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Qatar Tourism celebrates new visitor record

Qatar Tourism celebrates new visitor record

Qatar Tourism has announced that the number of visitors to the state rose to a record breaking 151,000 visitors in July – the largest number of arrivals during a summer month since 2017 and representing a 297 per cent increase year-on-year.

Jamaica To Adopt SITA’s Digital Travel Declaration

Jamaica To Adopt SITA’s Digital Travel Declaration

Caribbean tourist destination Jamaica will adopt SITA’s Digital Travel Declaration solution allowing travelers to submit all immigration, customs, and health documentation required for entry into the country through one easy, efficient, and secure platform.

"Great Wall of Poetry" extends children's talents beyond mountains

"Great Wall of Poetry" extends children's talents beyond mountains

For thousands of years, the Great Wall has guarded the Chinese territory and the homeland of the Chinese people. On September 3, in a rolling, lush alpine grassland, a string of moving poems composed by little poets living in the mountainous areas made a magnificent "Great Wall of Poetry"

Fiji relaxes entry requirements for travellers

Fiji relaxes entry requirements for travellers

Tourists visiting Fiji are no longer required to take a Covid-19 test on arrival. Previously, visitors were required to pre-book a rapid antigen test (RAT) to be taken within 72 hours of arrival. If the test was positive, tourists were required to undergo seven days of isolation.

Japan reopens to individual tourists,

Japan reopens to individual tourists,

On September 7, the government will allow tourists from all countries to enter Japan without joining a guided tour. However, travellers must make travel and accommodation arrangements via travel agencies.