Travel recovery in Asia | ITIJ

Amy Stewart

Keep on reading Alysia Cameron Davies discusses the needs of digital nomads from an international health insurance cover perspective, and shares insights from experts about how they have responded to customer demands Read More 3 May 2022 Alysia Cameron-Davies A voyage of rediscovery Over the past several months, we’ve heard […]

Singapore Tourism Leading the Change in Tourism Recovery

Amy Stewart

Singapore Tourism Board (STB) concluded a panel discussion on the topic ‘Singapore Tourism on the pathway tourism recovery’ at the 29th edition of SATTE (South Asia’s Travel & Tourism Exchange) held at the India Expo Mart, Greater Noida, Delhi-NCR. The discussion was part of Singapore’s larger narrative of SingapoReimagine recovery […]

Marriott: Large Cos. Lag SMEs Amid Q1 Corp. Travel Recovery

Amy Stewart

Marriott International’s first-quarter U.S. business transient demand gained momentum, with March recovery having a notable uptick, the company reported Wednesday during an earnings call. Marriott’s small- and medium-sized clients recovered to full travel volumes compared to first quarter 2019, according to CEO Anthony Capuano, but larger clients continued to lag. […]

JLL: Luxury Jakarta, Bali hotels in recovery state

Amy Stewart

The Potato Head Beach Club in Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia is designed akin to an open amphitheater with day beds and swim-up bars. THE JAKARTA POST Top hotels in Jakarta and Bali are recovering from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the travel restrictions imposed in response, an industry study […]

Easing travel restrictions spur hotels recovery

Amy Stewart

Support for recovery Still, this upward trend is a welcome sign for the sector after nearly two years. During this time, the government has doled out support through various means to keep hotels afloat. Hotel taxes in 10 of the country’s top tourism destinations were waived for six months as […]

5 Signs of Travel’s Continued Recovery

Amy Stewart

With restrictions and lockdowns easing around the world, the travel industry is hopeful that 2022 will be a banner year for travel. While the emergence of the Omicron variant kept many people from traveling in the fourth quarter of 2021, it did not stop them from dreaming about — and […]