A nationwide festive mood for the weeklong National Day holidays is giving a shot in the arm of China’s tourism and leisure industry, early data suggested, pointing to a recovery underway in the world’s second-largest economy.
Countries worldwide have been dropping Covid restrictions recently, and three more have joined the restriction-free world. South Korea, Lebanon, and Luxembourg have dropped their travel restrictions and will return to normal tourism.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to advise that as of today international travellers to Thailand will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination or ATK test results, and a longer length of stay will be on offer, signalling the completion of the kingdom’s full reopening to international tourism.
Korean Air has recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with global energy company Shell to purchase their sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The MOU explores the supply and purchase of SAF from Shell at major airports in Asia Pacific and the Middle East from 2026 for five years.
Marriott International, Inc., today announced the signing of an agreement with Yuexiu Property to bring its iconic Ritz-Carlton brand to downtown Wuhan. Expected to open at the end of 2024, The Ritz-Carlton, Wuhan, is set to elevate the city’s luxury hotel landscape with its destination inspired design and highly personalized service.
On commencement of the winter schedule (28 October 2022 through 25 March 2023), KLM’s network will embrace a total of 163 destinations: 92 European and 71 intercontinental.
Hanoi Golf Tourism Week 2022 is expected to attract a large number of international visitors, thereby greatly contributing to boosting the capital’s total tourism revenue.
To welcome the National Day Golden Week Holiday from 1 to 7 October 2022, Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has poured greater efforts in destination marketing and promotion of special offers, alongside a range of wonderful activities. Preparations are made to welcome visitors as a new impetus to tourism and economic revival.
With summer vacation time truly behind us, dnata Travel, the UAE’s longest serving travel provider, has declared the top five holiday destinations over summer 2022. In order of popularity, the top five are: Turkey, Thailand, Mauritius, Maldives and Switzerland.
International travel to Bali is back and better than ever. Travelers looking to explore the Land of the Gods are in for an easy journey as quarantines are no longer mandatory upon arrival, visas are not required to enter Indonesia and more flights to the province are continuously being added. Unforgettable adventures await all who are planning their next visit.
The Qantas Group has appointed Stephanie Tully as the new Chief Executive Officer of Jetstar. This follows the announcement in June that current Jetstar CEO, Gareth Evans, will leave his role by the end of calendar 2022.
Taking adventure to new heights, Anantara Layan Phuket Resort has added a 400-metre long Zipline to the cliffside of its Layan Active Zone. The zipline, suspended 15-metres above the ground with elevated views of the spectacular Layan Beach, gives thrill seekers an opportunity to soar through the air for the ultimate adrenaline rush.