Social distancing and work-from-home arrangements have severe impacts on team communications and relationships, making teambuilding programmes more critical than ever.
As Asian destinations rise from the ashes post-pandemic, they nurse a fiery desire to rebuild more responsibly and sustainably so that tourism will uplift local communities while entertaining visitors. By TTG Asia reporters.
International travel may have slowed down, but certainly not destination developments. Fun attractions are bubbling up across major tourism destinations in Asia, ready for the return of travellers, discover TTG Asia reporters.
Against a backdrop of ongoing travel restrictions, most Asian luxury markets are choosing to travel within their home base while keeping overseas travel dreams alive, discover TTG Asia Luxury reporters.
New Clark City and the province of Bohol are making strides in establishing the Philippines as a preferred tourist destination, while pushing for sustainable and responsible tourism development.
Quarantine-free access between Macau and Mainland China, made possible by Macau’s containment of the Covid-19 pandemic, is driving a promising tourism recovery for the Chinese autonomous region. By Prudence Lui.
The pandemic’s work-from-home movement has nudged consumers into the arms of work-friendly hospitality spaces, presenting an unexpected boon to players in the long-stay market. Now, daytime workcation packages have become a life buoy for Asia’s serviced residences, reports Pamela Chow.
Vegan tourism has emerged as a special interest segment gaining traction in recent years. With that, more vegan-friendly options are sprouting up on the tourism scene as travel brands hunger after a piece of the meat-free pie. Cheryl Ong examines the flourishing trend.
No longer a forgotten part of Indonesia’s tourism history, the regencies of Wonosobo and Banyumas are gaining new likes for their adventure and nature offerings, aided by improved road access.