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As part of the ongoing promotion of its new ‘Solomon Is.’ rebrand, Tourism Solomons is once again offering agents the chance to win either a $100 or one of two $50 pre-paid Visa cards
Winning one of the cards is simple – all agents need to do is simply provide a short picture caption for the featured photograph
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3.97 million Aussies hit by ‘debt lag’ - credit card debt they can’t afford to repay immediately
Vietjet pleases Thai travelers who wish to travel to Vietnam during the coming New Year season with 50% discount for all Vietjet’s domestic flights in Vietnam
Thai cabinet agreed to waive visa fees for tourists from 19 countries as of December 1 until February 28, and approved 10-Year Visas for foreigners over 50
In order to provide its guests with the best in private aviation opportunities, Pebble Beach Resorts is pleased to welcome XOJET, the leader in on-demand private jet charter services
Taiwan has kicked off a one-year trial program to grant visa-exempt privileges to Thai and Brunei nationals for stays up to 30 days.
More households in Australia and around the world will be packing their luggage and heading to overseas destinations for annual holidays in the next decade.
According to a new Visa report, some 109 million Asia Pacific households are expected to go on an international trip once a year by 2025, up 65 percent from 2015.
Australia and New Zealand’s peak tourism industry groups are calling for a permanent Trans-Tasman Visa to allow international tourists to travel between both countries with a regional visa.
The announcement in Shanghai of simpler visitor visa rules for Chinese citizens is a welcome move that will make Australia more attractive to this key market for business events.
The Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) today welcomed Prime Minister Turnbull’s announcement of improved visa arrangements for Chinese tourists as a strong step forward.
The Tourism & Transport Forum Australia (TTF) has renewed its call on the Federal Government to match Indonesia’s decision to scrap the $49 fee on Australian tourists on a one month tourist visa.
Travellers from Asia Pacific are favouring getaways closer to home and within the APAC region compared with holidays that require long international flights.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has confirmed its continuous support to Visa for the three existing collaborative campaigns.