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Oakwood launches HK office for stronger APAC presence Singapore, November 6, 2014
OAKWOOD Worldwide has expanded its Asia-Pacific operations with the opening of an office in Hong Kong in response to the rising demand for serviced apartments in the region.

More exhibitors, B2B opportunities at ITF 2014 Prudence Lui, Taipei, November 6, 2014
DUBBED Taiwan's biggest travel fair, the 22nd Taipei International Travel Fair (ITF) organised by the Taiwan Visitors Association kicks off tomorrow with refreshed content and format.

MakeMyTrip develops human capital in destinations popular with Indians New Delhi, November 6, 2014
MAKEMYTRIP has rolled out training programmes to strengthen the soft skills of almost 500 tourism professionals in the Andaman Islands and Bhutan, key tourist destinations for Indian travellers.

Indonesia to throw visa requirements out the window for 5 markets Mimi Hudoyo, Jakarta, November 5, 2014
INDONESIA will waive visa requirements for tourists from China, Australia, Japan, South Korea and Russia as well as introduce third-country visas next year.

National ecotourism strategy for Myanmar in the pipeline Sid Dhartha, Yangon, November 5, 2014
ECOTOURISM in Myanmar is set to receive a boost with a national Ecotourism Policy and Management Strategy underway.

The Park Lane Hong Kong rebrands to Pullman Prudence Lui, Hong Kong, November 5, 2014
THE Park Lane Hong Kong has entered a franchise agreement with Accor that will see the former rebrand to Pullman and run its own operations from January 1, 2015.

Singapore welcomes new homegrown boutique hotel Kathy Neo, Singapore, November 5, 2014
THE six-storey, 19-room Adonis Hotel officially opened yesterday in the heart of Singapore at Purvis Street, converted from a pre-war shophouse that was once a traditional Hainanese bakery.

Maritime Silk Road a major thread of discussion at GTEF Prudence Lui, Macau, November 5, 2014
INFRASTRUCTURE improvements and collaboration between governments and the private sector are key to the successful development of the Maritime Silk Road, one of two ambitious multi-national projects envisioned by Chinese president Xi Jinping.

New programme to train up marginalised individuals in Singapore Singapore, November 5, 2014
HOSPITALITY veteran Milton Monteiro is starting the Hospitality Academy for Training in Service (HATS) to bring individuals that recruiters do not usually consider into the hospitality sector.

HRS' Christian Lukey joins Amadeus Bangkok, November 5, 2014
AMADEUS announced today the appointment of Christian Lukey as regional director of hotel distribution in Asia-Pacific.

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