Category: Tourism Spot

Amid COVID, many businesses in precarious spot as 2020 ends

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This photo provided by Adam M. Rammel shows The Syndicate on Aug. 20, 2020 in Bellefontaine, Ohio. Ohio’s restrictions forced Adam Rammel to at least temporarily abandon plans for a catering and event space designed for parties and that opened last month, in time for the holidays. Rather than have the space sit unused, Rammel turned it into The Syndicate, a restaurant located next door to his 5-year-old brewpub, Brewfontaine.

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The final three months of the year, usually a boom time for many small businesses thanks to holiday shopping and celebrations, looks precarious as the

Bellflower Resident Chosen as Ms. California Tourism – Cerritos Community News

 

 

SANDRA ESPINOZA PERRY of Bellflower has been chosen as Ms. Classic California Tourism 2021, which will allow her to compete at the national pageant finals July 2021. From now until next summer, Espinoza will be partnering with local tourist attractions and museums to further represent California.

BY TAMMYE MCDUFF • September 19, 2020

There is no other pageant like the Worlds Miss Tourism Pageant. Girls from ages four to 100, married or single, over 50 and plus size can enter. Everyone fits in at Tourism and Sandra Espinoza Perry, of Bellflower has been chosen as Ms. Classic California Tourism 2021,

Haunted house attractions in the pandemic: What you’ll see in 2020

(CNN) — It feels like 2020 has provided more than enough scares. But for people still seeking an extra jolt of fear and adrenalin, it’s the time of year for those shocking haunted house attractions.

While the Covid-19 pandemic has curtailed a lot of long-distance travel, especially by plane, these Halloween-themed attractions around the world usually draw a more local crowd. So they shouldn’t be hurt by people making more short-haul trips this year.

They do face other hurdles, though.

In the carefree nights of 2019, the big questions on these attractions were: Which ones are the best? How

Plans underway to turn Kuching Old Bazaar into major tourism spot, says Sarawak minister | Malaysia

Sarawak Tourism, Arts and, Culture Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah speaks to reporters July 25, 2019. ― Picture by Sulok Tawie
Sarawak Tourism, Arts and, Culture Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah speaks to reporters July 25, 2019. ― Picture by Sulok Tawie

KUCHING, Oct 1 — The Sarawak Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry wants to turn the Kuching Old Bazaar area into a major tourism spot to attract domestic and foreign tourists, its minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah said today.

“This is where the old Kuching was born and where the commercial centre was first started,” he told reporters after a soft launch of Kuching Old Bazaar: Cultural Mapping and Tourism Promotion programme.

He said his ministry plans to

DOT preparing to jumpstart domestic tourism

MANILA – The Department of Tourism is preparing to jumpstart domestic tourism under strict protocols when the country transitions to a modified general community quarantine.

This, as the tourism industry has taken heavy losses because of the coronavirus pandemic, which has prompted travel restrictions across the globe. 

“We are all looking first at domestic tourism. Since there’s no foreign travel outside coming in so its first domestic tourism. You start first with your municipality, within your city, within your province. When it is safe, we can travel all around the country. When you can go inter-island. We’re looking at ASEAN