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Border Wars – Singapore Versus Malaysia

Category: Tourism, Posted:01 Aug 2014 | 06:00 am

Road trips between Singapore and Malaysia are set to become more expensive for cars from the Lion City venturing north over the causeway.
A vehicle entry permit will be implemented by the end of the year which is expected to be substantial.
Earlier this year Singapore adopted a road tax for Malaysian vehicles coming south.
For tourism the move will perhaps only encourage more people to take to the low-cost airline carriers and travel further abroad.

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The Future of Virtual Versus In-Person Hotel Events

Category: Hotels, Posted:25 Sep 2020 | 13:48 pm C9 Hotelworks and QUO have put together a short survey we hope you will take. As we look to the future of events for the hospitality and tourism sectors, we’re curious to understand more about your expectations and appetite. How far will you be willing to travel (if at all)? What subjects will you be […]
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Project Rattan Focused On Restoring Thai Craft

Category: Tourism, Posted:20 Sep 2020 | 08:52 am If you find yourself in Bangkok from now until the end of December, you should take some time and visit Australian designer Patrick Keane’s Project Rattan exhibition at River City. Project Rattan is an exhibition of furniture design featuring Thai craftsmanship and aimed at restoring local artisans to create international level products. The exhibit is […]
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Condo Hotels and TPO’s Hitting Bangkok

Category: Hotels, Posted:20 Sep 2020 | 08:47 am Bangkok’s hospitality market is set rapid growth in the emergence of condo hotels and third party management operators (TPO’s). The trend is best seen with the recent launch of The Wyndham Queen Convention Centre Hotel and Residences in Bangkok operated by Kew Green Management Company Thailand. Kew Green has seven properties in the pipeline in […]