The World Travel & Tourism Council has announced the Global Summit will now take place in Manila, capital of the Philippines, from April 20-22. The show had initially been planned for March.
Breaking Travel News speaks to Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, minister of tourism for the Philippines, as the country is honoured with a global title at the World Travel Awards
The World Travel & Tourism Council has confirmed the next global summit will take place in Manila on March 14-16. The event will take place in partnership with the Philippine department of tourism.
As the Philippines battles back from the Covid-19 pandemic, Breaking Travel News here speaks to minister of tourism, Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, to find out how winning at the World Travel Awards will accelerate momentum
The Philippines, Pakistan, Kenya and Bangladesh have been added to England’s ‘red list’ in a move the government argues will protect the country against new variants of Covid-19.
Cebu Pacific has increased flight frequency between Manila and key Asian destinations, including Singapore, South Korea, Hong Kong, Dubai and Japan.
Voters at the World Travel Awards have recognised the Philippines with a duo of top titles. Here Breaking Travel News chats with minister of tourism, Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, to find out how the trophies will aid the recovery of the sector
The Philippines has been honoured by voters at the World Travel Awards – here Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, speaks to minister of tourism, Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, to find out more
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.