Byron – Swap business suits for wetsuits

The vast array of activities on offer in Byron ensures that conferencing is not only unforgettable, but delegates return motivated and energised.   It’s not all work with conferences in Byron. Long considered Australia’s favourite leisure destination, Byron’s natural beauty, prolific wellness culture and host of exciting activities gives companies the greatest potential to invigorate their […]

Christchurch Airport partnership with Alibaba

Christchurch Airport has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Alibaba, the world’s largest retail commerce company, to connect small and regional New Zealand businesses with Chinese visitors before, during and after their visit, opening up the power of micro exporting for New Zealand.   The agreement is designed to improve the experience and ease for Chinese […]

Times Square – New pedestrian plazas

The new plazas and extended sidewalks add 110,000-square-feet of new pedestrian space to Times Square, transforming the area from one of New York’s most notoriously congested spaces into a radically open civic square. To take advantage of these new public spaces, and add to the excitement and vibrancy of Times Square, the Times Square Alliance […]

Dive Fish Snow Holidays – now travel&co

Dive Fish Snow Holidays has changed its name to travel&co. The active travel sector is expanding with more travellers looking for unique experiences, and the right advice to make these a reality.  Inspired by new management and their vision, travel&co is a powerful new active travel brand that’s all about the customer and what they love doing. A year […]

Bachelor NZ flies AirAsia

The Bachelor’s Zac Franich Laps Up AirAsia X Premium Flatbed The Bachelor New Zealand’s Zac Franich has travelled in style to Thailand in his quest for love in season three of the hit Three television production. The latest instalment of The Bachelor New Zealand series saw Zac and the remaining bachelorettes fly to exotic Thailand with Asia’s award-winning […]

NYC – New Pedestrian Plazas

Times Square NYC Celebrates Official Spring Opening of New Pedestrian Plazas Plans Announced For New NYC-Based Programming Featuring Design, Public Art, Food, & Entertainment The Times Square Alliance, Councilmembers Daniel Garodnick and Corey Johnson, the NYC Department of Transportation, the Department of Design and Construction, and Snøhetta today celebrated the grand opening of the Times […]

Tahiti celebrates 50 years of Overwater luxury

Tahiti Tourisme is celebrating 50 years of overwater bungalows, the striking over-the-water accommodation that helped put the Islands of Tahiti on the map. In 1967, Tahiti became the first destination in the world to take accommodation into uncharted waters, building suites over its islands’ beautiful blue lagoons in a move that cemented the Society Islands […]

New signs for Sydney

New signs make everyone feel like a local A new network of wayfinding signs, including pylons with pedestrian-friendly maps and street signs being installed throughout the city and villages, will make it easier to explore Sydney on foot. The pedestrian-friendly maps will show key tourist destinations, libraries, schools and community centres, while flags and finger […]

The value of kiosks to airports & travellers

Airports have been making the most of interactive kiosks for a number of years now; from streamlining the check-in process to upselling with digital signage, but as the technology evolves more and more value is being identified and that has made travelling much more easier and convenient for everyone involved in the process. Given we […]

Manoj Tulsani: In the Process of Making Travel Possible for All

Rayna Tours’ CEO, Manoj Tulsani talks about his business journey and reveals the secret of his immense business success in an exclusive interview to Let’s Travel Mag. Integrity, loyalty towards customers, and transparency in business dealings are among the keynotes that persistently come in during a conversation with Manoj Tulsani, who is at the helm […]