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BANGKOK, Jan 18 (Bloomberg): It’s hard to imagine a more luxurious place to spend two weeks of quarantine than the Anantara Phuket Suites & Villas in Thailand, where visitors are pampered in private residences that can have their own pool and courtyard.
With visitors barred by Covid-19, Hong Kong logs just 3.57 million arrivals in 2020, the lowest number on record
Near-total collapse of travel saw arrivals plummet from 2019’s 55.9 million, a year that had already seen numbers slide due to anti-government protestsA year after first restrictions were put on entry, the city effectively remains locked down to all but returning residents
BEIJING: China's services sector activity expanded at a slower pace in December, a private sector survey showed on Wednesday, as sporadic coronavirus outbreaks tempered the recovery in consumer confidence and weighed on new business growth.
SINGAPORE, Dec 31 (Reuters): Thankfully, Asia said goodbye to 2020 - a tumultuous year that saw the planet roiled by a deadly pandemic - celebrations will be smaller, shorter and more muted amid fears of coronavirus flare-ups.
PETALING JAYA: The Covid-19 pandemic, which infected millions internationally, causing unprecedented border closures and travel restrictions, has left the tourism and travel sector in shambles around the world.
(Reuters) - As Asia says goodbye to 2020 - a tumultuous year that saw the planet roiled by a deadly pandemic - celebrations will be smaller, shorter and more muted amid fears of coronavirus flare-ups.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese tourists, millions of whom have shunned overseas travel because of the COVID-19 pandemic, are limiting their journeys further to nearby cities and avoiding leaving their provinces.
SEOUL (Bloomberg): Three years ago, Suh Kyung-bae was the second-richest person in South Korea. Today he’s barely Top 10, a stark reversal in a K-beauty boom known for minting billionaires, not breaking them.
PHNOM PENH, Dec 25 (Xinhua): The Cambodian government has extended tax holidays for airline companies and tourism establishments for another three months from January to March, 2021 to help offset losses caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.