The Thai capital of Bangkok has beaten London to be crowned the world's most popular travel destination this year, according to an annual ranking by global payments and technology company Mastercard released on Thursday.
Iran, the 18th largest economy in the world, is to host the first Iran Hotel and Tourism Investment Conference (IHTIC), a top-level gathering of international investors, owners, operators, developers and government officials.
International air travel to East Africa has jumped up 11.2 per cent from January to August this year, compared with the same period last year, a new report has revealed.
According to an analysis conducted by ForwardKeys, a leading
Voted best climate destination in 2010 by the International Leisure magazine in 2011 and scooped the European Council on Tourism and Trade Best Destination Award in 2014, Zimbabwe is on an amazing bounce back in terms of its tourism offering.
The Moroccan Bahraini Handicraft Week will kick off on the September 26 at the Bahrain International Exhibition Centre, it was revealed yesterday.
The event, held in cooperation between the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authorit
The cheap package holiday, bucket and spade culture and jetting off for two weeks of sun, sand and souvenirs is on the decline suggests Taleb Al Makhmari, acting director general, Marketing & Media at Ithraa, Oman’s inward investment a
The Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) will be hosting four workshops conducted by international experts as part of its 2015 -2018 strategy to promote Bahrain as a wedding destination and further attract tourists from Saudi Arabia
Oman's Ministry of Tourism is organising a four-city roadshow in India from September 19 to 26 with the aim to further promote the sultanate as a key tourist destination for Indian travellers.
This year the roadshow will be he
Thailand has recorded about 200 cases of Zika since January, the health ministry said on Tuesday, making it a country with one of the highest numbers of confirmed cases in the region.
It was the first time Thailand's health mi
The French government on Tuesday pledged more aid to help the country's struggling tourism sector cope after a wave of Islamist attacks, bringing to €10 million ($11.2 million) its contribution to a campaign to promote the country abroa