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会议:2018年6月5-8日
商展:2018年6月6-8日

中国香港,香港会议展览中心

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2018年亚洲景点博览会(2018年亚景会)将于2018年6月5-8日在香港会议展览中心举办,本博览会是专为亚太地区景点专业人士而设的顶级国际盛会。我们欢迎媒体朋友莅临并进行新闻采编及报道。

 

2018年亚洲景点博览会媒体证登记

 

媒体政策及媒体证发放准则

IAAPA欢迎主流媒体和景点行业相关的专业媒体莅临2018年亚景会进行新闻采编及报道。为此将对符合入场条件的媒体人员提供媒体证,媒体证发放对象为:新闻记者、摄影记者、摄像记者。按此浏览完整媒体政策及媒体证发放准则

 

媒体证登记处:3FG展览厅

媒体人员请于3FG展览厅外的登记处办理媒体证。

 

登记处开放时间:

6月4日(星期一)13:00 - 18:00
6月5日(星期二)08:00 - 18:00
6月6日(星期三)08:00 - 17:00
6月7日(星期四)08:00 - 17:00
6月8日(星期五)08:30 - 15:00

 

媒体中心:2N206

IAAPA媒体中心开放时间如下:

6月6日(星期三)10:00 - 17:00
6月7日(星期四)10:00 - 17:00
6月8日(星期五)09:00 - 15:00


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2018年亚洲景点博览会在中国香港圆满落幕

2018年亚洲景点博览会的特别活动及课程安排
2018年4月1日

2018年亚洲景点博览会登记系统现已开放
2018年2月16日

 

媒体联系方式:

柏堡活动策划 – 大会指定公关及市场推广合作单位

中国
何惠婷(Candy He) | 电邮: candy.he@baobab-tree-event.com |电话: (020) 3758 3765 分机 8003

亚太地区
刘筱芳(Flora Lau) |电邮: flora.lau@baobab-tree-event.com |电话: +852 3520 3638 

Expo News

Monday, February 5, 2018

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Association News

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Amusement and Theme Parks

Movie-themed attractions coming to Florida's Walt Disney World Resort in summer
Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, is launching several special attractions on Memorial Day weekend or later this summer. These include a "Guardians of the Galaxy" party at Epcot, appearances by characters from "The Incredibles" movie at Magic Kingdom and the Discovery Island Carnivale with "The Three Caballeros." Additional activities include an "Up"-themed show and a character celebration featuring Donald Duck at Animal Kingdom. Toy Story Land at Hollywood Studios will also make its debut this summer, featuring the "Slinky Dog Dash" coaster and the "Alien Swirling Saucers" ride among its attractions. Orlando Sentinel (Fla.) (tiered subscription model) (2/2) 

Spring debut set for "Harley Quinn Spinsanity" at Six Flags Over Texas
Construction is progressing on the "Harley Quinn Spinsanity" thrill ride at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington. According to a park spokeswoman, the attraction should be ready in late spring. "Harley Quinn Spinsanity," manufactured by ABC Rides and located at the park's Gotham City section, will feature a triple-box design that enables spinning on three different axes 70 feet above the ground. Six Flags Over Texas begins its 2018 season Feb. 24. Dallas Observer (2/1) 

"Rebel Yell" roller coaster at Kings Dominion in Virginia to be renamed "Racer 75"
An official at Kings Dominion in Doswell, Virginia, announced in a blog post that the iconic wooden roller coaster "Rebel Yell" will be renamed "Racer 75." The change is part of a rebranding of existing attractions across that part of the park, which will soon see the opening of the new "Twisted Timbers" hybrid roller coaster. Richmond Times-Dispatch (Va.) (2/3) 

Feb. 11 opening set for "Little Africa" attraction at Paultons Park in England
Paultons Park in Hampshire, England, will open its "Little Africa" animal attraction Feb. 11. It will feature animals native to Africa, such as meerkats, the Gambian pouched rat, fennec foxes and African crested porcupines, plus a variety of bird species such as the Madagascan teal and trumpeter hornbills in an aviary. Southern Daily Echo (U.K.) (2/1) 

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Water Parks

Design unveiled for water park coming to Proserpine, Australia
Plans are moving forward for a water park set to rise next to the Proserpine Swimming Pool in Australia after a developer was awarded a $1.7 million contract for its design and construction. Work on the facility is expected to begin later this month in time for an opening by late June. The design for the water park has been unveiled, and it features various attractions including slides and water play equipment. The Whitsunday Times (Australia) (1/31) 

