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Asia/Singapore Thursday, 5th October 2023
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Japanese tour operators serve up gastronomy packages

Luxury gastronomy tourism in Japan is expanding, with regions and operators launching new packages to cater for an expected uptick in affluent inbound travellers. The...

New gastronomy award for halal culinary excellence launches in Singapore

To elevate halal culinary excellence in Singapore, the first-ever HalalTrip Gastronomy Awards 2024 was launched at last week’s Halal in Travel Global Summit 2023. Starting...

TAT to boost gastronomy tourism with culinary project during TTM+

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has launched the Amazing Thailand Culinary City project to further develop and promote Thailand as a world-class gastronomy...

New website to showcase Macau as Creative City of Gastronomy

Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has launched the new Gastronomic Journey website to promote Macau’s title as a Creative City of Gastronomy. The reorganised website...

Hokkaido welcomes back tourists with winter sports and gastronomy

Hokkaido’s tourism industry is preparing for somewhat of a rebound this winter with bookings picking up at resorts and snow sports companies preparing for...

Food advantage

As Macau nears the home stretch of its four-year plan to promote its food culture, it is time to look back at how the destination has fared. Can more be done?

Gastro-tourism a tantalising segment for Japan: UNWTO report

The UNWTO, Japan Travel and Tourism Association (JTTA) and restaurant finder Gurunavi have together released a new UNWTO Report on gastronomy tourism in Japan. Entitled...

Cambodia tourism plates up gastronomy identity

Determined to change perceptions and raise the profile of Khmer food, Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism is preparing to host the country’s first gastronomy fair...

Madrid Fusion Manila comes to premature end

The Department of Tourism (DoT) has finally thrown in the towel on the fourth edition of Madrid Fusion Manila, citing the need “to focus...

Grand ambitions on the plate

Macau is eager to milk its UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy status, but to succeed as a foodie haven it has to look beyond prestige and consider the survival of small food businesses.

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