As the Covid crisis continues to rage across Asia, there appears to be little hope for a full return to international travel any time soon, however once that does become a possibility will the post-pandemic traveller still be seeking the same experiences as before?
Macau tourism authorities' campaign to attract visitors from the Mainland is moving to Shanghai, with a weeklong roadshow beginning on June 3.
Although much of the world is closed down to international travel, destinations interested in attracting the Mainland Chinese visitor should be aware of new trends and preferences and tailor their offer accordingly.
MGM China is expecting strong results during the Summer holidays and hopes that the recent Golden Week holiday may have marked a turning point for the industry, according to President and Chief Financial Officer Kenneth Xiaofeng.
Appeals from Vietnam’s casino owners to allow locals to gamble are likely to fall on deaf ears despite plummeting revenue due to the closure of international borders.
Macau Q1 visitor spending jumped 23.5 percent year-on-year to MOP6.18 billion, fuelled by shopping and food and drink.
PH Resorts said it believes that in the coming months there will be a resumption of both international and local flights as vaccines are rolled out, which will spur a recovery of tourism in the Philippines and around the region.
PH Resorts, which is developing the Emerald Bay resort on Cebu, has signed an accord with a junket operator aimed at tapping into Japan’s VIP market.
Royal International Joint Stock Company, owner of the Royal Ha Long Bay Casino reported nearly a VND27 billion loss in the first quarter of 2021, marking the sixth consecutive quarter of loss for the company.
Despite Covid-mandated travel restrictions, the number of new hotels will continue to expand in 2021 with 820 hotel projects and 190,332 rooms due to go live in the Asia Pacific region.