TTG Asia
Asia/Singapore Saturday, 20th April 2024

The power of screen

Destinations are using motion pictures to attract tourists, with many developing an arsenal of assistance to make it easier for film production. By Rohit Kaul and Karen Yue

High on adventures

Asia-Pacific is becoming a hot market for luxury expedition operators, with bookings surging since the reopening of borders and preference soaring for longer and more adventurous trips

Doing tourism better

New Zealand is on a mission to educate visitors on how to bring about a positive impact on their travels through the country, so as to ensure a better future for its tourism industry

Gearing up for success

Dubai has gone all out to develop its tourism offerings, with a focus on sustainability, in the hopes of attracting more travellers from Asia

A true welcome to all

State governments around Australia have rolled out targeted initiatives to change perceptions and help tourism businesses to provide greater destination experiences for visitors of all abilities

Wholesome villages

UNWTO’s effort to support rural development through tourism birthed the Best Tourism Villages initiative in 2021. Of the 70 tourism villages inducted into this stringent programme so far, 14 are in Asia. Karen Yue spots six that you can support through your tours

Great to be green

Hotels’ intensifying environmental-focused pursuits are creating improved experiences for guests, be it through architectural designs that bring soothing nature indoors or meals that are big on flavour and small on emissions

Ski vacations heat up

Asian holidaymakers are chasing excellent pow at ski resorts, feeding a strong rebound for winter holiday bookings

Building back air access

Asia-Pacific’s aviation sector continues to trail behind other geographical regions in terms of recovery, even as the last of the remaining few travel barriers are lifted. On the bright side, airlines are rolling out new routes and inspiring new travel possibilities

Ever-changing landscape

Prudence Lui bears witness to the progressive development of Lantau Island, which now sports new-builds that aim to attract more travellers to Hong Kong

Tried and Tested

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