With the pandemic dominating 2020 and the end of the year closing in, travel has been practically put to a halt for nearly an entire year. Knowing about consumers’ past obsession for travel, it is expected that they practically can’t wait before they can finally travel with ease of mind once more. And with Asia Pacific being one of the areas where tourism has been hit the hardest–estimated to have fallen 60-80%, now having to rely on innovations to stay afloat –the industry’s future is riding on the hope that pent up travel demand can help the industry bounce back. How many in Indonesia have started planning to do so? Collaborating with Indonesia’s Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (KEMENPAREKRAF). Download now!
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