These days, hotels are no longer about offering a bed and breakfast. From safari excursions to purpose-built communal spaces, travellers are increasingly seeking out authentic and culturally immersive experiences, and hotels are answering the call.
At the inaugural SG Tourism Leaders Engagement Series, organised by TTG Asia Media and PATA Singapore Chapter in November, three leading travel experts in Asia-Pacific examine the effects of experiential travel on the industry and how companies are responding to the shift towards authentic and immersive travel.
Spanking new developments or game-changing tourism offerings aimed at breathing new life into familiar touristy destinations are changing the region’s tourism landscape. TTG Asia rounds up a list of to-watch destinations in Asia-Pacific for 2020.
Four industry experts tell us where the tourism industry is headed as fierce competition, smart design and a growing wave of eco-consciousness continue to transform the travel landscape
Indonesia’s growing midscale hotel segment is fusing lifestyle elements and customisation into their offerings to meet consumers’ demand for experiential travel.
Demand for experiential offerings is growing among travellers to Singapore, spurring inbound tour operators, hotels and resorts to serve up a new breed of tours and activities.
In this roundtable discussion, travel experts from across Asia-Pacific examine and debate the value of hotel branding as travellers gravitate towards unique accommodation experiences amid an increasingly complex hospitality marketplace burgeoning with new lifestyle brands.
As Lombok’s events calendar heats up, the island is racing to cement its position as a sports and entertainment destination. Mimi Hudoyo zooms in on the island’s new and upcoming infrastructure projects and development works.
The list of midscale accommodation is growing in Singapore, as hotel chains leap at the opportunity to tap this under-served segment in the destination.
With sexual exploitation and modern slavery still rearing its prevalent head in the Asia-Pacific, authorities are joining forces with the tourism sector to stem the tide of human trafficking.