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Asia/Singapore Sunday, 27th November 2022

Why are DMCs so hot now?

What’s exciting for me is this criss-crossing of DMC acquisitions – India into Asia, Japan into Europe, Middle East into Asia.

Next 50 years of ASEAN tourism

What’s needed is the reverse: convincing governments of the need to protect their country from tourism...

2019 travel trends in pictures: how Instagram inspires and changes travel

As 2018 came to a close and year-end holiday travel hit a global high, I was treated to a non-stop visual feast of travel...

The robots are coming – and why tech still needs a...

We’re living in such exciting times now. Travel technology continues to evolve at a dizzying pace which, aided by connectivity, artificial intelligence (AI), automation,...

Have tech, will travel: can travel startup unicorns fly in SE...

In just a few years since its 2012 launch in Malaysia, Singapore-based ride-hailing giant Grab has expanded to eight countries and become South-east Asia’s...

Giving Pattaya a second chance

Pattaya’s historical baggage should not be a life sentence. The much-maligned city has shown determination in wanting to rise from the shadows of its unsavoury past...

Celebrating 45 years of TTG Asia: Bringing travel and people to...

Everything that we know about travel today, from driverless cars to navigating airports with the help of humanoid robots to big data anticipating our...

The joy of moveable assets; but show me the meaning of...

One of the biggest advantages of cruise companies that struck me the other day – like ships passing in the night – is that...

Dirty thoughts of ASEAN

Will it come to the day when health concerns related to bathing in cesspools will force tour operators to conduct their own assessments?

Personalisation made right: The art of making travellers feel at home

Personalisation, a concept that lies at the very heart of the travel industry, is no longer a trend but an obligation, as every player...

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