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Tailored itineraries for South East Asia also crucial to growth
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Indonesia, South Korea and Vietnam form the largest growth markets for visitor arrivals to the city state.
A 60% sales increase over the last 2 years has led to the need for a presence in the Mainland.
Notably, China has taken United States’ place in the Top 5 markets by tourist spending during the sale
They can be assured that agencies under the programme are reliable and understand their religious requirements.
The firm is adding new agencies in Ghana, Pakistan, Yemen, Paraguay and Uruguay
The GDS has appointed Agatha Lee to lead its Hong Kong operations, as Winnie Lau steps down from the role.
Organised by Singapore Cancer Society, the charity run will take place on 3 August.
The appointments across the 2 groups have a focus on pre-opening, as they look to ramp up their properties.
Northstar Travel Media recently acquired Travel Weekly China and Events China in March 2014.
Hill will also be responsible for reorganising the management company, Mozaic Hotels & Resorts’ sales and revenue management teams.
Starwood defines the current era, as one driven by greater connectivity through technology and rising wealth around the world.
Asia Pacific, which incorporates Australia/New Zealand, North and Southeast Asia, came out on top.
An estimated 3.7 million people are expected to visit the country this year.
Results for the first months of the year point to a continuation of growth for European tourism in 2014.
The new initiative is expected to increase the appeal of Bintan as a twin destination with Singapore and give a boost to the already fast expanding market.
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