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Asia/Singapore Tuesday, 27th February 2024
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Japan sees lower number of Chinese visitors over Lunar New Year

Japan welcomed fewer Chinese tourists than expected over the recent Lunar New Year, despite the country’s previous popularity during the period and this year...

Thailand bets big on Indian, Chinese markets to meet arrivals target

As Thailand looks to welcome 35 million international tourist arrivals in 2024, the two Asian giants China and India are expected to play a...

Macau outperforms Spring Festival expectations

International arrivals into Macau throughout the eight-day Spring Festival Golden Week (February 10 to 17) has crossed the 1.3-million mark, reaching close to 2019’s...

Thai Industry holds breath on China visa-free travel impact

The visa-free travel scheme for Chinese tourists entering Thailand, launched in September 2023, has become a permanent arrangement after lawmakers signed a deal to...

Thailand says ‘huan ying’ to top Chinese travel influencers

In a bid to rebuild Chinese arrivals to Thailand, the Tourism Authority of Thailand in late-December rolled out a lavish welcome mat to 93...

Macau, Hong Kong remain confident of inbound travel despite flu situation...

The recent upsurge of multiple infectious respiratory illnesses in China may dampen the desire to travel to China, but inbound operators in Macau and...

Chinese carriers give up extra flight slots as travel demand takes...

The campaign to entice more long-stay tourists to Thailand has not been as effective as government projections hoped, with the disappointing numbers of arrivals...

Thailand to lure more Chinese through Fliggy partnership

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and online travel platform Fliggy have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to strengthen their partnership in promoting...

Go City, Weixin Pay ink three-year strategic partnership

Multi-attraction pass provider Go City and Weixin Pay have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enable Chinese tourists to enjoy easy and convenient...

Trip.com, Singapore Tourism Board renew global partnership

Trip.com Group and the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the former’s Global Partner Summit – held at...

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