• Kaudia Estate allures travellers in the midst of mountain air

     Tuesday, May 2, 2023

    Travel is returning-with a vengeance-as people look to reconnect, explore new destinations, and revisit reliable favorites as the worst effects of COVID-19 ebb. There are many people who simply want to get away from the confines of their homes. Take …

  • China’s reopening predicted to propel tourism in Cambodia

     Thursday, April 6, 2023

    China’s optimization of its anti-COVID-19 plan and recommencement of its outbound group tripspreviously this year is expected to provide a shot in the arm to Cambodia’s tourism and economy, said the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The economy of Cambodia is …

  • Azerbaijan drops COVID-19 passport requirement for travellers

     Wednesday, March 29, 2023

    Azerbaijan drops Covid-19 passport requirement for all travellers. As of 06:00 on March 28, foreign citizens will no longer be required to present COVID-19 passports for entry into Azerbaijan. The decision was made in recognition of the declining number of …

  • Positive outlook for tourism in Scotland

     Friday, March 24, 2023

    Neil Christison,VisitScotland Regional Director said thatthe last three years have been extremely challenging concerning their tourism and events sector. Since the first COVID-19 countrywide lockdown and following months of constraints, they are stillsteeringtheir way through the addedburdens being faced as …

  • Tourism all set to contribute more to NZ economy

     Saturday, March 18, 2023

    With the results of December 2022 quarter GDP setting out a drop of 0.6%, for tourism, there is a true opportunity to play an important role in moving to positive territory, the Chief Executive of Tourism Industry Aotearoa, Rebecca Ingram …

  • China speeds up to revive global tourism

     Saturday, March 18, 2023

    After it optimized its Covid-19 response, China elevated some more restrictions in travel; the recovering outbound and inbound travel of China is adding new thrust into the world tourism market. On Wednesday, China started permitting online tourism services providers and …

  • Climate change can perk up Minnesota tourism

     Saturday, March 11, 2023

    Tourism in Minnesota is bouncing back however it still has miles to go to recuperate fully from the ill-effects of COVID-19. To Minnesota, the tourism spending and visitor numbers have jumped back to the levels that existed during pre-pandemic times. …

  • Thailand counts on influx of Chinese tourists to boost tourism in 2023

     Saturday, March 4, 2023

    With the influx of Chinese tourists expected to be the main force behind the recovery this year, the Thai tourism sector is progressively rebounding. Thailand received 91,841 Chinese mainland tourists in January, a huge rise over the previous year’s record …

  • NZ fortifies tourism workforce to revitalize the sector

     Friday, March 3, 2023

    Focusing to remain as world’s one of the top tourism destinations, New Zealand is assisting its tourism industry to recuperate and get stronger and even more flexible sector in the coming days, after experiencing a hiatus of more than three …

  • Hong Kong scraps COVID-19 mask rules for both indoors and outdoors

     Tuesday, February 28, 2023

    The Hongkongers and tourists can go mask-free from Wednesday as the city finally lifts its last major Covid-19 restriction after almost three years.


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