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Asia/Singapore Thursday, 8th June 2023

Laguna Phuket beefs up events

Laguna Phuket, which already plays host to several public events each year, such as the Laguna Phuket International Marathon, the Laguna Phuket Tri-Fest and...

Build your own online real estate

Travel industry marketers need to be aware of the alarming changes underway at Facebook as it limits organic distribution in favour of paid-for posts Bronwyn...

A new breed of road warriors

As millennials join the workplace in droves, the different travel patterns and desires of this new generation are also changing the face of business...

Tips on how to make profit (while keeping staff happy too)

Veteran hotelier and independent consultant, Giovanni Angelini, offers pearls of wisdom on how to stay afloat in today's competitive industry. Picking up from last column's...

Opinion: Hotel branding ludicrous

IT IS understandable that customers may be confused by the many different brands that have been introduced to the market during the last few...

Our outlook on Asian tourism – Thailand, Hong Kong, India

Travel companies in the region share their projections Inbound Inbound operators are hopeful for a stronger performance in 2014, barring any greater fallout from the political...

Asia’s economic stars – China, India

Here are our picks of cities across the region that are emerging as bright spots for corporate travellers   By Hong Xu CHENGDU WHY IT'S BOOMING Chengdu,...

Maintaining presence

Seoul has a variety of ways to stay top-of-mind among its global audience during this pandemic.

A new way to walk

As consumers remain at home and are restricted from travelling, Asian hotels are taking a different tack to maintain engagement and income

Regional foray

Australia’s tourism engines have been in high gear since lockdowns ended, but international travel has not fully returned to the Hunter Region. Stakeholders are confident that numbers will increase as traveller confidence improves.

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