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
We celebrate these professionals who are pushing boundaries to ignite progress and innovation in the travel sector.
As TTG Asia marks 45 years of publication, industry members and former staff reflect on their fondest memories, ideas and people that have illuminated over four decades of original travel trade reporting
We ask 45 industry leaders to share their visions of the travel and tourism sector. In response, we hear what excites them about the future and what they would like to change to bring their visions to life
Millennials are good news for resorts trying to fill rooms, but they also book more last minute and stay for briefer periods
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