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23 Jan 2021

Muslim tourists give Thailand the thumbs up

Thailand could be sitting on a halal tourism goldmine.

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23 Jan 2021

Halal travel closer at home

Indonesia is gradually getting back to business with further relaxation of restrictions imposed to curb the coronavirus, but tour operators, notably those that organise Hajj trips and minor pilgrimages (umrah) to Saudi Arabia, remain closed.

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23 Jan 2021

Santri encouraged to partake in promoting Indonesia's halal tourism - ANTARA News

Santri, students of Islamic boarding schools, across Indonesia are urged to pen and share stories of their travel experiences in various destinations to ...

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23 Jan 2021

Dream journeys after pandemic: Watch jaguars in Brazil, escape to Tuscany and sail in style around Indonesian islands

Travel industry players here and globally reveal their post-vaccine holiday plans.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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23 Jan 2021

The first stab at taking trade shows online | TTR Weekly

SINGAPORE, 22 October 2020: ITB Asia opened its doors, Wednesday, for the first-ever virtual trade show but how many trade visitors, buyers and sellers will visit the virtual space remains to be seen.

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23 Jan 2021

ITB Asia kicks off first online event

ITB Asia today (21 October) opened its virtual doors for the first-ever online event. The three-day event will see almost 900 buyers and 400 exhibitors from across the globe attend.

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23 Jan 2021

Brunei among top 10 Muslim-friendly travel destinations » Borneo Bulletin Online

Azlan Othman As one of the hardest hit industries, travel and tourism stakeholders seek answers and solutions for the devastation they experienced amid COVID-19. The Mastercard-Crescentrating Travel Readiness Report (COVID-19 in Asean 2020) publ...

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23 Jan 2021

New Southbound Policy boosted tourism: office - Taipei Times

The government’s New Southbound Policy last year boosted tourism and trade links with the countries covered by the policy, while education programs stagnated, statistics published by the Executive Yuan’s Office of Trade Negotiations showed.

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23 Jan 2021

Seeking differentiation, halal online travel agents move away from traditional model | Salaam Gateway - Global Islamic Economy Gateway

Outside of Indonesia, the number of Muslim-friendly travel sites targeting the global market that offer reviews, destination guides and new ways to access hotel and package deals has continued to grow.

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23 Jan 2021

Key trends shaping Halal Travel 2.0 | WARC

Muslim travellers are predicted to contribute US$300bn to the global economy in the next decade and the market has shifted from niche to a mainstream one, according to Mastercard and Crescent Rating.

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23 Jan 2021

Singapore Tourism Board sharpens focus to tap halal travel boom | TTG Asia

Singapore is stepping up its game for Muslim travellers with a mega campaign set to launch as early as next month.

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23 Jan 2021

DTI woos Muslim tourists, plans growth of halal industry

Muslim tourists, among the world’s top spenders, tend to skip the Philippines due to the dire lack of halal options, prompting the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) to push for more

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23 Jan 2021

Muslim women love to travel solo and it’s worth USD 80 billion

An estimated 63 million Muslim women travellers spent over USD 80 billion on their journeys last year, a number only expected to grow as this demographic increases in size and influence over the global travel market.

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23 Jan 2021

More female Muslim travellers choose to travel solo: Report

Amid an increasing number of countries readying their destinations to welcome Muslim tourists, female Muslim travellers are considered to be an important contributor to the rise of the halal tourism industry.According to a recent report released...

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23 Jan 2021

More female Muslim travelers choose to travel solo: Report

Out of approximately 63 million female travelers, two-thirds of whom were age 40 years or below, up to 28 percent embarked on solo journeys, indicating an increasing passion among this particular segment to explore the world.

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23 Jan 2021

ITB Asia breaks records | TTR Weekly

Commenting on this year’s show, ITB Asia’s organiser Messe Berlin (Singapore) managing director Katrina Leung said: “ITB Asia continues to maintain its position as the leading travel trade show in the region. With the expansion of the show...

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23 Jan 2021

ITB Asia continues to break records with exhibitor numbers at all time high

ITB Asia, 'Asia's leading travel trade show' opened its doors today at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Over the next three days from 16 - 18 October 2019, the show will see organisations from across the trave...

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23 Jan 2021

Malaysia ranks first in Global Muslim Travel Index

The Economic Outlook 2020 report says the number of tourist arrivals is expected to expand following the launch of Visit Malaysia 2020.

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23 Jan 2021

Muslim women travel study to be released at ITB Asia | TTR Weekly

SINGAPORE, 10 October 2019:  Mastercard and CrescentRating will release a new report Mastercard-CrescentRating Muslim Women in Travel Report during the  Halal in Travel-Asia Summit 17 October.

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19 Sep 2019

President Tsai meets with local Muslims, tout... | Taiwan News

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) invited Taiwanese Muslims to work with the government on fostering ties between the island and the Islamic world on Wednesday (Sept. 18).

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