The way forward

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

Scratching the travel itch

As more countries float the idea of regional travel bubbles, hyper-localised and short-haul travel look set to pave the way for tourism recovery, with businesses adapting their strategies to create more intimate and secure experiences. Pamela Chow finds out more.

Maintaining presence

Seoul has a variety of ways to stay top-of-mind among its global audience during this pandemic.

Big push for micro-tourism

The rise of micro-tourism as Japan’s domestic travel market springs back to post-pandemic life, aided by a national campaign, has birthed new opportunities for luxury hoteliers in Japan, who are tapping that demand with safety promises, curated activities and creative pivots. By Kathryn Wortley

Getting back on track

The pandemic has brought about a renewed focus on wellness, alongside newfound demands for secluded, sanitised stays. Anne Somanas delves into how Thai luxury hoteliers are realigning their strategies to suit the future

Slow and steady wins

Meaningful experiences are as important as ever in Singapore, where big spenders are setting the tone for future travel with demand for relaxing staycations.

Watch out for the clean wars

In the hotel industry, a hallmark of hospitality is being able to welcome and care for one’s guests as if they were family. In...

Ready for a rebound

Tourism-dependent Maldives is among the first Asian destinations to reopen to international tourists

Banking on home market

Luring domestic travellers requires ingenious marketing and programming as well as irresistable offers, travel agents discover

Domestic market in focus

With international markets out of reach, Hong Kong is encouraging tourism businesses to rely on the domestic travel market, with incentives to help with the transition

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