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Adventure travel in India fast catching on with travellers

Travellers are developing a taste for an adventure in India, with a study conducted by India's major experiential travel booking platform, Thrillophilia, revealing a...

Mobile payment gains momentum for China’s tech-savvy travellers

As travel expenditure of Chinese tourists pick up, so too have mobile payments, with a recent survey showing 65 per cent of Chinese tourists...

Japan, Taiwan close in on Singapore as top non-OIC destinations for...

Japan and Taiwan have raced into the top five in a ranking of non-Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) destinations in Asia for Muslim travellers,...

Surging arrivals to Vietnam buoys outlook for Hanoi hotel sector

The rapid growth in international tourist arrivals to Vietnam has contributed to a positive short- to mid-term outlook for the Hanoi hotel industry, STR...

Chinese New Year travel bookings up 11 per cent: ForwardKeys

Asia-Pacific looks set to be the biggest beneficiary from the greater numbers of Chinese travelling abroad during the Lunar New Year, according to ForwardKeys. Daily...

Study finds HZMB brings in higher-spending tourists to Macau

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) has been bringing high-spending visitors to Macau, according to a recent study by Hong Kong-based marketing research firm CSG...

Still room for hotels growth in Singapore to meet ‘frustrated demand’

Concerns over the large supply of hotel rooms in Singapore has receded amid stronger tourist arrivals and stabilising corporate demand driven by firmer economic...

Air passenger numbers expected to surge to new high

IATA projects air passenger numbers globally would reach a historical high of over four billion this year, and grow a further 5.6 per cent...

Global air travel soars to new high in 2017: ICAO

The global aviation industry carried a record 4.1 billion passengers on scheduled services in 2017, a 7.1 per cent increase over 2016, according to...

Edgy Chinese millennials push boundaries of international travel: Hotels.com

Chinese millennials born after 1990 are especially pushing the boundaries of international travel, increasing their travel expenditure by a staggering 80% in the past...

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