Posts Tagged ‘australia’

Givergy’s cutting-edge online bidding technology has helped to raise much needed funds for Pancare Foundation, culminating in a lunch hosted by Australian Bachelorette winner Lee Elliott, and featuring 12 Bachelorette contestants. This once in a lifetime experience was strictly limited to the 12 highest bidders of the...

AccorHotels is pleased to announce that it has successfully reached agreement with a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (“ADIA”) to restructure a portfolio of 31 hotels (4,097 rooms) in Australia. The agreement involves a portfolio which was purchased by the ADIA subsidiary in 2013 and...

Singapore, 22 December, 2016 – Wego.com, the leading travel search site in the Asia Pacific and Middle East, shows how you can celebrate New Year twice in one night. “When one New Year’s Eve just isn’t enough, crossing into different time zones on December 31st means you can welcome 2017 twice,” said Dean Wicks, Chief...

Stephen Lord, Chief Strategy Officer, has today been announced as an equity partner in creative services company KOJO. The appointment comes as the company continues to grow strongly throughout Australia. It delivers on a key strategic objective to build a succession plan to refresh KOJO’s shareholding. Dale Roberts,...

KUALA LUMPUR, 10 NOVEMBER 2016 – British Airways is reaffirming its commitment to Malaysia with the launch of On Business loyalty programme aimed at benefiting and enabling businesses to maximise their travel budget. New members from Malaysia can enjoy a welcome bonus of triple On Business Points on the first six...

The Tesselaar Tulip Festival will set to dazzle and delight once again in Spring as sprawling fields of over 1 million spring flowering bulbs including 800,000 tulips bloom in the heart of the Dandenong Ranges. The Tesselaar Tulip Festival is in its 63rd year, making it one of Australia’s longest running festivals....

If QT Sydney Hotel is a man, it would probably be Chuck Bass from Gossip Girl – fun, seductive and absolutely classy. From the moment I walked in and greeted by the charming staff, I knew I have walked into something special. There is a wow factor and amazing ambiance to this hotel that sets it apart from anything I...

Melbourne, Australia tops the annual Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Global Liveability Index for the fifth consecutive year as the world’s most liveable city. Even as the liveability scores of other cities worldwide fluctuate, Melbourne presents a picture of stability and maintains an impressive score of 97.5%.

Public Transport Victoria (PTV) has introduced a Free Tram Zone that covers most of the Melbourne CBD and some of the surrounding areas, including Queen Victoria Market and Docklands. Tourists and visitors are able to travel around the city and to key attractions on Melbourne's iconic trams for free.

Qantas together with Samsung Electronics Australia has launched a new trial entertainment service that uses Samsung virtual reality (VR) technology to give customers a spectacular three-dimensional experience in a 360-degree style interactive format. Qantas’ VR headsets will transport customers to an immersive virtual...

A hotel boom, a retail renaissance, a blockbuster program of arts and theatre, great Aussie road-trips and World Cup Cricket at the “G” – Melbourne continues its quiet evolution as one of the world’s must-do destinations in 2014.

Agoda.com’s list of this year’s ten notable eco-friendly hotels that are doing their part to create a comfortable, beautiful balance with nature.

Kangaroo Island is the place where visitors can find solitude and be close to nature while breathing in the clean, crisp and fresh air.

Adelaide, the capital of the South Australia, was founded in 1830s along the banks of Torrens River. It was first settled by free settlers; now, the population of Adelaide is 1.28 million, making it the fifth largest city in Australia. Adelaide is a wonderful coastal city, being just 15 minutes’ drive away from the...