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    Airfares 'likely to fall from second half of the year'

    The recent plunge in oil prices should bring airfares down for more travellers from the second half of the year, said the chief economist of a global airline body.

    Fairmont Jakarta now open to guests

    Fairmont Jakarta has opened its doors, starting today, in the heart of the capital city.

    Jurong Bird Park launches Wings of Asia

    Jurong Bird Park in Singapore unveiled its rejuvenated aviary dubbed Wings of Asia on Thursday.

    Holidays in Europe beckon as euro falls

    More affordable travel there pushes demand up by as much as 40 per cent.

    Langkawi hotel best in Malaysia: TripAdvisor

    The usual suspects in Malaysia get the best hotel awards from TripAdvisor travellers.

    Accounts manager eyes cheaper vacations abroad

    Accounts manager Gillian Zheng, 30, usually visits destinations such as Hong Kong or Taiwan around...

    Bali to welcome more cruise ships

    Bali is seeing a brighter outlook on cruise tourism this year.

    Tokyo tests next-gen navigation system for foreign cyclists

    The system selects routes that are preferable for bicyclists, such as those that avoid uphill slopes.

    Set up court for tourists: Chief Judge of Sabah and Sarawak

    A tourist court should be set up to help visitors who may have been short-changed by unscrupulous...

    Visa fee waiver not enough, says China agent

    Scrapping the visa requirement would have helped to regain the confidence of Chinese tourists, whose...

    Virgin Australia cuts fuel surcharges for Australia-US flights

    Airlines across the world have been under increasing pressure to cut or reduce fuel surcharges as...

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