Articles tagged “laos”

Tourism

Battered Asia Travel Sector Exits High Season to Regroup for Eventual Recovery

It’s likely to get worse before it gets better for the Asian tourism industry. But forward-thinking players will know to take advantage of the current downtime to meet the pent-up demand for travel once recovery comes — which may not be far off.

Battered Asia Travel Sector Exits High Season to Regroup for Eventual Recovery

Tourism

Asian Tourism Investment Looks Promising Through 2026, But Challenges Loom

As the world's fastest-growing region for tourism it's a good sign that some Asian countries can expect to see healthy travel and tourism investment during the next 10 years. But a number of factors could alter these projections, particularly the Chinese market, as more global tourism trends are tested in this region.

Asian Tourism Investment Looks Promising Through 2026, But Challenges Loom

Tourism

UNESCO World Heritage Sites and the Downside of Cultural Tourism

Destinations are realizing that tourism management is an essential part of a good quality of life for residents. It's just that not many destinations make wise decisions when the promise of tourism profits make wise choices less attractive.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites and the Downside of Cultural Tourism

Airlines

Lessons from Laos for Southeast Asia’s Booming Aviation Industry

The region's facilities need to catch up with the airline industry and the rapid growth of the consumer base.

Lessons from Laos for Southeast Asia’s Booming Aviation Industry

Tourism

Tourism to Laos reaches record high in 2012 with expectations to cross 3.1 million mark

The country’s poorly funded and executed marketing campaign had little to do with the tourism boom; visa exemptions and added airline links to Korea, Cambodia, and China led to the 14 percent visitor increase.

Tourism to Laos reaches record high in 2012 with expectations to cross 3.1 million mark