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Hotel staycations set to resume in Singapore

Singapore’s hotels can now catch a breath of relief as the government has allowed applications for the reopening of accommodations for leisure stays, as...

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Brisbane Airport’s new runway ready for take off

To commemorate the opening of Brisbane’s new runway, Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) is creating a time capsule for future generations to look back on. 15...

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The other side of C-19: Expediting digital and business transformation

Between the human survival instinct of fight or flight, some travel companies have chosen to fight back in innovative ways.

Something To Think About

“There are people who had the luxury of time during the lockdown to reflect on the meaning of life, to appreciate how fragile and transient life and nature is. Perhaps for them, travel desires change and they may become more interested in responsible tourism.”

– Wolfgang Georg Arlt, CEO, COTRI China Outbound Tourism Research Institute


Charting a course for recovery

The cruise tourism industry has taken a beating from the combined impacts of Covid-19’s tourism freeze and negative media reports on infections onboard – tough times that Cruise Lines International Association is helping its community to navigate through with enhanced education, government advocacy and careful planning with medical experts. Managing director Australasia & Asia, Joel Katz details how

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