HOTELS IN SINGAPORE BENEFIT FROM THE HONG KONG CRISIS

Samuel Dorsi -
The continuing protests in the Chinese metropolis frighten many business travelers. As a result, the hotels in Singapore benefit from the Hong Kong crisis by receiving more guests. ...

GREENLAND TOURISM FACES THAWING ICE

Kevin Eagan -
Just recently, a photo circulated on the Internet, on which sled dogs ran across a frozen lake. However, the ice cover was unusually thawed at a very early time of the year that the animals were knee-...

TURKISH TOURISM RISING WITH RAPID GROWTH FROM RUSSIA

Nik Fes -
Turkey is experiencing a renaissance of its kind in terms of tourism. In January 1.5 million tourists from abroad visited the country. This represents an increase of 39% for Turkish tourism compared t...

EGYPTIAN TOURISM AND ECONOMY BOOMING AHEAD OF SUMMER SEASON

Andrew J. Wein -
Tourism in Egypt is flourishing again. In the first quarter of the year, 37% more tourists arrived to the country. Past years were difficult for Egyptian tourism industry due to political insecurity a...

RUSSIAN RIVER CRUISES TO TRANSPORT RECORD NUMBER OF FOREIGNERS

Laura Maudlin -
Russian river cruises will transport a record number of foreign tourists this year. This was reported by the Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR) last week....