Off the Tourist Trail: Secondary Destinations in Southeast Asia
Travel sentiment research suggests that when tourism rebounds after COVID-19, we will take fewer trips, but the ones we do take will be longer, deeper and more experiential. Southeast Asia has several ‘marquee’ destinations – Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Siem Reap, Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Luang Prabang for example – but it also has many lesser-known gems that tourists either visit to briefly or not at all.
In this webinar we’ll help you build better, deeper Southeast Asia trips for your clients by taking a look at some lesser-known but fascinating destinations in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos.Watch This Webinar View Social Post Pack
Tim RussellBusiness Developer in Southeast Asia + Digital Marketer/Web Designer For eRoam
Originally from the UK, Tim has lived in Southeast Asia since 2003. After almost a decade in Vietnam, he moved to Bangkok in 2012. He has been in the tourism industry since the 1990s, mostly in tour operations, marketing and technology, and in his latest role he handles business development in Southeast Asia and digital marketing/web design for Australian travel tech startup eRoam.
In his spare time he can generally be found out on the streets taking photographs, watching football, drinking local craft beer, or relaxing at home with his wife and three dogs.
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