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Do you look forward to enjoying a glass of wine with lunch or dinner? Do you eagerly scan the wine list, and then start...
There are growing links between India and Myanmar in tourism. Visiting Consul General of India Mr Nandan Singh Bhaisora ppointed out the growing ties, trade...
Due to high crime, travelers are advised to exercise caution while traveling to the south side of Belize City.
As a paradise in the Indian Ocean, Seychelles competes with many other island nations across the globe, from South East Asia to the Caribbean, as well as with nearby countries. Nevertheless, you’ve managed to position ourselves as one of the top tourism destinations worldwide. What competitive and comparative advantages set this country apart from its main competitors?
dult only hotels, like the Hawaiian themed Moana Hotel, are becoming popular all over Japan. They are called "Love Hotels" Other names are fashion hotels, couple hotels, and leisure hotels, these kitsch havens offer fun themed sleeping (or not sleeping) experiences for prices comparable to business hotels.
Hawaii Tourism Authority is finalizing a new leadership for the Hawaii Travel and Tourism Industry. The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) announced the appointments of two key executive leaders today, naming Keith Regan as chief administrative officer and Karen Hughes as vice president of marketing and product development. Both will begin work on December 17.
MUMBAI, India - Turning down a request for Rs 200 crore working loan by Kingfisher, the SBI-led lenders consortium on Thursday asked SBI Capitals to chalk out a fresh revival plan for the cash-strappe
MUMBAI - Reserve Bank of India has asked foreign airlines operating in India to stop the practice of using overseas banks to settle transactions on the sale of air tickets in India.
ROME - Italian banks will offer up to 1.4 billion euros ($1.96 billion) in low-interest loans to the tourism sector as a result of an agreement with the government, Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi sa
Mumbai / New Delhi - Worried about the financial condition of loss-making airlines in India, commercial banks are asking cash-strapped carriers to pledge future ticket sales, company shares and aircra