TTG Asia
Asia/Singapore Tuesday, 27th February 2024
Tags Covid-19 Recovery

Tag: Covid-19 Recovery

Australia rolls out the carpet for working holidaymakers

Working holidaymakers create the virtuous cycle of earning and spending within the country Government and hospitality companies are rolling out programmes to entice...

Tourism recovery gains momentum as restrictions ease and confidence returns

According to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, international tourism saw a 182% year-on-year increase in January-March 2022, with destinations worldwide welcoming an estimated...

TTG Conversations: Five Questions with Alison Gilmore

After three long years of disruption, ILTM Asia Pacific is ready to return to an in-person format, and eagerness for face-to-face interaction among luxury...

Rising cost of travel dampens Indonesians’ travel intentions

Price of travel and accommodation are major determining factors for travel among Indonesians, more than health risk and travel restrictions, according to the latest...

Singapore travellers not deterred by rising cost of travel

Leisure travel is roaring back, and despite more expensive airfares and lodging costs, travel intent among outbound Singaporeans remains strong in coming months. In Tripadvisor’s...

Back to business

Tourism is stirring back to life, and Cambodia Airports has thrown its full weight behind the kingdom’s efforts to regain visitors. Chief commercial officer Stephen King sheds light on the organisation's approach to new markets, airport expansion, marketing plans and the country's rebound

Philippines scrapping of Covid pre-departure tests met with cheer

Tourism stakeholders in the Philippines have lauded the removal of pre-departure RT-PCR Covid test requirement for fully vaccinated travellers to the Philippines, believing it...

Updated entry rules for Thailand get mixed reactions

Thailand will retire the on-arrival quarantine requirement for all travellers today (June 1) and simplify procedures related to the Thailand Pass. With the change, foreign...

Anxiety hits Japan’s DMCs as country welcomes back leisure tourists

With information appearing in dribs and drabs, and only from what they read in the media, Japan's DMCs say they are being sidelined from the country's leisure travel opening next month

Japan to ease border restrictions further from June 10

Following on from a trial reopening in May to permit small group tours from four countries, Japan is now set to allow entry of...

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