ILTM Asia Pacific, which takes place for the first time at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore, from May 21 to 24 next year, is attracting the attention of the world’s leading luxury travel brands who view the gateway to the region as key to their marketing business plans.
Brands which have already confirmed their participation in ILTM Asia Pacific include Alila Hotels and Resorts, Capella Hotel Group, COMO Hotels & Resorts, Conrad Hotels and Resorts and Waldorf Hotels and Resorts, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Jumeirah, Langham Hotels International, Leading Hotels of the World, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, Marriott Luxury Hotels, Ponant, Regent Seven Seas, Rocco Forte Hotels, Rosewood Hotel Group, Silversea Cruises and Small Luxury Hotels of the World.
Asia Pacific surpassed North America for the first time in 2016 to become the region with the largest amount of high net worth wealth (World Wealth Report 2016). By 2025, the report states that Asia-Pacific’s high net worth population would more than double to 11.7 million individuals. Luxury travel is outpacing ordinary travel in Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines and ILTM Asia Pacific will now focus on this growth, collectively bringing together international and regional luxury travel suppliers to boost and build their businesses from this dynamic region.
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