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Asia/Singapore Wednesday, 31st May 2023
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Tag: Travel Recovery

Singapore expects to welcome up to six million visitors this year

The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has forecasted international visitor arrivals (IVA) to be between four to six million visitors this year, following the city’s...

LaoSafe initiative puts Laos on the road to recovery

To build international visitor confidence in the destination, Laos has implemented LaoSafe, a nationwide initiative designed to create a world-class health and hygiene system...

Japanese travel volume to grow this summer

Japan’s outbound travel will spike this summer while domestic travel will reach almost pre-pandemic levels, according to surveys by two of Japan’s largest travel...

Strong appetite for international leisure in Asia despite travel anxieties

Despite setting foot into a post-Covid world with easing restrictions, the travel ecosystem continues to be in a state of flux. A new study...

US visitors lead travel recovery in South-east Asia

ForwardKeys latest data released June 16 shows visitors from the US are returning in substantially greater numbers to South-east Asia despite the region lagging...

Tourism recovery gains momentum as restrictions ease and confidence returns

According to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, international tourism saw a 182% year-on-year increase in January-March 2022, with destinations worldwide welcoming an estimated...

Reimagining the future of travel and hospitality

As travel makes a comeback, Prantik Mazumdar, managing director, CXM Group of dentsu Singapore shares six ways to help brands reimagine a stronger future for travel and hospitality

ForwardKeys see rising flight bookings to APAC, strong demand from Australia

Travel intelligence company ForwardKeys is seeing a growing number of flight tickets issued for travel to key Asia-Pacific destinations as more nations in the...

Tell the world we’re coming home

After a lengthy hibernation prescribed for Covid-19 and the travel freeze, hotels in Asia are starting to welcome back their guests. We find out how three hotels are making their journey back to hospitality business

Will 2022 be the year of travel?

After two years of border closures and international travel restrictions, people are excited to get away. So much so, they are willing to forgo entertainment, shopping and even self-care for six months or longer to travel, finds Jen Catto, chief marketing officer at Travelport

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