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Asia/Singapore Sunday, 21st April 2024

Land long before time

Revered and loved by Muslim pilgrims, Saudi Arabia is now determined to show that it has many deeper layers to offer world explorers

Jockeying for position

Philippine carriers are eager to grow but constrained by safety rulings For a country that is still catching up regionally in terms of visitor arrivals,...

Asia’s economic stars – Philippines, Indonesia, Myanmar

Here are our picks of cities across the region that are emerging as bright spots for corporate travellers   By Marianne Carandang  DAVAO  WHY IT'S BOOMING  A thriving...

Back with a bang

Hong Kong brings out star power, festivals and generous support schemes to reel leisure travellers and business events back to its shores

What is good design?

The guest of today is more interested in design than ever. How can hotels deliver on such expectations while remaining culturally relevant and practical?...

Why the world needs better tourism service

Service cannot be universally great, but it should always be proactive and reflect the unique personality traits of the people in each destination, says...

Responsible relaxation

Located on southern Thailand’s west coast, Krabi is ramping up its green initiatives to offer travellers fun, yet sustainable, island experiences.

ASEAN’s progress report for tourism

Taking office in January for a five-year term, the new ASEAN Secretary-General Le Luong Minh will see the birth of the ASEAN Economic Community...

Cost-light and local boutique hotels

PEEK INTO THE FUTURE: In this section, Raini Hamdi asks industry leaders to pen their thoughts on what the future will bring. Here is...

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

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