Thursday . May 25 . 2017
         
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TTG Asia ASEAN 50th Anniversary Special Supplement
TTG Asia Luxury
 
 
Lighting up with events
Macau brandishes a robust calendar of events round the year to attract international visitors and give them reasons to stay longer. Prudence Lui reports
 
 
No threat from sharing economy PRUDENCE LUI
Vacation rentals have not infringed on growth of traditional travel players in China, finds Prudence Lui
 
 
Eleventh hour bookings BARATHI NARAYAN
Last-minute bookings may be costing tour operators and travel agencies the ability to guarantee departures. Barathi Narayan looks at how Singapore travel companies cope with this
 
 
When dynamism meets heritage PRUDENCE LUI
Its economic prowess aside, Shanghai is also a powerhouse in tourism, tapping its unique blend of western and oriental influences, old and new to pull in visitor numbers. Prudence Lui takes a look at what makes tourism tick in this megacity
 
 
Manila: A city bypassed ROSA OCAMPO
The Philippine capital city has become a mere transit or bypassed altogether as carriers go straight to secondary gateways. Rosa Ocampo, based in Manila, looks at its plight, which is worsened by other challenges
 
 
Flying into the future TTG ASIA REPORTERS
TTG Asia looks at how South-east Asia's national airlines have fared in their performance last year, whether global uncertainties have affected sales, as well as their plans to bolster growth in 2017
 
 
Visitors in for a treat TTG ASIA REPORTERS
Food-related festivals, campaigns and tours in Asia are whetting appetites for gastronomic and cultural travel, feeding a growing niche market
 
 
Jin Jiang's Louvre affair RAINI HAMDI
Louvre Hotels Group's CEO Pierre Frédéric Roulot tells Raini Hamdi how Jin Jiang International's acquisition of the French chain changes his life, in an interview on the sidelines of the International Hotel Investment Conference in Berlin recently
 
 
In the pink of health TTG ASIA REPORTERS
The improving medical infrastructure across Asia has seen new destinations of choice emerge for tourists seeking treatments. Meanwhile, more hospitality players are entering into medical tourism to provide a holistic wellness experience. By Barathi Narayan, S Puvaneswary, Rohit Kaul and Xinyi Liang-Pholsena
 
 
Participation overseas takes a beating S PUVANESWARY
A weak ringgit, uncertain ROI are making the trade more wary of attending trade shows abroad. By S Puvaneswary
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Eleventh hour bookings

by Barathi Narayan

No threat from sharing economy

by Prudence Lui

Lighting up with events

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Manila: A city bypassed

by Rosa Ocampo

When dynamism meets heritage

by Prudence Lui