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Top ten food trends that will flavor the foodscape in 2015

Revealed: Cutting-edge culinary trends for the year ahead Top ten food trends that will flavor the foodscape in 2015

Sterling-Rice Group (SRG) has identified its top ten culinary trends that will stand out on restaurant menus, expand onto grocery shelves, and attract consumer attention across the US in 2015.

La Reunion Island marks Festival Kreol 2014

La Reunion Island marks Festival Kreol 2014

There is a common saying that said charity begins at home. Although the slogan may speak for itself, Seychelles has done considerable progress in this manner.

First UNWTO Conference on Accessible Tourism in Europe

Tourism accessibility in heritage cities First UNWTO Conference on Accessible Tourism in Europe

To promote the importance of universal accessibility in tourism, UNWTO and the Government of the Republic of San Marino will jointly organize the First UNWTO Conference on Accessible Tourism in ...

Emirates starts double-daily services to Seychelles

Emirates starts double-daily services to Seychelles

Emirates, a global connector of people and places, has today introduced double-daily flights to the Seychelles.

Wanna get some plastic surgery done? Head to Thailand!

Medical Tourism Wanna get some plastic surgery done? Head to Thailand!

By Nelson Alcantara, eTN editor-in-chief

A new report is claiming that the Thailand medical tourism industry has been growing as a result of the quality hospitals in Thailand that are staffed by qualified doctors and state-of-the-art ...

Dusit Thani inks new deal with Vietnam

Vietnam Tourism: Dusit Thani inks new deal with Vietnam

By eTN Staff Writer

Hot on the heels of announcing an AUD $550m multi-use resort in Australia, leading Asian hospitality group Dusit International continues its expansion plans with the signing of the first Dusit ...

Are you ready to butt in (or is it butN)?

Social Media War: Are you ready to butt in (or is it butN)?

By Nelson Alcantara, eTN editor-in-chief

A new social networking site has been launched in Europe, and it is called butN.

Filipino food among top in culinary trends list in 2015

Filipino food among top in culinary trends list in 2015

By eTN Staff Writer

Colorado-based Sterling-Rice Group (SRG) has identified its top ten culinary trends that will stand out on restaurant menus, expand onto grocery shelves, and attract consumer attention across the ...

Tourism trade show generates $6.5 billion in travel industry deals

Tourism trade show generates $6.5 billion in travel industry deals

The World Travel Market (WTM) Portfolio facilitates more than $6.5 billion (£3.9 million) in travel and tourism industry deals.

'Inside Rolls-Royce' goes live with public exhibition in London

'Inside Rolls-Royce' goes live with public exhibition in London

Following the hugely positive reaction to this year's Channel 4 television documentary about the brand, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has decided to engage directly with fans new and old in a series of ...

Bangkok celebrates puppetry art with Harmony World Puppet Carnival this November

Bangkok celebrates puppetry art with Harmony World Puppet Carnival this November

More than 160 troupes of puppeteers from 80 countries, including 50 groups from Thailand, will be transforming the historic Rattanakosin Island in Bangkok into a center stage of magical puppetry ...

Onur Air private airline becomes Wirecard's client

Onur Air private airline becomes Wirecard's client

Wirecard AG has gained Onur Air, a private airline in Turkey, as a client.

Should voice calls be allowed on airplanes?

Should voice calls be allowed on airplanes?

On Wednesday, October 29, 2014, the Advisory Committee for Aviation Consumer Protections will debate use of cell phones on planes, government taxation of airline travel, and effects of airline ...

Budapest welcomes Emirates inaugural flight

Budapest welcomes Emirates inaugural flight

BUDAPEST, Hungary - Budapest Airport celebrated a major development today, welcoming the inaugural flight of its new airline partner, Emirates.

Kenyan maritime authorities detain CCCC vessel

Hotels and tourism associations working hand in hand to report maritime incidents Kenyan maritime authorities detain CCCC vessel

By Prof. Wolfgang H. Thome, Ph.D., eTN Africa Correspondent

Information received from sources in Mombasa appears to confirm that a dredger is being detained by Kenyan maritime authorities.

World’s largest charter airline faces Christmas strikes threat

World’s largest charter airline faces Christmas strikes threat

Thomson Airways, the world’s largest charter airline, faces the threat of Christmas strikes, which could ruin thousands of holiday-makers’ travel plans.

New Zealand: Tourism spending up by $1.1 billion

New Zealand: Tourism spending up by $1.1 billion

WELLINGTON, New Zealand - More tourists from the United States and China have helped push up tourism spending by $1.1 billion in the past year.

“The Gathering” – the unknown story

Well-known phenomenon a tourism draw “The Gathering” – the unknown story

By Srilal Miththapala, eTN Sri Lanka correspondent

“The Gathering” (of elephants) at Minneriya National Park takes place from around June to October each year, and has today become a well-known phenomenon in the world today.

Blow for former Blackwater tsar as Kenya Civil Aviation pulls air service license

Blow for former Blackwater tsar as Kenya Civil Aviation pulls air service license

By Prof. Wolfgang H. Thome, Ph.D., eTN Africa Correspondent

“No Blackwater shenanigans in Kenya” appears to be the message sent out by Kenya’s Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) when news emerged that Kijipwa Aviation Limited, a locally-incorporated ...

More nationalities now have to pay for tourist visa to Rwanda

More nationalities now have to pay for tourist visa to Rwanda

By Prof. Wolfgang H. Thome, Ph.D., eTN Africa Correspondent

A regular source from Kigali has sent out an urgent alert that various changes to the immigration regulations in Rwanda will come into effect on November 1 of this year.

Southern Africa: Culinary delights for travel foodies

Travel to Southern Africa Southern Africa: Culinary delights for travel foodies

Southern Africa is spread across fifteen countries that make up a divergent and delicious mixture of cuisines.

Arabian domain names to be auctioned at WTM

Arabian domain names to be auctioned at WTM

LONDON, England - Breathe Luxury Limited will be exclusively auctioning 7 Arabian Domain Names out of 35 lots, at this year's World Travel Market, London Excel - November 5th.

Four Seasons to bring new era of luxury to Hawaii's "Place Of Joy"

Four Seasons to bring new era of luxury to Hawaii's "Place Of Joy"

HONOLULU, Hawaii- The Resort Group (TRG), one of Hawai'i's largest landowners of resort developments; Westbank (WB), Canada's premier luxury hotel and residential developer; and Four Seasons ...

Boeing board approves quarterly dividend

Boeing board approves quarterly dividend

CHICAGO, IL - Boeing Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jim McNerney reports that the board of directors today declared a regular quarterly dividend of seventy three (73) cents per share.

North Korea to promote tourism at World Travel Market

North Korea to promote tourism at World Travel Market

If you want to run in the Pyongyang Marathon next April, ski on North Korea’s uncrowded mountain slopes, or visit ancient temples, then Experience North Korea has the holiday for you.

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