Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced that a Hyatt affiliate has entered into a management agreement to develop a new 450-room Hyatt Regency branded hotel in Kuala Lumpur.
Gulf Air in line with its boutique strategy to add leisure destinations to its delicate crafted network, has revealed a new addition to this year’s network with a popular business and leisure destination: Kuala Lumpur, the largest city and the capital of Malaysia commencing from July with daily flights and operated by the airline’s flagship Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.
The government agency responsible for attracting international visitors to the country, Tourism Australia, partnered with Tourism Western Australia and Visit Victoria to host Premier Aussie Specialists and Aussie Specialist agents from Malaysia.
Medical, wellness and mobility restricted and disabled traveller resources provider Ticadoc and Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel agreed to work together to further expand the Malaysian hospitality horizon through medical tourism.
Best Western Hotels & Resorts announced its Asian development plans to key industry stakeholders and potential investors at the recent Singapore-based HICAP UPDATE conference.
Etihad Airways has revealed its plans to boost its popular services to Morocco to meet increased demand to and from its two gateways there; Casablanca and Rabat.
A Hyatt Hotels Corporation affiliate has entered into a management agreement for the Kuala Lumpur’s first Park Hyatt-branded hotel.
More than 100 Aussie Specialists participated in training sessions in Kuala Lumpur and, for the first time, Penang, Malaysia’s largest secondary tourism market.
Royal Jordanian expanded codeshare partnership with Malaysia Airlines, giving the airline access to Australia, as well as domestic Malaysia markets.
Cultural cruise line Voyages to Antiquity announced a new 2018-2019 winter season featuring a return to Asia and Africa, meaning that in 2018 Voyages to Antiquity will offer year-round cruising.