ANGKOR SITE RELOCATION PROGRAM CRITICIZED BY AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

Nik Fes -
Amnesty International, a non-governmental organization, has published a report criticizing the displacement of 10,000 families living near the UNESCO World Heritage site in Cambodia. While Phnom Penh ...

GBTA: BUSINESS TOURISM IS EXPECTED TO RECOVER IN 2026

Samuel Dorsi -
The Global Travel Business Association (GBTA) forecasts that the business travel sector will grow by 33.8% and spending by 33.8% year-on-year in 2022 globally. ...

BHUTAN’S TOURISM REPORTED EXCEPTIONAL REVENUES

Pat Hyland -
Bhutan recorded more tourist revenue in 2023 than ever before. According to the latest report by the World Tourism Organization, tourism in Asia and the Pacific region has only reached 65% of pre-pand ...

BRAZIL’S TOURISM RECOVERING SLOWLY FIGHTING DEEP-ROOTED PROBLEMS

Andrea Hausold -
With the colorful parades of the Sambódromo in Rio de Janeiro postponed because of the spread of the omicron variant, Brazil is experiencing a carnival week with not much partying this year. This is b ...

THE NUMBER OF FOREIGN TOURISTS IN JAPAN CONTINUES TO RISE

Justin N. Froyd -
For the fourth consecutive month, foreign tourists visiting Japan exceeded 2 million in September. ...