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Sri Lankan tourism growing, ambitious targets for 2024

Tourism is growing in Sri Lanka, after multiple crises in the past five years, and well on target to achieve the ambitious 2.3 million...

Surf’s up for Hawaii in 2024

Conditions of the waves are good for Hawaii – Jeff Wagoner, president and CEO of Outrigger Hospitality Group, shares about how 2024 will be a stronger year and the group is ready to ride them

Removal of visa restrictions boosts China inbound bookings: DidaTravel

DidaTravel has revealed data that reflects a positive impact for inbound travel to China following the recent visa exemption announcement. China recently announced a new...

Klook completes US$210 million funding, embarks on a new era of...

Klook has successfully completed a US$210 million financing, supporting business growth and fortifying financial stability. The equity round is led by Bessemer Venture Partners, with...

UNWTO data shows international tourism to end 2023 close to 90...

International tourism is on track to recover almost 90 per cent of pre-pandemic levels by the end of this year, according to the latest...

PATA-ForwardKeys webinar reveals travel predictions for Asia-Pacific in 2024

Asia is “bouncing back at an impressive rate” and is expected to recover to nearly 80 per cent of 2019 levels by year-end, down...

Stakeholders urge Sri Lankan government to fast-track global marketing campaign

Tourism players, including the biggest operator of hotels in Sri Lanka, have urged the government to fast-track a much-delayed global marketing campaign to adequately...

Cruising back to Asia-Pacific

Asia-Pacific’s cruise industry is enjoying a strong revival in 2022-2023, and will likely welcome an upbeat 2024, given the gradual return of cruise lines to the region, according to Chart Management Consultants’ research findings that were shared during the recent Seatrade Cruise Asia Pacific conference in Hong Kong.

Indian outbound on a roll

Rajeev Kale, president & country head – Holidays, MICE, Visa, Thomas Cook India says that Indian outbound tourism demand has surpassed pre-pandemic levels and is set to grow even more once air connectivity and visa processes improve

Staff exodus weakens Sri Lanka’s hotel industry recovery potential

A combination of poor local economic performance in Sri Lanka and the lure of better paying jobs elsewhere has forced skilled hospitality staff to...

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