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Hotels preparing for Chinese New Year travel rush

Chinese New Year, commonly known as Lunar New Year, is a Chinese festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional...

ASEAN Tourism Forum sees senior officials come together from 10 nations

The ASEAN Tourism Forum 2019 is currently taking place in Ha Long City, in the northern province of Quảng Ninh in Vietnam

Seychelles offers tourism for all – but needs to say it...

Seychelles has a diverse tourism product which makes its strength and which has guaranteed its success. Seychelles offers tourism for all. Visiting journalists to the islands continue to raise this question, and only last week Alain St.Ange, the former Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine was quizzed on the 'Tourism for All' he had pushed during his campaign as a Candidate for the post of Secretary General of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO). 

Homegrown properties: A solution for Seychelles shortage of hotel rooms?

According to a report by Alain St. Ange, the former minister of tourism for Seychelles, Seychelles is facing a difficult situation in its need...

Interview with a Seychelles Travel Pro: Mr Alan Mason

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?

Local partners and tourism industry players to assist hosting first ever...

As the Seychelles destination is in anticipation of the MCB Staysure Tour event to start in one week-time, local partners and service providers have rallied to ensure the event to be hosted on Praslin between December 14, 2018 and December 16, 2018 is a success.

Russians flocking to Israel in record numbers

Israel’s Ministry of Tourism (IMOT) has reasons to celebrate. Aside from Israel’s traditional tourists that continue to visit, a new niche market has emerged: Russians.
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