Articles tagged “tourism recovery”

Where Is India Outbound Tourism in Asia’s Post-Pandemic Recovery Order?

Where Is India Outbound Tourism in Asia’s Post-Pandemic Recovery Order?

Xinyi Liang-Pholsena, Skift

Much of the post-crisis tourism recovery conversation has focused on China. But India should not be neglected, especially for destinations that have seen the perils of fixating too much on a single market boil over at the onset of the global pandemic.

4 weeks ago

How Australia’s 3-Step Reopening Plan Could Be a Travel Recovery Model For Others

How Australia’s 3-Step Reopening Plan Could Be a Travel Recovery Model For Others

Daniel Hurst and Paul Karp, The Guardian

If Australia could successfully complete its phased reopening plan, it would pave a strong path to eventual recovery for international tourism — and a good model for other countries to replicate.

4 weeks ago

When You Don’t Have Any Domestic Tourism to Rely On: Maldives as a Pandemic Case Study

When You Don’t Have Any Domestic Tourism to Rely On: Maldives as a Pandemic Case Study

Xinyi Liang-Pholsena, Skift

The coronavirus pandemic has underscored Maldives’ tourism vulnerability. How this Indian Ocean nation strategizes its recovery path in the days ahead could be a good case study for other small island nations heavily reliant on foreign tourist dollars.

1 month ago

New Bushfire State of Emergency for Australian Capital Poses Larger Tourism Challenges

New Bushfire State of Emergency for Australian Capital Poses Larger Tourism Challenges

Colin Packham, Reuters

The bushfire threat is far from over for parts of Australia, which coupled with the ongoing virus outbreak, will make it a challenging year for tourism Down Under.

4 months ago

Australia Pours $52 Million Into Tackling Tourism’s ‘Biggest Challenge in Living Memory’

Australia Pours $52 Million Into Tackling Tourism’s ‘Biggest Challenge in Living Memory’

Raini Hamdi, Skift

A look at where the money will be spent shows Australia is putting it in all the right places with just one thing in mind: getting tourists back. This is what's needed as figures are showing massive losses.

5 months ago