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Charlie Puth reimagines the sights and sounds of Singapore

Charlie Puth reimagines the sights and sounds of Singapore

Singapore Tourism Board (STB) is partnering with Warner Music Singapore and GRAMMY-nominated singer, songwriter and producer Charlie Puth in a creative collaboration to showcase Singapore’s destination offerings, as part of STB’s SingapoReimagine campaign. The international recovery campaign welcomes travellers to realise their passion for travel through fresh and innovative experiences in Singapore.

10+2 reasons to visit Quito

10+2 reasons to visit Quito

The capital of Ecuador offers places, traditions, natural environments and unique experiences that you would never expect to find in a big city.

Return of Music Festivals Boosts Tourism Recovery

Return of Music Festivals Boosts Tourism Recovery

Music lovers have returned to festivals in large numbers this summer after their Covid-induced pause, an enormous boon for destinations relying on those events to attract visitors and accelerate their tourism recovery.

Barbados drops all Covid entry rules

Barbados drops all Covid entry rules

Barbados has dropped all its Covid entry restrictions for international visitors. As of September 22, Barbados has removed all its Covid-related travel protocols, bringing it in line with most other Caribbean islands.

Royal Caribbean chief warns staffing woes risk hitting sales

Royal Caribbean chief warns staffing woes risk hitting sales

Staff shortages and difficulties recruiting extend beyond the well-publicised shortages in travel suppliers and aviation to agencies and risk hitting sales. That is according to Ben Bouldin, Royal Caribbean Cruises vice president for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, who said: “The number of agents working today is a fraction of what it was pre-pandemic.”

MAJORITY OF BRITS WON’T SACRIFICE TRAVEL DURING ‘COST OF LIVING’ CRISIS

MAJORITY OF BRITS WON’T SACRIFICE TRAVEL DURING ‘COST OF LIVING’ CRISIS

Research from Travel Republic finds two thirds of Brits still plan on taking holidays in the coming months, despite the rising cost of living. Rose Dykins reports Online travel agent Travel Republic has has revealed that the majority of Brits still plan to go on holiday in the next 12 months – despite 92 per cent of respondents admitting to anxiety about rising economic woes.

WTTC welcomes the reopening of borders in Japan

WTTC welcomes the reopening of borders in Japan

Julia Simpson, WTTC President & CEO, said: “After more than two years of closed borders, WTTC welcomes the news from the Japanese government that it will open the borders from early next month.