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Sail away with Emperor Cruises Halong's summer trade deal Hanoi, June 19, 2017
Emperor Cruises Halong is currently offering an industry rate for members of the travel and hospitality industry worldwide from June through September.

Asian casinos morphing into family-friendly resorts Pamela Chow, reporting from Asian Attractions Expo, Singapore, June 16, 2017
Where gaming was once the core focus for many casinos across Asia, more gaming operators are now transforming these complexes into mixed-use, family-friendly destinations to drive domestic and tourist spending.

DoT pulls plug on new tourism ad over plagiarism backlash Rosa Ocampo, Manila, June 16, 2017
The Department of Tourism's (DoT) new TV commercial sporting the Experience the Philippines tagline has received flak from the travel trade for falling short on both creativity and strategy.

Sarawak quits Malaysia Tourism Board S Puvaneswary, Kuala Lumpur, June 16, 2017
Sarawak has withdrawn its sole representative from the Malaysia Tourism Board (MTB).

Scoot, Tigerair to merge under one brand come July 25 Singapore, June 16, 2017
The integration of Scoot and Tigerair under a common brand and operating licence is expected to be complete by July 25.

Singapore, China get new lyf under Ascott's co-living brand Singapore, June 16, 2017
Ascott has secured the first three properties under its new co-living concept, lyf, in China and Singapore.

Lanson Place gets new chief development officer Hong Kong, June 16, 2017
Lanson Place Hospitality Management has named Augustine Silva as its chief development officer.

New hotel openings: Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore, Conrad Osaka and more June 16, 2017
The latest hotel openings and announcements made this week.

South Sumatra guns for recognition as sports tourism destination Mimi Hudoyo, Bali, June 15, 2017
As Palembang, the capital city of South Sumatra, casts its sights on becoming a sports tourism destination by leveraging the 2018 Asian Games - which it will co-host with Jakarta - some in the trade expressed concern about sustaining visitor volume beyond the event.

Singaporeans granted visa exemption for longer Mongolia stays Singapore, June 15, 2017
Starting last week, Singapore nationals can travel visa free to Mongolia for stays of up to 30 days, instead of the previous limit of 14 days.

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