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    Singapore-based airlines asked to review conflict zone risk assessment

    Ultimately it is up to individual nations to decide whether a threat exists and, if necessary close their airspace.

    Doing things the Beijing way

    For all its gleaming trappings, by the standards of global cities, Beijing is still a closed-off...

    Twin air disasters threaten Malaysian tourism push

    An unprecedented second major aviation disaster in four months could further associate Malaysia with...

    Changi Airport handled 4.65m passengers in June; highest this year

    Changi Airport handled 4.65 million passengers in June, the highest for any month so far this year,...

    'Made in Japan' up close

    Factories have become a popular destination for foreign tourists wanting to get a firsthand look at...

    Paris hotels allow guests to 'pay what you want'

    Five Paris hotels on Monday launched a scheme allowing guests to "pay what you want" in an...

    Gem in the Golden Triangle

    Meet tribal people who still live off the land and discover old monasteries and churches in Myanmar'...

    Deluxe room at Royal Plaza on Scotts

    33 per cent off room rates at Royal Plaza on Scotts

    Promotion is valid for stays between September 19 and 21, 2014.

    Taipei's Gongguan to establish pedestrian zone for night market

    The Taipei City Government Department of Transportation announced that a pedestrian zone will be...

    Tourists spend more here

    While visitor arrivals to Singapore remained flat in the first quarter of this year, at 3.9 million...

    MAS still the preferred choice with minimal cancellations

    "Malaysia Airlines offering full refunds to everyone who is travelling in the future is really...

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