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July 30, 2003
Second Bangkok Mass-Transit System On Schedule

Bangkok's second major mass transit system is on track for a test run on April 13, 2004, in preparation for an official opening on August 12, 2004, Her Majesty the Queen's Birthday. The subway rail system will run from the city's main railw...
July 24, 2003
ATC: Tourism Figures Confirm The Severity Of SARS On The Global Market

New tourism figures just released show a 21 per cent drop in international arrivals (to Australia) in May, highlighting the importance of recovery campaigns already underway to restore travel to Australia, Australian Tourist Commission (ATC...
July 18, 2003
Chinese Travel Delegation Heads To Thailand

A huge delegation of 1,137 travel agents, media and tourists from six major Chinese cities are to arrive in Bangkok as part of the official campaign to jump-start arrivals from Thailand's third-largest source of visitors. The group from ...
July 16, 2003
Hong Kong And The Philippines Strengthen Tourism Co-Operation

Hong Kong and the Philippines have pledged to step up their co-operation as tourism partners and jointly promote the two destinations in overseas markets, following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between their official t...
June 24, 2003
Health Canada Lifts Its Travel Advisory For Hong Kong

Health Canada has just announced that it has lifted its travel advisory for Hong Kong. Welcoming the announcement, Mrs Aliana Ho, Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) Director- Canada, said that the people of Hong Kong welcome Health Canada's dec...
June 23, 2003
Hong Kong Set For Major Comeback

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has removed Hong Kong from its list of SARS-affected areas - 20 days after the city's last case of the disease. Hong Kong's last case was isolated on 2 June. According to the WHO, when 20 days have passe...
June 17, 2003
W.H.O. Changes Travel Recommendation For Taiwan Province, China

Effective June 17, the World Health Organization (WHO) is removing its recommendation that people should postpone all but essential travel to Taiwan province in China. The recommendation to consider postponing all but essential travel to...
June 12, 2003
1,500 Travel Agents And Media To Visit Thailand

About 1,500 travel agents and travel journalists are to visit Thailand over the next few weeks as part of a "Mega Fam Trip" being organised by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), Thai Airways International (Public) Co., Ltd, and the pr...
June 02, 2003
WHO Removes Singapore From Its List Of SARS-Affected Countries

Barely 20 hours after the World Health Organisation (WHO) removed Singapore from its list of SARS-affected countries, the island's tourism players rallied together, in a swift and spontaneous showcase of industry solidarity, to pay tribute ...
May 26, 2003
Singapore Tourism Board and StarHub Launch the SARS Contact Tracing SMS

The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and StarHub Mobile (StarHub) have launched the SARS Contact Tracing SMS Programme in which Singaporeans can proactively track their whereabouts in Singapore via the short messaging system (SMS). Popular est...
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