After officials decided that Komodo National Park must be sustainably managed by central and regional governments, we wanted to see for ourselves the current situation on the ground.
Just a few months ago we began ramping up our operations and preparing for the busiest and most successful cruise season we’ve ever had in Asia. Then, a respiratory virus which originated in Wuhan, China – now named COVID-19 – appeared and we find our industry in a critical situation unlike anything we’ve seen before.
Get close to nature and enjoy a unique interaction with elephants on Koh Samui at the Samui Elephant Sanctuary – an ethical and sustainable tourism project that strictly promotes a no riding policy.
In Hong Kong as well as other cities in Asia, Europe, and the United States, there are recorded imported cases, however the situation is currently under control with immigration officers implementing measures to conduct temperature screenings and health declarations upon all arrivals.
Doh Eain, which translates to “our home” in Burmese, is a multi-discipline restoration and placemaking social enterprise based in Yangon, Myanmar, specializing in preserving heritage, improving public spaces, and organising cultural and social activities that connect people to places.
Often referred to as the “Venice of the East”, Bangkok features several canals which spread out through the city from the majestic Chao Phraya River.
Hong Kong is one of the most talked-about dining destinations in the world: it’s where celebrity chefs from across the globe compete to showcase their talent, and where diners come in droves to be the first to tuck in.
China’s southern city of Guangzhou opened its new Nansha International Cruise homeport on 17 November 2019. Upon opening, the port offers one 225,000-gigatonne megaship-ready berth and one 100,000-gigatonne berth for mid-sized vessels.