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Likuliku Lagoon Resort joins National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World

Fiji's Likuliku Lagoon Resort have been accepted as a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World (NGULW) - the first and only one in Fiji and one of only two in the Pacific.  When Likuliku Lagoon Resort opened in 2007, it blazed a trail for Fiji with the country’s first and

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Singapore Airlines launch World’s Longest Commercial Flights

Singapore Airlines (SIA) will launch the world’s longest commercial flights in October, with non-stop services between Singapore and New York using the new Airbus A350-900ULR (ultra-long-range). Flights are to be launched on 11 October 2018, to Newark Liberty International Airport. The route will initially be served three times a week, departing

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Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts makes a pledge against single-use plastic

In commemoration of Earth Day, Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts is pleased to announce a pledge against single-use plastic. This is in support of Earth Day 2018 theme End Plastic Pollution and directly addresses the detrimental effect that plastic is having on the environment and marine life. With this declaration, the

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Dick Smith Offers Free Flights for Swell Lodge Volunteers

Prominent Australian entrepreneur Dick Smith has thrown his support behind a groundbreaking new tourism project unfolding on Christmas Island, offering free flights for volunteer workers. In a development by intrepid travellers and wildlife photographers Chris and Jess Bray, Swell Lodge will be a gathering of eight glass-fronted, solar-powered, luxury eco-chalets set

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Peppers 5 Day Sale across Australia, NZ & Bali

Peppers Retreats, Resorts and Hotels has launched its Five Day sale giving customers massive savings at its properties in Australia, New Zealand and Bali. With discounts at luxury properties, deals start from a low $129* per night at Peppers Gallery Hotel in Canberra and $169* per night at FV by Peppers

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