Four-day work week, travel deals for travel employees, targeting the young, new and exciting road trip itineraries – what other ideas do you have for nourishing those fragile green shoots we are seeing, from Japan to China, Australia and Vietnam?.
This morning, on my regular walk, I saw a rainbow across Marina Bay. It raised my hopes for that pot of gold awaiting us, that day when we can travel again.
My news feeds are now filled with more good news than bad, or maybe it’s because I am now gravitating towards those to preserve my mental state.
Raising my hopes for that pot of gold awaiting us, that day when we can travel again.
Just a random grab of some of this week’s headlines:
- SIA to resume flights to more destinations in June and July
- Air China plans to operate 24 international routes in June
- India restarts air travel after two months, amid chaos
- New Zealand and Australia begin relaxing Covid-19 restrictions
- Taiwan trial offers hope for restoring international travel
- Tourists back in Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay as domestic travel restarts
Yesterday morning, the Gov.sg app tells us that a new Singapore-China fast lane will start from 8 June to “facilitate essential business travel between two countries”, “starting with Chongqing, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Shanghai, Tianjin, Zhejiang”. Okay, the procedures are daunting but at least it offers a “safe travel protocol” to give confidence to governments, and travellers.
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