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Accor unveils new loyalty programme, PSG partnership

Accor has announced a new loyalty programme, and along with that, new partnerships including one with French football club, Paris Saint Germain (PSG). This follows...

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Jokowi receives Father of National Tourism award

Indonesia president Joko Widodo has been honoured as Father of National Tourism by the Indonesia Hotel & Restaurant Association (IHRA). The award was presented by...

TTG Opinion

2019 travel trends in pictures: how Instagram inspires and changes travel

As 2018 came to a close and year-end holiday travel hit a global high, I was treated to a non-stop visual feast of travel...

Something to Think About

“The countries that perform well on the index are those that are embracing new models of global citizenship and adapting to, rather than shrinking away from, an increasingly globalised world.”

– said Dominic Volek, managing partner of Henley & Partners Singapore and head of South-east Asia, citing South Korea and the UAE as examples of countries whose passport strength have improved for its citizens as a result of their open-door policies


Less growth, more equity

No stranger to this post, Thailand’s minister of tourism and sports Weerasak Kowsurat tells why the country’s tourism sector needs to stop its addiction to increasing visitor arrivals but instead place serious emphasis on achieving equity for all stakeholders

Future Gen

An open invitation

Travellers can now legally crash an Indian wedding, thanks to a startup connecting potential guests with couples-to-be .