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Booking.com, Amadeus partner to streamline payment process

Travel agencies reserving Booking.com accommodations through the Amadeus Travel Platform can now choose to process payment using a wider range of virtual cards from...

Seven predictions for the creative reimagination of travel in 2023: Booking.com

People around the world are feeling more optimistic about travelling in 2023 compared to 2022 and, despite some current instability felt globally, nearly three...

Booking.com, CHOOOSE join forces to promote mindful travel

Booking.com and CHOOOSE have partnered as part of their shared vision to increase traveller awareness about the carbon implications of their trips and enable...

Booking.com teams up with Klook to broaden experience offering

Two OTAs, Booking.com and Klook, have agreed to a long-term partnership that allows travellers to access Klook attractions and experiences directly on Booking.com. Travellers can...

OTAs push their boundaries to thrive in post-lockdown era

The past decade’s explosive growth path, coupled with soaring demand for digital-first experiences to accommodate changing consumer behaviours and purchasing patterns, have presented OTAs with many opportunities.

Asia, Oceania voice travel concerns despite eagerness to explore the world

Booking.com launched its inaugural APAC Travel Confidence Index, providing a snapshot of how confident consumers feel about exploring the world again, as well as...

Eco badges a boon for travellers seeking transparency

Travellers now require higher levels of transparency from companies in terms of their environmental performance, as shown in a poll by GlobalData. Almost 75 per...

Booking.com reveals the trends shaping sustainable travel in 2022

Booking.com has released new research on April 14, with insights gathered from more than 30,000 travellers across 32 countries and territories including Singapore, highlighting...

A confidence challenge

Post-lockdown travel requires greater planning ahead but stakeholders are confident that good destination marketing and eased restrictions will help to build back travel confidence. By Rachel AJ Lee

Industry players urge coordinated border controls

Tourism stakeholders reiterated the urgent need for a coordinated approach to cross-border travel in order to support a stable travel and tourism recovery. Speaking at...

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