A new dining loyalty program has been launched by Mariott International in Asia-Pacific. Each participating hotel will offer unique gastronomical experiences. There will be discounts for members of the chain. The members will also receive other benefits and discounts, such as spa vouchers. The launches are taking place primarily in Asia-Pacific, in cities such as Hong Kong, Macau, Beijing, Hangzhou, Shanghai and other cities. Later this year, countries such as India, Singapore, Vietnam, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Guam, The Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand will be commencing the new Club Mariott service.
The United Nations recently released a new handbook on safe traveling. Billions of people crossed international borders and the number of people is only going to increase. The tips recommended are things such as; learning to speak a little bit of the language of the country you’re going to, be aware of laws or anything considered “taboo,” in a country or to it’s inhabitants. This article was written as a warning to tourists because in recent years, international countries have become upset with tourists flooding their cities, and countries. Although it has been considered good for some countries economics, to some it has seemed more of an annoyance, and some residents have protested the inflow of tourism. Bottom line, you must respect a countries’ culture and people in order to feel welcome in a country or be wanted there.
“According to Hindustan Times, last year alone saw 1.24 billion travelers crossing international borders; the figure is expected to increase to 1.8 billion by 2030.”
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The Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel and Towers is a premier destination spot for any adventurer or traveller alike. The 1-Hour Gem Program is one of the many unique features it offers to guests and even locals. It is filled with rich history and tranquil hideaways to escape from the stress of everyday life. You will never go hungry while staying there because there is plenty of fun and delectable locations to eat and enjoy regional dishes.
“If you’re one for giddying colors and heady scents, Yaowarat Road in Chinatown is an array of street food stalls hawking all manner of fried foods and mango-based desserts, as well as local markets lined with teas and crockery.”
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Thailand’s popular among hotel chains shows no sign of wavering and there are many reasons why. One major concern, however, from this growth is a fierce competition between already existing chains of hotels. Marriot is ready to take on these challenges by offering guests a variety of special features in their new building projects in Thailand. It is likely that Thailand will continue to see growth in this area, specifically tourism and other major hotel chains will soon follow right beside Marriott in competing for local tourists.
“Urban Hospitality Group managing director Wutthiphon Taworntawat said more local and international hotel investors are scheduled to open new hotels in Bangkok, especially in the Sukhumvit area.”
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There is a 459 metre observation tower planned for Bangkok, Thailand that will be the tallest observation tower in South East Asia and the 6th globally. This tower is being jointly built by two different foundations. The Thai cabinet recently gave its approval to this project. The cost of it all is going to be around 138 million dollars. There are more than 50 private sector organizations that are contributing financially to this project. The observation tower is set on a plot of land owned by the Thailand Treasury Department that is over 6000 square meters.