A long engagement

Although Covid-19 has derailed wedding and honeymoon bookings in recent months, industry experts 
remain cautiously optimistic that couples will return this year.

Ready for a reset

Indonesia is raring to bring tourism back to life, but in patient and calculated steps that take in new considerations around health, safety and traveller needs

Unchartered waters

A landmark integrated project that opened last September has altered the Maldivian tourism landscape, but Feizal Samath notes that the pandemic has put a freeze on potential growth

A finer way to fly

The flight experience is not restricted to the skies, as airlines push the innovation envelope to begin charming their passengers on the ground. TTG Asia reporters find out how.

The changing face of Thai luxury travel

The coronavirus pandemic is rewriting the playbook for Bangkok’s luxury hotels, with a greater focus on wellness, localism and curated touchpoints emerging as key themes in the post-pandemic future of travel.

Critical catch up

Less than two years after a six-month closure to clean up the island, Boracay is facing its next challenge with Covid-19. How will tourism players respond?

Food advantage

As Macau nears the home stretch of its four-year plan to promote its food culture, it is time to look back at how the destination has fared. Can more be done?

Guiding ways

As experiential tours cement their standing in travel, the need for tour guides with niche knowledge, greater accountability and authenticity is swelling.

Good for the family

Families that play together, stay together, and there are several retreats and attractions here in Asia that encourage just that

Bonding generations

Regional industry players are fine-tuning offerings to welcome a growing number of multigenerational groups from high-end longhaul markets

Tried and Tested

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