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Venues & Events

Hong Kong Tourism Board resumes market promotions to attract visitors

Seven Major MICE Events to be Hosted in Hong Kong
In response to recent positive progress in the Hong Kong SAR Government’s discussions with other destinations on forming travel bubbles, the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) is gradually resuming promotions in the local and source markets, reviving tourism through a combination of short-term and long-term strategies.    


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Etihad Airways and MCI Middle East joins forces to support the UAE's event industry

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, has announced an agreement with MCI Middle East, one of the largest professional conference organisers operating globally, to be the official travel and destination management partner of its key events in 2021 and 2022.

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D&D London announces new Bristol restaurant to be called Klosterhaus

Boston City Council, due toD&D London announced today that its new restaurant at Cabot Circus is to be named Klosterhaus and will open on Friday 2nd October. The restaurant has been developed within the landmark 18th century grade 1 listed Quakers Friars building, a short walk from Cabot Circus. The Restaurant, Bar and outdoor terraces will be open all day and will serve classic food paying homage to the dining scene of grand mittel-European cafes.

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Trade shows to resume in Istanbul

The fairs and exhibitions in Istanbul that attract people from all over the world resumed under strict hygiene rules and precautions due to pandemic. As one of the most beautiful cities in the world and leading business events & exhibition destinations; Istanbul is the meeting point for business world as well as tourists.

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