Natural playground

Now that Belitung has become a hot domestic destination, the next step is for 
the destination to step up its pursuit of the international market. Does Belitung have what it takes to attract more foreign visitors to its shores? 
Tiara Maharani finds out

Plane sailing experiences

As the global airline industry puts a stronger emphasis on the passenger experience, TTG Asia looks at how major carriers in Asia-Pacific are reinventing their products and services at every step of the air travel journey

Local sojourns

More are converting heritage or family properties into hotels, drawn to new opportunities at a time when travellers are seeking a taste of local hospitality. By Suchat Sritama

An ever-changing island

From north to south, Bali is seeing a flurry of new developments and plans, all with the aim of uncovering new markets and opportunities for the popular island destination, writes Mimi Hudoyo

Growing appreciation for nature

Juxtaposed against the steely skyscrapers of nearby Kuala Lumpur, Selangor state has emerged as an up-and-coming destination that can offer travellers what they crave for nowadays – a large dose of local culture coupled with unique rural experiences

Labour pains

Recruitment and employee retention are growing challenges for Kuala Lumpur’s hospitality sector, especially as more hotels are added to the city

Service residences: Outlook 2016

Serviced residence operators believe they are a a more resilient accommodation model that can withstand shocks Lisa Rauch, director of sales, Asia-Pacific, Oakwood Worldwide Demand For...

A renewed vigour

Millennials are good news for resorts trying to fill rooms, but they also book more last minute and stay for briefer periods

From exclusivity to inclusivity

Traditional luxury markets are not weaning for the Maldives as the destination opens up to more visitor and accommodation segments

Down, but not out

Sri Lanka was one of the world’s hottest holiday destinations until the Easter Sunday bomb attacks dealt a devastating blow to country’s fast-growing tourism sector and travellers began shunning the Indian Ocean island in droves. Can Sri Lanka’s tourism sector make a comeback from this setback? Feizal Samath assesses the situation

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