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Signature Agents Explore Asia   March 13, 2009 slide show

A mega-fam organized by Stella Travel Services global wholesaler Travel2 sent 50 Signature Travel Network agents to Cambodia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam or Hong Kong and Macau before convening in Taiwan.More>>

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The Four Seasons Hotel Macao Cotai Strip Opens   October 31, 2008

The Four Seasons Hotel Macao Cotai Strip on the island of Macau has 360 guest rooms, including 84 suites.More>>

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Historic Macau   October 1, 2008

With everyone so enthusiastic about the rise of world-class gaming on Macau, and so in awe of the multibillion-dollar projects sprouting up overnight, Macau's subtle historical appeal tends to be overshadowed. During my first trip to Macau last year, I frankly didn't know what to expect....More>>

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Macao   March 31, 2008

That little blip on travel agents’ radar is Macao, and it’s getting bigger and beeping more loudly with every passing day. Macao (also spelled “Macau”) lies 37 miles to the southwest of Hong Kong and is in the midst of a full-tilt construction boom to the tune of billions of dollars.More>>

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Pacific/Asia Briefs   January 21, 2008

From April 20 to May 1, Exotic Journeys www.exoticjourneys.com) will operate its "Palace on Wheels" fam trip, taking agents by deluxe air-conditioned tourist train to explore Delhi, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Ranthambhore, Udaipur and Agra.More>>

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Discover Asia Now Hosts Agent Game Show at ASTA Tradeshow   August 27, 2007

Discover Asia Now, a partnership between key Asian national tourism offices, will exhibit at the American Society of Travel Agents' The Tradeshow, to be held in Las Vegas September 9-11 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.More>>

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Starwood to Build St. Regis in Macau   March 1, 2007

Starwood Hotels & Resorts reached an agreement on Thursday with Las Vegas Sands Corp. to develop a St. Regis and Sheraton in Macau, a city that increasingly is being called the "new Las Vegas."More>>

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Wynn Resorts Expanding in Macau   November 20, 2006

Wynn Resorts Ltd. is adding a second self-contained resort hotel to the Wynn Macau.More>>

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Wynn Macau Open for Business   September 6, 2006

Steve Wynn has opened the $1.2 billion casino resort, Wynn Macau, in the Chinese territory that is slowly trying to transform itself into a major gaming destination with what now totals 22 casinos.More>>

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Asia Tourism Ministers Discuss Growth Strategies   June 13, 2006

Tourism ministers from throughout Asia gathered in Macau on June 13 to discuss the region's tourism growth and strategies to deal with it at a ministerial roundtable conducted by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).More>>