TTG Asia
Asia/Singapore Tuesday, 7th February 2023

Temper expectations for return of China

China announced this week that it would scrap quarantine for foreign arrivals from Jan 8, 2023. It is big news, as China has maintained...

What hotels could learn from the co-living model

Be a technology player and let guests be – they know what they want, and have ways and devices (pun intended) to be the most authentic version of themselves when on the road

Right moves forward

Conversations at trade events for our industry have been gravitating most towards three areas – digitalisation, manpower pains, and sustainability. Naturally, these three topics...

Digitalising travel: Dreaming of a streamlined travel future

I dream of the day I can travel anywhere without a physical passport, where my official travel document is available as a secure app – just as my Singapore identity card is – and my face or my palm is my access key.

The talent challenge: It is time for the industry to emphasise...

The latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer recorded a 182 per cent year-on-year increase in international tourism for the January-March 2022 period, with destinations everywhere...

New yardsticks: Goodbye volume; hello quality dispersal and spend

It takes two to tango, so (destination developers and marketers) have been shaping the narrative the right way themselves, through messages that inspire meaningful, immersive and sustainable travel.

Love never ends: We can’t stop the war, but we can...

The travel and tourism industry has shown throughout the pandemic – the one crisis that has spared nobody – that selflessness prevails even when individuals and organisations are struggling for survival themselves

Groundhog Day: Omicron brings back recovery woes

Living with Covid should not be an endless chain of disruption, confusion, complexity and hopelessness, as some of the Omicron measures taken by anxious governments have made people feel.

A challenged recovery: Too many differences in Asia spoil the broth

Asia is one region but every nation is different in many ways, which makes a mutually agreed upon travel restart strategy challenging to achieve.

How will Thailand’s new tourism chapter be written?

Thailand's tourism history makes a dramatic tale of ups and downs. It is strong, having benefited from growth over the past five decades, but...

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