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Asia/Singapore Sunday, 26th March 2023
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Thailand woos Japanese tourists with sports

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has taken a sporty spin to its destination marketing efforts in Japan, where it hopes to position the...

Boracay’s tightening restrictions on beach activities may affect tourism

Industry players in Boracay are worried that the destination will stand to lose certain market segments following its prohibition of an upcoming beach volleyball...

LaLiga kicks off partnership with GCOX; Singapore agency to be official...

An earlier version of this story wrote that WTS Travel and Tours was the official tour partner of the LaLiga-GCOX partnership. That was incorrect,...

Indonesia lays out sporting ambitions, with MotoGP 2021 headed to Lombok

Indonesia's tourism minister Arief Yahya says Mandalika, Lombok could take advantage of the MotoGP race event in 2021 to position itself as a sports...

Singapore courts sports fans in latest tourism campaign

The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has launched its next promotional campaign under the Passion Made Possible brand, with the latest theme courting global fans...

Russia tourism, Europe’s hub airports score this World Cup

For the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Russia (June 4 – July 15), Forwardkeys is reporting a 50.5% surge in visitors, with an uptick observed even from non-qualifying countries such as Hong Kong (+2.5%).

Catch up on action at HSBC Singapore Rugby 7s

The HSBC Singapore Rugby 7s ended on a high note last month, as Fiji wrested the lead from Australia with a epic score in the dramatic last seconds of the gold medal finale.

Surabaya attacks spur heightened security at Asian Games, trade recovery efforts

Security will be stepped up at the upcoming Asian Games, taking place in Jakarta and Palembang from August 18 to September 2, in the...

Scoring a tourism touchdown

Singapore Rugby Sevens is firmly tackling new frontiers to grow the sport – and event– in Asia, by striking a balance between being fun and family-friendly to set itself apart from competitors, discovers Pamela Chow

Singapore Sevens to hit town as family-friendly event

The HSBC World Singapore Rugby Sevens is pushing beyond its sporting roots to become a family-friendly festival that hopes to pull in travellers from...

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