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Singapore Travel & Tourism Market (2009 – 2015)

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Report Details “Singapore Travel & Tourism Market (2009 – 2015)” published by Renub Research provides an in-depth analysis of the present and future prospects of the Singapore travel and tourism industry. The report has been researched at source Globally and Singapore specific, and features latest-available data covering: • Global tourist arrival and receipts • International and Outbound tourism globally • Top 10 spenders globally • Inbound and Outbound tourist arrivals • Expenditure in Singapore by top 10 countries • Hotel industry - No. of hotels & rooms, revenue generation from hotels, Average Occupancy Rate, Average Room Rate & Revenue per Available Room data is available • Singapore – Inbound, Outbound tourist arrival and expenditure forecast till 2015 • Sectors – Holiday, Business Travel & MICE Industry (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, Exhibitions) • Cruise Tourism, Formula One Grand Prix Race, and Casino Tourism have been analyzed in the report. Research Highlights • Globally International tourist arrivals reached 922.4 Million, up from 904.3 Million in 2007, representing a growth of 2%. • It is estimated that by 2020 international tourist’s arrival will cross the mark of 1.5 Billion tourist’s arrivals globally. • Singapore Inbound tourist arrivals have crossed the 10 Million mark by the end of 2008. • It is expected that the Inbound tourist arrival in Singapore will increase with a CAGR value of around 10.18% for the period spanning from 2009-2015. • It is forecasted that Singapore tourism receipts will increase with a CAGR value 15.71 % for the period spanning 2009-2015. • Business Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, Exhibitions are the second highest region for travelers to visit Singapore from 2006 to 2008 and it’s increasing its share rapidly. • Singapore hotel room revenue has grown with a CAGR of 15.5% for the period of 2004 to 2008. • Internet is the most preferred medium to gather information by tourist, In 2008 mor

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									                    2010
Singapore Travel & Tourism
   Market (2009 – 2015)




                   Publisher: Renub Research
                   Published: May 2010
Report Details

“Singapore Travel & Tourism Market (2009 – 2015)” published by Renub Research provides
an in-depth analysis of the present and future prospects of the Singapore travel and tourism
industry. The report has been researched at source Globally and Singapore specific, and
features latest-available data covering:


      Global tourist arrival and receipts
      International and Outbound tourism globally
      Top 10 spenders globally
      Inbound and Outbound tourist arrivals
      Expenditure in Singapore by top 10 countries
      Hotel industry - No. of hotels & rooms, revenue generation from hotels, Average
       Occupancy Rate, Average Room Rate & Revenue per Available Room data is available
      Singapore – Inbound, Outbound tourist arrival and expenditure forecast till 2015
      Sectors – Holiday, Business Travel & MICE Industry (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions,
       Exhibitions)
      Cruise Tourism, Formula One Grand Prix Race, and Casino Tourism have been analyzed
       in the report.


Research Highlights

      Globally International tourist arrivals reached 922.4 Million, up from 904.3 Million in
       2007, representing a growth of 2%.
      It is estimated that by 2020 international tourist’s arrival will cross the mark of 1.5
       Billion tourist’s arrivals globally.
      Singapore Inbound tourist arrivals have crossed the 10 Million mark by the end of 2008.
      It is expected that the Inbound tourist arrival in Singapore will increase with a CAGR
       value of around 10.18% for the period spanning from 2009-2015.
      It is forecasted that Singapore tourism receipts will increase with a CAGR value 15.71
       % for the period spanning 2009-2015.




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      Business Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, Exhibitions are the second highest region
       for travelers to visit Singapore from 2006 to 2008 and it’s increasing its share rapidly.
      Singapore hotel room revenue has grown with a CAGR of 15.5% for the period of 2004
       to 2008.
      Internet is the most preferred medium to gather information by tourist, In 2008 more
       than 50% tourists gathered information from internet.
      Singapore cruise passenger is expected to cross the figure of 1 Million by 2015.
      Formula One Grand Prix Race is attracting lots of tourists to Singapore and generated
       more than US$ 100 Million of Tourism Receipts in 2008.
      Casino tourism is going to be another major revenue earner for Singapore tourism.


Key Players Analyzed


This section covers the key facts about the major players (airlines, hotels and tour operators)
currently operating in the Indian tourism industry. The key players analyzed in this section
include - Airlines: Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd, Garuda Indonesia, Singapore Airlines Ltd, Thai
Airways International Ltd, Hotels: Meritus Mandarin, Singapore, The Pan Pacific Hotel,
Singapore, Tour Operators: Prime Travel & Tour, WTS Travel & Tours


Data Sources


Information and data in this report has been collected from various printable and non-
printable sources like Magazines, Newspapers, Trade Journals, White papers, Online paid
databases, News websites Government Agencies and Trade associations.




