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Tourist arrivals in singapore decreased to 1355592 in april from 1480514 in march of 2024. tourist arrivals in singapore averaged 672012.36 from 1978 until 2024, reaching an all time high of 1802533.00 in july of 2019 and a record low of 750.00 in april of 2020. source: singapore tourism board,   markets,   gdp,   labour,   prices,   money,   trade,   government,   business,   consumer,   housing,   taxes,   climate.

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Strong recovery in global flight connectivity and travel activity, continued NTO campaigning as well as fresh partnerships to stimulate international interest in Singapore as a tourism and events destination, have lifted the confidence of the country’s tourism industry, prompting the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) to update its forecast for 2024.

This year, STB is projecting between 15 million to 16.5 million international visitor arrivals, and for tourism receipts to reach between S$27.5 billion (US$20.3 billion) to S$29 billion.

The initial forecast, shared in February, was 15 million to 16 million in arrivals and S$26 billion to S$27.5 billion in tourism receipts.

Addressing industry stakeholders at the STB Tourism Industry Conference 2024, held this morning at Sands Expo & Convention Centre, STB chief executive Melissa Ow, said: “This is no mean feat, as the upper bound of our Tourism Receipts projection, if achieved, will be a new record for Singapore, and it will mean that we have emerged even stronger after the pandemic.”

Elaborating on the drivers of such optimism, Ow pointed to the recovery of global flight connectivity and capacity, which she said “bodes well for us to sustain growth”.

“As of first week of May 2024, international flight capacity – based on seat capacity – has recovered close to pre-Covid levels, with some of our top source markets such as China, India and South Korea exceeding pre-Covid flight capacities,” she noted, adding that new flights have also enabled Singapore to deepen its reach across source markets.

Also instrumental to STB’s improved expectations of tourism performance are the intensified marketing efforts “to attract increasingly discerning…travellers who are looking for more purposeful travel to Singapore”.

Ow recalled the Made In Singapore (MIS) global brand campaign that was launched last September across key visitor source markets. 3D billboards were taken in high traffic areas such as Times Square in New York, London’s Piccadilly Circus , and Xintiandi in Shanghai to stoke interest and drive travel to Singapore.

STB also engaged key influencers to share their unique experiences in Singapore, and inspire a wider audience including their fanbases to visit.

“To sharpen our competitive edge, we will continue to develop our six global positioning campaigns, supported by a mix of products and experiences,” said Ow. One of these campaigns is the recent World’s Best MICE City Campaign , which profiles Singapore as a leading events destination that drives purposeful outcomes.

To ensure continued interest in Singapore, be it for holidays or business, STB has forged several partnerships that leverage the power of film, music and television as well as the positive influence of convenient payment solutions.

Recent mass media partnerships include one with JTBC, a leading South Korean TV network which has produced wildly popular shows; and Yuewen Global, a leading Chinese media and entertainment subsidiary of Tencent group.

With JTBC, a three-year MOU was inked to support production of variety programmes in Singapore. For a start, Singapore’s landmarks and attractions will be featured in its most popular dating reality show, My Sibling’s Romance .

With Yuewen Global, Singapore hosted the star-studded Yuewen Global IP Awards earlier this year, which took place outside of China for the first time. The live broadcasts attracted over 30 million viewers.

Multi-year partnerships with leading online TV platforms, iQiYi and Mango TV, have also materialised. Popular reality show, Divas Hit the Road , will air in June, just in time to entice Chinese visitors to choose the Lion City for their peak summer holiday.

Furthermore, STB has renewed its partnership with Trip Group for another three years, which will result in a series of marketing campaigns in eight markets, including China, the UK, and Thailand. The partnership also entails collaboration with Hong Hu Travel, which is Trip’s premium arm for customised travel, opening doors to high-yield visitors.

In India, a two-year partnership with PhonePe, India’s largest payments platform, will boost spending ease among Indian visitors.

Ow emphasised that “engaging with our fans and visitors and extending our reach to new markets would all be in vain if not for a great destination that continues to deliver quality experiences”.

Hence, Singapore has to be “relentless in the pursuit of novel tourism concepts, steadfast in the refresh of our existing products, and nimble in securing major events”.

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S’pore’s tourist arrivals fell 85% to 2.7m, lowest in four decades due to Covid-19

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SINGAPORE - Visitor arrivals to Singapore plummeted to 2.7 million last year, the lowest in about four decades, following unprecedented global travel restrictions and border closures amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Last year's arrivals nearly all took place during the first two months of the year, and the total number is a drop of 85.7 per cent from arrivals in the whole of 2019, said the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) on Monday (Feb 1).

Tourism receipts also tumbled 78.4 per cent to $4.4 billion in the first three quarters of last year, from the same period in 2019.

This was largely due to the unprecedented global travel restrictions and border closures, the STB said.

STB chief executive Keith Tan said: "STB remains confident in Singapore's position as one of the world's safest and most attractive leisure and business destinations, and the long-term prospects of Singapore's tourism sector."

While mass international travel is unlikely to resume in a major way this year, he said the STB will continue to work with industry partners to prepare for a recovery.

