Why it’s still morning in the evening in Vietnam

Kai Speth, general manager, Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, opines that while Vietnam’s tourism development has come a long way, its nightlife scene still has...

Our outlook on Asian tourism – Thailand, Hong Kong, India

Travel companies in the region share their projections Inbound Inbound operators are hopeful for a stronger performance in 2014, barring any greater fallout from the political...

Asia’s economic stars – China, India

Here are our picks of cities across the region that are emerging as bright spots for corporate travellers   By Hong Xu CHENGDU WHY IT'S BOOMING Chengdu,...

Tips on how to make profit (while keeping staff happy too)

Veteran hotelier and independent consultant, Giovanni Angelini, offers pearls of wisdom on how to stay afloat in today's competitive industry. Picking up from last column's...

Build your own online real estate

Travel industry marketers need to be aware of the alarming changes underway at Facebook as it limits organic distribution in favour of paid-for posts Bronwyn...

Opinion: Hotel branding ludicrous

IT IS understandable that customers may be confused by the many different brands that have been introduced to the market during the last few...

Where excitement lies

Spanking new developments or game-changing tourism offerings aimed at breathing new life into familiar touristy destinations are changing the region’s tourism landscape. TTG Asia rounds up a list of to-watch destinations in Asia-Pacific for 2020.

The quality approach

Japan is leveraging the marketing wave of the recently concluded Rugby World Cup and the upcoming Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games to attract more longhaul visitors with higher spending. Pamela Chow speaks to industry stakeholders to find out what their plans are.

Combating Delhi’s smog crisis

As hazardous levels of air pollution in Delhi casts a pall over inbound tourism, Indian tour operators are finding ways to fight the confidence crisis in the face of falling arrivals and flight of tourists to other cities in the country, writes Rohit Kaul.

Embracing quiet charms

Riding on the growing trend of experiential travel, Shikoku is touting its lesser-known experiences such as yuzu picking and runcations, writes Pamela Chow.

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