Monday, 27th March 2023

A dual proposition

BESarawak wants to attract more business events to the state by offering a legacy impact and better sustainability awareness. By S Puvaneswary

A new level of wellness

Bali, loved as a haven for health and wellness experience, has reinvented itself to offer even more specialised programmes, discovers Mimi Hudoyo

Singapore by design

From projects by renowned architects to snazzy interiors and made-by-locals creative concepts, the country has no shortage of attractions to entice design aficionados, discovers Low Shi Ping

Tourism beyond the Taj Mahal

Known for the globally famed monument, Uttar Pradesh looks to diversify its tourism offerings and promote lesser-known experiences and products of the state

Up close and personal

The Philippines is inviting visitors to discover the days of old while embracing the future. By Rosa Ocampo

Gems of the region

These lesser-known destinations in Asia are brimming with unique offerings for those who seek the unusual and yet-to-be-discovered

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

Going for green

Jeju’s sustainable efforts are helping to strengthen its business events industry.

Meeting place of the future

Wellington has embraced and respected its environment, and put sustainability at the forefront of its future plans, ensuring the city’s business events industry will also be able to thrive in the long run.

Walking the sustainability talk

Companies are establishing a number of stringent policies to propel the business events and travel industry forward on its sustainability journey.

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