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South Korea department stores hit hard by dwindling Chinese tourists


South Korea Chinese touristsSouth Korea’s department stores are suffering from a sharp drop in Chinese tourists who are not willing to visit their neighboring country due to political tensions between Seoul and Beijing.


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Meghalaya roads faces severe traffic snarl, hampering tourism immensely


Meghalaya roads facesFor more than three hours, many passengers on this July 22nd got stranded between Umiam and Mawlai because more than 5,000 vehicles from Assam were transporting day tourists to various corners of, creating severe congestion on road.


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Israel eyes food tourism to draw visitors


Israel eyes food tourismFor years, thousands of travelers across the globe have come to Israel as religious pilgrimage, as confirmed by the Ministry of Tourism of Israel.


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Tunisian tourism government encourages British tourists to visit


Tunisian tourismThe Foreign Office has changed its Tunisia travel advice for British tourists, meaning tour companies can start sending holidaymakers to the north African country again.


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Dubai International Hospitality Week to be held in September


Dubai International HospitalityThe launch of Dubai International Hospitality Week (DIHW) in September this year is expected to give the hospitality sector of the emirate a major boost and would drive GDP growth in the region.


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Al Ghurair partners with AccorHotels for launching Swissôtel in the UAE


Al Ghurair partners with AccorHotelsAl Ghurair, a UAE-based conglomerate, has entered into a partnership with leading travel and lifestyle group, AccorHotels for launching the upper-upscale Swissôtel and Swissôtel Living in the Al Ghurair Centre in Dubai, UAE.


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Abu Dhabi organizes road show to draw more US travelers


Abu DhabiA road show showcasing Abu Dhabi in three US cities highlighted the capital’s attractions for drawing more American tourists and business travellers to visit the emirate.


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Ryanair airlines to induct new aircraft for better services


RyanairAPART FROM Aviation anoraks, passengers don’t give much attention to the of aircraft they are travelling on. The basic priority is to lands safely – and on schedule.


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The UAE economy benefits from recovery in tourism and global trade flows


uae-tourism-sectorThe UAE economy is benefiting more from the rebound in world trade flows and growth in global tourism compared to other GCC economies. The UAE has a more favourable economic outlook because it is the most diversified economy in the GCC. 


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Fiji & its unique approach toward tourism


FijiAs it’s quite a known fact now that thousands of New Zealanders every year rush to the tropical island of Fiji with great enthusiasm. At present, some of these visitors are all set to create a new type of paradise for the locals who reside there.


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With possible energy & enthusiasm, tourism is preparing for Labor Day


Labor DayThe wineries of Gisborne, New Zealand are all geared up and making plans for Labour Weekend festivities as Activate Tairawhiti is set to market a series of package holiday deals like wine and train excursions, Rolls Royces and the 2018 national surfing championships respectively.


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Tourism operator’s right to enter national parks gets relaxed


national parksAccording to the latest research, the obstructions for tourism operators to receive right of entry to national parks have been made much hassle-free. However, the conservation benefits are yet to be realized.


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James Choi, the Australian Ambassador persuade for tourism


James ChoiOn Friday, James Choi, the Australian Ambassador highlighted the significance of collaboration between Korea and Australia in trade and tourism sector.


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