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Consumer confidence in Indonesia and the Philippines spiked in the second half of 2012, leading positive sentiments recorded across most of 14 markets in Asia and the Pacific, MasterCard’s latest su
BANGKOK, Thailand - About 100,000 tourists from China and Hong Kong are expected to visit Thailand during the Chinese New Year next month and they would generate approximately 4.2 billion baht in tour
HONG KONG - Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd.
NEW YORK - Shares of Priceline were up more than 16% in premarket trading Wednesday after the "Name Your Own Price" travel site announced earnings that blew away analyst expectations.
TOKYO — Snapping up four Japanese luxury Seiko watches as if they were cheap chocolate souvenirs, a 36-year-old Chinese tourist plunks down $4,500 in cash at a glitzy store in downtown Tokyo.
The Turkish tourism board has reported an increase in visitor numbers from the GCC region to Turkey since the Israeli flotilla raid last month in which Israeli commandos attacked a convoy of Turkish s
Destination Sri Lanka reported a major influx of Arab travelers as Middle East tourist arrivals to Sri Lanka surged 50 per cent in January, 2010 compared to the same period last year, according to sta
MACAO - Macao recorded a total number of 368,615 tourist arrivals during this year's Christmas holidays, according to the figures released on Monday by the Immigration Department of the Macao Special
PHUKET — Development of new Phuket hotel properties remains strong, despite ongoing political issues in the country and international financial downturn.
ABU DHABI - Air Arabia, a low-cost airline of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), reported a net profit of 78 million dirhams (21.25 million U.S. dollars) in the first quarter of 2008, surging 81 percent over the same period in 2007, local newspaper Gulf News reported on Monday.
Hong Kong - Hong Kong's flagship airline Cathay Pacific Wednesday announced a record-breaking 71.8 per cent increase in net profits of 901.9 million US dollars for 2007. The profits surge, which compared to 525 million US dollars the year before, was driven by strong passenger demand, a weak US dollar and fuel hedging gains, chairman Christopher Pratt said.