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5 make-or-break factors for rail success in APAC: Amadeus
Amadeus has identified five make-or-break factors which have the potential to shift the future prospects for rail in Asia-Pacific.
Hyatt and Miraval playing the long game TRENT MUNDAY, REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT, MANDARA SPA
Earlier this year, Hyatt Hotels announced that it had acquired Miraval, one the leading destination wellness resorts in the US.
Keeping talents at home ROSA OCAMPO
The hospitality sector both locally and abroad has an insatiable hunger for skilled staff, and employers in the Philippines are grappling with the worsening manpower shortage.
Flight of reality MIMI HUDOYO
Lofty arrival targets have been set, but the country's aviation infrastructure is sorely lagging behind.
Calling for a level playing field FEIZAL SAMATH
The advent of guesthouses raises fair play concerns among mid-sized resorts while DMCs fear a dilution of the Maldives brand with budget beds.
The new face of IRs TTG ASIA REPORTERS
Asia's integrated resorts are polishing their lifestyle facets and keeping them preened and Instagram-ready for millennials, as the younger generation becomes a potent consumption force. By Paige Lee Pei Qi, Rosa Ocampo, S Puvaneswary and Prudence Lui
Too many beds in paradise? FEIZAL SAMATH
Hoteliers in the Maldives are having a harder time filling up rooms amid a surge in new hotel openings and slowdown in arrival growth. Feizal Samath reports
A haven with a troubled image ROSA OCAMPO
Despite its rich cultural and natural offerings, negative perceptions of Mindanao as a conflict zone remain a major roadblock for its tourism ambitions, finds Rosa Ocampo
When politics means business XINYI LIANG-PHOLSENA AND PAIGE LEE PEI QI
Business travel stakeholders discuss how recent political events are affecting the global landscape and share their outlook on Asia's business travel sector. By Xinyi Liang-Pholsena and Paige Lee Pei Qi
Cruise development is expected to pick up in South-east Asia with ASEAN agreeing to develop a joint declaration on cruise tourism, report Raini Hamdi and Rosa Ocampo
Editor's pick >
Calling for a level playing field

by Feizal Samath

Keeping talents at home

by Rosa Ocampo

Flight of reality

by Mimi Hudoyo

The new face of IRs

by TTG Asia reporters

A haven with a troubled image

by Rosa Ocampo