Ep 69: A South East Asia Travel Resources Guide to the Pandemic

About This Episode

6 May 2021 • 32m00s

On this week’s show, Gary and Hannah take a break from Travel Bubbles, PCR Tests and Reopening Strategies. Instead, the show builds a virtual guide of all the travel resources that we read, watch and listen to when researching the show, and producing our own weekly reports.

The South East Asia Travel Show Resources Guide surveys the information, media and data landscape, and discusses how it’s developed and diversified since COVID-19 took hold. The multimedia mix extends from travel webinars, podcasts and weekly and monthly reports to newspaper websites, vaccine trackers, airline and and hotel dashboards and COVID-19 infection aggregators. Plus, some of the very best e-newsletters that have emerged in recent months by local writers in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Bali.

Show Resources

Reports

E-newsletters Trade

  1. Simpliflying
  2. The “Good” Tourism
  3. Blue Swan Daily
  4. TTG Asia
  5. Travel Weekly Asia
  6. TTG MICE
  7. TTR
  8. Orient Aviation
  9. Caixin / Sinocism

Webinars / Live Sessions /TV

Dashboards

Weekly Newsletters

Publications

Podcasts

Facebook groups/ pages

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