Snag your clients a bargain with Wendy Wu’s Holiday Sale
Give your clients the gift of travel this festive season, with whopping savings on loads of great all-inclusive trips around Asia.
ScoMo reveals fresh candidates for expanded travel ‘bubble’, including some Chinese provinces
by Ali Coulton
With two-way trans-Tasman travel off the cards for the foreseeable future, Australia’s PM has revealed a few north Asian candidates for an expanded ‘bubble’.
Japanese-themed street pops up in China for travel-starved residents
We can imagine Australian-based developers will be pretty excited by this prospect and are probably already drawing up plans for a Bali-inspired street in Perth.
DFAT travel advice warns Aussies may be at risk of “arbitrary detention” in China
While COVID-19 is stopping Aussies from going anywhere overseas, they now have even more reason to avoid China.
Indonesia eyes travel bubble with Australia, Japan, South Korea, and China
by Christian Fleetwood
Yes, it’s more trave ‘bubble’ news from Travel Weekly today. This time, it’s Indonesia’s turn.
Former Aussie actor served death sentence in China for smuggling ice in flight luggage
An Australian citizen has been sentenced to death after drugs were found in his checked luggage at a Chinese airport.
Birmo hits back at China’s “unhelpful” travel warning against Australia
Australia’s Tourism Minister has rolled up his sleeves and slammed a travel warning against the country by China, arguing that it “does not stand up to scrutiny”.
“This is a very special moment”: Shanghai Disneyland reopens
This one’s for all the Disney fans out there, including Travel Weekly’s editor, who insists on wearing his Mickey Mouse hat during every staff Zoom meeting.
New study puts Wuhan at top of Chinese travellers’ wish lists
Despite being the initial epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic, new research has found Wuhan to be the most desirable domestic destination among Chinese travellers.
Coronavirus: Aussies urged not to travel to China as travel bans take hold
The government has updated its travel advice as the death toll for the deadly virus jumps to 305, with 12 confirmed cases in Australia.
Aussie travel company shares take a hit amid Coronavirus fears
by Christian Fleetwood
As growing fears of the scale of coronavirus continue to reverberate across the world, Australian travel companies are among those taking hits to their share prices.
Coronavirus poses bigger threat to Aussie airports than SARS: analyst
Meanwhile, China has placed more than 18 million people in lockdown overnight as the number of those infected climbs to 650, with 18 confirmed deaths.
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