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Nepal set to welcome foreign tourists from October

The Nepalese government will reopen the country's borders to international tourists from October 17, 2020, following an almost eight-month-long shutdown. Incoming travellers will be required...

Singapore tourism SMEs clinch lifeline from STB-Visa MoU

Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and Visa have signed a three-year MoU to buoy up tourism and lifestyle SMEs that have been impacted by Covid-19. The...

DCT Abu Dhabi taps Tripadvisor’s new data platform to power campaign

The Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) is among the early adopters of Tripadvisor's newly-launched first-party data platform delivering...

Coordinated global Covid-19 plan to save travel and tourism on the...

WTTC is confident that an internationally coordinated plan to save the travel and tourism industry will be sealed by mid-October, following extensive discussions with...

Vietjet to restart select international flights from Vietnam

Vietnam's budget carrier Vietjet will reopen some of its regular international flights from Vietnam to Japan, South Korea and Taiwan from September 29, 2020. The...

Adult Singaporeans to get US$74 tourism vouchers; visitor caps at attractions...

From December, all Singaporeans aged 18 and above will receive S$100 (US$74) worth of SingapoRediscovers vouchers, which can be used on staycations, attraction tickets...

PATA underscores the role of hygiene in driving APAC’s tourism recovery

Residents in Asia-Pacific countries harbour an overall positive sentiment around tourism in the region, as compared to the global averages, with most ready to...

PATA virtual roundtable to shed light on Singapore tourism recovery

PATA Singapore Chapter will host the SG Tourism Industry Roundtable: Navigating the Covid Storm online conference on September 24, where industry leaders will provide...

‘Flexibility’ is the new watchword for APAC airline industry recovery

As global aviation heads into a future fraught with uncertainty, Cyril Tetaz, executive vice president, airlines, Asia Pacific, Amadeus, shares why flexibility and agility will be key to Asia-Pacific’s airlines surviving the Covid crisis

Philippine hotels slash staycation rates to rev up demand

In hopes of jumpstarting domestic tourism, Hotel Sales and Marketing Association (HSMA) will hold a two-week sale offering up to 70 per cent discount...

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