Thai hotel chain, Dusit Thani, has opened its first hotel in Singapore and said that there is strong local demand for "staycations" to support the property while borders are closed.
Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore issued a statement indicating that both Hong Kong and Singapore have decided to defer the start of the air travel bubble even further, and it will not be implemented until next year. This is due to Hong Kong’s inability...
Singapore's Marina Bay Sands has been visited twice in the past two weeks by known Covid-19 cases during their infectious period, according to the Ministry of Health.
Jurisdictions benefiting from local support will continue to outperform in the first half of next year, with destination markets such as Singapore, Macau and Las Vegas, likely to begin a faster pace of recovery in the second half once vaccines become...
Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s has reaffirmed Genting Malaysia’s BBB rating, but says the outlook is “negative” due to a slower-than-expected recovery in Singapore.
Singapore police have arrested 43 men for their involvement in illegal horse betting activities, local media reports.
Marina Bay Sands has introduced a state-of-the-art hybrid broadcast studio, complete with holograms and virtual reality, as it seeks to salvage its MICE business.
Marina Bay Sands has hired a top law firm in Singapore to look into potential employee transfers of more than $1 billion in clients’ funds to third parties, Bloomberg reports.
The Singapore Tourism Board has said it will start accepting applications for MICE events that can host up to 250 people from October, significantly expanding the current 50-person limit.
Resorts World Sentosa’s business model, which is skewed towards catering for the mass market, means it’s not likely to recover any time soon and not without a significant easing in travel restrictions, according to Union Gaming.
Singapore's Ministry of Manpower revealed at the end of last week that most of the employees that have been laid off from Resorts World Sentosa (RWS)
Genting Singapore is seeking to cut costs by about 20 percent to 30 percent after suffering its worst quarterly loss since it opened Resorts World Sentosa.
Singapore Tourism Board CEO Keith Tan said he expects the island nation’s two IRs to move ahead with their plans to expand their resorts, but that delays are “inevitable” given the Covid-19 situation.
The creation of a travel bubble between Malaysia and Singapore is seen as a significant catalyst for the island’s two IRs, although severe capacity restrictions will create headwinds, according to Bernstein analysts.
Genting Singapore is expected to post a loss for this year as the recovery is taking longer than expected, according to analysts at Maybank Kim Eng.
Marina Bay Sands has agreed to settle a lawsuit from a Chinese gambler demanding S$9.1 million ($6.5 million), the South China Morning Post reports, citing a person familiar with the matter.
Singapore integrated resort Marina Bay Sands is set to reopen its hotel to the public from July 17, as part of its phased ramp-up of operations.
Genting Singapore on Wednesday said it would be laying off staff as part of cost-cutting measures brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. In a comp
A former dealer at Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore has received a 20-month and 22 weeks jail sentence for stealing $100,000 worth of chips in June and July last year.
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