Seven fun, fresh destination trailers to keep travel lovers inspired

Travel lovers looking to sate their wanderlust can see Seoul's Deoksugung palace (pictured), Hong Kong's Stanley district or Singapore's Kampong Glam enclave on YouTube.
Travel lovers looking to sate their wanderlust can see Seoul's Deoksugung palace (pictured), Hong Kong's Stanley district or Singapore's Kampong Glam enclave on YouTube.PHOTO: KOREA TOURISM ORGANISATION
Travel lovers looking to sate their wanderlust can see Seoul's Deoksugung palace, Hong Kong's Stanley district (pictured) or Singapore's Kampong Glam enclave on YouTube.
Travel lovers looking to sate their wanderlust can see Seoul's Deoksugung palace, Hong Kong's Stanley district (pictured) or Singapore's Kampong Glam enclave on YouTube.PHOTO: HONG KONG TOURISM BOARD
Travel lovers looking to sate their wanderlust can see Seoul's Deoksugung palace, Hong Kong's Stanley district or Singapore's Kampong Glam enclave (pictured) on YouTube.
Travel lovers looking to sate their wanderlust can see Seoul's Deoksugung palace, Hong Kong's Stanley district or Singapore's Kampong Glam enclave (pictured) on YouTube.PHOTO: SINGAPORE TOURISM BOARD

SINGAPORE - International tourism boards have spent the past year working on the toughest project of their lives - bringing the world to the traveller in lockdown.

Tapping technology and the human imagination, tourism players have pivoted to the online sphere to keep their destinations top of mind amid border closures and volatile air travel bubbles.

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