SINGAPORE, 20 September 2019: Fires in the Amazon River region made headlines earlier this month spurring us to reflect on how we are destroying our planet and accelerating climate change.   This week the annual forest...
SINGAPORE, 18 September 2019: Travelling, as with any business endeavour, comes with risks. Flight delays, mass protests, natural disasters and even baggage theft are unforeseen threats that could turn a seemingly normal business travel trip into...
SINGAPORE, 13 September 2019: World tourism leaders met this week in St Petersburg for the annual UNWTO general assembly that pushed sustainability and innovation to the top of the agenda. The 23rd Session of...
SINGAPORE, 6 September 2019: When Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, says he is backing an effort to speed up sustainable tourism and reduce the impact travel has on the climate people listen. That’s because he has...
SINGAPORE, 30 August 2019: Trend spotters view Vietnam as the tourism destination to watch closely as the country strides forward to become a top tourism player in the Mekong Region. All the tell-tale signs...
SINGAPORE, 22 August 2019: Travellers will pay more to holiday in Malaysia when the country introduces a new departure tax on all airline travellers effective 1 September. But there is a glimmer of hope...
CHIANG RAI, 13 August 2019: Thailand’s Immigration Bureau’s latest move to strictly apply two clauses in the 1979 Immigration Law is upsetting expatriates living in Thailand. Over  5,000 of them signed a petition. That's...
CHIANG RAI, 9 August 2019: Plastic is a pain. We have all come to accept the plain fact that single-use plastics must go. Decades have passed since the first observant travel executive threw a tantrum,...
BANGKOK, 2 August 2019: World Animal Protection is campaigning to end elephant rides worldwide in an e-letter campaign launched in July. In this opinion feature presented by WAP, the agency praises ChangChill an elephant park in...
SINGAPORE, 1 August 2019; We might be forgiven for thinking Visit Year promotions are more trouble than they are worth.  A few countries hold on to them like precious life rafts hoping they will keep a tourism...