Singapore visitor arrivals in September 2010 registered
a growth of 18.4%
to reach 947,000, the highest number of
arrivals received in the month of September and the tenth
consecutive month of record visitor arrivals for Singapore.
September’s visitor arrivals can be partly
attributed to the hosting of the Formula 1 Singtel Singapore Grand
Prix, the world’s only F1 night race and the draw of the
many leisure and entertainment events under the Grand Prix Season
Singapore 2010. Visitor days were estimated at 3.8 million days,
a year-on-year growth of 17.5% in comparison with
Indonesia (244,000), Malaysia (95,000),
Australia (80,000), P.R. China (74,000) and India (55,000) were
Singapore's top five visitor-generating markets in September 2010.
These markets accounted for 58% of total visitor arrivals for the
12 out of the top 15 markets registered positive
year-on-year growth in September this year. In September 2010, South Korea (+63.2%),
Malaysia (+40.2%), and Vietnam (+38.9%) registered their highest
growth out of the top 15 markets.
AOR posted a 5.2 percentage point increase over
September 2009 to reach 82% in September 2010, while ARR increased by 13.1% over
September 2009 to reach an estimate of Sin$233.
by 20.7% to reach Sin$192 in September 2010 and hotel room revenue grew 22.6% against September
2009 to reach an estimated Sin$174 million in September 2010.
In September 2010, the AOR of Economy Tier
hotels reported the largest growth (+13.5 percentage points)
against September 2009 to reach 81%.
The ARR of Mid-Tier hotels recorded the largest
growth of 25.1% against September 2009 to reach Sin$185 in September
Hotels in the Economy Tier reported the largest
growth (+43.4%) in RevPAR in September 2010 to reach Sin$87.
Singapore Visitor Arrivals in August 2010,
Singapore Visitor Arrivals in September 2009,
Singapore Visitor Arrivals in September 2008
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