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Four Seasons makes waves with launch of luxury yacht experiences

Four Seasons has launched Four Seasons Yachts in partnership with luxury entrepreneurs Nadim Ashi and Philip Levine, and shipbuilder Fincantieri. Planned as the first of...

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Food is love

Tourism Malaysia’s arts and culture ambassador and renowned chef Ismail Ahmad is leading a series of culinary presentations through Europe as part of the...

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Digitalising travel: Dreaming of a streamlined travel future

I dream of the day I can travel anywhere without a physical passport, where my official travel document is available as a secure app – just as my Singapore identity card is – and my face or my palm is my access key.

Something To Think About

To combat uncertainty, many customers have adopted the tactic we now call trip stacking. This entails booking multiple trips, hotel stays or flights over the same period, just in case one or more of them is cancelled. This comes as a rebound in bookings has overwhelmed understaffed airlines, leading to flights being axed. Travel companies, airlines in particular, are hit hard by trip stacking, as last-minute changes can mean empty seats, wasted resources and frustrated forward planning.

Yvonne Szeto, vice president commercial APAC, Worldpay from FIS


Bringing back Aboriginal culture

Robert Taylor, CEO of Western Australian Indigenous Tourism Operators Council (WAITOC), sheds light on the complexities of understanding the Aboriginal culture and experiencing it in Western Australia


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