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Maldives Achieves The Safe Travels Stamp Granted By World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC)

The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has recognized the efforts of the Maldives in implementing enhanced health and safety measures, in line with the WTTC global Safe Travels protocols and creating a safe, gradual plan by rebuilding confidence among travellers and ensuring a coordinated approach in restarting our Tourism industry.

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From Exclusive Island Buyouts To Boat-Only Accessible Resorts: Indulge In A Bucket-List Holiday To The Maldives

Home to some of the world’s most beautiful retreats, the Maldives is famous for being a pioneer of once-in-a-lifetime experiences and breathtaking lavish getaways.

Along with the Maldives’ ‘one-island-one-resort’ concept and abundant choice of private villa facilities, all of which have reopened in-line with the COVID-19 safe tourism guidelines issued by the Maldivian Ministry of Tourism in June 2020, the unique geography of the country ensures the Maldives is the ideal destination for travellers looking for a winter sun getaway but also keen to avoid crowds during their holiday this year.

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Experience The Digital Stage Of Philadelphia’s Performing Arts Scene This Autumn Through Two New Platforms

Philadelphia has a particular penchant for performing arts, with the city’s neighbourhoods showcasing some of the world’s most famous musicians, as well as being home to a vast array of classical groups, including Opera Philadelphia and The Philadelphia Orchestra.

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GEC PR Retained As UK Representatives Of Maldives Marketing And PR Corporation (MMPRC) For Fourth Consecutive Year

Following a competitive pitch process earlier this year, Maldives Marketing and PR Corporation (MMPRC), the national tourism office responsible for the promotion of the Maldives, has once again appointed travel specialists GEC PR as the UK representatives for the destination.

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From Parks Loved By ‘The Fresh Prince’ To A-List Approved Cheesesteaks: Uncover Philadelphia’s Hidden Pop Culture Secrets

From parkland chosen by Will Smith for his hit music video Summertime, to Philadelphia cheesesteaks sought-after by John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, to Gritty the Philadelphia Flyer’s ice hockey mascot interviewed on popular comedy shows, travellers planning a future visit to Philadelphia can discover a number of hidden pop culture secrets across the city.

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The Maldives Announces 94% Of Resorts To Reopen By October 2020

Following the reopening of Maldivian borders to international visitors on 15th July 2020, Maldives Marketing and PR Corporation (MMPRC) has announced that 146 of its 156 resorts in operation will reopen to guests by the end of October 2020 following health and safety measures set out by the Ministry of Tourism.

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Queer Eye In Philadelphia: How To Follow In The Fashionable Footsteps Of The ‘Fab Five’

Combining their dining, fashion, culture, interior design and grooming expertise, the fifth season of Netflix’s Queer Eye sees presenters Tan, Antoni, Karamo, Bobby and Jonathan work with small business owners across the East Coast city of Philadelphia to boost the confidence of 10 incredible locals.

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Should Long Haul Destinations Now Be Preparing for UK Winter Sunseekers?

Fiona Anderson, GEC PR Company Director: A lot has changed for the travel and tourism sector in 2020 – and we are (unbelievably) only halfway through the year.

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New website rescues holiday planning: Travel marketing entrepreneurs launch the travelbounce website to help holidaymakers find the latest Covid-19 travel updates all in one place

A new website, travelbounce, promises to take the hassle out of travel and holiday planning in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic by collating the latest global travel updates from top tourist destinations, airlines, and travel companies all in one place.

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How The Pandemic May Change The Travel And Lifestyle Sector Forever

We seasoned PR professionals are used to change. In the twenty plus years that I’ve been working in this industry, I’ve gone from pitching features to journalists via fax (yes, it was that long ago!) to selling in content collaborations with influencers via Instagram DMs.

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