South East Asia’s travel landscape is reshaping, and we’re ready for take off!
Travel activity is re-emerging across the region, and the travel industry is preparing for a recovery to start in earnest in the second half of 2022.
The final edition of our 8-part Two Years of Travel Disruption series is perfectly timed, as both Singapore and Malaysia prepare to fully reopen on 1 April. To bring together the impacts of the past two years and anticipate an exciting, and volatile, new era of travel and hospitality, Gary and Hannah are joined by Dan Lynn, co-founder of Singapore-based ZUZU Hospitality.
Dan’s career includes management roles with Expedia, the AirAsia-Expedia joint venture and eLong – and he previously joined us on the show in late November 2021.
Combining the latest data with insights from South East Asia’s protracted quest to restore travel and tourism flows, we check the outlook for destinations, airlines, airports, hotels and OTAs.
We also discuss the absence of the Chinese market and the drivers of deeper digitalisation across travel chains.
Plus, how soon will testing be dropped across the region, and where will South East Asia’s inbound and outbound sectors fit into a global travel recovery in 2022.