Dude, where's my passport? Booking.com survey reveals unexpected challenges ahead for Singapore travellers
| 09:46 Europe/Amsterdam
After months of dreaming, the prospect of travel is finally back on the horizon, thanks to the roll out of COVID-19 vaccines. And with news of countries in the APAC region gradually opening up their borders and establishing air travel bubbles, such …
Dubai emerges as top searched destination for Singapore a year on: Booking.com data
| 08:15 Europe/Amsterdam
It's been nearly one full year since much of the world declared a moratorium on travel – closing borders, ordering local and regional lockdowns, cancelling flights, and docking cruise ships. Amidst all this, our innate human desire to travel …
Staycation deals to make the most of your S$100 tourism voucher
| 08:06 Europe/Amsterdam
The end of 2020 is quickly approaching and it’s got most of us screaming “hallelujah!” It's been a challenging year and as we approach a responsible holiday season, Singaporeans deserve the best deals they can get for their vacations. Here …
Travel Thursday: Travel trumps getting promoted at work: 59 percent of Singaporeans would prioritise traveling over success at workopens in new window
A research done by Booking.com revealed that 52 percent of Singaporeans reported a negative impact on their mental health and 47 percent of Singaporeans have felt imprisoned in their own home due to travel restrictions. Nuno Guerreiro, Regional Director, South Asia, Oceania & Chains, Booking.com shares more about Booking.com’s Back to Travel research and if we can expect the APAC region to see a slower rebound when it comes to the tourism/travel industry.
SURVEY: COLLABORATION AND COOPERATION NEEDED TO KICKSTART TRAVEL RECOVERYopens in new window
Booking.com, in its latest research conducted among 3,000+ accommodation partners in 20 countries, revealed what support is needed to get travel back on its feet.
59% of Singaporeans would choose travel over a work promotionopens in new window
The majority of Singaporean professionals want a getaway from the work-from-home life.
Travel depends on vaccines, measures in place: Surveysopens in new window
Singaporeans, like many of their counterparts around the world, are keen to travel but remain cautious over the Covid-19 pandemic.
CNA938: Trending with Daniel Martin, 2 p.m.opens in new window
Today on Trending, we find out where in the world Singaporeans most want to go, what it will take to make them feel safe travelling and how people took the time to explore locally during the pandemic. WATCH: Nuno Guerreiro, Regional Director, South Asia, Oceania & Chains, Booking.com
Singaporean travellers optimistic about getting back to travel: Booking.com research
| 09:59 Europe/Amsterdam
Seven in ten (71%) Singaporean travellers feel more hopeful about traveling in 2021 as the country ramps up its vaccination program Majority (63%) of Singaporean travellers state that they won’t travel internationally until they have been …
Singapore travellers seek greater ‘impact awakening’ for travel in 2021: Booking.com’s Future of Travel Study
| 08:37 Europe/Amsterdam
The Future of Travel survey by digital travel leader Booking.com found nine key trends shaping the future of travel in 2021 and beyond, with ‘impact awakening’ - referring to the rise of responsible travel - emerging as a key insight. With the …
Smarter, Kinder, Safer: Booking.com Study Reveals Key Predictions For The Future Of Travel
| 07:25 Europe/Amsterdam
With few facets of our lives and the world left unchanged by the impact of the global pandemic, travel too will be forever re-shaped by this extraordinary moment. Digital travel leader Booking.com has combined research from more than 20,000 …