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- 89. New Zealand Visitor Arrivals for April 2009
New Zealand Visitor Arrivals for April 2009. Australian visitor arrivals to New Zealand continued to offset softening numbers from other long-haul markets during March and April. A late Easter led to a 9.2% jump in international arrivals to New Zealand for April 2009.
- 90. Singapore Visitor Arrivals for August 2008
Singapore Visitor Arrivals for August 2008. In August 2008, visitor arrivals to Singapore reached 842,000, a decline of 7.7% compared to August 2007. Visitor days were estimated to reach 3.7 million days, an increase of 3.8% in comparison with August 2007. Indonesia (133,000), P.R. China (91,000), Australia (65,000), India (58,000) and Japan (53,000) were Singapore’s top five visit
- 91. New Zealand Visitor Arrivals in October 2009
New Zealand Visitor Arrivals in October 2009. New Zealand's visitor arrivals grew for a second consecutive month in October 2009. Arrivals were up 7.7% for the month of October 2009, almost thirteen and a half thousand more visitors than the same month last year. Overall, for the year ended October, there have been 1% fewer visitors than 2008.
- 92. Beijing Olympics Takes a Toll on New Zealand Visitor Arrivals in August 2008
Beijing Olympics Takes a Toll on New Zealand Visitor Arrivals in August 2008. A dip in Chinese visitor arrivals to New Zealand in August 2008 has demonstrated the importance of this growing market to New Zealand’s tourism industry. The ‘stay at home’ influence of the Olympics and a continued ban on Government travel after the May Sichuan earthquake resulted in a 29% drop (2600) in
- 93. Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals for October 2007
Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals for October 2007. In October 2007 visitor arrivals to Hong Kong rose by 17% to 2,568,040, making it the best October figure ever for the vibrant city. The increase brought the cumulative arrivals for January-October 2007 to 22,931,804, a year-on-year increase of 10.4%.
- 94. Singapore Visitor Arrivals for May 2008
Singapore Visitor Arrivals for May 2008. In May 2008, Singapore welcomed 828,000 visitors, representing a growth of 0.8% as compared to the same month a year ago. This is a new record for visitor arrivals for the month of May. Visitor days were estimated to reach 3.5 million days, an increase of 12.1% in comparison with May 2007.
- 95. Singapore Visitor Arrivals for August 2007
Singapore Visitor Arrivals for August 2007. In August 2007, Singapore welcomed 911,000 visitors, representing a growth of 4.7% as compared to August 2006. This set a new record for the number of visitor arrivals in the month of August. Visitor days were estimated to reach 3.6 million days, an increase of 14.4% in comparison to August 2006.
- 96. New Zealand Visitor Arrivals in 2009 to be Down Around 10%
New Zealand Visitor Arrivals in 2009 to be Down Around 10%. The New Zealand tourism industry expects visitor arrivals to be down around 10% in 2009 when compared with 2008. Tourism New Zealand Chief Executive George Hickton said Australia presents New Zealand’s best opportunity for growth as other key source markets suffer the fall-out of the crisis.
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