While limited four-star inventory downtown could drive rates up, some foresee the trade war and China’s slowing economy to exert a greater price pressure
As some countries anticipate new openings, others see familiar faces upping their game with the help of technology, new rides and attractions. TTG Asia reporters find out what this all means to the travel trade
Hotels in Singapore are jumping on the tours and activities bandwagon, seeing opportunities to lure guests and connect with them on a deeper level.
Lifestyle hotel brands are an emerging trend in Asia’s hospitality sector, as hospitality operators big and small and even players from outside the field roll out new brands to accommodate the changing preferences of millennials and Gen Z.
Growing demand for personalisation in travel has put DMCs and travel operators’ expertise into sharper focus, but at the same time the tailor-made wave has opened up new concerns for players and even put traditional industry relations under question.
China is making great efforts to develop health and wellness tourism, leveraging its traditional Chinese medicine and martial arts specialities