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Tokyo confirms 60 new COVID-19 cases for highest daily total since May 4
Tokyo confirmed 60 new cases of novel coronavirus Sunday, the metropolitan government said, the first time the number of cases hit 60 since May 4.
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Thailand’s international flights may not restart until September
A senior director of civilian aviation recently said that international flights are not likely to resume in Thailand until late September.
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Seoul welcomes all-new Mercure Hotel in the trendy district of Hongdae
Accor Ambassador Korea, in partnership with Seohan Tourism Development Co., Ltd, announced the upcoming opening of Mercure Ambassador Seoul Hongdae this August.
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Japan quells rumors it will pay for half of visitors' expenses
Foreign tourists dreaming of having 50 percent of their flight and travel to Japan paid for by the government may need to think again.
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Hotelogix announces contactless capability for guests, compliance with COVID-19 guidelines for Hotels
BANGALORE - Hotelogix, a leading Enterprise-Grade Cloud Hotel PMS provider releases an API stack, enabling complete contactless check-in and check-out experience for hotels in times when the hospitality industry gears up to open when COVID-19 is still around us.
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COVID-19: Thailand to reopen bars, allow some foreigners in from Jul 1
BANGKOK: Thailand will allow pubs and bars to reopen on Wednesday (Jul 1) and plans to let in some foreign travellers after recording five weeks without any community transmission of COVID-19, a government official said.
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Agoda’s ‘GoLocal’ campaign aims to boost domestic tourism
Agoda has launched the “GoLocal” campaign which aims to stimulate domestic tourism across the Asia Pacific.
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AirAsia unveils ‘unlimited pass’ to speed up domestic Thai tourism
Supporting domestic tourism, AirAsia presents the ‘AirAsia Unlimited Pass’ for the first time in Thailand, offering a limited number of tickets for only THB 2,999 (USD 96.98) for unlimited travel across its domestic routes.
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