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Gain Insight in to the Tourism Sector in Singapore

Gain Insight in to the Tourism Sector in Singapore

Category: Asia Pacific - Singapore - Industry economy - Figures / Studies
This is a press release selected by our editorial committee and published online for free on 2008-03-26

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of “The 2007 Tourism Sector Outlook for Singapore” to their offering.

A current analysis of the outlook on Singapore’s tourism sector for 2007. Includes insight to its Airline and hotel lodging industries, as well as the tourism impact of its upcoming Integrated Resorts.

Singapore is a tiny bustling city-state of approximately 4.4 million people, with a highly developed economy, urban environment and multicultural society. In 2006, Singapore attracted 9.7 million international visitors - a 9% annual growth over 2005 figures - and received S$12.4 billion (approximately US$8.1 billion) in tourist receipts.

The author believes the island city could see substantial growth in tourism arrivals and tourist dollar revenues in calendar year 2007. We believe that the outlook for Singapore’s tourism sector in the near term is positive.

The government of Singapore recently put forth a highly ambitious goal of 17 million visitor arrivals and S$30 billion (US$19.6 billion) in tourism receipts by the year 2015. The achievement of these objectives will be highly contingent upon the development of two multi-billion dollar integrated resorts - comprehensive leisure and entertainment complexes with casinos, hotel accommodation, restaurants, retail establishments, entertainment venues, convention and meetings space and other attractions.

Topics Covered:

The 2007 Tourism Sector And Economy

The Casino Gaming Industry In Singapore

The Economic Environment In Singapore

Tourism Development In Singapore

Singapore’s Airline Connectivity

The Growing Hotel Lodging Industry In Singapore

Recent Entertainment And Leisure Developments In Singapore

Interdependence Of Singapore’s Hotels, Airlines And Casinos

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