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Annual

Report
on
TOURISM STATISTICS
2010/2011

PREFACE
This publication Annual Report on Tourism Statistics serves as a reference to the trends and
performance of visitor arrival and expenditure statistics and hotel sector of the tourism industry.

All information in this publication are deemed to be correct at time of printing.

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the data in this report, the Singapore
Tourism Board (STB) shall not be liable for any loss, damage or injury caused by or arising through
the use of this data in this publication. Data derived from the Overseas Visitors Survey are subject to
sampling error. Users are advised to exercise discretion when drawing any conclusion or inferences,
or taking any action, based on the data.

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Research & Statistics


Research & Incentives Division
Singapore Tourism Board

Published Date : December 2012

2012 Singapore Tourism Board

CONTENTS
01 Overview of the Tourism Sector Performance
13 Visitor Arrival Statistics
(Disembarkation/Embarkation Cards)

41 Visitor Arrival Statistics


(Overseas Visitors Survey)

59 Tourism Receipts Statistics


74 Hotel Statistics
85 Cruise Statistics
86 Incoming Passenger Carriers - Flights & Seat Capacity
Statistics

99 Singapore Outbound Statistics


Annual Report on Tourism Statistics 2010/2011

(ISSN 0218-4567)

2010/2011 TOURISM SECTOR PERFORMANCE


OVERVIEW
OVERVIEW

Singapore received a record number of visitor arrivals for consecutive years, at 11.6 million in 2010 and 13.2
million in 2011, registering year-on-year growth rates of 20.2% and 13.1% respectively. Tourism receipts hit
S$18.9 billion in 2010 at a growth of 49.7 % versus 2009, only to be surpassed in 2011 with tourism receipts
growing by 17.7% to end the year at a record $22.3 billion. Visitor Days went up by 9.3% to 49.1 million as
compared to 2010, while average length of stay decreased by 3.4% to 3.73 days in 2011 versus 3.86 days in
2010.
In 2011, gazetted hotels room revenue amounted to S$2.6 billion, representing a 26.4% growth over 2010.
Both average occupancy rate (+1.2 percentage points) and average room rate (+13.4%) registered growth as
compared to 2010, resulting in a 15.0% improvement in REVPAR .

Chart 1:
Tourism Receipts and
International Visitor Arrivals

Chart 2:
Visitor Days and
Average Length of Stay

13.2 m
$22.3 b
49.1 m
44.9 m

(+9.3%)

2011

( -3.4%)
3.86 days
3.38
3.73 days
days
2010

2010

2010

(+13.1%)

2011

(+17.7%)

2011

2010

$18.9 b

Tourism Receipts

Visitor Arrvials

2011

11.6 m

ALOS

Visitor Days

Chart 3:
Average Occupancy Rate / Average Room Rate /
Revenue Per Available Room

Chart 4:
Room Revenue

Gazetted Hotels
1859

$2,643.5m

86%
$247
$214

2011

$186

AOR

ARR

$2,091.0m

REVPAR

01

(+26.4%)

(+15.0%)

2010

2010

2010

2011

(+13.4%)

20011

$218

2011

(+1.2
%points)

2010

85%

Room Revenue

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INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS

Despite the slowdown in the global economy, visitor arrivals to Singapore registered double-digit year-onyear growth in both 2010 and 2011. In particular, visitor arrivals reached an all-time monthly record high of
1,273,870 in July 2011. All quarters in 2011 experienced double-digit year-on-year growth, with the
exception of 4Q 2011, where growth slowed to 8.4% versus 4Q 2010.

Chart 5: International Visitor Arrivals, 2007 - 2010

%Change

Number of Arrivals
(mil)
14

13.2
11.6

25

12
+20.2

10.3

10.1

10

30

9.7

20
15

8
+13.1
6

+5.5

10
5

0
-1.6

-4.3

-5
-10

0
2007

2008

2009

Arrivals

2010

2011

%Change

Chart 6: Monthly International Visitor Arrivals, 2010 - 2011

Number of Arrivals
(000)
1,400
1,200
1,000
800
600

2010

400

2011
200
0
Jan
2010 17.7
2011 16.2
2010 Qtr
2011 Qtr

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

24.3
15.5

17.4
15.4
19.6
15.7

20.5
17.5

30.3
11.3

26.7
13.6
25.8
14.1

24.1
16.3

18.0
18.2

18.5
9.1
20.3
14.7

15.9
10.9

16.1
6.6

16.0
7.9
16.0
8.4

02

Y-o-Y
%
Change

2010/2011 TOURISM SECTOR PERFORMANCE


VISITOR ARRIVALS BY MAJOR MARKETS

In 2011, Hong Kong edged past USA to make it to Singapores top 10 source markets for visitor arrivals.
Among the top 10 source markets, China grew the fastest at +34.7% while UK registered the biggest decline
of -4.1% versus their respective 2010 performances.

