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Top five types of tourism discussed in 2021

eturbonews- October 18, 2021 0

New research has revealed ‘Virtual Tourism’ as the most popular type of tourism, followed by ‘Space Tourism’ in 2021. - eTurboNews | Trends | Travel ... Read More

One in five Brits would work in porn if pay was right and job was safe

eturbonews- September 21, 2021 0

The popular embrace of the career path once regarded as a strict taboo has only grown by leaps and bounds, leaking into adult academia and generating calls for the ... Read More

Universal Beijing Resort opens to the public today

eturbonews- September 20, 2021 0

As a major foreign-investment project in the service industry in Beijing, the resort is expected to boost the establishment of Beijing as an international consumption ... Read More

Georgian chess star suing Netflix for calling her Russian

eturbonews- September 17, 2021 0

Netflix brazenly and deliberately lied about Gaprindashvili’s achievements for the cheap and cynical purpose of ‘heightening the drama’ by making it appear that its fictional ... Read More

Austria: No Afghan refugees wanted!

eturbonews- September 14, 2021 0

The problem is that “integration of Afghans is very difficult” and requires extensive efforts that Austria simply can’t afford at the moment, Kurz said. They mostly have ... Read More

No COVID-19 passports, no Christmas lockdowns for Great Britain

eturbonews- September 13, 2021 0

British Health Minister Sajid Javid told BBC host Nick Robinson that after a review on the matter, the government was not anticipating any more lockdowns ... Read More

Sorrento Coast Tourism Ramps Up After Lonely Pandemic Break

Mario Masciullo eTN Italy- September 11, 2021 0

The Sorrento Coast, one of the few Italian tourist destinations, in addition to the Amalfi Coast, which entranced writers and poets of the Grand Tour ... Read More

Denmark ends all COVID-19 restrictions after 548-day lockdown

eturbonews- September 10, 2021 0

Starting from midnight on September 10, the deadly virus is no longer classified as a “socially critical disease” by the Danish government. - eTurboNews | ... Read More

The Crossing Launches Vibrant Destination at Temporary Transbay Terminal

eturbonews- September 9, 2021 0

The curation of outdoor food and beverage, entertainment, and recreation offerings will enliven downtown San Francisco and deliver needed improvements in the East Cut neighborhood ... Read More

Get a job: Denmark tells migrants to work for welfare benefits

eturbonews- September 8, 2021 0

The Danish government says six out of 10 migrant women from Turkey, North Africa and the Middle East are not employed. - eTurboNews | Trends ... Read More

US Constitution and Declaration of Independence now have ‘harmful language’

Dmytro Makarov- September 7, 2021 0

Raging political correctness lunacy does not spare US Constitution, Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights. - eTurboNews | Trends | Travel News Read More

Thailand mosques welcome worshippers once again

eturbonews- September 6, 2021 0

The Sheikul Islam Office (SIO) in Thailand has approved the resumption of prayers at mosques in communities where at least 70% of the population aged ... Read More

730 bras and panties: Serial underwear thief arrested in Japan

eturbonews- September 6, 2021 0

The seemingly uncanny case of underwear theft is actually not so uncommon in Japan. - eTurboNews | Trends | Travel News Read More

Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival a Fabulous Success

Chief Assignment Editor- December 15, 2020 0

The 2020 Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival officially concluded yesterday. It was the first time the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) had adopted an ... Read More

Hong Kong Tourism Board Opens New 360° Hong Kong Moments

Chief Assignment Editor- November 5, 2020 0

Right next to the city in Hong Kong, nature is closer than one might think. Shining a light on this perhaps unknown wonder, the Hong ... Read More

What embracing the Australian culture means

Chief Assignment Editor- April 4, 2018 0

When you think of Australia, what comes to mind? Are you picturing a warm day spent on a beach? Perhaps you are taking a road ... Read More

Restrictions on movement at Thailand’s biggest Buddhist temple lifted

Global Editor- April 11, 2017 0

Thailand’s junta lifted restrictions on movement at the country’s biggest Buddhist temple on Tuesday, a month after police ended a siege of the complex whose ... Read More

Death goes digital: Slovenian firm puts a modern twist on ancient tombstone

Global Editor- April 8, 2017 0

A Slovenian company has created a virtual way to grieve, with digital interactive tombstones that play video and other digital content to mourners. A prototype ... Read More

Organization of Islamic Cooperation denounces Stockholm terror attack

Global Editor- April 8, 2017 0

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has censured a recent terrorist attack in Swedish capital of Stockholm in which several people lost their lives and ... Read More

Seychelles showcased at fishing fair in Italy

Chief Assignment Editor- April 7, 2017 0

The Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) recently took part in one of the most important fair in the Italian fishing field, in Riva del Garda - ... Read More

“Animated World” officially launches at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Global Editor- April 7, 2017 0

The world's exclusive "Animated World" officially launches on 6th April, 2017, bringing famous animated characters and interactive gaming experience to visitors for all ages. Visitors ... Read More

Britney Spears concert disrupts Israeli election

Global Editor- April 6, 2017 0

A Britney Spears concert has reportedly forced Israel to reschedule an election because it falls on the same day as the pop star's Tel Aviv ... Read More

Old Port of Montreal: Ride the highest observation wheel in Canada

Global Editor- April 6, 2017 0

Starting this June, Montrealers and visitors to the city can soar to a unique vantage point between the city and the river on Montreal's Observation ... Read More

Heathrow identifies the languages children should learn for future success

Global Editor- April 6, 2017 0

With Heathrow expecting a record 868,000 passengers over Easter weekend and 200,000 extra families set to travel, the UK’s hub airport today announced its Little ... Read More

Commemorating the SMS Cormoran II: The Lecture Series

Chief Assignment Editor- April 5, 2017 0

The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the scuttling of the SMS Cormoran II on April 7, 1917. A series of ... Read More

Tenerife hosts a record number of TV, film and photo shoots in 2016

Global Editor- April 4, 2017 0

Tenerife hosted a record-breaking number of 116 national and international TV, film and photo shoots in 2016, 28 more than the previous year, according to ... Read More

International Jazz Day Brussels: Be Jazz Be Brussels!

Global Editor- April 3, 2017 0

On November 2011 UNESCO designated April 30 as the International Jazz Day, a tribute to jazz music and its fundamental role in uniting people across ... Read More

Kanamara Matsuri Festival: Japan celebrates giant penises

Global Editor- April 3, 2017 0

Spring in Japan means the blooming of cherry blossoms, and also... the annual penis festival. The latter takes place on the first Sunday of every ... Read More

Royals come out for Hawaiian holiday

Dr. Anton Anderssen - special to eTN- April 1, 2017 0

Prince Kūhiō Day is a state holiday in Hawaii, observed March 26 each year. He was the founder of the Hawaiian Civic Club movement and ... Read More

Rolls-Royce partners with British music legends for bespoke Wraith models

Global Editor- March 29, 2017 0

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is delighted to announce a series of nine remarkable Wraith 'Inspired by British Music' cars, created in collaboration with, and celebrating the ... Read More