News: Tourism

Hong Kong Disneyland records another year without profit while spotlighting some of its altruistic community initiatives

Operating in adverse conditions, amid a series of pandemic-related closures and a near-complete absence of tourists, Hong Kong Disneyland has reported a loss of US$307 million (HK$2.4…

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Mar 22, 2022 ByKaren Sweaney Attractions / Finance / Tourism /

 
 

Pico Play seeks new staff for Malaysian operations

Pico Play, the global leader in the planning, design, development and construction of world-class themed attractions and entertainment, has announced that it is looking to hire three…

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Mar 21, 2022 Attractions / Design / Entertainment / Technology / Tourism /

 
 

Thailand resort’s Marine Discovery Centre helps with recovery of Maya Bay

Following the global success of the movie ‘The Beach’ released in 2000, Thailand's Maya Bay in the Hat Noppharat Thara-Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park, became overwhelmed…

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Mar 18, 2022 Education / Environment / Hospitality / Tourism / Wellness /

 
 

Sheraton Fiji Golf and Beach Resort reopens after extensive transformation

Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort has announced their official reopening following a $48,000,000 (FJ $73,000,000) transformation. Previously named ‘Sheraton Fiji Resort’,…

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Mar 18, 2022 Golf / Hospitality / Recreation / Tourism /

 
 

Dunedin’s hosting of 17th World Leisure Congress rescheduled to December 2023

The World Leisure Organisation has advised that the 17th World Leisure Congress, due to be held in Dunedin, has been rescheduled to 11th to 15th December 2023. Originally planned for…

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Mar 17, 2022 Education / Parks / Recreation / Tourism /

 
 

Vietnam hospitality industry moves towards more sustainable operations

The hospitality industry in Vietnam, while impacted by COVID has seen many hotels invest in the land, cultivating gardens, farms and orchards to support staff and move towards a more…

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Mar 17, 2022 Environment / Hospitality / Tourism /

 
 

International Cruise ships allowed to return to Australia from 17th April

International Cruise ships will be allowed to return to Australia from 17th April following a decision by the Federal Government not to renew their ban. Large international cruise ships…

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Mar 15, 2022 Tourism /

 
 

World Leisure Day returns for second year

The World Leisure Organisation has announced its World Leisure Day initiative will be celebrated all around the globe on 16th April. Being coordinated by the World Leisure Center of…

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Mar 14, 2022 Arts / Education / Recreation / Sport / Tourism /

 
 

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