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Interactive, immersive experiences key for theme parks to survive in world of video games

ORLANDO, Fla. - Your local fun zone, amusement centre and theme park is facing an existential challenge these days....

posted: November 21,2014





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Art Institute of Chicago unveils new galleries showcasing Islamic art

CHICAGO - Art from across the Islamic world is on display in newly transformed galleries at the Art Institute of Chicago....


Last year's passport fee hike poured millions more into federal coffers

OTTAWA - A hike in passport fees has turned out to be a cash cow for the federal government, but Canadians won't be getting any cash back as a result....


Longer visas for Chinese visitors seen as boon to US that could bring $85B by 2021

NEW YORK, N.Y. - A rule change allowing Chinese visitors to return to the U.S. multiple times over a 10-year period is being hailed as a boon to American tourism, with the federal government predicting the economic impact could be $85...


Thai embassy posts manners guide to fix 'inappropriate' behaviour of Thai visitors to Japan

BANGKOK - Thailand's Embassy in Japan has some tips for Thai visitors: Don't put your chopsticks in the serving bowl. If driving, stop for pedestrians at crosswalks. And just because you have kids doesn't mean you can cut the queue....


AirAsia to launch Southeast Asian air pass as low cost air travel competition heats up

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Budget carrier AirAsia said Thursday it will launch a regional air pass next year to increase revenue and boost tourism in Southeast Asia, taking competition in low-cost air travel to a more intense level....


AAA expects 46M to travel for Thanksgiving; they'll pay less for gas, more for airfare, hotels

NEW YORK, N.Y. - The good news for Thanksgiving travellers: the price of gas is at five-year lows. The bad news: a lot more people will be on the road....






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