Stark tourism’s weekly update
Stark Tourism Weekly Update
11 November 2016, Issue 10
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WTM Report Reveals The Emerging Destinations,The ChIICs
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China, India, Iceland and Cuba are tipped as hot spots for travel in 2017 – and have been dubbed the ‘ChIIC’ new destinations. The WTM Industry Report 2016 highlights how these disparate destinations are rapidly rising in popularity. Read More...
What Will Trump's Victory Mean For Tourism To The US?
The world might be in shock or delight upon waking up to the news that Donald Trump has become US president. Read More...
Tourism Chief Calls UK To Join Schengen To Boost Indian Visitor Numbers 
The UK has shown single digit growth in Indian visitors, the Schengen area has seen growth of around 100%. Read More...

Positive Outlook For Out-of-favour Destinations
The tourism industries in Greece, Egypt and Turkey could be getting back on track, according to the WTM Report. Read More...

Flashpacking Inventory Surges Across SE Asia
The number of beds in South-east Asia’s flashpacker segment has soared 42% in the third quarter of 2016. Read More...

Tourists Still Value Printed Brochures
Though technology has drastically changed how we travel, tourists still value the printed brochures. Read More...
Bahrain Eyes 15Mn Visitors By 2018
Overseas visitors are of great importance to the kingdom as they account for a majority of the overnight guests. Read More...
What Do Businesses Look For When Choosing An OTA?
OTAs are cited as the most popular online distribution channel used by global tour and activity companies. Read More...
In APAC, Bengaluru Sees Highest Spike In Room Rates
Nightly room rates in Bengaluru, India has seen the biggest increase among APAC metropolises in the third quarter. Read More...
Booking.com Introduces New Travel Agent Platform
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Booking.com announced it was running a test pilot for a new platform specifically designed for the unique needs of travel agents. The new platform has been dubbed “Booking.com for Travel Agents.” Read More...
 
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