The South East Asia Travel Show

Federal Territory Of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Admin - Gary Bowerman

Written and hosted by Gary Bowerman & Hannah Pearson, The South East Asia Travel Show discusses the hottest topics in the world’s most dynamic tourism region.

Each week, these two experienced KL-based travel & media specialists, map out the evolving tourism landscapes of the 10 countries in South East Asia. Aimed at listeners from across the travel and tourism industry, each show provides:

– Analysis of the shifting influences on inbound, outbound, domestic & intra-ASEAN tourism.
– Assessments of the shifting influences of key markets, such as China, India, Korea and Japan.
– Discussions about the emerging opportunities and challenges for travel brands, airlines, hotels & investors.

Recent episodes have included: The Future of Chinese Travel in South East Asia, The Current State of Aviation in Asia-Pacific, Travel Recovery & The Role of the Media, The Future of Cruise Travel, Selfie Travel Culture and country-specific shows discussing the unfolding tourism situation in Vietnam and Cambodia.

In addition, we publish a weekly Mini Briefing e-newsletter featuring the latest statistics, news and updates on a single country in South East Asia or a key outbound destination for South East Asian travellers.

Company Size: 1 to 10 employees
Head Office: Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Jobs available: 0

Current Staff

Gary Bowerman

Co-Founder And Host at The South East Asia Travel Show

Federal Territory Of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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