Making memories: familial interactions during trips matter

Singapore has been in what I call a tender lockdown since April 7. The government has ordered suspension of most business operations and closure...

A misunderstood generation

Millennials are a much-maligned and misunderstood generation. I’m saying this not because I myself and many of my colleagues and friends are millennials. For...

The other side of C-19: Expediting digital and business transformation

Between the human survival instinct of fight or flight, some travel companies have chosen to fight back in innovative ways.

Hate matters: Anti-Asian Hate is influencing travel intentions

Unlike the AAPI community who has to face the problem at home, the Asian travelling community has a choice of where they want to holiday. And they will very likely pick somewhere safe and welcoming.

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,...

The real icon of Singapore tourism

The real icon of Singapore tourism is not the the SkyPark pillared by three towers, or the water-spouting Merlion before it, or the Vanda...

Data’s the new black for travel

Data needs to be combined with the human touch to deliver the best of the man-machine symbiosis...

Appreciating Philippine tourism achievements through the work of TPB’s Susan del...

Even as Susan del Mundo recently retired after 40 years with the Tourism Promotions Board (TPB), the learnings on destination marketing that she accumulated...

Home is where the trip is

A heartwarming trend this Chinese New Year (CNY) is a rise in family trips among mainland Chinese travellers, which augurs well for the industry. According...

Decoding a coup

Clearly, there’s a wide gap between how Thai sellers and buyers perceive a military intervention in Thailand. The former sees it as a measure...

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