Many pathways to success
Game-changing developments are opening up the tourism workforce to a greater mix of talents, but these have far from shrouded the better-trodden paths to...
Bridging the connectivity gap
A new bridge connecting cities in the Pearl River Delta is giving Macau’s tourism sector greater hope for more FIT arrivals and longer-staying visitors.
The days of inflated room rates in Yangon are over, as new hotels have opened up to ease the severe room crunch. Xinyi Liang-Pholsena...
Bitcoin: fad or future?
This P2P currency may not be taking over the world yet, but is one to watch as more travel companies mine its potential. By...
The dreary side of competition
S Puvaneswary looks at price slashing, depleting margins in Malaysia’s competitive inbound sector Intense competition from new entrants, along with weakening bookings from most major...
In a state of green
The Bicol Region is poised to become an ecotourism hub with its abundance of natural attractions and outdoor activites, but care must be taken...
Now arriving: A new generation of airport hotels
A new breed of airport hotels are evolving in parallel with the next-gen airports, shedding their utilitarian image in favour of sleek design, innovative...
Venturing farther afield
To stimulate greater international visitor traffic, the provinces of Gyeonggi and Gyeongsangnam are beefing up offerings and stepping up transportation connections with nearby gateway cities
Strengthening resilience in the face of disasters
In a country located along the Ring of Fire, it is vital for any tourism players operating in Indonesia need to possess keen awareness, knowledge and readiness to cope with natural disasters, says Budi Tirtawisata, group CEO, Panorama Group Indonesia
Growing to higher heights
A new crop of luxury properties is shaking up Hong Kong’s hospitality scene, but the more crowded marketplace will also bring a mixed bag of benefits to the trade, finds Prudence Lui