The COVID-19 outbreak is expected to have only a temporary impact on the tourism industry and the travel demand of people has not disappeared, said Peng Liang, chief researcher at Ctrip's big data laboratory. The pandemic may even accelerate the popularization of online tourism services, the researcher said. … [Read more...] about Digital solutions to play key part in boosting culture, tourism sectors
He says that now, after weeks of home schooling and home office, it could be a good time to indulge yourself, to allow yourself to be pampered for a few days — while adhering to all the safety precautions, of course — and perhaps experience Berlin in a completely different way. He then speaks of friends from Bavaria who visited him privately over the weekend and explored the capital by bike. They went to Grunewald, to Tiergarten and Friedrichshain. They had a relaxed look at the German capital and experienced it in a completely new way. … [Read more...] about A new beginning for Berlin tourism?
What is most important is that workers are empowered to think about productivity and wastage and to make their work more efficient and effective. Even if an organisation trials the four-day week but chooses not to adopt it, it will still gain useful insights into working methods and productivity. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: A four-day work week could be the shot in the arm tourism needs
Loach worries that unless the focus is changed, the city risks losing its Unesco world heritage site status. The UN body praises Bath’s “quality of architecture and urban design, its visual homogeneity and its beauty” but it adds: “The main pressures currently facing the site are large-scale development and the need for improved transport.” … [Read more...] about Ken Loach says his beloved Bath is being ruined by tourism
Speaking at a conference last week on boosting the demand for local tourism and the post-pandemic recovery of the tourism sector, Dinh Viet Phuong, deputy general director of VietJet Air, remarked that local demand alone cannot salvage the country’s tourism sector. … [Read more...] about Vietnam unlikely to reopen to international tourists on July 1