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An insider’s guide to maximizing a business trip’s potential, for readers who want to do more than see the inside of a board room when they travel.

Business trip: Bangkok

Over the last decade, the Thai capital has evolved from a humid riverside city known for its tuk tuks and street food into a modern, rapidly growing Asian commercial hub.

Business trip: Singapore

Over the last few years, this tiny city-state has successfully shed its image as a bland stopover, becoming a nearly inevitable destination for anyone doing business in Southeast Asia.

Business trip: Tokyo

Tokyo has emerged from the fallout from Japan’s 2011 earthquake and tsunami, re-assuming its position as an Asian hotspot for business travel.

Business trip: Houston

Despite having a booming oil and gas industry and being the fourth most populous city in the United States, this Texas city remains relatively inexpensive for business travellers.

Business trip: Vienna

With a near constant influx of visitors, this Austrian city has become one of the easiest and most comfortable cities in the world for business travellers.

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