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Malaysia still a sought after destination for Indonesian travellers

The demand to visit Malaysia among Indonesian travellers continues to grow despite competition from other regional destinations, driven by what outbound agents say is...

Checking the AI hype against reality in travel

While artificial intelligence (AI) has made headlines in the past year, some members in the travel circle believe that the platform is “overhyped” and...

Thailand’s diversification campaign brings steady growth momentum: Expedia

Visitors to Thailand are seeking more diversified experiences and venturing into secondary destinations, offering hoteliers opportunities to target inbound visitors through a market segmentation...

Madhouse releases DIY platform for targeted Chinese mobile ads

China-based mobile advertisement platform company Madhouse has released a paid platform that allows companies to time and broadcast their own advertisements targeted at Chinese...

After having Blu, Cebu will soon see Red

Radisson Hotel Group has announced the signing of a new property, Radisson Red Mandaue in Mandaue City, Cebu. Scheduled to open in 4Q2021, Radisson Red...

The Royal Sands Koh Rong, Cambodia

The Royal Sands Koh Rong is the Cambodian island’s first luxury offering, bringing a taste of the high life to its idyllic shores. Set amid powdery sand and turquoise waters, this new resort is a prime destination for a relaxing getaway.

Jakarta hotel pays tribute to Kartini Day with kebaya show

The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta – in collaboration with Alleira Batik and GAIA Indonesian Premium Tea – held a kebaya and batik fashion...

New hotels: Six Senses Duxton, Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse and more

The latest hotel openings and announcements made this week.

A city coming of age

Shiny new hotels, massive malls and theme parks that keep rolling out fresh attractions. 
TTG Asia looks at what Selangor has going for it to warrant the attention of visitors

Maldives hoteliers deal with worries

Political uncertainties are adding to the Maldives’ oversupply concerns, but diversification and targeted marketing campaign could help to ease threats.