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Japan passport most powerful, UAE emerges as ‘pandemic’ winner

The Henley Passport Index has recently released the list of the World’s Most Powerful Passports for the year 2022, where it has ranked all the world’s 199 passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa. This year’s passport rankings 2022 reveal that Japan has bagged the top spot among 199 countries, while India remains ranked at the 87th spot. Meanwhile, Pakistan reportedly has the fourth worst passport in the world, according

37% post-Covid travellers eye bucket list trips this year

Thirty-seven per cent of travellers globally are dreaming of bucket list trips this year, according to a survey conducted by Skyscanner. The research also revealed the post-pandemic traveller is more adventurous and open minded than ever, with 41% opting to explore somewhere new this year. Of those planning to spend more in 2022, 39% of travellers are planning to spend it on travelling further afield. Skyscanner’s latest extensive global flight booking data shows bookings for

How to be a savvy traveller this summer with last-minute holiday checklist

With 60% of people planning to travel abroad this summer, rising to three in four families (75%), ABTA – The Travel Association is urging holidaymakers to go through a final checklist of actions to make sure they’ve got everything in place for their summer holidays. One of the most important steps is to check the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) travel advice for the country they’re visiting ( In particular this year it will be i

TAT to steer Thai tourism towards high value and sustainable growth with 2023 marketing plan

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has announced the marketing plan for 2023 that will continue this year’s goal to revitalise and transform Thai tourism, while placing greater emphasis on the recovery of the tourism sector towards stronger and sustainable, more responsible, more digital and more inclusive tourism growth. Staged in a hybrid meeting format, the annual TAT Action Plan for 2023 conference was presided over by Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn, Thailand’s Minister of

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