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Malaysia's visa-free facilities met with cynicism S Puvaneswary, Kuala Lumpur, November 25, 2015
THE Malaysian government will soon introduce visa-free facilities for Chinese travellers traveling in groups of at least two people but travel agents, having been let down before, are cynical.

VietJet to focus on North Asia next Paige Lee Pei Qi, reporting from CAPA Aviation Asia Summit 2015, Singapore, November 25, 2015
VIETNAMESE budget carrier VietJet Air is planning to expand across North Asia, including destinations in mainland China, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan, according to Chu Cuong, board member on VietJet's board of directors.

On the radar: Studio City, Macau Prudence Lui, Macau, November 25, 2015
Macau's non-gaming attractions for families have taken a giant leap forward with the opening of Studio City on the Cotai Strip. Prudence Lui gets a ride on the integrated resort's movie-inspired showstoppers

Kayak reveals excess cabin luggage costs Singapore, November 25, 2015
TRAVEL agents in Singapore can use data from travel search engine to advise their clients the charges they will encounter for cabin luggage that exceed weight allowances that vary from airline to airline.

Best Western Bandung opens next week Bangkok, November 25, 2015
THE Best Western Premier La Grande Hotel will be open in Bandung December 1, the first Best Western-branded property in the city.

Sri Lanka budget a boon for tourism Feizal Samath, Colombo, November 24, 2015
THE Sri Lankan government has introduced a slew of initiatives to encourage the growth of tourism, especially MICE activities in the country.

Open skies for ASEAN still a dream Paige Lee Pei Qi, reporting from CAPA Aviation Asia Summit 2015, Singapore, November 24, 2015
ASEAN's open skies dream, anticipated to come true by this year-end, looks likely to remain unfulfilled as the 2015 deadline draws near.

Flight bookings plummet after Paris attacks London, November 24, 2015
NET flight bookings to Paris are down 101 per cent compared to the same period last year since the November 13 series of terror attacks in the French capital.

Borneo Trails offers plastic surgery S Puvaneswary, Kuala Lumpur, November 24, 2015
BORNEO Trails Tours and Travel, based in Kota Kinabalu, is now offering an itinerary which includes an appointment with Charles Lee, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon at KPJ Sabah Specialist Hospital.

More airlines on Travelport's rich format distribution Singapore and Auckland, November 24, 2015
AGENTS making bookings using Travelport can now purchase Air New Zealand and Tigerair Taiwan products via its Rich Content and Branding platform.

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