Having reopened its doors in May, the Farm at San Benito by CG Hospitality has been receiving rave reviews for its medically-supervised preventive health and integrative medical wellness programs. Here Breaking Travel News takes a tour
The Pavilions Hotels & Resorts has announced the signing of El Nido Beach Spa & Resort. The 96-key pool-villa luxury resort is being developed on the white sandy beaches of El Nido on Palawan island.
A Tokyo-bound plane has crashed while taking off from Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, capital of the Philippines. All eight people on board - including six Filipinos, an American and a Canadian - are believed to have been killed.
Philippines minister of tourism, Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, has unveiled a series of measures to combat falling revenues in the sector in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Dusit International has signed an investment agreement with major Filipino infrastructure holding company, Metro Pacific Investments Corporation.
The Taal volcano has erupted in the Philippines sending a massive plume of ash and steam over the Batangas province. Nearly 50,000 people living near the volcano have heeded official warnings to evacuate as fears of a larger eruption grow, officials said on Monday.
Dusit International has signed an agreement with International Builders Corporation, a construction company based in the Philippines. Hotel facilities will include a swimming pool overlooking the beach, a gym and function rooms for social and business events.
The Philippines’ largest carrier, Cebu Pacific, has continued to expand its reach into China with the commencement of two direct commercial services.
Hosted by Lim Boon Kwee, chief operations officer, Dusit International, and Tomas Lorenzo, chief executive of Torre Lorenzo Development Corporation, the special event was attended by dignitaries including Philippine president, Rodrigo Duterte.
Korean Air will launch four new routes in the remaining part of the year - three to cities in China and one to the Philippines. The airline will also increase the frequency of the Incheon-Delhi and Incheon-Beijing routes to meet demand.
The Philippines’ largest carrier, Cebu Pacific, has expanded its reach in mainland China with the launch of a service between Shenzen and Manila. Shenzhen is the fifth Cebu Pacific destination in mainland China and is the airline’s 27th international destination.