Visitors can soak in the festive mood as locals prep for Chinese New Year. Singapore’s colourful and historical Chinatown neighbourhood
Royal First Class and Royal Silk Class passengers will be served Orange Jelly and Look Chup. Passengers traveling in Economy Class will be served Orange Jelly
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) today kicked-off nationwide celebrations to usher in the Chinese New Year of the Dog
the guests will enjoy a host of
From today until Friday 16 February 2018, Cathay Pacific have an exciting Chinese New Year promotion to celebrate the Year of the Dog
With a host of colourful, authentic celebrations
Celebrated by most of Singapore’s Indian community, Pongal is a traditional harvest festival
Maritime Museum to offer Chinese language tours To celebrate Chinese New Year 2018, the Australian National Maritime Museum is launching a new, specially-designed product to welcome its Chinese visit...
HKTB announces 2018 events and festivals calendar
Ready in time for the busy Chinese New Year season, the update includes a new-look hotel lobby, expansion of Tamarind Restaurant
Economy class return tickets to London from $888 all-in are up for grabs until 31 January 2017
Fraser Suites Sydney is the perfect spot to celebrate Chinese New Year
Sharp rise in Chinese hotel investment follows record Chinese visitor growth with new wave of hotels and China-friendly services
Chatrium Golf Resort Soi Dao Chanthaburi is the perfect base from which to visit Khao Khitchakut
The new service gives the capital’s 21 million residents a direct gateway to Australia, representing a huge opportunity for the Australian tourism industry and Australian companies doing business in ...
The award winning luxury pool villa resort, SALA Phuket Resort and Spa are celebrating the Year of the Rooster in style with a special night
Australia’s visitor economy will have a lot to cheer about this month with an estimated 81,000 extra Chinese visitors expected to visit Australia as part of Chinese New Year celebrations
Australia Day and Chinese New Year revellers filling rooms Australia’s largest hotel operator, AccorHotels is reporting strong demand in hotel occupancy ahead of a bumper weekend, with both Australia...
To celebrate the Year of the Rooster, The Langham, Melbourne is introducing elements of contemporary and traditional Chinese cuisine at breakfast, lunch and dinner at Melba Restaurant
Guests can get set to shake a tail feather at the hotel's bountiful Asian-inspired seafood buffet, which includes a live noodle station, a San Choi Bao station and everyone's favourite Chinese New Ye...