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Asia/Singapore Saturday, 8th October 2022
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Tag: Sustainable Travel

Trip.com’s Sustainable Travel Consumer Report underlines importance of sustainable travel

Trip.com Group's inaugural Sustainable Travel Consumer Report 2022 sheds light on the increased acceptance of sustainable travel and its implications for the travel industry...

Young, hip and very clean

At 60 years old, Contiki continues to be the trendiest tour company for young ones, with fingers on top spots and experiences. Now, it boasts 100 per cent carbon neutral trips. Adam Armstrong, global CEO, Contiki, takes Karen Yue through the company’s progress.

A new perspective

Hotels and tour operators are weaving Indonesia’s nature, culture and heritage into new experiences for travellers, discovers Mimi Hudoyo

The Travel Corporation 2021 progresses on sustainability front

The Travel Corporation’s (TTC) first official Impact Report released May 18 detailed progress against its 11 sustainability goals launched in September 2020. Since the launch...

Cruise community commits to continued sustainability efforts as recovery presses on

Findings from a new consumer research led by Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) are painting a picture of resilience in the cruise community, with...

Google records spike in travel searches, strong interest in longer stays,...

Intra-regional travel in South-east Asia has gained momentum with travellers eager to make up for lost time, observes Google, as it shares new travel...

Eco badges a boon for travellers seeking transparency

Travellers now require higher levels of transparency from companies in terms of their environmental performance, as shown in a poll by GlobalData. Almost 75 per...

Booking.com reveals the trends shaping sustainable travel in 2022

Booking.com has released new research on April 14, with insights gathered from more than 30,000 travellers across 32 countries and territories including Singapore, highlighting...

AAPA commits to net zero emissions by 2050

The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has committed to net zero carbon emissions by 2050, surpassing the existing industry commitment to halve carbon...

TAT promotes low-carbon tourism

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) recently signed a MoU with the Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organisation (TGO) and the Thai Ecotourism and Adventure...

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