Travel Retail News - Inside Retail Asia
The declining spending by Chinese and South Korean tourists in Japan is beginning to hurt listed retailers.
Convenience-store operator FamilyMart Taiwan plans nearly 40 new stores in railway stations this year.
Changi Airport Group and DFS Group have launched the first luxury-focused Singapore online liquor store.
The Citygate Outlets mall extension is set to open next month, promising a whole new level of shopping and dining experiences with almost double the amount of retail space.
Visitors from Mainland China, the Republic of Korea, Japan and Taiwan now account for 18.5 per cent of global travel spending in the world’s top 200 cities.
Japanese backpack and accessories brand Anello has opened its first Singapore store, at Jewel Changi.
Online store sales at Lotte Duty Free increased by 49 per cent to US$1.85 billion during the first half of this year.
A boycott campaign against Japanese products and services is becoming a nationwide movement and extending into travel, reports Korea Bizwire.
Korean beauty firm Amorepacific has launched a new pop-up store, “Sulwhasoo Universe”.
Vietnamese budget airline Vietjet is set to enter the e-commerce business.
Apple Singapore is set to open at Jewel Changi on July 13.
The DFS x Dior Summer Party pop-up experience, celebrating the arrival of summer, kicks off in Macau through to July 31.