Domestic demand has now become critical to support tourism businesses, with international travel at a standstill.

The SingapoRediscovers Vouchers (SRV) scheme was launched in December last year in bid to support local tourism.

Since last month, more than 300,000 Singaporeans have used the SRV scheme to make bookings with Singapore hotels, attractions and tours, resulting in more than $35.9 million in SRV redemptions and out-of-pocket payments.

The STB added that tourism businesses had also played a key role in Singapore's battle against Covid-19, with hotels offering their properties for various accommodation purposes, including government quarantine facilities, swab isolation facilities and stay-home notice dedicated facilities (SDFs).

More than 70 hotels served as SDFs at various points in since March last year, and as at December last year, the SDFs had accommodated more than 80,000 people on stay-home notice.

The outlook for international travel is also expected to remain bleak this year.

In a statement on Monday, the STB said: "Even with the development of several vaccines, it will take time for mass leisure travel and traveller confidence to return. Therefore, we expect tourism arrivals and tourism receipts to remain weak in 2021."

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Monthly Visitor Arrivals

The Visitor Arrivals statistics have been shifted to the Tourism Statistics page in the Singapore Tourism Analytics Network (Stan) website. Explore Stan to find out more.

About the Organisation

What industry does your organization fall within, what best describes the key intent of the project that your organisation is seeking funding for, is your organisation a singapore-registered legal entity, is your organisation an association, is the project able to achieve one or more of the following outcome.

  • Increase no. of sailings to/from Singapore
  • Increase no. of foreign cruise passengers to Singapore through sailings to/from Singapore
  • Increase no. of pre/post nights for cruise passengers sailing to/from Singapore
  • Increase capability of industry players via cruise-specific industry training programmes
  • Strengthen the potential/ attractiveness of cruising in Singapore and/or Southeast Asia

Is the project able to achieve one or more of the following?

  • Improve visitor satisfaction (especially foreign visitors)
  • Increase footfall
  • Increase revenue
  • Significant branding and PR value

Is the project able to attract foreign visitors and contribute to foreign visitors' spend?

Who will be the main target audience of your project, is your project innovative and/or a new event in singapore with tourism potential, what best describes your project, does the event have proven track records in singapore or overseas, and/or growth in tourism value such as growing foreign visitorship, and/or enhancement of precinct vibrancy etc, does the project have a clear tourism focus (e.g. tourism-related trainings, tourism companies taking on capability development initiatives or technology companies creating technology products and services for the tourism businesses), what best describes your market feasibility study project.

Based on your selection, the following STB grant/s may be applicable for your project:

Please note that projects that have commenced prior to Singapore Tourism Board's offer may not be eligible for grant support. Examples where projects are deemed as having commenced include:

  • Applicant has started work on the project e.g. tender has been called.
  • Applicant has made payment(s) to any supplier, vendor or third party.
  • Applicant has signed a contractual agreement with any supplier, vendor or third party.

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COMMENTS

  1. Stan

    Data up to Year 2023. Download. (Excel Document, 71 KB) View visualisations and/or download data files on Singapore tourism statistics: Monthly Visitor Arrivals, Monthly Hotel Statistics, Annual Tourism Receipts and Annual Cruise Statistics.

  2. Singapore's tourism sector posts strong recovery in 2023, exceeds

    Tourism receipts estimated to reach $24.5-26.0 billion, visitor arrivals reached 13.6 million, in line with international tourism recovery. Singapore, 1 February 2024 - Singapore's tourism sector recovered strongly and demonstrated resilience with a solid performance for 2023.International visitor arrivals (IVA) reached 13.6 million in 2023 (~71 per cent of 2019 IVA), meeting STB's ...

  3. Singapore visitor arrivals up 115% to 13.6 million in 2023

    Singapore's tourism receipts are expected to register S$24.5 billion (US$18.2 billion) to S$26 billion for 2023, which exceeds STB's forecast of between S$18 billion to S$21 billion.

  4. DOS

    Statistics on the tourism sector and hotel industry are compiled by the Singapore Tourism Board. Data are preliminary when first released. 1 Refers to % change in latest period over the same period in the previous year. 2 Refers to % change in the previous period over the same period in the previous year. 3 Data under the column for '% change ...

  5. Singapore: international visitor arrivals 2022

    In 2022, the number of international visitor arrivals to Singapore was around 6.31 million, an increase explained by the gradual recovery from the COVID-19. ... Direct foreign tourist arrivals ...

  6. Singapore tourist arrivals dip for 3rd straight month to 1.13 million

    Nov 21, 2023, 08:51 PM. Published. Nov 21, 2023, 11:55 AM. SINGAPORE - Singapore's international visitor arrivals slipped month on month for the third consecutive month to 1,125,948 in October ...

  7. Tourism recovery to keep momentum in 2024, with tourist spend nearing

    More than 3.5 million Chinese tourists visited Singapore in 2019, but post-pandemic arrivals have not rebounded to such levels, with the Republic receiving just 37 per cent of this number from ...

  8. Home

    Singapore Tourism Analytics Network (Stan) Explore Stan, a data analytics platform, to visualise Visitor Arrivals statistics and access other tourism statistics like Hotel, Tourism Receipts and Cruise statistics. Visiting Singapore for leisure or business? Please visit www.visitsingapore.com for more information.

