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AirAsia X posts 2Q profits, plans group synergies and North Asia focus Kuala Lumpur, August 25, 2017
In 2Q2017 ending June 30, AirAsia X recorded RM47.4 million (US$11.1 million) profit after tax, representing its seventh consecutive quarter profit.
 

SATS, Plaza Premium to manage lounge at Changi's new T4 Hong Kong, August 25, 2017
SATS and Plaza Premium Group have been awarded a joint contract to manage the only independent lounge at Singapore Changi Airport's newest Terminal 4 (T4).
 

[SPONSORED POST] Discover UNESCO World Heritage Sites with Budget Singapore, August 25, 2017
For an enriching road trip experience, why not stop off for an encounter with some of the world's most diverse World Heritage Sites?
 

Pattaya Dream to materialise in 2018 Bangkok, August 25, 2017
New York-based Dream Hotel Group has signed a hotel in Pattaya, its third Thailand property after Dream Bangkok and Dream Phuket Hotel and Spa.
 

Best Western resort heads for Phu Quoc shores Bangkok, August 25, 2017
Best Western Hotels & Resorts has signed a license agreement with Vietnam's CEO Group for a new resort in Phu Quoc.
 

New hotels: Rosewood Sanya, Mercure Maldives Kooddoo and more August 25, 2017
The latest hotel openings and announcements made this week.
 

Despite surging arrivals, tepid demand for Japan's ryokans Kathryn Wortley, Tokyo, August 24, 2017
Japan's ryokans are struggling to attract international tourists even as the country welcomes a record 2.3 million visitors in June 2017, up 18.2 per cent year-on-year.
 

Malaysian trade relentless in efforts to woo Chinese S Puvaneswary, Kuala Lumpur, August 24, 2017
Malaysia is expected to hit its target of three million Chinese tourist arrivals this year, an increase from 2.1 million in 2016, a sentiment buoyed by visa relaxation, increased air connectivity and a series of in-market trade events.
 

Travellers more open to non-hotel stays in home continent: Agoda Singapore, August 24, 2017
Travellers are more likely to opt for homestays when travelling close to home, the Agoda Travel & Tech Study on non-hotel accommodations (NHAs) has shown.
 

New Ramada in Phuket to bear Straits Chinese influence Phuket, August 24, 2017
Wyndham Hotel Group will expand its Ramada brand in Thailand with the signing of Ramada Plaza Chaofah Phuket in a franchise deal with Southern Star Hotel, an affiliate of the CAS Group.
 



 
 
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