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Asia/Singapore Friday, 3rd February 2023
Tags Travel Recovery

Tag: Travel Recovery

Bright lights

Travel industry players expect recovery to pick up even more speed in 2023, but a looming recession and other operational challenges will continue to keep them on their toes. By Karen Yue, Marissa Carruthers and S Puvaneswary

UNWTO anticipates strong tourism recovery in 2023

After stronger than expected recovery in 2022, this year could see international tourism arrivals return to pre-pandemic levels in Europe and the Middle East. Based...

Temper expectations for return of China

China announced this week that it would scrap quarantine for foreign arrivals from Jan 8, 2023. It is big news, as China has maintained...

Travellers in Asia plan to travel in 2023 despite economic uncertainties:...

According to a new study by Klook, while almost four in five travellers in Asia are anxious about travelling in 2023, concerns around inflation...

Bookings boom as Japan reopens

Hotels and ryokans in Japan are seeing a surge in bookings for the coming autumn, winter and spring seasons following the country’s move last...

Asia-Pacific hotel occupancy moves towards recovery; strong outlook for 4Q2022

As countries in Asia-Pacific actively lift travel restrictions, Amadeus’ business intelligence data is showing strong recovery indicators for the remainder of 2022, and evidence...

Government cuts funding for Tourism Australia

Tourism Australia’s funding has been slashed by A$36 million (US$23.3 million) in the Albanese Budget. The reason for the cut was “due to the temporary...

Stop saying Asia is resilient as this time is different, warn...

While Asia is no stranger to crises and has always bounced back quickly, “this time is different”, warns Arup Raha, chief economist Asia of Oxford Economics, at the Hotel Investment Conference Asia-Pacific (HICAP) 2022 in Singapore last week.

Japan sets lofty inbound tourism spending target

Japan is eyeing greater spending by international travellers to revive its ailing tourism and hospitality sectors following the relaxation of the country’s border rules. Inbound...

Travel desire in India remains strong

Having restrained their wanderlust for more than two years, Indian consumers are leveraging every opportunity to leave home and explore new destinations, with travel...

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