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Singapore Visitor Arrivals in June 2010

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Singapore visitor arrivals registered 26.7% growth to reach 950,000 in June 2010, the highest ever recorded visitor arrivals in the month of June. This is the seventh consecutive month of record visitor arrivals.

Visitor days were estimated at 4 million days, a year-on-year growth of 22.6% in comparison with June 2009.

Indonesia (214,000), Malaysia (93,000), India (83,000), Australia (75,000), and P.R. China (69,000) were Singapores top five visitor-generating markets in June 2010. These markets accounted for 56% of total visitor arrivals for the month.

14 out of the 15 top markets registered positive year-on-year growth in June this year. P.R. China (+65.8%) Malaysia (+51.3%), and Hong Kong (+48.2%) registered their highest growth out of the top 15 markets.

Gazetted hotel room revenue was estimated at Sin$170 million, representing an increase of 45.7% compared to a year ago.

AOR posted a 12.3 percentage point increase over June 2009 to reach 88% in June 2010, while ARR increased by 22.7% over June 2009 to reach an estimate of Sin$219. RevPAR increased by 42.6% to reach Sin$192.

The AOR of Economy Tier hotels reported the largest growth (+19 percentage points) against June 2009 to reach 88%. The ARR of Mid-Tier hotels recorded the largest growth of 33.4% against June 2009 to reach Sin$182 in June 2010, while hotels in the Mid-Tier also reported the largest growth (+50.6%) in RevPAR to reach Sin$162.

See also: Singapore Visitor Arrivals in May 2010 and Singapore Visitor Arrivals in June 2009, Singapore Visitor Arrivals in June 2008

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