ROMFORD, England - A new study has found that social networks such as Facebook and Twitter are becoming increasingly important in attracting customers to travel websites.
NEW YORK CITY - Worldhotels is reporting a 20 percent growth during the first quarter of 2011 in room night bookings over the same period last year.
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The new face of Australian tourism is from Beijing not Birmingham and prefers designer handbags to well-worn rucksacks.
NEW DELHI, India - Just a year ago, Anju Bali, a travel and tour operator in New Delhi, was being chased by hotel executives with discounts and freebies and even offers for foreign junkets.
For the first time, Carnival Cruise Lines will operate an extended schedule of voyages from Boston with a series of round-trip four- and five-day eastern Canada cruises aboard the 2,974-passenger ...
LONDON, England - Cruise line giant Carnival Cruise Lines recently released images of the new decor for its cabins aboard the highly anticipated Carnival Breeze.
There is, finally, some good news this week for the Japanese tourism industry as the first large group of Chinese tourists prepares to visit the country after the devastating earthquake and ...
BANGKOK, Thailand – Ahead of the Mekong Tourism Forum on 27-28 May 2011 in Laos, Khiri Travel asked its country managers in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam to identify the unnecessary ...
CRAWLEY, England - British Airways has more than 100 worldwide destinations included in its great value holiday escapes, for bookings this May.
The Jordan Tourism Board (JTB) was put through the paces as its website www.visitjordan.com was evaluated based on a list of ...
Lively and bustling Shibuya was one of the world's most crowded intersections. No one would have guessed its frenzied mix of foreign and local bustle would fade.
NEW DELHI, India - India and Uzbekistan today signed an action plan on tourism cooperation.
NEWTON, Mass. - The results of annual summer travel survey of more than 2,000 U.S. respondents have been announced today.
With the economic recovery continuing, things are looking up for the business travel industry, according to a newly released survey of travel buyers by the GBTA Foundation – the education and ...
LONDON, England - Travelmatch are expecting the summer of 2011 to see many British tourists venture to Turkey.
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Why buy an "I love Tokyo" T-shirt when you can scoop up a shining, gleaming golden poop statuette instead? Crass? Crazy? Incredible?
Hong Kong – In a real “hole-in-one” for golf fans, Crystal Cruises is adding a golf theme to its 12/21-1/4 Hawaiian holiday sailing.
HAVANA, Cuba - Young and old burn up the dance floor at Havana's Las Canitas nightclub every weekend.
LONDON, England - The Insider Select 2011 list of world's best hotels was unveiled today.
JAL Group (JAL) announced today, passenger traffic results for the Japanese "Golden Week" vacation that spanned 11 days this year from April 28 to May 8.
Why stay in a hotel when you can sleep in a sewer pipe in Austria? Or up a tree in France?
Here are 15 of the world's most memorable accommodations.
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The religious tourism sector in Saudi Arabia, which generated more than $7 billion in 2009 and registered 12 million visitors to pilgrimage sites, will attract 15 million visitors in 2013, said a ...
Tourist arrivals to Nepal rose 34.3 percent in April continuing a growth spree reinforced by the launch of Nepal Tourism Year.
So many islands in the world (around 2 million at the last count), so little desire to leave the comfort of the computer screen.
BEIJING, China - The Chinese mainland and Taiwan have reached consensus on a majority of issues concerning individual mainland tourist travel to the island, and such tourists are expected to be ...
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