Tourism in ASEAN

Tourism in ASEAN

Top places and attractions for tourism in Southeast Asia

Latest resources for tourism in Southeast Asia

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Cambodia

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Cambodia

Symbols of its ancient and rich culture, two sites in Cambodia have been classified by the UNESCO as World Heritage sites for Humanity. Cambodia has one of the world’s most famous World Heritage Site with the temples of Angkor in the surroundings of Siem Reap, in addition with the Hindu temple of Preah Vihear. Continue reading

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Malaysia

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Malaysia

Malaysia gathers lush natural parks and historic sites classified in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. With the architectural heritage of the cities of Malacca and Georgetown, two exceptional natural sites and a site of prehistoric remains, Malaysia counts four sites that have been recognized for their value for all mankind. Continue reading

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Indonesia

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Indonesia

With a mix of historic sites from diverse architectural traditions and a bountiful yet tumultuous nature, Indonesia hosts eight World Heritage Sites classified by the UNESCO. Famous Buddhist and Hindu temples, rich natural parks with unique endemic ecosystems and volcanoes are but a few highlights of Indonesia’s natural and cultural wealth. Continue reading

UNESCO World Heritage Site in Singapore

UNESCO World Heritage Site in Singapore

Singapore is a center of modernity and luxury tourism in Asia, it also is home to a site listed as a World Heritage Site of the UNESCO. Originating from the city-state’s former British rule and its needs for botanic acclimating, as well as leisure, the Singapore Botanic Garden has been classified by UNESCO in 2015. Continue reading

UNESCO World Heritage Site in Myanmar

UNESCO World Heritage Site in Myanmar

Though Myanmar is home to several exceptional natural and cultural touristic sites, it currently has only one site listed as a World Heritage Site of the UNESCO. However, this single site is formed of three ancient cities, which remains exhibit the ancient Buddhist tradition of Myanmar and its originality. Continue reading

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Vietnam

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Vietnam

With rich historic sites and unique natural marvels, Vietnam is home to eight World Heritage Sites classified by the UNESCO. Remains of former capital cities, the entire ancient town of Hoi An, the world famous landscape of Ha Long Bay are a few jewel that attract an ever-growing number of tourists. Continue reading

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Philippines

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Philippines

With its tropical environment and unique blend of indigenous and Western culture the Philippines regroups several sites classified in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Breath-taking rice terraces, colonial remains and a host of natural and marine parks make up the six sites recognized for their value to mankind in the Philippines. Continue reading

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Laos

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Laos

Blended in the country’s tranquil tropical charm and original architectural styles, the Laotian culture is represented in the World Heritage Sites of the UNESCO through two sites of historic value, the remains around the Hindu temple of Vat Phou as well as the entire town of Luang Prabang, the old capital of Laos. Continue reading

Monitoring travel trends in Asia Pacific

Asia Pacific travel search data

Tourism is a major sector throughout the Asia Pacific region. As people planning their next vacation search more and more for information on the Internet, their behaviors online become the key to understanding where customers will go next. This dashboard will greatly help marketers of the tourism industry in ASEAN and APAC. Continue reading

Infographic on travel trends in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia travel trends

Southeast Asia has been a top international travel destination for years. But the growing income now also make the Southeast Asian market an important source of tourists within the region and beyond. Travel interest of Singaporeans, Malaysians and Indonesians are here highlighted by their online search. Continue reading