Inside the Business Traveller Asia-Pacific July/August issue

2 Jul 2019 by Business Traveller Asia Pacific
BTAP July/August 2019

Unsure which lounge is best to visit at Hong Kong International Airport? We take you through your choices…

In the July/August issue of Business Traveller Asia-Pacific, out now, we give you a comprehensive overview of all the lounges in Hong Kong International Airport.

Our cover story takes you to South Australia, where our writer visits the stunning Flinders Ranges, taking a luxury off-roading trip through the state’s largest mountain range.

Also in Destinations, Business Traveller Asia-Pacific’s editor Michael Allen goes to Zhuhai in China and discovers how this Greater Bay Area city’s economy is thriving with the development of luxury hotels, a huge convention centre, as well as an area that has been dubbed by observers as “The Orlando of China”. In another feature, he also takes a look at how Busan, South Korea’s second biggest city, is luring businesses big and small, and attracting expatriates with its favourable work-life balance, including proximity to beautiful beaches.

Sheraton Zhuhai Hotel

In our 4 Hours… guide, we take you to the German capital Berlin’s Kreuzberg district and introduce you to some interesting museums, parks, as well as street art and street food.

Thought a serviced apartment is just a functional space to lay your head for a month or so until you find more permanent digs in a new city? In our serviced apartments feature, we speak to serviced apartment owners and operators about why they believe there is increasing demand in the higher end of the market for more and more luxurious serviced apartments. Think in-house art exhibitions, personalised “E-Butler” services, and even golf simulators located within serviced apartments.

In our Special Report on health, contributor Sally Brown looks at how constant long-haul travel can have a serious impact on your mental well-being. She looks at how you can spot the signs of burnout, and what you can do to minimise your risk while still fulfilling your business travel requirements.

And of course, we’ve got our popular The Report section. In this issue, we review Air China’s Airbus A321 economy class from Beijing to Hong Kong; Pentahotel Moscow, Arbat; Hong Kong’s Intercontinental Grand Stanford; and a luggage from Tumi’s new Alpha 3 Collection.

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