Post-pandemic tourism trends are an interesting discussion to see the future of the MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions) business.
Sydney will end its Covid-19 quarantine for fully vaccinated international travelers from November 1, New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet said on Friday, October 15 foreshadowing the full return of overseas travel after more than 19 months
Routes Asia will take place in Vietnam for the first time in 2022, with Da Nang People’s Committee, Da Nang Department of Tourism and IPP Travel Retail being selected as the hosts of the 16th annual route development forum.
Cities across the world have had to rethink security in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Economist Intelligence Unit recently released the 2021 Safe Cities Index, which ranks 60 cities based on 76 safety indicators across infrastructure, digital life, personal security, environmental factors and, of course, health – with pandemic preparedness and Covid-19 mortality included this year.
[CNN Travel] Hanoi — Vietnam is planning to reopen key tourist destinations to vaccinated visitors from countries deemed a low COVID-19 risk from December, the government said on Wednesday, October 6, ahead of a full resumption targeted for June next year.Vietnam imposed tight border controls at the start of the pandemic in an effort to keepContinue reading “Vietnam to fully reopen by June 2022”
The eastward migration of wealth is creating incredible opportunities for investors, developers and world-renowned brands to tap into Asia’s demand for one of the most exciting offerings in real estate: branded residences.
[VN Express] The Vietnam Tourism Association has launched a nationwide tourism recovery program that will kick off early October with tours to low-risk green zones. Under the program, which is being initiated as Vietnam switches from a zero-Covid strategy to new normal that involves living with the novel coronavirus, a set of safety criteria is being prepared for reopening tourism in the country.
UNWTO has therefore designated World Tourism Day 2021 as a day to focus on Tourism for Inclusive Growth. This is an opportunity to look beyond tourism statistics and acknowledge that, behind every number, there is a person. UNWTO invites its Member States, as well as non-members, sister UN agencies, businesses and individuals to celebrate tourism’s unique ability to ensure that nobody is left behind as the world begins to open up again and look to the future.
A pilot plan that will see the phased return of fully vaccinated international students to NSW has been given the green light by the Commonwealth Government, with the first flight touching down by the end of this year.
International Hospitality Women’s Day is a special recognition day created to help celebrate the achievements of women and a massive call to action in the hospitality industry on an international stage. On a global level, the industry should tune into this extraordinary day as an opportunity to provide the support for professional advancement of women to become effective leaders.