MANILA, 21 September 2020:  To boost domestic tourism in the Philippines, AirAsia has partnered with local hotels to launch SNAP - the new way to travel. SNAP is a new flight + hotel combo platform...
BORACAY, the Philippines, 18 August 2020: Boracay could be the first example of a leisure travel bubble in Asia as local authorities consider opening the island to foreign tourists in October. Negotiations with South...
MANILA, 14 August 2020: Tourist arrivals to the Philippines slumped by 73% during the seven months of 2020 giving the country 1.3 million visits according to a Philippines News Agency report. Tourism Undersecretary Benito Bengzon said...
MANILA, 7 August 2020: Bohol’s Panglao Island should reopen to tourists in the fourth quarter of this year according to the Philippines’ Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat. "As of now, the target is the last quarter of...
MANILA, 23 July 2020:  The majority of tourism players in the Philippines remains optimistic that their businesses will return to normal within six months to a year, the Philippines News Agency reported Tuesday. According...
MANILA, 13 July 2020: The Department of Tourism will issue health and safety protocols for tourism sectors, starting with meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE) to create a safe environment once Covid-19 is brought under control. "We...
MANILA, 8 July 2020: Palawan in the Philippines hopes to reopen tourism in the towns of El Nido, Coron, and San Vicente once safety and health protocols have been set in place in the province. There...
MANILA, 23 June 2020: Tourism will play a vital role in bringing economic recovery to the Philippines once the battle to beat Covid-19 succeeds according to the Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat. Looking at the tourism performance...
MANILA, 17 June 2020: AirAsia’s is resuming more commercial flights to restore its domestic network in the Philippines. The resumption of services begins with key domestic routes and will gradually increase to include international destinations over...
MANILA, 15 June 2020: Tourism will bounce back, but travellers need to be assured that safety will come first before tourism resumes a Department of Tourism (DOT) executive told the Philippines News Agency at the weekend.