Southeast Asia Travel News | Update 28th April

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Southeast Asia Travel News | Update 28th April

Tapping into the billion-dollar Muslim tourist market
Tourism businesses can leverage on the capabilities and services provided by the Islamic Tourism Centre, an award-winning government agency in Malaysia, to cater to the unique needs of Muslim-friendly travel and hospitality
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Indonesia ramps up Muslim-friendly travel offerings
Indonesia Halal Tourism Association (PPHI), in cooperation with CrescentRating, has launched strategic initiatives to accelerate the revival of Indonesia’s tourism industry by capitalising on Muslim travel.
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Foreigners impressed by Vietnam’s landscapes after watching Netflix film
Many foreigners were enchanted by the beauty of Vietnam’s natural landscapes and transformation in urban cities after watching the new Netflix film “A Tourist’s Guide to Love.”
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Top travel destinations expect less crowding on holiday weekend

While Da Nang, Phu Quoc and Nha Trang are expected to be less overcrowded during the long holiday break this weekend, a number of luxury resorts near Hanoi and HCMC are fully booked.
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Bank of Thailand predicts 28 million foreign tourists this year

The Bank of Thailand (BoT) predicts that the Land of Smiles will see 28 million tourists this year. The BoT’s governor, Sethaput Suthiwartnarueput, said the BoT expects a 3.6% expansion in the gross domestic product (GDP) for this year.
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