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The Standard’s Asia flagship aims to be hospitality landmark

Outstanding design, exciting dining and recreational experiences, as well as luxurious accommodation, come together to make The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon a unique property for Bangkok and the wider Asia region

Hilton brings LXR to South-east Asia

The first LXR-branded resort will make landfall in South-east Asia in late-2022, with the opening of a 72-key property perched on the limestone cliffs...

Four Seasons picked for new luxury hotel in Melbourne

Melbourne property developer, Beulah, has appointed Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts to manage the hotel within its new STH BNK By Beulah development. Four Seasons...

Luxury travel in the post-pandemic world

Mike Harlow, general manager of bespoke travel operator Scott Dunn, predicts luxury travel trends for 2022

Wild wonders

Hokkaido is banking on her great outdoors to win back Western and Australasian markets.

Luxury travellers desire the meaningful and memorable

Bart Buiring, chief sales and marketing officer – Asia Pacific for Marriott International, explores how expectations from luxury travellers are quickly evolving

Singapore market sees positive shift in outbound appetite

Travel companies in Singapore are reporting a promising uptick in outbound travel interest and bookings over the past few weeks, with western destinations earning the bulk of attention, since the city-state government shared plans for an endemic transition on July 26.

Gold in these hills

In authoring the new Asia Pacific and the Global Travel Recovery report for ILTM Asia Pacific, Winston Chesterfield, founder of strategic consulting firm Barton, confirms that this region remains critical for the continued expansion of the global luxury travel and tourism industry. He tells Karen Yue why.

Into the woods

Seven Seas Grandeur, the sixth luxury cruise vessel to join Regent Seven Seas Cruises in 4Q2023, has unveiled sneak peeks of its signature specialty restaurant Compass Rose.

High hopes among Japan’s luxury travel sector for 2022 rebound

With Japan's borders closed to most nations, the country's high-end inbound tourism is not expected to bounce back until 2022 at the earliest, predicts...

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