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Asia/Singapore Saturday, 24th February 2024
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Far East Hospitality positions Singapore for families in new campaign

Far East Hospitality has launched its Your Family Moments campaign, entailing a multitude of family-friendly guest touch points during stays across the group’s eight serviced...

Singapore welcomes longer stays; sharper marketing key to positioning the country...

Singapore looks on track to shedding its image as a convenient stopover option in Asia, as the average length of stay in the city-state grows, from 3.36 days in 4Q2019 to 4.81 in the same period of 2022, according to data from the Singapore Tourism Board (STB).

Far East Hospitality, Temasek Polytechnic partner to boost Singapore’s hospitality talent...

Far East Hospitality (FEH) and Temasek Polytechnic (TP) are collaborating to build a robust local talent pipeline for Singapore’s hospitality sector with the Far...

Far East Hospitality, Artotel deepen partnership for expansion

Far East Hospitality (FEH) is planning to enter Indonesia with its Oasia and Quincy brands, with Bali, Jakarta and Surabaya as its initial target...

Pandemic shows stronger value in extended stay business

Ascott’s acquisition of Oakwood came as no surprise. Their parents, CapitaLand Investments and Mapletree Investments respectively, are linked to Singapore’s Temasek Holdings. If anything, it is long time coming.

FEH brings Vibe, Adina brands to Asia, with first openings set...

Far East Hospitality (FEH) is bringing two established Australian brands – Vibe Hotels and Adina – into its home base Singapore, a move that...

The Clan Hotel Singapore rolls out first anniversary deals

The Clan Hotel Singapore by Far East Hospitality is celebrating its first anniversary with a new stay package and a host of special activities. The...

FEH rings in the holidays with experiential staycation packages

Far East Hospitality has launched a series of staycation packages with themed experiences, ranging from a cultural culinary class to wellness treatments and a...

Hale and hearty

It is not all doom and gloom on the hotel scene, as some hotel companies are using the tourism downtime to catalyse their business evolution and bring about new opportunities for growth while supporting the community. TTG Asia reporters profile some players that have done things differently and successfully the past year.

Planting seeds of change

If Arthur Kiong, CEO of Far East Hospitality, could shape Singapore’s tourism future, he would model it after a specialist sushi bar with limited seats and exquisite fare served by master chefs who can command top rates. And he is starting to turn this dream of tourism for the high-yielding few into reality, starting with his own hotels.

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