2017 Articles Archive

2017 Articles Archive

Osaka freshens tourism offering with wellness packages

Osaka is set to launch a campaign to attract wellness visitors to Japan's second city, initially targeting tourists from neighbouring countries before reaching out...

New Malaysian online tours platform finds niche in adventure

A new online booking platform for adventure-based tours and activities in Malaysia has been launched globally. Currently, Adventoro has more than 400 tours and activities located at...

IHG set for China growth with Kew Green deal

HK CTS Hotels and Kew Green Hotels have signed an agreement with InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) to manage and franchise hotels in China. This deal...

India, Poland to join hands to boost civil aviation

India and Poland are signing an MoU for cooperation in civil aviation, according to an India Times report. The five-year agreement is aimed at bringing...

Holiday Inn Golden Mile Hong Kong picks Aicher as GM

Gerhard Aicher has been named general manager of Holiday Inn Golden Mile Hong Kong. He will be responsible for the overall operations of the...

Yangon heritage building reopens to public

Tourists can now explore one of Myanmar’s most historical colonial buildings as Yangon’s iconic Secretariat opens to the public for the first time in...

Indonesia pumps US$14.8m million into cross-border tourism promotion

To develop and promote cross-border tourism, the Indonesia Ministry of Tourism has set aside 200 billion rupiah (US$14.8 million) and prepared 214 events to...

Tours & activities sector grapples with context, not content

The tours & activities sector is grappling with not just content and distribution, but context, according to Douglas Quinby, senior vice president research, Phocuswright,...

Expedia tips voice as the biggest disrupter in travel

Expedia Inc predicts that voice will trump over chatbots and artificial intelligence as the biggest disrupter in travel in the near term. The company, which...

Study shows social media obsession taking over travel

Nineteen per cent of travellers would rather travel with their smart phones than partners, with 15 per cent of men admitting to using dating...

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