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                                          Table of Contents

1.     Executive Summary

2.     Global Tourism – Overview

     2.1    International - Tourist Arrivals by Sub-Region

     2.2    International Tourism Receipts by Sub-Region

     2.3    Top Ten Countries Tourist Arrivals and Receipts

     2.4    Purpose of Visit and means of Transport

     2.5    International Outbound Tourism

     2.6    International Tourism’s top Spenders

     2.7    Global By Region – Forecast of International Tourist Arrivals

3.     Singapore Tourism - Overview

     3.1    Inbound Tourist Arrivals & Forecast

     3.2    Tourism Receipts & Forecast

     3.3    Outbound Tourist Departures

     3.4    Percentage Distribution in Outbound Tourism

4.     Tourist Profile

     4.1    Type of Accommodation

     4.2    Travelling Companions

     4.3    Information Gathered before Visiting & Sites Visited

5.     Hotel Accommodation

     5.1    Number of Hotels & Revenue Generation by Hotels

     5.2    Rooms by Tire (Luxury, Upscale, Mid-Tire, Economy) & Average Occupancy Rate, Average
     Room Rate & Revenue per Available Room

6.     Expenditure of Visitors

     6.1    Top 10 Total Expenditure of Visitors

     6.2    Major Expenditure Items (Shopping, Accommodation, Food & Beverage, Medical, Local
     Transport, Sightseeing/Entertainment)

     6.3    Top 10 Shopping Spenders (Countries)

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7.     Singapore – Medical Tourism

     7.1    Medical Tourist Arrivals

     7.2    Medical Tourism Market

8.     Industry Performance – Growth Factors

     8.1    Financial Grants & Tax Incentives

     8.2    Entrance of Low Cost Carriers

     8.3    Holiday, Business Travel & MICE Industry (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, Exhibitions)
     Penetration

     8.4    Cruise Tourism in Singapore

     8.5    Formula One Grand Prix Race – in Night is an added Attraction

     8.6    Casino Tourism – Singapore Attempt to be Las Vegas of Southeast Asia

     8.7    Growth in Medical Tourism due Strong Government Support & Stringent Healthcare Laws

9.     Key Players

     9.1    Airlines
       9.1.1       Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd
       9.1.2       Garuda Indonesia
       9.1.3       Singapore Airlines Ltd.
       9.1.4       Thai Airways International Ltd.

     9.2    Hotels
       9.2.1       Meritus Mandarin, Singapore
       9.2.2       The Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore

     9.3    Tour Operators
       9.3.1       Prime Travel & Tour
       9.3.2       WTS Travel & Tours




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List of Figures:


Figure 2-1: Global - International Tourist Arrivals (Million), 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005 – 2008
Figure 2-2: Global – International Tourism Receipts (Billion US$), 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005 – 2008
Figure 2-3: Global - Inbound Tourism by Purpose of Visit (Percent), 2008
Figure 2-4: Global - Inbound Tourism by Means of Transport (Percent), 2008
Figure 3-1: Singapore – Tourist Arrivals & Percentage Change Year on Year, (Millions & Percent), 2004 –
     2008, 1H 2009
Figure 3-2: Singapore - Forecast for Inbound Tourist Arrivals (Billion), 2009 - 2015
Figure 3-3: Singapore – Inbound Tourism Receipts & Percent Change Year on Year (Billion US$,
     Percent), 2004 – 2008, 1H 2009
Figure 3-4: Singapore - Forecast for Inbound Tourism Receipts (Billion US$), 2009 - 2015
Figure 3-5: Singapore – Outbound Tourist Departures (Numbers), 2004 - 2008
Figure 3-6: Singapore – Means of Outbound Tourist Departures (Percent), 2004 - 2008
Figure 4-1: Singapore – Type of Accommodation (Percent), 2005 – 2008
Figure 4-2: Singapore – Travelling Alone & With Companions (Percent), 2005 – 2008
Figure 4-3: Singapore – Average Family Size & Average Party Size (Number), 2005 – 2008
Figure 5-1: Singapore - Supply of Gazetted Hotels and Hotel Rooms (Number), 2004 - 2008
Figure 5-2: Singapore - Total Revenue of Gazetted Hotels (Million S$, Percent), 2004 – 2008
Figure 5-3: Singapore – All Hotels Average Occupancy Rate, Average Room Rate and Revenue per
     Available Room (Number S$, Percent), 2008
Figure 5-4: Singapore - By Tire (Luxury, Upscale, Mid-Tire, Economy) Average Occupancy Rate, Average
     Room Rate and Revenue per Available Room (Number S$, Percent), 2008
Figure 6-1: Major Expenditure Items (Shopping, Accommodation, Food & Beverage, Medical, Local
     Transport, Sightseeing/Entertainment & Others) (Million S$ & Percent), 2008
Figure 6-2: Total Expenditure of Visitors & Per Capita Expenditure by Major Expenditure Items (Shopping,
     Accommodation, Food & Beverage, Medical, Local Transport, Sightseeing/Entertainment & Others,
     2004-2008
Figure 6-3: Singapore - Top 10 Shopping Spenders (Percentage Change), 2008
Figure 7-1: Singapore – Medical Tourist Arrivals (Thousand), 2004 – 2008E
Figure 7-2: Singapore – Forecast for Medical Tourist Arrivals (Thousand), 2009 – 2013
Figure 7-3: Singapore – Medical Tourism Market (Million US$), 2004 – 2008E
Figure 7-4: Singapore – Forecast for Medical Tourism Market (Million US$), 2009 – 2013
Figure 8-1: Singapore – Means of Arrival (Air, Sea, Land) (Percent), 2008
Figure 8-2: Singapore - Holiday, Business Travel & MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions,
     Exhibitions) Penetration (Percent Breakdown), 2005 - 2008
Figure 8-3: Singapore – Forecast Tourist Arrivals on Cruise (Million), 2015



