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We sat down with a variety of travellers from all over Asia Pacific to hear their take on travel. Our Amadeus Travel Lounge series featured everyone from Chinese millennial travellers to Australian ‘fly-in fly-out’ workers. These interviews revealed what was confirmed by our Journey of Me Insights: a uniform ‘Asia Pacific traveller’ doesn’t really exist. With this research in mind, here are a few videos you should check out now to get a better idea about the motivations of travellers in Asia Pacific on a personal level.
Xiaoyun is a middle class millennial traveller with a big appetite for adventure. She takes a much more different view of travel – one that is based on an eagerness to explore the world outside of China on her own terms.
For Jill and Simon, travel is an immense part of their lives. Due to the demanding nature of their job, they like to make most of holidays by enjoying 5-star experiences that they take advantage of through special deals.
Edgar is a young travel blogger and photographer who spends three to four hours a day on social media. He sees it as an indispensable way to communicate with his followers in real time for travel suggestions and tips
Hendric is a young, social traveller who’s been to more than 40 countries. He’s big into sharing his experiences with friends and producing content for his travel blog while he’s on the go.
Have a look at all of our Amadeus Travel Lounge Videos and be sure to download a copy of our Journey of Me Insights: What Asia Pacific travellers want research.