How’s this for turning problems into solutions? Student travel company GROUND Asia kicked off a new responsible traveller training program to help direct tourism towards beneficial ends.
Are the whale sharks in Oslob being mistreated? How do the snorkelers actually interact with these giant fish? Who benefits the most from a whale shark snorkeling expedition to Oslob?
Ten years on, the Philippines has not yet lost its ability to surprise me – find out what I’ve learned in a decade of covering my home country
Pampanga food tour expert Mark Bryan Ocampo explains why this Philippines province underpins more of Filipino history than we think
Different but same-same: meet 2 radically different travel startups working to bridge the accessibility gap in Mekong tourism
These two startups take two very different approaches to Mekong tourism – one fighting plastic waste in Laos, and another opening up Vietnam to digital nomads
I know a lot of great accelerator programs in the Greater Mekong Sub-region, but which other accelerator program has attracted [Facebook COO] Sheryl Sandberg as a match-up? I think [the Mekong Innovative Startups in Tourism is] the only one.
What does it take to solve the Mekong Region’s tourism problems? As the Mekong Tourism Forum shows, a little technology… and a whole lot of heart.
Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore make Bott & Co’s top 50 foodie cities – but no space at all for Penang?
Low-cost, surprisingly fast and rather fun (if you know what to expect), Myanmar bus travel is an essential travel experience through this former hermit kingdom