Sunday, 27th November 2022

A force for good

In response to travellers’ growing determination to travel responsibly, tourism players are making sustainable, guilt-free options more identifiable and accessible, discovers Karen Yue

Catch up with Gad Permata

The vice president of Adhouse Clarion Events recalls his entry into the events business and the many challenges that shape his love for bringing people together.

MICE aspirations

Focused marketing campaigns, and heavy investment into carving out new business events venues and meeting spaces, are contributing to Monaco’s business events edge post-lockdown.

Visions of the future

Scattered with the remnants of the Lanna civilisation, historical Chiang Mai also boasts top-class MICE facilities, a welcoming atmosphere, and a cooler climate.

Bringing back the magic

New Zealand’s southern regions are bursting with inspiration for business events after a long hiatus, and not all for pandemic reasons.

Look to the North

The Northern Territory is working to woo back international business and pick up the momentum it was building before the pandemic hit.

More to the Maldives

amous for romantic getaways and honeymoons, the Maldives is gaining popularity as a family destination.

Regional foray

Australia’s tourism engines have been in high gear since lockdowns ended, but international travel has not fully returned to the Hunter Region. Stakeholders are confident that numbers will increase as traveller confidence improves.

Co-living gets crowded

The pandemic has shown stronger value in extended stay business, with the co-living model in particular attracting investors big and small. Raini Hamdi finds out how sustainable this trend is in Asia

Back in the game

Koh Samui, known as Thailand’s posh island, gains even more glitter, as new restaurants, beach clubs, activities and premium resorts continue to open across the destination.

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