The first two of Emirates Airline’s Boeing 777-300ER aircraft fitted with newly designed First Class cabins will be deployed on flights from its hub at Dubai International Airport to Brussels, Belgium, and Geneva, Switzerland, on 1 December.
Dusit International will operate the dusitD2 Seef Bahrain, a hotel targeted at business and leisure travelers, which is scheduled to open in Manama, the country’s modern capital, in 2018. PLUS: a shortlisft of key tourist attractions
The Oakwood Premier Que Singapore is a serviced apartment targeted at business and leisure traveler wanting an extended stay. It is located in Que Downtown One and Two, a mixed use development, which includes office space and retail elements.
Dusit International will enter the Vietnamese market as the operator of two seaside resorts as the country’s inbound tourism arrivals soar. The first is scheduled to open in December 2017; the second, before mid-2018.
Five international airlines are launching new routes or increasing frequencies on existing routes between Thailand and China, India, the Maldives, Singapore, and Turkey. Could flights to the United States be on the radar screen?
Amazing Thailand: More than three-fourths of hotels and resorts in the Southern Thai province of Phuket are operating without a license as record numbers of foreign tourists continue to flock to the tropical island’s sunny shores.
Aviation News: Hong Kong Airlines announced plans to launch non-stop service linking Hong Kong with Los Angeles on 18 December 2017. The airline will deploy Airbus A350 airliners on the route, which will initially operate 4 times weekly.
Chao Phraya Estate is a 32 billion Thai baht development comprising a luxurious residential tower and two low rise hotels occupying one of the few remaining large plots of available land lining the shores of the River of Kings in Bangkok.
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.
Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong is a five-star hotel centrally located in the heart of downtown Bangkok, half-way between Bangkok’s 2 airports. Facilities include 7 food and beverage outlets, a swimming pool, and a spa.