SINGAPORE TOURISM FACES A CHALLENGING YEAR

James Morris -
Singapore tourism sector is expected to record a slowdown in its growth this year. The reason is that many tourists are tightening their belts as global economic weakness becomes more pronounced....

REGIONAL TOURISM IN ASIA PACIFIC EXPECTED TO INCREASE

Dan Rang -
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) has predicted that regional tourism in Pacific Asia will continue on an upwards trend through to the year 2020. While releasing its current 5-year travel for...

DOMESTIC TOURISM IN MEXICO GREW 10%

Nils Kraus -
Domestic tourism in Mexico grew 10 per cent in the first five months of this year, with 24.3 million visitors being recorded in just 70 leading destinations in the country, according to the head of th...

MOROCCO PLANS TO ATTRACT MORE RUSSIAN TOURISTS

Daniel A. Tanner -
As tourists shy away from the nearby traditional markets in Europe because of instability, Moroccan tourism authorities are planning to attract more visitors from China, Russia and West Africa. In an ...

JAMAICA TOURISM CELEBRATING POSITIVE NUMBERS

Joe McClain -
The number of tourists visiting Jamaica in the first nine months of 2015 increased by 5.5% over the corresponding period in 2014, according to a statement by the government of the island....
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