TTG Asia
Asia/Singapore Sunday, 14th April 2024

Land long before time

Revered and loved by Muslim pilgrims, Saudi Arabia is now determined to show that it has many deeper layers to offer world explorers

Cooking up green gastronomy

Phuket is working its way into the hearts of travellers via the culinary route, with an increasing focus on sustainable dining, discover Anne Somanas and Karen Yue

Back with a bang

Hong Kong brings out star power, festivals and generous support schemes to reel leisure travellers and business events back to its shores

Heightened state of marketing

Communications innovations and changes in the travel and tourism landscape, particularly travel behaviours and expectations, are shaping the work of marketers in the industry

Much more to Mui Ne

A boom in upscale resorts, the development of attractive investment policies, and the completion of a new expressway have led the beach resort town of Mui Ne in south-east Vietnam to rise in popularity with tourists

Follow the scent

Thailand is stepping up its culinary game with an NTO-led project to develop and promote itself in the gastronomy tourism space

Majestic falls and more

In addition to reviving the pre-pandemic popularity of Pagsanjan Falls, the Philippines hopes to attract tourists back to Laguna by showcasing other attractions in the destination

Enriching experiences, deepening connections

Luxury travellers, driven by a strong appetite to explore, serve as the catalyst for travel recovery across Asia and the globe

Pushing boundaries

The city of Macau never sleeps, especially in terms of constantly innovating and enhancing offerings for inbound visitors

Make way for wellness

With more travellers seeking mindful and relaxing getaways, destinations in South-east Asia are ramping up their health-related offerings and experiences

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