World’s longest lunch kicks off Melbourne Food And Wine Festival 2023

More than 1,800 diners savoured their spot at the World’s Longest Lunch in Treasury Gardens today, as part of the iconic Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. The festival – backed by the Andrews Labor Government – runs until 2 April, …

Hong Kong remains the most expensive location in Asia for business travel

In spite of depressed demand for business travel to Hong Kong in 2022, it remained the most expensive location in the region and was the 16th most expensive location globally. This was one of the findings of the latest Daily …

Unvaccinated passengers may start cruising in Australia as early as April 23

In Australia, there are no nationwide rules requirement cruise passengers to be vaccinated, however, the majority of states are operating under the Eastern Seaboard Protocols, which do require this.

Phuket leads to tourism recovery by year-end 2023

The influx of tourists propelled market-wide occupancy for the year to 48%, up year-on-year from a COVID-19-impacted low of 8% in 2021.

New UK visa waiver system might pose problems for tourism in Ireland

The Taoiseach has cautioned that a new UK visa waiver system will pose difficulties for tourism on the island of Ireland. Irish premier Leo Varadkar voiced apprehensions regarding the effects of the new Electronic Travel Authorisation (ETA) on the traveler …


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