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Singapore Tourist Pass Plus powers Lion City sightseeing London, October 21, 2014
THE Leisure Pass Group, a London-based city sightseeing pass specialist, has forayed into Asia by joining hands with Singapore retailer Travelmania to launch the Singapore Tourist Pass Plus (STP+).
 

Visit Myanmar Year on the cards for 2016 Oliver Slow, Yangon, October 21, 2014
MYANMAR'S Ministry of Hotels and Tourism is planning a Visit Myanmar Year for 2016 in order to further boost the country's growing tourism industry.
 

A spewing Mount Mayon fails to attract Rosa Ocampo, Manila, October 21, 2014
AS THE expected surge in tourists fails to materialise unlike previous years, Albay's travel trade wants to allay safety concerns over the impending eruption of Mount Mayon, which has been spewing lava since September.
 

Thai Airways relaunches services to Luang Prabang Bangkok, October 21, 2014
THAI Airways International (THAI) has resumed direct services between Bangkok and Luang Prabang this month, adding to existing services on the same route by Lao Airlines and Bangkok Airways.
 

Wyndham keeps up appetite for China Prudence Lui, Hong Kong, October 21, 2014
WYNDHAM Hotel Group expects to maintain its number of new openings in China for next year despite the country's economic slowdown.
 

Promotions pay off as Chinese arrivals to Sri Lanka surge Feizal Samath, Colombo, October 21, 2014
SRI Lanka this month welcomed its 100,000th visitor from China, reaping the fruits of promotion campaigns targeted at the Chinese.
 

TTG Asia e-Daily breaks for the Festival of Lights Singapore, October 21, 2014
IN CELEBRATION of Deepavali, TTG Asia e-Daily will be taking a break on October 22, 2014. News will resume on October 23.
 

Sri Lanka tightens access to the north on safety concerns Feizal Samath, Colombo, October 20, 2014
SRI LANKA'S tourism industry has expressed surprise over the restrictions on access to the northern parts of the country for foreigners.
 

Goa launches taxi services for women by women Shekhar Niyogi, reporting from Madhya Pradesh Travel Mart, Bhopal, October 20, 2014
GOA is seeking to reassure female travellers that the state is safe with the launch of a taxi service for women, driven by female drivers equipped with knowledge of martial arts, self-defence, first aid and tourist attractions.
 

Myanma Airways introduces sightseeing tours Sid Dhartha, Yangon, October 20, 2014
STATE-run Myanma Airways is welcoming the peak tourism season with new sightseeing tours from Mandalay, Yangon and Ayeyarwady kicking off this month.
 



 
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