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Figure 8-4: Singapore - Annual Cruise Ships and Passenger throughput Volume (Number & Thousand)
     (2004 – 2008, 1H 2009)
Figure 8-5: Singapore – Tourist Arrivals for 2008 Formula One Race & Tourism Receipts (Thousand,
     Million US$), 2008
Figure 8-6: Singapore - Investment in Casino Tourism (Billion US$), 2009




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List of Tables:


Table 2-1: Global – By Geographic Region International Tourist Arrivals (Million, Percentage Change),
     1990, 1995, 2000, 2005 – 2008
Table 2-2: Global – By Geographic Region International Tourism Receipts (Billion US$), 2007 & 2008
Table 2-3: Global – International Tourist Arrivals (Million & Percent Change Over Previous Year), 2007 &
     2008
Table 2-4: Global – International Tourism Receipts (Billion US$ & Percentage Change Over Previous
     Year), 2007 & 2008
Table 2-5: Global – By Geographic Region International Outbound Tourist Arrivals (Million & Percentage
     Change Over Previous Year), 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005 - 2008
Table 2-6: Global – Top 10 Countries International Tourism Expenditure (Billion US$), 2007 & 2008
Table 2-7: Global – Forecast for International Tourist Arrivals (Million), 2010 & 2020
Table 3-1: Singapore - By Geographic Region Inbound Visitors Arrivals (Numbers), 2001 – 2008
Table 4-1: Singapore - Travel with Companions (Amongst those who didn’t travel alone) (Percent), 2005
     – 2008
Table 4-2: Singapore – Before Visiting Information Gathering by Tourist (Percent) 2005 – 2008
Table 4-3: Singapore – Paid-Access Sites Visited by Tourists (Percent), 2005 – 2008
Table 4-4: Singapore – Free-Access Sites Visited by Tourists (Percent), 2005 – 2008
Table 6-1: Singapore - Top 10 Total Expenditure of Visitors Generating Markets (Million S$, Percentage
     Change), 2008
Table 6-2: Singapore - Top 10 Total Expenditure of Visitors and Per Capita Expenditure Generating
     Markets (Million S$, Percentage Change), 2008
Table 6-3: Singapore – Major Expenditure Items (Shopping, Accommodation, Food & Beverage, Medical,
     Local Transport, Sightseeing/Entertainment & Others) Year-On-Year Percentage (%) Change, 2007
     - 2008
Table 6-4: Singapore – Top 10 Shopping Spenders (Countries) (Million S$), 2008
Table 7-1: Singapore – Healthcare Facilities (Number), 2005 – 2007
Table 9-1: Cathay Pacific - Key Financials (Million US$), 2006 - 2008
Table 9-2: Garuda Indonesia - Key Financials (Trillion US$), 2007 - 2009
Table 9-3: Singapore Airlines Ltd - Key Financials (Million US$), 2006 - 2008
Table 9-4: Thai Airways International Ltd - Key Financials (Million US$), 2006 - 2008




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