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Articles tagged “asia monthly”

Tourism

China Eases Visa Rules for U.S. Tourists

China's opening up, but if the airlines don’t step up their flight game, we might be looking at even crazier airfare hikes with all these eager travelers.

China Eases Visa Rules for U.S. Tourists

Tourism

Here’s the Travel Impact After Japan Issues Tsunami Warnings

The impact of the earthquake is likely to be extensive, affecting transportation and communication, emphasizing the importance of preparedness.

Here’s the Travel Impact After Japan Issues Tsunami Warnings

Tourism

South Korea Launches Digital Nomad Visa. Coming Soon: Visas for K-Pop Fans

South Korea has its eyes on steady earners with a $66,000 income bar for digital nomads. If it is looking to attract 20 million visitors, it might be time to spice things up a bit more with that K-Culture visa.

South Korea Launches Digital Nomad Visa. Coming Soon: Visas for K-Pop Fans

Tourism

Taylor Swift’s Singapore Concert Sparks Tourism Boom in Southeast Asia

For an events-led tourism destination like Singapore, the Taylor Swift concert has been music to the coffers, errr… ears!

Taylor Swift’s Singapore Concert Sparks Tourism Boom in Southeast Asia

Online Travel

EbixCash Says Parent Company’s Bankruptcy Won’t Affect Operations

While it's business as usual for EbixCash, it remains to seen if this will further delay the company's IPO launch.

EbixCash Says Parent Company’s Bankruptcy Won’t Affect Operations

Tourism

How India Can Become a Hub for Digital Nomads

India's inbound tourism numbers aren't impressive. Bringing in digital nomads could give it a boost, but the country would first need to address infrastructural challenges.

How India Can Become a Hub for Digital Nomads

Airlines

India’s SpiceJet Confirms Bid to Acquire Bankrupt Carrier GoFirst

SpiceJet's bid to acquire GoFirst signals a strategic move to strengthen its market position. However, the carrier's own operational and financial hurdles may pose integration challenges.

India’s SpiceJet Confirms Bid to Acquire Bankrupt Carrier GoFirst

News Blog

Nepal to Host First-Ever LGBTQ+ Tourism Conference in January

Nepal will be hosting its inaugural LGBTQ+ tourism conference next month with the goal of establishing the country as an inclusive and welcoming destination for sexual minorities. Scheduled for January 18 in Kathmandu, the two-day conference follows a landmark decision last month, making the Himalayan nation the first in South Asia to legalize same-sex marriage.…

Online Travel

Trip.com: Easy Visa Rules Would Lift Chinese Travel

The Chinese travelers have changed and destinations that want them to visit, need to pay attention to what they want and how they can cater to them.

Trip.com: Easy Visa Rules Would Lift Chinese Travel

News Blog

Sri Lanka Launches First Global Tourism Campaign in 16 Years

Sri Lanka has finally announced its plans to roll out its global tourism marketing campaign urging tourists “You’ll Come Back For More,” marking the first such campaign since 2007.   Skift had earlier highlighted the country's 16-year gap in robust tourism promotion. The country had developed a comprehensive consumer campaign in 2021, which had then…