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Articles tagged “asia monthly”

Tourism

Weak Yen Drives Japan’s Record-Breaking Tourist Arrivals

The depreciation of the Japanese yen against major currencies, particularly the U.S. dollar, has played a pivotal role in driving unprecedented levels of tourist arrivals to Japan.

Weak Yen Drives Japan’s Record-Breaking Tourist Arrivals

Tourism

Chinese Tourists Continue Love Affair With Iceland, Kazakhstan is New Favorite

Think Iceland was an unexpected favorite for Chinese tourists, what would you say about Kazakhstan?

Chinese Tourists Continue Love Affair With Iceland, Kazakhstan is New Favorite

Tourism

Maldives Tries to Win Back Indian Tourists As Arrivals Fall 40%

While Maldives enjoys record-breaking arrivals, its tourism companies aren't about to let the Indian market keep falling. They're on a mission to reverse the trend.

Maldives Tries to Win Back Indian Tourists As Arrivals Fall 40%

Airlines

Vistara CEO’s Message To Worried Staff: You’ll Have Clarity By June

Vistara employees are seeking greater clarity about how their roles might look within the soon-to-be merged airline.

Vistara CEO’s Message To Worried Staff: You’ll Have Clarity By June

Meetings

Incentive Travel Is Growing in India as a Performance Booster

If employees were given a choice between receiving a gift voucher or a "Well done!" from their bosses during an incentive trip, which do you think they'd pick?

Incentive Travel Is Growing in India as a Performance Booster

Airlines

Vistara’s CEO Weighs In As Cancellations Mount and Pilots Protest

It could be a cruel summer for Indian aviation if the situation at Vistara doesn't improve.

Vistara’s CEO Weighs In As Cancellations Mount and Pilots Protest

Tourism

China’s Outbound Tourism is Changing, Female Travelers Are Leading the Way

The evolving demographics of Chinese outbound travel shows a jump in younger female travelers. This shift will have important implications for how businesses approach their marketing strategies and the kind of products on offer.

China’s Outbound Tourism is Changing, Female Travelers Are Leading the Way

Meetings

Dubai Launches Recognition Program for Indian Meetings Agents

India's growing prominence in outbound MICE presents a significant opportunity that Dubai aims to leverage. The new recognition program targeting Indian intermediaries will definitely push agencies to promote Dubai as a preferred MICE destination.

Dubai Launches Recognition Program for Indian Meetings Agents

Tourism

Singapore’s Push for Indian Tourists: 3 Deals in 3 Days

In just the first three days of April, Singapore Tourism Board has already dropped three announcements about teaming up with Indian companies, a clear sign of India's growing significance.

Singapore’s Push for Indian Tourists: 3 Deals in 3 Days

Hotels

Radisson Debuts Luxury Brand in India, More New Hotels To Follow

A major player in India’s tier-1 markets, Radisson isn't neglecting the potential of tier 2 and tier 3 cities in the country. The hotel group is strategically expanding across various market tiers, maintaining a balanced approach.

Radisson Debuts Luxury Brand in India, More New Hotels To Follow