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129. Street Market Returns to Chinatown in Singapore
Street Market Returns to Chinatown in Singapore
130. Cebu Pacific to Convert Two ATR Aircraft into Cargo Planes
Cebu Pacific has signed an agreement with Switzerland-based IPR Conversions to convert two of its ATR 72-500 passenger aircraft into freighter planes. The move will make Cebu Pacific the only passenger airline in Philippines with dedicated cargo planes.
131. Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa Celebrates Soft Opening with Special Introductory Rates
Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa Celebrates Soft Opening with Special Introductory Rates. The Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa, a stylish new resort on Singapores Sentosa Island is celebrating its soft opening with introductory rates starting from just Sin$285++ per night, valid until the end of August.
132. Hilton Expands UAE Portfolio with Opening of Ras Al Khaimah Resort
Hilton has expanded its portfolio of hotels in the UAE with the official opening of the 265-room Hilton Al Hamra Beach & Golf Resort, formerly known as Al Hamra Fort & Beach Resort, following an extensive two-year refurbishment. With direct access to an 18-hole championship golf course and with views of the Persian Gulf and nearby Hajar Mountains, Hilton Al Hamra Beach & Golf Resor
133. Cell C Sharks Beat Racing 92 in Natixis Cup 2018 in Hong Kong
South Africas Cell C Sharks warmed up for their Super Rugby opener against the Lions in two weeks with a strong showing in a 31-14 win over Racing 92 in Saturdays Natixis Cup in Hong Kong. After a bit of a slow start to the game, winger Makazola Mapimpi opened the scoring for the Sharks, dotting down in the corner to bring the 5,800-strong crowd to life.
134. Hong Kong Beat Sri Lanka in Asian Five Nations
Hong Kong ran in half-a-dozen tries but missed scoring at least six more as they defeated Sri Lanka 41-10 to stay unbeaten in the ARFU Asian Five Nations and maintain course to grabbing the repechage spot in the 2015 IRB Rugby World Cup qualifiers. Earlier on Saturday afternoon in Laguna, Philippines, Japan opened their Rugby World Cup qualifier campaign with an emphatic 99-10 win
135. Airlines Must Deliver More Data-Led, Targeted Merchandising
According to new research released this week by Amadeus, personalisation is essential to drive future merchandising revenues for airlines, with tailored bundles of both airline and partner services potentially increasing a travellers basket size by between 30 and 35. Thinking like a retailer: Airline merchandising, a research report commissioned by Amadeus and written by consult
136. Starwood to Open 25 Hotels in Europe Over Next Four Years
Starwood has said it will open 25 new hotels in Europe over the next four years. The company is already off to a strong start this year, opening two new flagship hotels in Europe with a W hotel in Paris and a Le Mridien hotel in Istanbul. Globally, Starwood plans to open 80 new hotels in 2012, building on a year of record growth with 112 new hotel deals in 2011, the highest number

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