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Switzerland supports Viet Nam in sustainable tourism development

The Swiss Sustainable Tourism Programme (SSTP), the first of its kind funded by Switzerland’s State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) for Viet Nam, has officially kicked off, according to the programme’s management board.

Cut Water Usage, Waste Disposal: Key Messages of World Tourism Day

With one week left until World Tourism Day (WTD) on 27 September, preparations are on the final stretch in the Maldives, the host of this year's official celebrations, and in many countries around the world around the 2013 theme, "Tourism and Water: Protecting our Common Future".  

Green Heritage Culture and Tourism Week

(TITC) - The 9th Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day themed "Green Heritage Culture and Tourism Week, meeting place of people and nature" will be held at Vietnam Culture-Art Exhibition Center on 23rd Nov. 2013.

Dedicated LGBT exhibition space at World Travel Market

A dedicated LGBT exhibition space will be hosted by the world's leading tourism networking association, Out Now Business Class - ONBC - at World Travel Market. 2013 is the second year ONBC has hosted dedicated LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) market exhibition space, and this year the space has been expanded and rebranded as the Out Now Business Class LGBT Village at WTM.

China outbound tourism expected to be down 40% as of October after new law

New laws for tourism in China planned as of October could reduce the number of tourists visiting Phuket, Thailand by 40% but ultimately prove positive, say tourism industry leaders.

Magical Kenya Travel Expo just a month away

Kenya's premier tourism exhibition will return to the Kenyatta International Conference Centre next month from October 18-20, showcasing once again the wide range of services, locations and attractions the country has on offer. This year over 150 companies are expected to participate in the event and buyers from the region, the wider African continent and overseas will be exchanging views and news among each other.

Chinese tourism to Sri Lanka up 73 percent

Chinese tourists made the eighth largest number of arrivals for the first eight months of 2013 to Sri Lanka, latest data showed here on Tuesday.