Jakarta. Recruitment consultancy Michael Page Internasional Indonesia sees increasing local opportunities for Indonesians who have studied abroad.
Michael Page Internasional Indonesia president director Olly Riches said multinational companies are adjusting to the administrative complications of hiring foreign workers by opting for Indonesians with similar skill sets, such as bilingualism, sensitivity to local culture and exposure to an international workplace.
“If you’re in Indonesia now with a strong education and good communication skill, this is a fantastic time to be here for the great […]Read more
The beach vendor sets down a thick bamboo cane, laden at either end with heavy hanging baskets of mangoes and coconuts, which she has been balancing on her shoulder.
With deft precision, she peels and cuts the ripe mango, handing it to the tourist before lifting the cane back on to her shoulder and walking on down the beach, a tiny figure wearing a conical hat and carrying what looks like an outsized weighing scale.
This is just one of the regular […]Read more
SINGAPORE – InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) announces the opening of a new 197-room Crowne Plaza Vientiane in Laos, marking the group’s entry into the country.
Nestled in the heart of Vientiane along Samsenthai Road, a short 10-minute drive from Wattay International Airport, Crowne Plaza Vientiane is the first internationally branded upscale hotel in the capital city offering quality accommodation and a comprehensive range of facilities to meet the needs of business and leisure travellers to Laos.
The hotel is ideal for meetings […]Read more
BHMAsia, the Bangkok-based hotel group, is planning to following up its record year in 2016 with the opening of multiple new properties this year.
The company, which operates the X2, X2 Vibe and Away brands, secured deals for 15 new hotels last year, covering Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia and adding 1,200 new keys. Once all these hotels open they will double the company’s current inventory.
And looking ahead to the coming year, BHMAsia said it intends to open eight new hotels in […]Read more
HANOI, 2 February 2017: Vietnam National Administration of Tourism estimates the country welcomed 1,007,238 international visitors in January representing an increase of 23.6% over the same month last year.
Vietnam is now recognised as a fast emerging market in ASEAN for both inbound and outbound travel.
China was the top supply market with 247,621 visits improving 67.9%. Other top performers were South Korea, the United States, Japan and Russia.
Thailand’s outbound travel market ranked ninth, supplying 29,015 visits up 16.7% over the same […]Read more
Nationals of eligible countries will be able to apply for a 30-day single-entry e-visa starting February 1.
The Vietnamese government has announced a two-year pilot plan to launch an electronic visa system for foreign tourists visiting the country.
Under a government directive released in late January, citizens from 40 countries will be eligible to apply for the e-visas starting on February 1. Included on the list are China, Japan, South Korea, the U.S., the U.K., Germany and Sweden, all major […]Read more