China, Korea key markets in tourism

WHILE he foresees a slowdown in big conventions this year, the new general manager of Radisson Blu Hotel Cebu anticipates a surge in arrivals from key markets like China and Korea.

The opening of Terminal 2 of Mactan-Cebu International Airport (MCIA), as well as the tourism industry’s marketing efforts, will help fuel demand, said Stephan Sieberg, in an interview last Tuesday.

Sieberg, who is German, arrived in Cebu last Feb. 1. He will now oversee day-to-day operations of the eight-year-old, 400-room hotel.

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