  9. DOS

    International Visitor Arrivals. The Singapore Tourism Board publishes monthly statistics on international visitor arrivals. Data on international visitor arrivals are compiled from immigration movement records completed by all visitors arriving in Singapore at the points of entry. Data. Please click on the topic to view the available data tables.

  10. Singapore tourist arrivals climb, continue to surpass one million in

    Tourism arrivals jumped to 1.13 million in April, up from 1.02 million recorded in the preceding month, based on the latest figures released by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) on Monday.

  11. Stan

    Stan is a data analytics platform to view visualisations and perform analysis on tourism-related data, ... Gain an overview of key Visitor Arrivals data presented in visualisations, including top source markets, overnight visitors, and the average length of stay. ... A platform for industry users to share and consume Singapore tourism-related ...

  12. Visitor arrivals in Singapore creep back to pre-pandemic levels as

    Singapore's tourism receipts are estimated to reach S$13.8 billion to S$14.3 billion for 2022 - about 50 to 52 per cent of 2019 levels, according to figures released by STB on Tuesday (Jan 17). In ...

  13. Singapore's tourism sector recovers strongly in 2022, visitor numbers

    International arrivals exceed forecast to hit 6.3 million, tourism receipts reach an estimated $14 billion amid growing demand. Singapore, 17 January 2023 - Singapore's international visitor arrivals (IVA) reached 6.3 million in 2022 (~33 per cent of 2019 IVA), exceeding STB's forecast of between 4 and 6 million visitors.Tourism receipts (TR) are estimated to reach $13.8 to $14.3 billion ...

  14. Singapore tourist arrivals double in 2023 amid global travel recovery

    The city state recorded 13.6 million international visitor arrivals in 2023, while tourism receipts are expected to soar to SG$24.5-26 billion

  15. Welcome to Singapore: Up to 6 million visitors expected this year ...

    With borders around the world closing and authorities putting up travel restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19, Singapore's visitor arrivals plummeted more than 80 per cent year-on-year to 2. ...

  16. Singapore Tourist Arrivals

    Tourist Arrivals in Singapore decreased to 1355592 in April from 1480514 in March of 2024. This page provides - Singapore Tourist Arrivals - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.

  17. Singapore tourist arrivals grow for 8th straight month in September to

    Oct 11, 2022, 01:26 PM. SINGAPORE - Singapore's international visitor arrivals extended growth for the eighth consecutive month in September to set another post-Covid-19 monthly record, according ...

  18. Singapore updates tourism performance forecast for 2024

    The initial forecast, shared in February, was 15 million to 16 million in arrivals and S$26 billion to S$27.5 billion in tourism receipts. STB's Melissa Ow highlights the tourism board's many initiatives to stimulate global travel interest in Singapore. Addressing industry stakeholders at the STB Tourism Industry Conference 2024, held this ...

  19. Singapore: yoy change monthly international visitor arrivals 2023

    YoY change in monthly international visitor arrivals in Singapore 2020-2023. In June 2023, there was a 107.7 percent increase in the number of international visitor arrivals to Singapore compared ...

  20. S'pore's tourist arrivals fell 85% to 2.7m, lowest in four decades due

    Last year's arrivals nearly all took place during the first two months of the year, and the total number is a drop of 85.7 per cent from arrivals in the whole of 2019, said the Singapore Tourism ...

  21. STB expects 4 to 6 million international visitor arrivals for 2022 as

    With global travel picking up pace, Singapore expects to receive between 4 and 6 million visitors in 2022. In the first half of 2022, Singapore clocked 1.5 million visitor arrivals, nearly 12 times more compared to the same period in 2021 (119,000). Tourism receipts (TR) reached an estimated S$1.3 billion in the first quarter of the year.

  22. FY Ads Singapore: Transforming Dian Xiao Er into a Must-Visit for

    SINGAPORE, June 28, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- FY Ads Singapore proudly unveils the outstanding success of its Xiaohongshu marketing campaign for Dian Xiao Er, a beloved dining destination in Singapore.The return of Chinese tourists to Singapore saw a notable surge during China's recent five-day May Day holiday 2024, with tour operators reporting a significant 20% increase in arrivals.

  23. PDF Singapore Tourism Board

    Singapore Tourism Board International Visitor Arrivals Statistics Published Date: 08 Oct 2019 Statistical Tables 1.1 All Mode of Arrival 1.2 Air 1.3 Sea 1.4 Land 2 Visitor Days Explanatory Notes CONTENTS Monthly International Visitor Arrivals by Inbound Tourism Markets and Mode of Arrival, January - December 2019 ...

  24. Money Mind 2024/2025

    Singapore and Malaysia mark 100 years of the Causeway, calling it a symbol of ties that bind 28/06/2024 4 mins News Video Reports

  25. Monthly Visitor Arrivals

    Monthly Visitor Arrivals. The Visitor Arrivals statistics have been shifted to the Tourism Statistics page in the Singapore Tourism Analytics Network (Stan) website. Explore Stan to find out more.