Renovation planned for Memorial Pool in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
The Memorial Pool in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, is expected to be closed this year and next to allow for a renovation slated to begin in spring 2019. The project, which has been given a budget of up to $2.5 million, will include repairs to the 61-year-old facility plus the addition of play equipment, water slides and other attractions. The Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.) (1/31) 

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Family Entertainment Centers

Popcon D Square indoor theme park to open Saturday at South Korea's IPark Mall 
A 3,300-square-meter indoor animation theme park called Popcon D Square is scheduled to open Saturday on the sixth floor of the Yongsan IPark Mall in South Korea. The theme park will feature attractions based on famous animated works, themed spaces, exhibits and souvenir shops. The Korea Herald (Seoul) (1/30) 

Skylanes bowling facility makes its debut in Scottsdale, Arizona
Skylanes in Scottsdale, Arizona, featuring boutique bowling, live music and a bar, has opened. The 10,000-square-foot space's six bowling lanes are equipped with LED, lighting and video effects. New Times (Phoenix) (1/29) 

Hickory, North Carolina, to get a DefyGravity indoor trampoline park
A DefyGravity indoor trampoline park is set to occupy a 32,000-square-foot building in Hickory, North Carolina, with an opening set for mid April. DefyGravity facilities feature trampolines, trapezes, foam pits, slacklines and party rooms. The Hickory Daily Record (N.C.) (1/30) 

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Zoos, Aquariums, Science Centers, and Museums

Dino Parque opens Feb. 9 in Lourinha, Portugal
The 10-hectare Dino Parque opens Feb. 9 in Lourinha, Portugal, with 120 full-size dinosaur models. The models will be grouped according to four different geological time periods on the grounds of Museu da Lourinha. Lourinha has a long history of significant dinosaur discoveries, including several fossils that will be on display on the property. Evasoes (Portugal) (Portuguese-language content) (2/1) 

Earthquake-themed attraction opens at Danville Science Center in Virginia
Virginia's Danville Science Center recently opened "When the Earth Shakes," a traveling exhibit that aims to teach children about the Earth's seismic activity. Its interactive attractions include the Shake Table and the Tsunami Tank, which demonstrate the effects of earthquakes on manmade structures. Danville Register & Bee (Va.) (1/31) 

Vietnam exhibit at Oklahoma History Center gets new helicopter flight simulator
The exhibit "Welcome Home: Oklahomans and the War in Vietnam" at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City has received a helicopter flight simulator created by Wisconsin-based firm Digital Design. Visitors are put in the pilot's seat of a Huey helicopter and tasked with navigating the skies above a jungle on a mission to save fellow soldiers. The Oklahoman (Oklahoma City) (2/1) 

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Related Industry News

Spain attracted 81.8 million foreign tourists in 2017
Foreign visitors to Spain totaled 81.8 million in 2017, representing an 8.6% increase over the previous year, and spent almost €87 million while visiting the nation. Visitors primarily came from the United Kingdom, Germany and France. Spain's Catalonia region, which has typically been the country's most popular destination for foreign visitors, saw a 13.9% decrease in the past year, due to political instability and an independence movement. Sabado (Portugal) (Portuguese-language content) (2/1) 

Jebel Jais Flight in United Arab Emirates named world's longest zipline
Guinness World Records has officially certified the Jebel Jais Flight attraction in Ras al-Khaimah, United Arab Emirates, as the longest zipline in the world. The zipline, which opened Thursday, measures 2.83 kilometers and is suspended 1,680 meters above sea level. Saudi Gazette (2/3) 

Plans move forward for $100 million park project in Gilbert, Arizona
A park covering 272 acres is set to rise in Gilbert, Arizona, in a project spanning up to 10 years. Expected to cost nearly $100 million, the park will include splash pads, a zipline, a ropes course, a lake, a playground and various sports courts as part of its first phase, set to begin construction in the fall. A disc-golf course, skate parks and running trails will emerge in the second phase, followed by an aquatic center, sports fields, a great lawn and an amphitheater in the third phase. KNXV-TV (Phoenix) (1/29) 

Alleged ropes course malfunction injures woman in Kanakapura, India
A 26-year-old woman fractured her spine when her safety harness allegedly snapped and she fell during a ropes course at Life Tree Adventure Camps in India. The camp claims the harness did not snap, and the camp adheres to international standards of safety equipment. Deccan Herald (India) (1/29) 

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