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- 65. Singapore Visitor Arrivals for February 2009
Singapore Visitor Arrivals for February 2009. Visitor arrivals to Singapore reached 689,000 in February 2009, registering a decline of 15.2% compared to February 2008. Visitor days were estimated at 2.8 million days, a decrease of 11.6% in comparison with February 2008.
- 66. Thailand Visitor Arrivals in Q1 2013 Boosted by Over 1.1 Million Chinese
Led by a dramatic 93% growth in arrivals from China, Thailand’s visitor arrivals surged to a record total of 6,828,718 in Q1 2013, up by 18.94% over the same period in 2012, according to figures published by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports. China’s total of 1.12 million visitor arrivals made it the first time that any country had crossed the one million mark in the short span of
- 67. Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals for February 2009
Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals for February 2009. Hong Kong's visitor arrivals in February 2009 reached 2,162,325, 8.1% less than in February 2008. This brings cumulative arrivals for the first two months of 2009 to 4,958,424, 1.8% ahead of the same period last year.
- 68. Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals in August 2012
Visitor arrivals to Hong Kong in August 2012 rose 20.5% year-on-year to 4,898,843. In the first eight months of the year, visitor arrivals rose to 31,591,383, 16.0% more than in the corresponding period in last year.
- 69. Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals for H1 2009
Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals for H1 2009. Visitor arrivals to Hong Kong reached 13,696,779 in the first six months of 2009, a decrease of 3.4% over the same period last year.
- 70. Fiji Visitor Arrivals in January 2010
Fiji Visitor Arrivals in January 2010. Fiji has kicked off 2010 with a 37.6% jump in international visitor arrivals – the best figures the destination has recorded for the start to a new year’s business since 2008. Figures released this week by Tourism Fiji for January 2010 show the destination attracted a total of 45,362 international visitors in January, a more than 9000 increase
- 71. PATA Forecasts 5% Drop in Asia Pacific Visitor Arrivals in 2009
PATA Forecasts 5% Drop in Asia Pacific Visitor Arrivals in 2009. Two sub-regions recorded positive growth for the month. International visitor arrivals to Southeast Asia grew by 14% while arrivals to the Pacific were up 9%. The strong 25% growth in arrivals to Malaysia and the rebound in arrivals to Thailand (from a very low base in September 2008) boosted overall arrivals growth i
- 72. Singapore Visitor Arrivals in December 2010
Singapore Visitor Arrivals in December 2010. International visitor arrivals to Singapore registered 15.9% growth to reach 1,127,000 in December 2010. This is the highest number of arrivals recorded ever for a single month. Visitor days1 were estimated at 4.2 million days, a year-on-year growth of 13.1% in comparison with December 2009.
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