More of Tokyo to love

Tokyo’s tourism players are responding to a growing desire for outdoor and wellness experiences by crafting programmes that spotlight off-the-beaten track locations and activities. Kathryn Wortley finds out more.

Capturing local hearts

With Singaporeans urged to play tourists on home ground, businesses are reinventing their content to excite local hearts. Pamela Chow finds out more.

Wellness tune-up

The pursuit of comfort, rehabilitation and mental healing is expected to dominate consumer demand emerging post-lockdown, and properties in Asia are responding to this call for wellness. TTG Asia rounds up some of the newest finds.

Ready for revival

The pandemic has snuffed out the medical tourism boom in South-east Asia, leaving the once-thriving sector ailing. TTG Asia reporters examine how the industry is fighting to nurse the sector back to financial health.

The future of experiences

Emerging from the pandemic, tours and activities are becoming more intimate and digitalised, and featuring sharper storytelling, finds Anne Somanas

Opportunity in crisis

From embracing technology to investing for the long-term, Santika is sowing the seeds of recovery.

Heart of hospitality

Therese Tan uncovers how Royal Cliff Hotels Group plans to cement its position in the new travelscape, utilising strategies which involve customer touchpoints.

With powers combined

Collaboration in the hospitality space is growing in strength as hotels and resorts seek fresh ways to charm the domestic market. By TTG Asia reporters.

A smarter redesign

One Farrer Hotel’s new look and feel will boast optimal hygiene and wellness standards, discovers Karen Yue.

The way forward

RIU believes adaptability is key to coming out stronger in the face of challenges.

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