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Singapore’s Passion Made Possible to entice tourists

The Singapore Tourism Board and the Singapore Economic Development Board unveiled a unified brand, Passion Made Possible, to market Singapore internationally for travel and tourism industry. Launched officially in Singapore by Minister for Trade and Industry S. Iswaran, in a bid to put forth Singapore’s unique attitude and mindset: a passionate, never-settling spirit of determination […]

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Singapore defines Casinos and luxury

Singapore is one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world. Not to mention the fact that if you are looking for luxurious casino resorts then you are in the right place. Marina Bay Sands is a world of fine dining, high-end shops, Broadway shows and infinity pools. Source: BBC

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A slice of nature at Singapore

Singapore is a city that will charm you and enthral your senses but if you’re ever thinking of getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city come down to the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, a 400-acre reserve that is home to more than 1,000 species of plants and 200 species of animals. Source: […]

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Singapore focuses on ecotourism with two new wildlife parks

Mandai Park Holdings (MPH) has initiated work on its new ‘Mandai rejuvenation project’. This will see existing Singapore Zoo, River Safari and Night Safari expanded and supplemented with a brand new Bird Park and Rainforest Park as well. The project will use ‘impacted land’ for redevelopment since 2008, as well as space currently used by […]

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For the Demonitisation to be a lasting success, follow the Trump Tax Plan

Sanjiv Agarwal The 50 days of demonitisation have been perhaps most demonising ones in the economic life of the country, since liberalisation. At the heart of it may be the trust deficit of private citizens in the government, due to unreasonably high taxes. If Singapore and soon, the USA could manage with 15% kind of […]

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