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41. Singapore F1 Levy for 2009 Reduced to Four Nights
Singapore F1 Levy for 2009 Reduced to Four Nights. Singapores hosting of the F1 race in 2008 generated substantial economic benefits and invaluable branding for Singapore as a tourism destination. The 2008 Formula 1 SingTel Singapore Grand Prix attracted over 40,000 overseas visitors and generated Sin$168 million in tourism receipts. The average length of stay recorded by these vi
42. Visitors Impressed with Museums in Singapore
Visitors Impressed with Museums in Singapore. In 2008, over 6.5 million people visited the museums in Singapore a 26% jump from the year before. Singapore showcases a diversity of museums, each with a focus ranging from arts and culture to science and healthcare. The iconic National Museum of Singapore topped the list of the most visited museum here with 871,800 visitors in 2008.
43. Record Tourism Receipts for Singapore in 2008
Record Tourism Receipts for Singapore in 2008. Singapores tourism sector generated an estimated Sin$14.8 billion in tourism receipts (TR) in 2008. This represents a growth of 5% over 2007 and sets a new record for Singapore, despite the impact of the global economic slowdown in the second half of the year. In terms of visitor arrivals, Singapore welcomed an estimated 10.1 million
44. Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore Ready to Commence Operations
The Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore (MBCCS), Singapores 28,000-square metre International Cruise Terminal, has been completed with the official opening slated for late 2012. The MBCCS can handle 6,800 passengers at any one time and effectively doubles Singapores berth capacity, and allows Singapore to cater to the worlds largest cruise ships.
45. Singapore Airlines takes Delivery of Fifth Airbus A380
Singapore Airlines takes Delivery of Fifth Airbus A380. With the addition of this fifth A380 into its fleet, Singapore Airlines will upgrade more of its Boeing 747-400 flights to A380 operations on the Singapore-London route. SQ318 the lunch-time departure from Singapore to London Heathrow and the returning SQ321 late-evening departure from London will be operated by an A38
46. Singapore to Step Up Efforts to Promote Inbound Tourism
Singapore Airlines (SIA), Changi Airport Group (CAG) and the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) have stepped up efforts to jointly promote inbound travel to Singapore and Changi Airport, in the largest collaboration among the three partners to date. Under the new two-year partnership, the three parties will jointly invest $20 million to collaborate in amplifying the Singapore experience
47. Win a Trip to Singapore with New Online Racing Game
Win a Trip to Singapore with New Online Racing Game. Online racing enthusiasts around the world can now start their engines and race down the streets of Marina Centre to win themselves a return trip for two to Singapore amongst many other prizes. Developed by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB), the Uniquely Singapore Racer is a 3D interactive flash application that allows online pla
48. Singapore Airlines to launch Airbus A380 Flights to Hong Kong
Singapore Airlines to launch Airbus A380 Flights to Hong Kong. Singapore Airlines is to launch Airbus A380 flights on the busy Singapore-Hong Kong route. The new route, to commence on 9 July 2009, will enable travellers to commute in greater comfort between the two vibrant cities, but will also enable seamless A380 connections to other popular destinations on the Singapore Airlines

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