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China launches world’s first 5G smart hotel

A strategic cooperation agreement was signed today to create the world's first 5G smart hotel in China by InterContinental Shenzhen, Shenzhen Telecom, and Huawei....

Twinsburg hosts largest annual gathering of twins in the world

The 2019 Twins Days Festival will be held in Twinsburg, Ohio on August 3rd and 4th. This annual international event is recorded as the...

IMEX to deliver surprise and creativity with new Discovery Zone

Holograms, robots, magic, music and art are among the surprises set to inspire and delight attendees at IMEX in Frankfurt, taking place 21- 23...

St. Kitts shines in US Roadshow 2019

A signature activity in US, the St. Kitts Tourism Authority conducted its 2nd annual Destination St. Kitts & Nevis US Roadshow 2019 from Monday,...

Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai honors Spaceship Earth

The Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai joined the Earth Hour celebration this spring emphasizing its commitment to addressing environmental issues for Spaceship Earth - a...

How safe is travel to Africa? African Tourism Board appoints SaferTourism

African Tourism Board, (ATB)  has travel and security on its top agenda when attracting visitors to the continent. At the upcoming ATB Launch on April 11,...

Why are Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds so popular?

Mobile games have taken over the video game market in recent years. All the popular games are launched in different platforms including mobile applications....

Official Hotel of Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics coming with new agreement

Shougang Group and Shangri-La Group has announced a cooperation on a new hotel project at Shougang Park in Beijing, China. This is a strategic...

Ontario tourism sector set for Rural Tourism Symposium

Tourism industry professionals from across Ontario will gather at Lang Pioneer Village in Keene this April for the second annual Rural Tourism Symposium. The...

African Tourism Board tackles visitor surety to keep Africa safe for visitors

The official launch of the newly-founded African Tourism Board is only two weeks away, and the U.S.-based interim Chairman Juergen T. Steinmetz explained the...

The 11 Best Beach Destinations for Summer 2019

It may not feel like it outside, but the summer of 2019 is just around the corner. And there’s no better time than now...

India targeting revenue through golf tourism

India has been trying to get a larger slice of the ever-growing golf tourism market. Some of majestic old golf courses are attractions in...

Visiting Japan? New guidebook reveals 101 great things such as fascinating...

Written from over four decades visiting Japan, Mike Raggett’s “101 Great Things about Japan: Anime to Zen - observations on Japanese life and culture”...

Abu Dhabi Airports Set to Welcome Special Olympics Athletes and Visitors

Abu Dhabi Airports is ready to handle a significant influx of inbound traffic through Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) this weekend as athletes and...

Elizabethan Treasures: Miniatures by Hilliard and Oliver

Queen Elizabeth l, Sir Francis Drake, and Sir Walter Raleigh were the celebrated figures of their age, but what did they really look like?...

Magellan Jets celebrates another year of growth

Magellan Jets is celebrating another year of growth, averaging 30% growth over the last 11 years.  2018 saw the most renewals in history, with...

United Airlines to serve Tokyo Haneda Airport from six leading US...

United Airlines announced today it has filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) for a total of six daily nonstop flights...

Emirates airline launches new service between Dubai and Porto

Emirates announced today it will launch a four times weekly service between Portugal’s second largest city, Porto, and Dubai, from 2 July 2019. Porto will...

U.S. Travel applauds Bill to end 9/11 fee diversion

"The U.S. travel community strongly supports Chairman Thompson and Chairman DeFazio's measure to end the practice of using the '9/11' fee to pay for...

Warning: Lufthansa is suing passengers trying to collect more for already...

Airlines are upset about playing games with their customers, specially when they're not always succeeding sucking more money from a passenger. Lufthansa German Airline...

“Digital Spring” is coming to Brussels

On the initiative of Brussels’ Minister-President, Brussels’ first ever Digital Spring will be taking place from 22 to 24 March in Brussels. Inspired by...

Minister Bartlett: Jamaica Rum Festival bolsters gastronomy tourism product

Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett says the Jamaica Rum Festival will broaden the country’s market by adding value to the Gastronomy Tourism product offerings....

Brussels tourism goes into “geek” mode

From March onwards, Brussels will be celebrating pop culture with a host of events and activities. From Comic Con Brussels to BIFFF and...

INTELITY hires key players to aid its 2019 expansion plans

INTELITY announced today that Young Lee and Erynn Torrenga have joined the company. Additionally, the company has promoted Benjamin Keller to SVP of Sales,...

Solomon Islands aims to attract 60,000 visitors annually by 2025

The Solomon Islands government is looking to the tourism sector to attract 60,000 visitors annually by 2025, in the process netting the country’s economy...
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