Good for the family

Families that play together, stay together, and there are several retreats and attractions here in Asia that encourage just that

Bonding generations

Regional industry players are fine-tuning offerings to welcome a growing number of multigenerational groups from high-end longhaul markets

A great place to stay

Serviced residence operators in Asia-Pacific that have readied their hardware and heartware for Muslim travellers are having their efforts paid off, winning over families, young couples and even business travellers.

The way to a Muslim traveller’s heart

Quality dining is a critical ingredient for an enjoyable trip, but not all destinations keen on attracting Muslim travellers have been able to score well in this aspect. TTG Asia reporters find out what four non-OIC destinations in the region are cooking up to win over a Muslim traveller’s heart and belly.

Young and curious

The female Muslim traveller profile is changing, presenting rich opportunities for destinations and tourism suppliers who know how to read the signs and take the right steps to be more welcoming.

The big lure of little lodges

Myanmar’s rising collection of eco-lodges, which are tapping a new breed of eco-conscious travellers, are helping to lift communities out of poverty while preserving cultural traditions. By Marissa Carruthers

No end in sight

The Covid-19 outbreak that has shut down much-needed Chinese arrivals to Sri Lanka has thrown yet another spanner into the works for the destination’s global marketing campaign launch, which has been delayed for years. Feizal Samath reports

A family affair

Pamela Chow finds out fun is the name of the game as Singapore welcomes more family-friendly attractions and activities, updated for a new generation of parents and kids.

In search of zen

As more people expect to maintain their wellness routine at home and abroad, hotels and resorts are tuning up their facilities and services to better cater to health-conscious guests, discovers Mimi Hudoyo

Onward march to recovery

South-east Asian tourism authorities and stakeholders are taking swift action to patch the leak in tourism business brought on by the Covid-19 outbreak, and choosing to keep their eyes on the road to recovery.

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