Playing good neighbours

Intra-ASEAN travel remains crucial for most countries in the 10-member alliance, but it's not growing as fast as visitors from other regions for some....

In a state of vast potential

Although lacking direct flights from China, Sarawak could see Chinese inbound tourism take off thanks to new major incentives and partnerships. Being a relatively late...

How Chinese luxury travellers rate travel agents services

Customised travel services are experiencing a surge in popularity, forcing China’s travel agencies to place a strong emphasis on the quality of travel itineraries...

Someone to watch over me

Singapore’s industry leaders come forward to mentor young talent in a bid to retain them as staff shortage looms ahead. By Raini Hamdi Saddled by...

The psychology behind the click

To better understand how and why people pick vacations, Expedia gets into the head of its potential travellers – literally. Utilising eye-tracking and facial-movement sensors,...

A whole sale of the market

The wholesale accommodation market is ripe for another round of consolidation. Raini Hamdi, Paige Lee Pei Qi, S Puvaneswary and Mimi Hudoyo explain why The...

Betting on a growing middle class

Integrated resorts in Asia seek out the region's middle classes to offset the effect of China's anti-graft policy that has hit their gaming tables   Universal...

Brilliant innovations

With a craft beer airline, air taxis and floating hotel pods emerging in the marketplace, needless to say, the spirit of innovation is flourishing in travel this year. TTG Asia reporters bring you some of their favourites

A reversal of fortunes

After a challenging few years, hotel occupancy in Macau has risen back to 2014 heyday levels.

Wanted: return visitors

Marissa Carruthers examines what the government needs to do in order to obtain repeat longhaul visitorship Pumping more efforts into marketing Vietnam and having more...

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