|Full Name:||Kristin Mariano|
|Location:||Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines|
About Kristin Mariano
Always on the lookout for great stories to tell.
|Mar 2018 - Present • 2 years 8 months|
|Writes B2B articles in the travel industry.|
Far East Hospitality has announced that it will forge ahead with its local and regional expansion plans with three properties – Oasia Resort Sentosa, Far East Village Hotel Yokohama, and Quincy Hotel Melbourne.
European travellers have a stable and positive attitude towards travel but concerns over falling ill at the destination and quarantine restrictions have resulted in postponing more trips to 2021.
The Standard, Huruvalhi Maldives will reopen on 5 December to welcome guests back to the unparalleled beauty of Huruvalhi’s turquoise waters and white sand beaches.
Phuket suggested reopening the island to foreign super-yachts looking to dock in Thailand.
As Brits are eagerly waiting for the end of the second lockdown on December 2, they are desperate for some winter sun. However, mandatory quarantine deterred travel planning.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has admitted that there is very little chance for New Zealand to fully reopen to Australia by Christmas.
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A new surge in Covid-19 cases and the reintroduction of travel restrictions have halted European tourism recovery.
In an effort to attract more tourists, some health officials in Thailand are reportedly proposing to shorten the mandatory quarantine for all incoming travellers.
The tourism department of Cayman Islands has launched the Global Citizen Concierge Program (GCCP), which allows digital nomads to stay in the Caribbean paradise for up to two years.
In the past week, several COVID-19 vaccine candidates have achieved major breakthroughs and have shone a glimmer of hope in the flailing travel industry.
Trip.com witnessed a surge in demand for Singapore-Hong Kong (SG-HK) leisure travel, after the announcement of the travel bubble will launch on 22 November.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says that they have relaxed the criteria for issuing the new tourist visas by allowing tourists from ‘medium risk’ countries.
Mauritius, the Indian Ocean paradise, has launched a new long-stay visa to meet the growing demand from international visitors looking to relocate to the COVID-safe island for work, leisure or retirement.
In the past years, travel companies have taken advantage of the event to offer amazing travel deals and discounts to consumers.
In line with its tourism reopening, the Land of Smiles is now offering two types of visas for travellers wanting to gain entry in the country.
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