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Statistics released by Malta’s National Statistics Office for inbound tourism for 2018 show that Malta’s popularity in the North American market is still trending. The...
Speaking at a press conference with the board of the Egyptian Tourism Federation on Monday, Egyptian Tourism Minister Rania al-Mashat praised the country's tourism...
Some of the fastest growing economies in the world can be found in the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). In recent years,...
Emirates will link Phnom Penh (PNH) and Bangkok (BKK) with its new daily service set to launch on June 1, 2019. The service from...
Players in the travel and tourism ecosystem in Africa travel look forward to 2019 with full optimism.
The inaugural Israel Hotel Investment Summit (IHIS) took place at the Hilton Tel Aviv in November 2018. Part of the International Hotel Investment Forum...
If you’re considering surgery and a vacation this year, you may want to combine the two.
North Korea is celebrating alleged rise in the number of tourists visiting the country, including those coming from Europe.
The increasing demand for ecotourism can play a vital role in saving endangered forests, a United Nations-backed partnership said today, while also warning of the potential damaging effects if its exp
Thousands of sparkling new hotel rooms are glittering in Colombia, including high-end brands such as InterContinental, Hilton, Sofitel, Sonesta, Ibis and Wyndham.
Maldivian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ahmed Naseem said on Friday that Sri Lanka’s booming tourist industry will compliment Maldives’ target to increase tourist arrivals by over a million this ye
BEIJING, China — China plans to build at least 45 new airports in the next five years to serve booming travel, the top industry regulator said Thursday.
Argentina is set to see an increase in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) tourists who accounted for 17.8 percent of visitors in 2008, thanks to the same-sex marriage bill that President Cr
Business tourism could account for as much as 10% of all foreign arrivals into South Africa following the World Cup in June according to the chief marketing officer of South African Tourism.
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