Indian tourists Rupesh, Ashish and Sourabh in Thailand. Photo: Team CeritalahIndian tourists Rupesh, Ashish and Sourabh in Thailand. Photo: Team Ceritalah
Indian tourists Rupesh, Ashish and Sourabh in Thailand. Photo: Team Ceritalah
Karim Raslan
Opinion

Opinion

Ceritalah by Karim Raslan

How a new wave of Indian travellers are transforming tourism in Southeast Asia

  • More than 25 million Indians travel abroad every year and while their numbers aren’t as big as the Chinese, they offer huge potential for the hospitality industry
  • Unlike the Chinese who tend to pick ‘all-in tours’, Indians are more independent and rely on apps to arrange their travel

Indian tourists Rupesh, Ashish and Sourabh in Thailand. Photo: Team CeritalahIndian tourists Rupesh, Ashish and Sourabh in Thailand. Photo: Team Ceritalah
Indian tourists Rupesh, Ashish and Sourabh in Thailand. Photo: Team Ceritalah
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