Aviation News: Hong Kong Airlines launches non-stop service linking Hong Kong with Vancouver, British Columbia, on 30 June 2017. The airline will deploy Airbus A330-300 airliners on the route. The flight will operate daily in both directions.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is offering visa-free travel for Thai nationals visiting the country this summer and fall. Visa free travel represents a substantial saving for Thai travelers to the country as UAE visas usually cost 3,000 Thai baht, or US$90.
Anantara Hotels launches luxurious five-star resort in Southwest China’s culturally rich and environmentally spectacular Yunnan Province. There are six food and beverage outlets, a luxurious spa, swimming pools, annd golf
Asalha Bucha usually falls in July and marks the beginning of Buddhist Lent in Southeast Asia, a three-month celebration during which monks remain inside their temples as much as possible, while avoiding unnecessary travel.
Restaurant Review: Popular Japanese noodle shop with outlets in Hong Kong and Kowloon adds Curry Tsukemen, Salt Tsukemen and Black Garlic Oil Tsukemen to the menu. What do finicky foodies have to say?
Marvel 10K Weekend will be held at Hong Kong Disneyland on 16 and 17 September 2017. The event will be co-organized by the Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association. Different races will be held for different age groups.
Dusit International signs agreement to manage hotel in China’s Anhui province. Scheduled to open in Q4 2019, the Dusit Thani Hot Springs Resort Wanfo Lake is the latest property in the group’s growing collection of Chinese resorts.
Thai restaurant and bar opens in Hong Kong. It has all the trappings of a fun-loving Western pub, but it serves authentic Thai dishes that are beautifully presented. Best of all: the talented chef doesn't attack the poultry with a clever!
Anantara Hotels and Resorts opens luxurious new resort hotel in Chiang Mai, Thailand's second largest city, along the shores of the Mae Ping River.
Nostalgic restaurant serving traditional Hong Kong food opens in Kowloon's Tsim Sha Tsui district. The menu is old style cha chann teng fare, with a few modern twists - and the decor pays homage to a long defunct amusement park.