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Grants of up to €2.5m (US$2.81m, £2.22m) are being made available for large-scale visitor attractions in Ireland, under a scheme that is intended to transform ... More
As a new year approaches, Spa Opportunities editor Jane Kitchen highlights 19 of the most exciting spas set to open in 2019. 1. Raison d’Etre ... More
A number of operators, individuals and attractions across the industry were recognised for excellence this month, with a number of prestigious awards handed out during ... More
VisitScotland is upping its efforts to market Scotland as a destination for european visitors, by hosting its first ever pan-European travel trade mission. The Scotland ... More
In a bid to boost tourism in the region, China's government has announced plans to invest CN¥134bn (US$19.5bn, €16.7bn, £14.8bn) across 17 major entertainment and ... More
A second Cartoon Network waterpark is coming to Asia, with real-estate and hospitality investment company the MAJ Group announcing plans to develop a waterpark and ... More
Focus Training
Focus Training
A US$125m (€107m, £93.3m) proposals to create a leisure development – featuring a world class aquarium and cultural centre in Memphis – have moved a ... More
Holidaymakers could one day pay "significantly" more for flights in order to offset their carbon footprint, after it was discovered that global tourism's environmental effect ... More
Airbnb has launched a new initiative, designed to help travellers find new holiday destinations and counteract the tourism saturation of major cities worldwide. In an ... More
The chief minister for Johor has unveiled his manifesto for the Malaysian state, promising to turn it into an economic powerhouse with the development of ... More
Florida’s government has approved changes to its tourism laws, green-lighting changes to its bed tax rules to expand use of the fund for enhancing “tourist-related ... More
Orlando’s mayor has spoken about the importance of tourism to the theme park capital’s economy, making the city its own brand with attractions feeding back ... More
EMD UK
EMD UK
The long-delayed and even longer-awaited Louvre Abu Dhabi has finally been given its launch date, with the Jean Nouvel-designed cultural institution opening to the public ... More
Cuba’s government has announced plans to boost its tourism infrastructure by courting foreign investment for proposed theme and waterparks. Reinaldo Daniel Alonso, director of Development, ... More
Thailand-based hospitality company Dusit International has signed a deal to manage the first internationally branded luxury resort in Wanfo Lake, an eco-tourism development zone near ... More
The team behind the development of Guggenheim Abu Dhabi have asked contractors to renew their tender bids, indicating the long-stalled development could be about to ... More
Botswana is to introduce a US$30 (€27.50, £23) tax on all tourists entering the country, with the proceeds going toward conservation efforts to protect its ... More
A weakened pound is keeping British visitors away from Ireland, halting double digit growth spurred by a weakened euro in 2016. The ongoing fallout from ... More
ukactive
ukactive
Mondelez International – the parent company of confectioners Cadbury – has unveiled plans to redevelop and expand its Cadbury World attraction at its Dunedin site ... More
The winners of the 2017 Architectural Review MIPIM Future Projects Awards have been announced, with this year’s prizes going to projects from eight countries across ... More
Jamaica’s tourism minister Edmund Bartlett has said the island nation must focus on increasing the number of world-class attractions available to visitors as the country ... More
New research suggests global tourism is worth more than US$7,581bn (€7,075bn, £6,088bn) with the market expected to surge in value to US$11,382bn (€10,622bn, £9,140bn) by ... More
Jamaica will be the host of this year’s inaugural United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) Global Conference on Tourism Development and Sustainability. To be held ... More
Taking place between 4-5 May, the TEA conference will bring together industry professionals, academics, attractions operators and owners to discuss a number of topics surrounding ... More
Industry tradeshow and conference Spa Life will host a two-day event in Ireland in 2017 – marking the third country for the event. Set to ... More
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Manchester Metropolitan University
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