Risk of getting crowded out

As hotels increase their reliance on online channels, will there be room to grow for wholesalers and retailers? From left: Sean Seah, Norbert Vas and Paul Leung HOTELS...

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We celebrate these professionals who are pushing boundaries to ignite progress and innovation in the travel sector.

Hotels in an empty capital

Myanmar’s new administrative capital, Nay Pyi Taw, has a mismatch in room supply and demand that is bigger than Kanye West’s ego. Greg Lowe...

Navigating through crowded skies

In a region where air travel is booming, how are Asia-Pacific’s legacy and budget airlines keeping pace with passenger demand and industry competition? TTG...

Tangled alliances

It once appeared inevitable that any airline with a decent network would eventually join one of the three airline coalitions – Star Alliance, SkyTeam...

Making room for all

Serviced residences are no longer exclusively targeting the extended stay market, as the sector responds to shifts in market demand for shorter stays and smaller units.

Giants join in

It isn’t just creative, independent hotel developers who are conjuring up pretty properties. Some mega hotel companies have also joined in, courting business travellers...

Solving the labour conundrum

As Singapore’s thriving hospitality sector grapples with a tightening labour pool, hotels are embracing technological solutions to overcome manpower shortage Despite Singapore’s land constraints, new...

Bringing back the Europeans

Sarawak is lining up a series of campaigns and partnerships to entice Europeans back to the destination, which has been impacted by a slew of cuts in air services in the last few years.

A whiff of the wellness market

Despite Asian spas becoming more holistic, outbound travel agencies say the regional wellness market remains miniscule for them. Direct bookings are a reason. There...

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