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Asia/Singapore Wednesday, 6th July 2022

Experiences arms race heats up as long tail of tours &...

Tours and activities have been one of the longest tails in the travel industry, as the sector’s slow rate of online adoption is encumbered by challenges including fragmentation of small disconnected suppliers and buying habits of travellers...

Next 50 years of ASEAN tourism

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

Keeping TTG Asia in shape

People sometimes ask us, ‘How long has TTG Asia been in the market?’ And all the time, we’d be pausing and scratching our heads...

The future of ASEAN hotel industry

But while the future spells growth, a more meaningful yardstick lies in how the industry will overcome the talent shortage in the region...

Travelling with multi-gen tribes: bring the kids – and grandparents

Multi-generational travel is a strong and fast-growing trend that shows no sign of abating. According to the 2019 Virtuoso Luxe Report on the global...

Winning over the FIT family

While cruise specialists may benefit, other agents seeking to make some money from Asian family travel appear in for a rough ride.

Putting hospitality into hospitals

Hospitals should do more than following the hospitality sector’s lead in its client-centric approach; they should also look to successful hotels for lessons on...

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...

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...

When too much love can hurt

What can we do to travel sustainably? I’ll adopt my uncle’s cendol mantra – don’t follow the crowds.

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