Posts Tagged ‘ trends ’

Booking.com leads in Southeast Asia

February 14, 2018
Booking.com leads in Southeast Asia

BANGKOK, 13 February 2018: Booking.com dominates the hotel booking scene in key destinations in Southeast Asia, according to the latest Siteminder assessment. Siteminder, a leading hotel channel management platform, released its 2017 lists identifying the top 15 hotel booking sites in Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand. Booking.com led in all markets, but...
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Tokyo betters Bangkok

February 13, 2018
Tokyo betters Bangkok

SINGAPORE, 13 February 2018: Tokyo has overtaken Bangkok as the top Chinese New Year destination for Asian travellers, this year, according to global online booking platform agoda. Bangkok was top for hotel bookings during Chinese New Year in 2016 and 2017, but dropped a place during the current booking period. Japan has taken...
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Meeting costs rise in 2018

December 8, 2017
Meeting costs rise in 2018

BANGKOK , 8 December 2017:  The overall cost per attendee per day for meetings and events, worldwide, increased in 2017 and is expected to continue rising next year, according to the 2018 Meetings and Events Future Trends report. Released  by CWT Meetings & Events (CWT M&E), a division of global travel management company,...
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Amadeus takes the lid off Thai travel.

November 29, 2017
Amadeus takes the lid off Thai travel.

BANGKOK, 29 November 2017: Thai traveller are open to sharing personal data if they can obtain a more personalised service or better price deal. The findings released in an Amadeus study appear to go against the dominant growing distrust for sharing data of any sort that is often open to cyber attacks and...
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Bali makes gains and losses

February 21, 2017
Bali makes gains and losses

BALI, 21 February 2017: In the wake of a very challenging 2015, Bali’s average hotel occupancy increased 4% in 2016 bringing a shot of fresh air and hope, but at what cost? The solid occupancy increases across all categories (excluding luxury) were driven by increasing foreign direct arrivals, a slowing in new hotel...
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Tourico monitors more bookings

January 20, 2017
Tourico monitors more bookings

ORLANDO, FLORIDA, 20 January 2017: Nearly all the world’s major travel regions are outpacing their 2016 hotel booking performance as 2017;s advance bookings take shape, according to Tourico Holidays’ 2017 Global Hotel Trends Reports. Tourico Holidays, a wholesale travel brokerage company, released its 2017 Global Hotel Trends Report, Thursday. It provides a health...
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Thailand’s travel trends bright

January 11, 2017
Thailand’s travel trends bright

BANGKOK, 11 January 2017: TMB Bank’s think-tank unit, TMB Analytics, says tourism will be a key driver to boost the country’s economy this year. The bank’s analytics said travel and tourism will expand the local economy despite the crackdown on zero-dollar tours, which will continue to impact on arrivals from China in the short...
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Airline ticket prices expected to increase worldwide

December 22, 2009

According to the ITB World Travel Trends Report, commissioned by the world’s leading travel trade show and compiled by the consultancy IPK International, a short- to mid-term rise in the price of airline tickets is to be expected worldwide. Travelers will have to bear the cost of anticipated increases in taxes and charges by...
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