TTG Asia
Asia/Singapore Sunday, 3rd July 2022
Tags Muslim Travellers

Tag: Muslim Travellers

Malaysia looks to develop common framework for Muslim-friendly tourism with Indonesia...

Malaysia is keen to collaborate with the travel industry in Indonesia and Thailand to develop a common set of Muslim-friendly tourism standards in hopes...

Indonesia develops plans to court post-pandemic Muslim tourists

Setting its sights to revive tourism to the country, Indonesia has put in place a slew of initiatives to capture a greater slice of...

Malaysia, Singapore ranked as most Muslim-friendly travel destinations

Malaysia and Singapore have come out tops once more in the list of most Muslim-friendly holiday destinations, according to the Mastercard-CrescentRating Global Muslim Travel...

APAC NTOs most online ready to tap halal travel market

When it comes to the availability of Muslim-friendly online travel resources provided by NTOs globally, those in Asia-Pacific continue to set a shining example,...

Safety, value-for-money top priorities for SE Asian Muslim travellers

Muslim travellers in South-east Asia prize safety and value-for-money above the availability of halal food and Muslim-friendly amenities when it comes to key factors...

KTO cooks up halal-themed videos to woo Muslim tourists

With international travel still largely off the table, Korea Tourism Organization remains hungry to stay connected with Muslim tourists and is serving up a...

A great place to stay

Serviced residence operators in Asia-Pacific that have readied their hardware and heartware for Muslim travellers are having their efforts paid off, winning over families, young couples and even business travellers.

The way to a Muslim traveller’s heart

Quality dining is a critical ingredient for an enjoyable trip, but not all destinations keen on attracting Muslim travellers have been able to score well in this aspect. TTG Asia reporters find out what four non-OIC destinations in the region are cooking up to win over a Muslim traveller’s heart and belly.

Young and curious

The female Muslim traveller profile is changing, presenting rich opportunities for destinations and tourism suppliers who know how to read the signs and take the right steps to be more welcoming.

Pushing for change

Fazal Bahardeen, the founder & CEO of pioneering halal travel consultancy CrescentRating, is on a mission to raise awareness around halal tourism among industry stakeholders. He tells Karen Yue that the world is a more welcoming place today for Muslim travellers but several travel pain points still remain.

Tried and Tested

Hot Deals

What to Buy Now