Travel Daily Asia
Travel Daily Asia
Grab is the first ride-hailing platform that is giving banks a run for their money. The Singapore-based start-up has announced new fintech features focusing on SME micro-loans and insurtech…
Following the announcement of Rosewood Bangkok’s official launch date I had had the opportunity to speak to GM Thomas Tarlander about how he plans for the property to stand out the Thai…
Expanding its current portfolio in Vietnam, Avani Hotels & Resorts has announced the signing of three new properties in Ho Chi Minh, Vung Tau, and Cam Ranh.
More than 30 airlines have confirmed their participation at the inaugural CONNECT Middle East, India & Africa, taking place at Dubai World Trade Centre.
Written by Rachel Grier, area vice president, Asia Pacific for IDeaS
A new global study released on World Sleep Day has revealed that four in five (80%) of travellers struggle to sleep when away from home.
Japanese news publication The Asahi Shimbun reported that certain tourist sites in Japan do not welcome foreign tourist groups due to untoward incidents in the past.
IATA has predicted that the number of air travellers will double by 2035. And offering premium in-flight meals is one way to attract more customers and expand their businesses.
In the wake of the tragic news coming out of Christchurch, Air New Zealand has announced that it will waive any fees and differences in fares should a customer need to change travel plans…
As we cap off another week, we're featuring the latest properties — from a 'wild' hotel in Mykonos to an icon in London and a former bank in Paris.
The last week in February saw the arrival of the Direct Booking Summit at the Fullerton Hotel in Singapore, the seventh edition since the inaugural event in 2016.
Expedia has announced two new products now available for its partner facing portal, Partner Central.
Following the appointment of its new manager in October of last year, Rosewood Bangkok has now confirmed its launch date as 31 March 2019.
Ctrip.com, one of China’s largest integrated travel services companies, has signed an agreement with upscale hoteliers Millennium Hotels and Resorts (MHR).
Loyalty programs have become indispensable for a good direct sales strategy — as confirmed by the latest findings of Roiback.