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Asia/Singapore Wednesday, 17th August 2022
Tags Community-based Tourism

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Trans Bhutan Trail reopens with new tours that support local communities

Bhutan will reopen its historic and sacred Trans Bhutan Trail for the first time in 60 years on September 28, following two years of...

UNWTO summit spotlights tourism efforts that help communities thrive

From the development of a language app to help South Koreans communicate with foreign guests, to homestays in the Maldives to support locals, several...

International Women’s Day: working through the community

Since its inception in 1990, Ping Anchorage Travel & Tours has fashioned its tours in Malaysia to channel income to local women, by way...

International Women’s Day: empowering women everywhere

The Travel Corporation (TTC) has women empowerment programmes that touch not only its workforce but also the communities it interacts with through its tourism...

Seeding a promise of growth for all

Four travel industry veterans with over two decades of combined experience in destination management have come together to rebuild Thailand’s tourism industry in a...

Planeterra kicks off fundraising challenge

Planeterra has launched the Around the World Challenge to raise funds for community tourism enterprises that have been deeply impacted by the pandemic. From May...

Planeterra invites people to virtual trek for a cause

Planeterra Foundation has launched its first annual Planeterra Trek Challenge​ and is inviting the travel industry to join a virtual trek to Everest Base...

G Adventures pushes out five new community tourism projects

Adventure travel operator G Adventures and its non-profit partner Planeterra are rolling out five new projects with a focus on empowering women, youth and...

ASEAN NTOs should improve community-based project development, address overtourism: ATRA

In ASEAN Tourism Research Association’s (ATRA) meeting with regional NTOs on Monday, recommendations have been made to prioritise the well-being of local communities in...

Locals take the wheel

As Cambodia’s tourism landscape matures, more locals are taking the lead and devising innovative tours to give visitors a true taste of the country and help them discover outlying areas, while driving social and economic change at the same time. By Marissa Carruthers

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