Find our most recent stories tagged by their locations. Click here for more story locations.
Posted: 09 Aug 2009 | 9:31 am
Speaking to Pat James Co-CEO of Destination Air, he has told thephuketinsider.com that flights are going to resume at the end of this week on August 15th. The company is now taking reservations for tours, excursions and charter flights. The key markets for the services includes tourism, yachts and diving, arial photography and the property sector. For upscale visitors half and full day tours are being targeted.
As more luxury resorts open in Greater Phuket such as the upcoming Phulay Bay, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve in nearby Krabi and others in planning stages charter services are perks that upgrade the entire offering of the destination. Seeing the group re-start operations is a positive to the market as more demand generators here will help recovery. If Phuket wants to grow its luxury market then it needs to provide these types of perks.
A column featuring environmental issues and conservation around the island. Click here for more Green Reports check out the latest story from the leading experts:
While John Hardy and his Ubud Green School and Green Village have been at the groundswell of sustainable building materials, the area has sprouted other pioneering initiatives.
While we hope for the best that Phuket's new airport expansion will have some green focus, it's encouraging to view Singapore's Changi as setting a global standard.
CENTEL 32.00 - 1.75 %
DTC 56.50 - 1.00 %
ERW 4.00 - 0.02 %
GRAND 1.10 0.00 %
LRH 28.00 - 0.25 %
MANRIN 24.00 - 1.50 %
MINT 24.10 0.00 %
ROH 27.00 - 2.75 %
SHANG 47.75 - 0.75 %
Library of published hospitality, tourism and property market intelligence.
Get Off The Beaten Track - Soma Journeys
PHUKET GAZETTEMerry in the Maldives
PROPERTY REPORT SOUTH EAST ASIAThe Great Toast Crisis