Spreading the Lunar New Year joy online

For a city where Lunar New Year celebrations are traditionally large-scale, vibrant and a serious tourist magnet, creative solutions must be sought to combat the now-familiar travel and movement restrictions during the pandemic.

Art comes alive with Blue Tree Phuket’s reopening

Leisure and entertainment destination, Blue Tree Phuket, kicked off its reopening in December with a three-day arts extravaganza that sets the stage for its drive to position Phuket as a destination for music, fashion, arts and crafts and food.

First look: Dream Cruises unveils Covid-19 assessment room

Dream Cruises will resume cruising service in Singapore from Friday (November 6) with its megaship, World Dream. Ahead of the first of its Super...

World Dream ready to make waves in Singapore

Dream Cruises will be the first cruise company to restart cruising service in Singapore with its megaship, World Dream. Intense health and safety measures,...

Garuda flaunts special face mask livery

National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia has unveiled a new livery depicting an intricately-designed face mask on the nose of one of its Boeing 737-800NG...

Enchanted Princess joins Princess Cruises fleet

The newly completed Enchanted Princess has been delivered to Princess Cruises in an official handover ceremony live-streamed from the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy. The...

PPHG honours Singapore’s healthcare heroes

Pan Pacific Hotels Group (PPHG) officially presented 25,000 complimentary stay vouchers to a trio of national healthcare groups on Thursday in honour of Singapore’s...

Tourism Malaysia extends Covid-19 food relief

As the ongoing pandemic continues to take a toll on the travel and tourism sector, Tourism Malaysia's Singapore branch office has initiated a food...

Buffalo “bio-mowers” reap bumper rice crop

Laguna Golf Lang Co’s family of water buffalo greenskeepers have helped the club reap a record rice harvest: the fruits of which are going...

Agoda lends a hand to WWF’s tree planting project

More than 50 Agoda employees, including CEO John Brown, recently worked alongside the local Chiang Mai community to kick-start the planting of 6,000 trees,...

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