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Business Traveller Asia-Pacific EditionBusiness Traveller Asia-Pacific Edition

Business Traveller Asia-Pacific Edition December 2018

The leading magazine for the corporate traveller. We aim to save you money and make your travelling life easier. Each edition has the latest news from airlines, airports, hotels and car hire companies, reviews of the latest gadgets, technology and accessories and destinations pieces - where to stay, what to eat, what to see, and how to behave, all delivered by our own writers and journalists around the world. In addition, loyalty programs are examined, deals and promotions collected and feature stories cover a wide range of issues such as health, security, technology, golf, automotive and finance. With editorial staff based in our offices around the globe we are uniquely placed to ensure that our different editions reflect the needs of our readers locally.

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Hong Kong SAR China
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English
Editora:
Panacea Publishing International Limited
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welcome

Welcome to our final issue of the year. It’s natural to look both back and forwards, and appropriately enough, we have our review of the new ultra long-haul service between Singapore and New York. It is a matter of looking forward, because the route is being served by a new-generation A350-900 with the added designation of ULR – Ultra Long-Haul. But it is also worth looking back, because as regular readers will know, it is Singapore Airlines reinstating a route it abandoned in 2013 because the aircraft it was using – the A340-500 with its four engines – proved too thirsty on fuel and therefore uneconomic. Interestingly, the new attempt also focuses on premium traffic, not just because a direct route such as this commands a higher price for the…

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contributors

ROB GOSS Rob Goss is a British writer living in Tokyo. His most recent books include Japan Traveler’s Companion and Japanese Inns and Hot Springs. He has also written for National Geographic Traveller, Time, The Economist 1843 and other publications around the world. When he’s not in Tokyo, you might find him traipsing around the rural Tohoku region, island hopping in the Seto Inland Sea or exploring the old alleyways of Kyoto – but in this issue, he shares his expert tips for the best sights to see and experience in Tokyo for travellers on a time budget; page 40. ROSE DYKINS A former staff writer at Business Traveller, Rose is now a freelance travel journalist and editor, and has written for The Telegraph, The Sunday Times Travel magazine and lonelyplanet.com. A committed…

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gateway hotel raises the bar in hospitality

Few hotel locations are as coveted as the Kowloon harbourfront in Hong Kong, and the Gateway Hotel from Wharf Hotels takes full advantage of its stellar position. Located at the junction of Canton Road and Haiphong Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, Gateway Hotel is a short walk from the city's famous Star Ferry and enjoys excellent connectivity via the nearby MTR subway station and bus terminal. Meanwhile its position within Harbour City – Hong Kong’s largest shopping complex – makes the hotel the ultimate place for modern, comfortable accommodation and a truly memorable shopping experience. It's not just what's around the property that is impressive – the Gateway Hotel's own design and offerings are first class and soon it will introduce a comprehensive, award-winning redesign to its uppermost Continental Club floor. “There is…

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make a difference

Every child deserves the right to love, security and an education. But too often, this is not the case. With the new ‘Make a Difference’ initiative from Radisson Hotel Group you can help to provide a better future for children in need. For each night booked at a participating hotel in Asia-Pacific, Radisson Hotel Group will donate US$1 directly to SOS Children’s Villages International to help fund educational initiatives for disadvantaged children across the region. Founded in 1949, SOS Children’s Villages has been working tirelessly for almost 70 years to support children across the globe. It has grown to become the largest non-governmental organisation focused on supporting at-risk children, with efforts in 135 countries. “We are happy to support SOS Children’s Villages as part of our company’s Responsible Business efforts,” said Saurabh Prakash,…

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new qantas changi first lounge

LOUNGE options at Singapore’s Changi Airport are about to get a whole lot grander, with Qantas now planning to open a dedicated First Lounge while also expanding the size of its existing Business Lounge by about 60 per cent, giving the airline a combined capacity to seat more than 800 customers across its facilities. Details are so far slim, though Qantas has stated construction on the new lounge will begin in April next year and, when completed, it will be able to seat about 240 people. The airline has also confirmed that the lounge will have a strong focus on F&B, with a cocktail bar and an open kitchen with a Singapore-inspired à la carte menu. qantas.com.au…

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virgin atlantic new upper class seat to take off

A NEW “revolutionary” Upper Class seat product is coming to Virgin Atlantic’s 12 Airbus A350-1000s, which the airline will begin taking delivery of from the middle of next year. Speaking to Business Traveller, Virgin Atlantic’s senior vice president of sales and customer loyalty, Oliver Byers, said that the A350-1000 was “a great opportunity for [Virgin] to introduce a new upper class seat product”, adding that further details will be announced early in 2019. “We’ve seen it, I’ve sat in it, it’s a fantastic seat,” he added. “What you’ll see is that it’s a next-generation product but it’s incredibly Virgin Atlantic – it’s exactly what you would think Virgin Atlantic is in terms of the look and feel, the design, the feel of the cabin and the warmth of the environment.” virginatlantic.com…

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