BANGKOK, 29 March 2019: Airbnb reports it has reached the half billion-guest milestone with earnings of USD65 billion on the platform worldwide since the company was founded. Over 75 cities worldwide have now hosted...
LONDON, 27 March 2019: Japan retains the position of third largest travel and tourism economy in the world according to the latest WTTC research released last week. In 2018, travel and tourism contributed JPY40,604.2 billion...
SINGAPORE, 27 March 2019:  Two Asian destinations, Bali and Phuket, made it to TripAdvisor’s Top 10 Travellers’ Choice Destinations in the World list. London topped the list followed by Paris and Rome in second and third...
SINGAPORE, 26 March 2019: Early 2019 performance levels and profitability fundamentals produce an unfavourable short to mid-term outlook for Kuala Lumpur’s hotel industry, according to data and analysis from STR. During the first two months of 2019,...
SHANGHAI, 25 March 2019: China is expected to become a driving force within the global adventure travel sector, according to recent findings of the ITB China Travel Trends Report. Acknowledging adventure travel is...
BANGKOK, 22 March 2019: Newly released booking data from Agoda suggests there is a stronger interest in booking overseas destination during the Songkran holiday week.   Traditionally Thais return to their hometowns for family reunions...
LONDON, 21 March 2019: A new survey reveals that well over a third of travellers have had to pay more to make alternative travel plans following a delayed flight. Compiled by Cirium, an aviation data and...
HONG KONG, 20 March 2019: CWT Solutions Group, the consulting arm of CWT travel management platform, forecasts global average ticket prices for air bookings will drop to around USD673 by April, down just over 4% from February levels.
BANGKOK, 20 March 2019: A new tailor-made trips service from Rough Guides helps older travellers with a spirit of adventure to travel without the ‘rough bits’. While most ‘adventure’ travel information targets young backpackers, recent...
SEATTLE, 19 March 13, 2019: Eighty-seven percent of tour operators engaged in the adventure travel industry currently work with travel agents noting agents offer a “new sales channel,” according to new research published by the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA).