Tags Health and Safety

Tag: Health and Safety

Malaysia hotels woo travellers with safety label

The Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH) has launched the first industry-wide hygiene and safety label in the country amid the Covid-19 pandemic to give...

Cruise giants form Covid-19 task force

Royal Caribbean Group (RCL) has teamed up with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) to assemble a panel of leading health experts who will oversee...

Explorer Dream gets infection prevention certificate

Genting Cruise Lines (GCL) has revealed that Dream Cruises' Explorer Dream is the world's first cruise ship to receive the Certification in Infection Prevention...

Bali tourism operators get safety nod prior to reopening

As Bali prepares to welcome domestic tourists back, tourism players in the destination are required by authorities to obtain health and safety accreditation, as...

Laguna Phuket certified safe destination

Banyan Tree Group’s integrated resort, Laguna Phuket, has been awarded the Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration (SHA) certificates by the Tourism Authority of...

TripAdvisor enhances listings with travel security features

With cleanliness becoming the most important consideration in travel planning, TripAdvisor has enhanced its existing ratings and review system through its new Travel Safe...

Will a digital health passport help us fly again?

National governments in Asia, Australia and Europe have rolled out contact-tracing apps to curb the spread of Covid-19 on home soil, but what if similar technology could be harnessed in the skies and effectively bring the travel industry back to life?

Hygiene highest priority for travellers: Skyscanner survey

Global travellers looking to book holiday accommodation in the post-Covid era prioritise sanitation and hygiene over price and location, according to a Skyscanner survey. The...

Changi Airport deploys touch-free tech

Contactless check-in kiosks, as well as facial and iris recognition for immigration clearance, are part of heightened safety measures rolled out by Changi Airport,...

Charting a course for recovery

The cruise tourism industry has taken a beating from the combined impacts of Covid-19’s tourism freeze and negative media reports on infections onboard – tough times that Cruise Lines International Association is helping its community to navigate through with enhanced education, government advocacy and careful planning with medical experts. Managing director Australasia & Asia, Joel Katz details how

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