Meritus Hotels & Resorts has announced a campaign to celebrate, among other things, four decades of Meritus signature hospitality in Asia. These luxurious hotels are encapsulated in a new commercial campaign of extraordinary beauty and clarity.
Lady Gaga is scheduled to perform in an exclusive SingTel concert before a limited crowd of just 2000 this week. For visitors to Singapore, who are Gaga fans, maybe the only way to see the diva is via a SingTel contest?
CommunicAsia 2011, one of the world’s biggest technology conferences, is scheduled to begin tomorrow at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands. This year’s conference promises to be a comprehensive knowledge building platform and showcase for a vast array of emerging technologies.
The grand opening of one of the world’s biggest theme parks, Universal Studios Singapore, took place last week. And despite a few hickups, no-show stars, and other minor irritations, Singapore now has another world class touristic attraction. This opening is not only big tourism news, but a sign of Singapore’s every increasing popularity and growth.
In news from Singapore, the Great Singapore Sale (GSS) kicks off today there. This annual shopping fiesta slash frenzy is one of the biggest such events anywhere in the world, projected sales topping $5.5 billion SD.
Today’s Hidden Gem is the Turi Beach Resort in Singapore. Situated in the Northeast part of Batam Island, Turi is just 35 minutes from Singapore, but a world away from the cares of man. The lush land and seascapes of this boutique resort could literally liberate you.
Between 12 and 13 million tourists are expected to visit the city-state this year, bringing with them tourism receipts of around 23 billion SGD (Singapore dollars), according to the Trade, Industry and Education minister S Iswaran.
Malaysian tourism chiefs underlined how important their near-neighbors in Singapore are to the country’s tourist trade earlier today when rolling out new incentives to try and attract more visitors from across the straits. Zalizam Zakaria, director of Malaysia Tourism Singapore admitted “Singapore is a very important market for us”. Singaporeans made up almost 53% of […]
The 2011 edition of the NATAS Travel Fair, Singapore’s largest travel fair organized by National Association of Travel Agents (NATAS), will take place at the Singapore Expo, Halls 4 & 5 from 25-27 February.
Right now in Singapore visitors have a special treat as the Lunar New Year Spring Festival takes place from January 15th through February 28th in Chinatown. This occasion marks the importance of family, and celebrates happiness.
Singapore’s Jurong Bird Park celebrates its 40th Anniversary this year with special prices and gifts for guests. The largest bird park in the world, Jurong is home to thousands of rare birds, and some of the world’s most fascinating exhibitions. Visitors this year are in for a rare treat indeed.
The very first Affordable Art Fair hits Singapore this weekend. Proving once again that you don’t have to be a millionaire to afford very fine works of art, Will Ramsay’s AAF Asia showcases over 60 art galleries worth of affordable treasures.