The wholesale accommodation market is ripe for another round of consolidation. Raini Hamdi, Paige Lee Pei Qi, S Puvaneswary and Mimi Hudoyo explain why The...
As Cambodia continues its aggressive pursuit for the yuan and arrivals from China continue to rise exponentially, questions are being raised about the impact on the country’s overall tourism landscape.
Thailand is putting forth a more compelling high-end proposition, with suppliers stepping up on service and experiential offerings. But is manpower keeping up?
Asian cruise agents are spoilt for choice in 2016/2017 as cruise companies unleash new-gen ships, debut at exotic ports and unveil new innovations. Royal Caribbean’s...
Macau is eager to milk its UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy status, but to succeed as a foodie haven it has to look beyond prestige and consider the survival of small food businesses.
Famed bespoke luxury resort operators Six Senses and Aman are pivoting as the ‘small is better’ mantra has died. Bill Barnett, managing director, C9 Hotelworks based in Phuket, thinks this is “a profound shift”, based on the strategies of the two bespoke groups
No longer catering to the traditional market of long stayers, operators get more creative with their product offering, rolling out new millennial-oriented brands, bleisure amenities and even service robots