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Malaysians Now Rank Fourth For Bali's Tourism Market

Category: Tourism, Posted:11 Aug 2011 | 06:00 am

Reading an article in TTG Asia it was intriguing to see that Malaysia is the fourth largest travel set for Bali after Australia, China and Japan.
Looking at the first quarter of business, 2011 saw a 33% rise over the same period the previous year.
For Phuket it's important to view how similar the trends remain with the new age of Asia now dominating travel throughout the region.
Certainly low cost carriers and direct flights continue to spur a wider 'it's all about airlift' storyline.

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Phuket’s Real Estate World’s Collide. Off-Plan Sales Flatten in Wake of Growing Resales

Category: Real estate, Posted:06 Jun 2024 | 05:54 am Phuket’s massive influx of new real estate development is witnessing rising competition from the secondary marketplace. The collision between off-plan property sales and resales is inevitable given the sheer number of units being completed and a growing critical mass of older properties. Comparing primary and re-sale transactions on the island from the first four months […]
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New Report On Samui’s Hotel Recovery, From C9 Hotelworks

Category: Hotels|Tourism, Posted:05 Jun 2024 | 18:01 pm A resurgence of Samui tourism has been fueled by domestic travelers, with 69% Y-O-Y growth. Muted Chinese traveler demand pushes hotels to diversify source markets and adapt to a changing landscape according to C9 Hotelworks new Samui Hotel & Tourism Market Review. In 2023, Samui hosted 3,541,821 visitors, evenly split between domestic and foreign travelers, […]
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Bid Now. Only 8 Days Left For the PHAB Great Travel Auction

Category: Hotels, Posted:04 Jun 2024 | 07:52 am There are only 8 days left to bid on this year’s non-profit Phuket Hotels Association online charity travel auction. Amazing travel stays from London, Australia, Bali, Dubai, Paris, Maldives, and of course Phuket, Bangkok, and Koh Samui. There is even a vacation stay in Bhutan. All of the proceeds go to support the hospitality scholarship […]
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