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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.
27
Apr
2021
www.tnp.sg
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
26
Apr
2021
www.facebook.com
Trust in vaccines runs deep, with two thirds of global travellers hopeful for 2021 holidaysopens in new window
Travel outweighs true love, with 66% also choosing a vacation over a promotion, says a new Booking.com survey.
16
Apr
2021
www.travelweekly-asia.com
Singaporeans ‘optimistic' about getting back to travel: reportopens in new window
71% feel “more hopeful” amidst the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, and potential for air travel bubbles.
08
Apr
2021
sbr.com.sg
The return of Wanderlustopens in new window
With the increased likelihood of international leisure travel resuming, it's all hands on deck as industry players get ready to welcome visitors.
02
Apr
2021
www.businesstimes.com.sg
Impact Awakening – Sustainability & Eco-Consciousness Key Is The Future Of Travelopens in new window
Booking.com‘s The Future of Travel survey has revealed nine key trends that shape the future of travel in 2021 and beyond. But one of the key findings is that Singapore travellers are more sustainability and eco-conscious. Travellers are becoming increasingly aware of the wider impact of their travel habits on the environment and local communities. This is more so with the restrictions of international travel caused by Covid-19 last year.
25
Mar
2021
www.superadrianme.com
Park Royal Collection Pickering hotel review: Lush greenery and sustainability in an urban conceptopens in new window
In a global survey, dubbed The Future of Travel by Booking.com, 53% of travellers claim to have a greater desire to see the world. But not in a desultory manner — 53% also stated that they want to travel more sustainably, with COVID-19 revving up awareness about the impact that travelling causes on the environment and local communities.
24
Feb
2021
www.buro247.sg
Remote workers want to live in Asia, but Asia doesn’t seem to want them quite yetopens in new window
According to a global Booking.com survey of 20,000 travelers working from home during the pandemic, more than a third have considered working remotely from a different destination, Nuno Guerreiro, regional director at the site, told CNBC’s Global Traveler.
11
Feb
2021
www.cnbc.com
Travel trends for 2021 according to Booking.com's Nuno Guerreiroopens in new window
Covid-19 hasn’t just thrown a wrench into all our holiday plans – it’s reset the global travel landscape, perhaps for years to come. With vaccines on the horizon but the question of travel still up in the air, this year looks set to be just as full of surprises as the last. For a peek into the future, AsiaOne sat down with Nuno Guerreiro, Regional Director for South Asia Pacific at Booking.com.
22
Jan
2021
www.asiaone.com
Travel Trends For 2021: We Chat with Nuno Guerreiro, Regional Director for South Asia Pacific at Booking.comopens in new window
COVID-19 hasn’t just thrown a wrench into all our holiday plans – it’s reset the global travel landscape, perhaps for years to come. With vaccines on the horizon but the question of travel still up in the air, this year looks set to be just as full of surprises as the last. For a peek into the future, City Nomads sat down with Nuno Guerreiro, Regional Director for South Asia Pacific at Booking.com. Fresh from Booking.com’s recent Future of Travel report, he chats about the travel trends ahead.
21
Jan
2021
citynomads.com
Taking a Creative Breakopens in new window
03
Oct
2018
silkwindsmagazine.com
Priceline changes its name opens in new window
21
Feb
2018
www.businessinsider.sg