Latest data provided by Maldives Immigration on Wednesday reveals that China secured its position as the primary source of tourist arrivals in the Maldives last month. During July, a total of 145,620 tourists visited the Maldives, indicating a significant 9% increase compared to the same period last year. The figures show that Chinese tourists accounted […]
The Maldives’ tourism industry is witnessing a remarkable resurgence, with China projected to claim a spot among the top three source markets for the nation’s tourism this year. The Tourism Ministry’s estimations reveal that China, once the largest source market of tourists before the Covid pandemic, is set to regain its position of prominence in […]
According to the statistics by the Ministry of Tourism Maldives, the year 2016 began with promising performance as international tourist arrivals totaled 344,166 at the end of quarter one. This is an increase of 4.3% compared to the arrivals in the 1st quarter 2015. However, the rest of the key indicators depicted a decreasing trend […]
Holiday Inn Resort® Kandooma Maldives has launched a brand new incentives and events venue, the Kandooma Marquee.
The Maldives’ national airline has commenced weekly flights to Fuzhou, the capital city of Fujian Province in China.
Digital travel sales in Asia Pacific are set to rise by almost 20 per cent by the end of 2015 according to eMarketer’s latest forecast.
Beijing Capital Airlines, a subsidiary carrier of Hainan Airlines, has begun operating flights between Beijing and Male’.
Leading B2B wholesaler GTA is predicting a boom in hotel room sales across the Asia Pacific region during the fourth quarter of 2015.
The month of August has brought in 110,144 tourists, and shows an increase of 5.7 % when compared to August 2014.
The WYSE Travel Confederation and the World Tourism Organisation, in collaboration with UNWTO have recently carried out studies which indicate that 23% of international tourists fall between the ages of 15 to 29.
China’s sudden currency devaluation has rattled stock and financial markets worldwide, but the Asian travel sector appears to weather the economic turbulence well – at least for the time being.
The Hotel Investment Conference for Asia Pacific (HICAP) has announced a new seminar track for their upcoming conference in Hong Kong, which kicks off on October 14th.