Articles tagged “south korea”

News Blog

Yanolja Profit Rises as Travel Rebounds in Korea and Asia Pacific

Yanolja said this week it expected that a post-pandemic rebound in international travel will continue to boost its twin businesses of online travel sales via a superapp and software sales to hotels and other travel companies. The South Korea-based startup has made progress on both ambitions since 2011, when it received a $1.7 billion investment…

News Blog

South Korea to Lift Pre-Arrival Testing for Inbound Travelers This Week

South Korea will be lifting its requirement for a pre-arrival Covid test to enter the country from Saturday, according to local media reports. The scrapping of pre-arrival tests would be for all arrivals into South Korea, regardless of their vaccination status or the country of departure. However, incoming travelers would still need to take a…

Tourism

South Korea’s Temple Stays Business Poised for Wellness-Inspired Boom

The continuing return to travel normalcy is generating all kinds of new ideas for ways to satisfy clients. One popular activity in South Korea, temple stays, is proving to be an organic solution to sustainable, post-pandemic tourism.

South Korea’s Temple Stays Business Poised for Wellness-Inspired Boom

Tourism

South Korea Lifts Most Covid Restrictions But Keeps Rules for Inbound Travelers

As Covid cases on Monday fell to a two-month low, South Korea will be lifting restrictions within the country. However, mandatory quarantine for unvaccinated inbound travelers and negative PCR tests for the fully vaccinated continue to remain.

South Korea Lifts Most Covid Restrictions But Keeps Rules for Inbound Travelers

Tourism

South Korean Tourists Embrace Revenge Travel

While outbound travel by vaccinated travelers is spiking nearly everywhere, recovery will continue to be uneven due to variant outbreaks, continued restrictions, and vaccine inequality.

South Korean Tourists Embrace Revenge Travel

Tourism

Singapore Drops Most Travel Restrictions in Shift to ‘Living With Covid’

As Asia learns to live with the virus, Singapore is making sure it is not too far behind in the race to woo tourists with travel-friendly policies after some of the strictest protocols in the region.

Singapore Drops Most Travel Restrictions in Shift to ‘Living With Covid’

Tourism

Asia-Pacific Travel Recovery Will Be Bumpy

In a region this massive, recovery will be different from country to country. But you can expect to see regional travel renew faster than international long haul.

Asia-Pacific Travel Recovery Will Be Bumpy

Airline Weekly

Northern Pacific Will ‘Rip Off’ Icelandair Model With Stopover Vacation Tie-Ins

Why would anyone start an airline now, as the airline industry recovers from its worst crisis in a century, to fly to Asia, a region where travel is expected to remain depressed until 2024? Northern Pacific Airways, a startup based in Anchorage, believes now is the best time, so it can get established before competition heats back up.

Northern Pacific Will ‘Rip Off’ Icelandair Model With Stopover Vacation Tie-Ins

Travel Technology

Decoding Yanolja Cloud and Its Hotel Software Strategy

Yanolja Cloud is the world's largest seller of hotel software whose strategy you don't understand. Here are a few "cheat codes," courtesy of the brand's chief strategy officer.

Decoding Yanolja Cloud and Its Hotel Software Strategy

Tourism

South Korea’s New Tourism Campaign With 161 Million Views Online Already

Show, don't preach — that's what other destinations can glean from Korea's viral campaign.

South Korea’s New Tourism Campaign With 161 Million Views Online Already