Tourism in Papua New Guinea: strategy hitting the mark

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Figures on visitor arrivals to Papua New Guinea indicate that business travel and tourism are growing but there has been a falling interest the MICE market. The number of people coming to PNG for employment increased markedly.

City Guide: Madang

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Marisa Howden reports on Madang, one of Papua New Guinea’s most idyllic coastal holiday destinations.

Boardroom briefing: ExxonMobil to sell assets, tourism workforce and the effects of working abroad

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ExxonMobil gets ready to sell assets, a more skilled tourism workforce for the Pacific Islands, and how working abroad affects you. Readings from around the world on business, leadership and management.

Discover Papua New Guinea’s wreck heaven

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Papua New Guinea is a treasure trove of war wrecks. Underwater photographer and diving writer Don Silcock explores four famous planes that lie at the bottom of the sea.

Review: W Brisbane

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The W Brisbane is the city’s first five-star opening in 20 years – and it’s not to be missed.

Tourism in Papua New Guinea: a sector profile

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A profile of the tourism industry in Papua New Guinea, including recent report, tourism organisation and incentives for potential investors.

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Drum roll: a weekend of canoes and drums at Alotau

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Olga Fontanellaz dips her toes into the water at Alotau’s annual Kenu and Kundu Festival.

Seven questions for Andrew C. Abel, President of the Surfing Association of Papua New Guinea

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The president and co-founder of the Surfing Association of Papua New Guinea (SAPNG) is pushing ahead with plans to establish surf tourism in Bougainville, perhaps one of the last frontiers for the sport in the world.

Rubio Plantation Retreat holds the secret to thriving in Papua New Guinea

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Shane Clark, owner of Rubio Plantation Retreat, has discovered a novel way to grow his surf business. In this exclusive interview, he shares with Business Advantage PNG the secrets to thrive in Papua New Guinea.

Tourism is on the rise in Papua New Guinea

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Papua New Guinea might be ‘under-touristed’, but if numbers continue to increase it won’t be that way for long, and that’s great news for the economy. Lisa Smyth reports.