MANDARIN ORIENT TO OPEN NEW COMPLEX
The Mandarin Oriental in Macau is opening an ocean-front resort complex in December, adjacent to the 435-room property. It will include a health club, spa, swimming pool and landscaped gardens, a children’s club, adventure training area, and al fresco restaurants.
CHINA AIRLINES INTRODUCES NEW AIR PASS
Taiwan carrier ChinaAirlines is offering anair pass to UK travellers planning a multi-centre trip to Asia. It costs from £240 plus taxes for three flight sectors within the region. Valid for three months, the AsiaPass can only be bought in the UK and Europe with international flights on any carrier.
DEMAND SOARS FOR GRAND PRIX TICKETS
Tickets are selling out fast for Malaysia’s first ever Grand Prix according to the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board. Clients planning a trip to the event which takes place at the new Sepang F1 motor racing circuit near Kuala Lumpur on October 17 should be urged to book as soon as possible.
SINGAPORE AIRLINES LAUNCHES WEB SITE
Singapore Airlines has launched an interactive Web site to allow clients to book direct. Passengers flying from London or Manchester will be able to book seats and pay for economy tickets through SQ-eTravel. The service will be extended to all classes by September. The site is at
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