BY 2006, Singapore’s Changi Airport will be the first in the region to boast a no frills terminal. The government is proceeding to build one now that it has a customer. Tiger Airways, a no frills airline backed by Singapore Airlines, has agreed to use such a terminal and Singapore is going ahead in, Read More

A packed ballroom of over 200 travel agents in Singapore was treated to a fun-filled evening entitled “Discover the Magic of Hong Kong Disneyland”. Most were excited by the new opportunities presented by the family entertainment giant, and with the opportunity to meet with executives from Hong Kong Disneyland’s marketing and sales teams who, Read More

Designed for those on business, relocating residences or merely on an extended holiday, Pan Pacific Singapore has just introduced the Residence Program for guests who find themselves in need of accommodations for an extended stay. The Residence Program is valid through the balance of 2004 and is applicable for seven or more nights. Rates, Read More

Singapore is struggling to attract the tourist dollar in spite of its ability to lurevisitors to its shores. In a recent position paper, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) revealed figures showing the exact extent of the erosion and its strategies to regain lost ground.

The Singapore government has devised a plan to save award-winning ChangiAirport from gloomy trend forecast. Foremost among the dark clouds ahead will be the appearance of long-range aircraft, which will allow airlines to bypass Changi as they fly from Europe toAustralia or the Far East, such as Japan. Alternatively, the airlines could choose from a, Read More