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Maximising Asia's millennial travel opportunity: no longer flight of fancy YVONNE CHANG, EXECUTIVE MANAGING DIRECTOR, ASIA-PACIFIC, CRITEO
Criteo's executive managing director, Asia-Pacific Yvonne Chang takes a look at how travel brands can tap and grow the millennial market
The dreary side of competition S PUVANESWARY
S Puvaneswary looks at price slashing, depleting margins in Malaysia's competitive inbound sector
Wanted: return visitors MARISSA CARRUTHERS
Marissa Carruthers examines what the government needs to do in order to obtain repeat longhaul visitorship
Keeping the land fertile MARISSA CARRUTHERS
Ecotourism has been a lifeline for northern Vietnam, a region known for its remarkable landscapes and cultures, but can it prevent over- commercialisation and overexploitation? By Marissa Carruthers
Planning for tomorrow TTG ASIA REPORTERS
Now that the ASEAN Open Sky Agreement is finally ratified, getting the airport infrastructure planning right and ahead of demand growth are the greatest challenges the region needs to overcome, say industry chiefs
Clutching at straws of recovery MARISSA CARRUTHERS
Nepal tries to solidify signs of recovery by diversifying into eco- and spiritual tourism, but still faces infrastructaure and pollution issues, Marissa Carruthers reports
In a state of vast potential S PUVANESWARY
Although lacking direct flights from China, Sarawak could see Chinese inbound tourism take off thanks to new major incentives and partnerships. By S Puvaneswary
Competing for fun PAMELA CHOW
In Asia, the business of fun is a serious industry as attractions keep up the amusement war through constant reinvention.
A chance for change PAMELA CHOW
In a morphing travel landscape, Singapore travel agencies say they need guidance and unity. Alas, strong leadership eludes them for now. But there's a chance for change, reports Pamela Chow
How OTAs can promote customer loyalty in a new era HUNTER JOHNSON, DIRECTOR, SABRE GLOBAL CONSULTING, ASIA-PACIFIC
What kept customers happy 10 years ago no longer works today. Internet and new technologies have completely changed consumer consumption behaviours and in turn, companies find themselves constantly adapting just to keep up.
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Wanted: return visitors

by Marissa Carruthers

The dreary side of competition

by S Puvaneswary

Planning for tomorrow

by TTG Asia reporters

Keeping the land fertile

by Marissa Carruthers

Clutching at straws of recovery

by Marissa Carruthers