TTG Asia
Asia/Singapore Friday, 3rd February 2023

Up close and personal

The Philippines is inviting visitors to discover the days of old while embracing the future. By Rosa Ocampo

Gems of the region

These lesser-known destinations in Asia are brimming with unique offerings for those who seek the unusual and yet-to-be-discovered

Bright lights

Travel industry players expect recovery to pick up even more speed in 2023, but a looming recession and other operational challenges will continue to keep them on their toes. By Karen Yue, Marissa Carruthers and S Puvaneswary

An accessible welcome

Holidays and destination experiences do not always come easy for differently-abled individuals, but some tourism players are making sure that their welcome is equally warm for all guests

Conscious cruising

Often accused of their heavy carbon footprint, cruise lines now dedicate much of their resources to sustainable operations

A force for good

In response to travellers’ growing determination to travel responsibly, tourism players are making sustainable, guilt-free options more identifiable and accessible, discovers Karen Yue

More to the Maldives

Famous for romantic getaways and honeymoons, the Maldives is gaining popularity as a family destination

Regional foray

Australia’s tourism engines have been in high gear since lockdowns ended, but international travel has not fully returned to the Hunter Region. Stakeholders are confident that numbers will increase as traveller confidence improves.

Co-living gets crowded

The pandemic has shown stronger value in extended stay business, with the co-living model in particular attracting investors big and small

Back in the game

Koh Samui, known as Thailand’s posh island, gains even more glitter, as new restaurants, beach clubs, activities and premium resorts continue to open across the destination.

Tried and Tested

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