Tuesday . June 27 . 2017
         
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TTG Asia ASEAN 50th Anniversary Special Supplement
TTG Asia Luxury
 
 
A market for the rustic MIMI HUDOYO
The capital of South Kalimantan looks to its traditional life sources and riverine culture to enhance its tourism appeal for visitors, both domestic and international.
 
 
The battle for survival PRUDENCE LUI
Succession challenges, OTAs' growing influence are just some of the issues facing HK agencies.
 
 
Coast is clear for more change MARISSA CARRUTHERS
Agents say a cleaned-up Sihanoukville still doesn't provide enough draw to keep visitors in Cambodia.
 
 
Old 'hoods, new buzz PRUDENCE LUI
Hong Kong's traditional enclaves are now a breeding ground for new tour ideas centring on its heritage and culture.
 
 
Asia's hidden beaches TTG ASIA REPORTERS
With their laid-back vibe, tropical charm and lesser crowds, these are the rising beach stars of tomorrow. Here are TTG Asia's picks of the region's best under-the-radar spots
 
 
Rising stars of ASEAN TTG ASIA REPORTERS
They are young, ambitious and share a common passion to improve the ASEAN travel industry with their forward-thinking ideas and leadership. We round up the region's 10 promising talents to watch out for
 
 
It's complicated RAINI HAMDI
ASEAN wants more tourism growth, even though its infrastructure is bursting at the seams. Raini Hamdi listens to the issues
 
 
Driving ITB's brand strategy RAINI HAMDI
Easy to grow an established brand like ITB that has 51 years of history behind it? Trust the Germans to be prudent and never taking anything for granted. Messe Berlin's senior vice president travel & logistics, Martin Buck, tells Raini Hamdi about ITB's brand strategy following the successful staging of the first ITB China recently
 
 
Towards a tipping point? XINYI LIANG-PHOLSENA
Booming tourism worldwide has sparked a debate if its undoubted benefits are now outweighed by less quantifiable downsides. Xinyi Liang-Pholsena takes stock of the dilemma and sees what needs to be done
 
 
Better access a work in progress PRUDENCE LUI
With access into Macau looking set to improve, what remains to be done?
 
 
 
 
 
 
Editor's pick >
   
The battle for survival

by Prudence Lui

A market for the rustic

by Mimi Hudoyo

Old 'hoods, new buzz

by Prudence Lui

Coast is clear for more change

by Marissa Carruthers

Asia's hidden beaches

by TTG Asia reporters