Daily Pulse: Stories You Need to Read for Oct. 28, 2015
Here are the travel stories making headlines for Wednesday, Oct. 28.
Myanmar is experiencing a tourism renaissance. The former pariah state projects that it will have more than 4.5 million visitors by the end of 2015… Read more from TTGAsia.
If you find yourself in Mumbai in the early morning, you’ll need to have a good place to eat breakfast. The Times of India gives you six of the city’s best options.
Six Senses wants to lure more tourists to its resort on the Vietnamese island of Con Dao. For a limited times, guests who book into this new property get free flights to Con Dao from Ho Chi Minh City… Read more from the Recorder.
The Maldives is getting some more air links. The Indian Ocean island nation now has new AirAsia service (from Kuala Lumpur) and Silk Air (from Singapore)... Read more from the Malay Mail Online and Maldives.net.
Greece might be struggling economically, but its tourism industry is still doing quite well. Foreign visitors spent almost $11.5 billion there thus far in 2015… Read more from the Greek Reporter.
Indonesian airlines have had to cancel thousands of flights because of poor visibility caused by smoke from ongoing forest fires… Read more from Air Transport World.
Those infamous “love locks” have been removed from Pont de Arts in Paris, but the idea has taken hold in other cities… Read more from the New York Times.
Jordan is looking to new places to find tourists. The Levantine country is taking its promotional efforts to Eastern Europe with stops in Warsaw, Budapest and Prague… Read more from Xpat Loop.
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