Articles tagged “food”

Hotels

What Potato Head’s Founder Couldn’t Tell Me in 25 Minutes On Stage

Ronald Akili, founder of Potato Head, barely scratched the surface of his work when he joined us on stage at Skift Global Forum. So we explore some of the other design and sustainability initiatives happening in Bali here.

What Potato Head’s Founder Couldn’t Tell Me in 25 Minutes On Stage

Tourism

Food Tourism Is the Perfect Entrée for Greener Travel

It’s Earth Day 2022, marking yet another year on this planet with our outward cries on climate change and way too empty preachings on practicing sustainability. We all know for greener travel, change starts from the top down, or in the case of food tourism, from the Earth up. So ... who is really doing something?

Food Tourism Is the Perfect Entrée for Greener Travel

Tourism

New Swedish Museum Is Betting Tourists Will Flock to Gross Food

Some museums have been leaders in emerging tourism trends in recent years. Those trends include travelers' fascination for strange, even disgusting, experiences that they can't get at home.

New Swedish Museum Is Betting Tourists Will Flock to Gross Food

Business Travel

Hotels Raise the Stakes for Exclusive Experiences

Getting exclusive access for guests is becoming a key differentiator for the very best hotels.

Hotels Raise the Stakes for Exclusive Experiences

Tourism

Special Parts Unknown Episode Reflects on Anthony Bourdain’s Impact on Food and Travel

We don't quite have the words to describe the overwhelming mark Bourdain left on the travel industry and world. But we will say that he helped change the conversation about what traveling should look like, what we should get out of it, and how we should feed ourselves along the way.

Special Parts Unknown Episode Reflects on Anthony Bourdain’s Impact on Food and Travel

Media and PR

Television Host Anthony Bourdain Is Dead at 61

Anthony Bourdain's impact on travel and food really can't be measured.

Television Host Anthony Bourdain Is Dead at 61

Airlines

Airlines Are Counting on Trump to Reduce Regulations

IATA, a global airline industry trade group, would prefer politicians and regulators not meddle too much with the commercial decisions of airlines. That's a fine position, but perhaps a certain amount of regulation is OK. Consumers should be protected.

Airlines Are Counting on Trump to Reduce Regulations

Tourism

Chefs as Destination Ambassadors Appeal to Travelers’ Foodie Obsessions

They say one of the best ways to get to know a place is through its food, and chefs have plenty of stories to tell that can resonate with travelers. There will be plenty of more such marketing campaigns served up in 2018.

Chefs as Destination Ambassadors Appeal to Travelers’ Foodie Obsessions

Tourism

Bangkok’s Famed Street Food Will Now Be Scarce When Tourists Visit the City

The military junta wants to take the soul out of Bangkok by ridding the city of street-food vendors. Do they know they are shooting themselves in the foot tourism-wise?

Bangkok’s Famed Street Food Will Now Be Scarce When Tourists Visit the City