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Norwegian Cruise Line readies inspiring campaign for 2021

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is set for a new “emotion-driven” campaign come 2021, which will motivate Asian travellers towards a cruise holiday. This comes on...

Sustainable tourism a big drawcard for luxury travellers

Tourism players are being urged not to forget sustainability amid the pandemic as research reveals it remains a top priority for luxury travellers. Speaking at...

GTEF 2020 to bring tourism innovation into focus

The Global Tourism Economy Forum (GTEF) - Macao 2020 will be held in a hybrid format on December 9, with a focus on the...

Deutsche Hospitality brings Steigenberger to China

Deutsche Hospitality is set to open a pair of Steigenberger-branded hotels in Haiyan on the South China Sea coast at the start of 2022. Situated...

Queensland lures interstate visitors with major tourism blitz

The Queensland government has rolled out a major tourism campaign in the state's largest domestic tourism markets as its border reopens to New South...

Vietnam, Laos resume flights

Vietnam and Laos have restarted commercial flights between the two countries, following months of suspension due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The inaugural flight between Hanoi...

The First IHG hotel in East Malaysia

Brought to you by Holiday Inn Express Kota Kinabalu City CentreThe first IHG hotel in East Malaysia is set to open in December 2020....

The way forward

RIU believes adaptability is key to coming out stronger in the face of challenges.

Scratching the travel itch

As more countries float the idea of regional travel bubbles, hyper-localised and short-haul travel look set to pave the way for tourism recovery, with businesses adapting their strategies to create more intimate and secure experiences. Pamela Chow finds out more.

Maintaining presence

Seoul has a variety of ways to stay top-of-mind among its global audience during this pandemic.