Chart 7: Top 10 Generating Markets, 2010 and 2011

Generating
Market

2011 VA

Rank
(2011)

% Change
(11vs10)

Rank
(2010)

2010 VA

% Change
(10vs09)

Indonesia

2,592,222

12.4

2,306,243

32.1

P R China

1,577,522

34.7

1,171,493

25.1

Malaysia

1,140,935

10.0

1,037,489

35.7

Australia

956,039

8.6

880,558

6.1

India

868,991

4.8

828,994

14.2
26.0

Philippines

677,723

24.5

544,449

Japan

656,417

24.1

528,951

8.0

Thailand
Hong Kong
SAR
UK

472,708

9.9

430,067

35.3

464,375

19.8

387,579

11

31.6

442,611

10

-4.1

461,769

-1.7

Chart 8: International Visitor Arrivals by Region, 2010 - 2011

2010

2011

AFRICA

AFRICA

(-1.1%)

(-2.8%)
AMERICAS

AMERICAS
(+12.2%)

OCEANIA

OCEANIA

1%
5%

(+5.6%)

(+5.1%)

Southeast
Asia

12%
41%

West Asia
(+25.3%)
South
Asia

1%

1%
4%

EUROPE

8%

EUROPE

(+7.4%)

(+10.5%)

(+30.9%)

(+5.3%)
South
Asia

9%

11%
41%

1%
8%

(+4.3%)

23%

(+12.3%)

8%

(+2.0%)
West
Asia

Southeast
Asia

26%

(+12.6%)
ASIA (75%)
North Asia
(+23.1%)

ASIA (76%)

Southeast
Asia

North Asia
(+26.9%)

North Asia

Southeast
Asia
North Asia

South Asia

South Asia

West Asia

West Asia

( ) denotes % change versus year ago.

03

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VISITOR PROFILE

Chart 9: Purpose of Visit, 2007 - 2011

(%)
100
21

19

10

12

22

23

15

15

23

Others

80
14
Visiting Friends
/ Relatives

60
29

30
27

27

24
Business /
MICE

40

20

Based on the 2011 Overseas Visitors


Survey, the majority of visitors came
to Singapore for Holiday, while the
proportion
of Business/MICE visitors
posted a 3 percentage points decline in
2011.

40

39

36

35

38

2007

2008*

2009*

2010*

2011*

Holiday

*Excludes FORMULA 1 visitors profile.

Chart 10: Type of Accommodation, 2007 - 2011

(%)
100
19

In 2010, visitors who stayed in hotels


dropped by 2 percentage points to 59%,
but increased again to 63% in 2011.

21

17

17

17
Others

80
20

22
21

24

20

60
Residence Of
Friends /
Relatives
40
61

58

61

59

63
Hotels

20

2007

2008*

2009*

2010*

2011*

*Excludes FORMULA 1 visitors profile.

04

2010/2011 TOURISM SECTOR PERFORMANCE


VISITOR PROFILE

The proportion of visitors who traveled to Singapore with companions continued to increase from 55% in
2009 to 59% in 2011. Nearly half of the visitors in 2011 travelled with their spouse while visitors travelling
with children aged 19 years and below ranked second as Singapore continued to remain relevant to the
family segment. The 2011 average family size and average party size remained relatively flat versus 2010, at
2.8 and 3.5 respectively.

Chart 11: Travelling Companions, 2007 - 2011

59%

41%

2010*

44%

56%

2009*

45%

55%

2008*

47%

53%

2007

20

(Amongst those who didnt travel alone)


46
45

Spouse

44%
0

Travel with Companions

Alone

With
Companions

56%
40

60

80

100

15
16

Children Aged
19 Years And
Below

(%)

2011*

14
14

Friends

2011*
13
Parents/
Parents-In-Law

12
2010*
11
13

Business
Associates /
Colleagues

2009*

Relatives

7
7

Siblings

7
8

2008*

(Person)
4
3.6
3

2.9
2.5

2.6
2.5

2.9
2.6

2.7

3.5
2.8

Average
Family
Size

5
4

Partner/
Boyfriend/
Girlfriend

4
4

Children Aged
Above 19 Years

(%)

Average
Party
Size

0
2007

2008*

2009*

2010*

2007

2011*

*Excludes FORMULA 1 visitors profile.

05

20

40

60

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VISITOR PROFILE

In 2011, Sentosa remained the most visited paid-access attractions in Singapore, while Orchard road was
the most visited free-access attractions, despite registering a continual decline.

Chart 12: Attraction Visited, 2007 - 2011

31

45
46
49

29
Sentosa

26

Orchard Road
30

65
32

69

24

30
31
29
34
37

12

Integrated Resort
(MBS/RWS)**

Chinatown

10
10
10

Singapore
Flyer/Flight
Experience

23
25
25

Little India

2011*

12

8
8
Night Safari

Singapore River
(Boat Quay/ Clarke
Quay)

10
12
13

20

2010*

19
19
18

2009*

2008*

8
8

2007
Singapore
Zoological Gardens

6
7
8
9

18
18
17

Merlion Park
Paid-Access (%)

**Responses collected were for part of 2010.

*Excludes FORMULA 1 visitors profile.

06

Free-Access (%)

2010/2011 TOURISM SECTOR PERFORMANCE


TOURISM RECEIPTS (TR)

In 2011, tourism receipts reached S$22.3 billion, a 17.7% growth compared to S$18.9 billion in 2010. The
increase in tourism receipts in 2010 and 2011 was due to higher visitor arrivals and higher tourism receipt
per capita expenditure of visitors.

Chart 13: Tourism Receipts, 2007 - 2011

50%
19%

18%

5%
-18%

TR (S$ billion)

22.3
18.9
14.8

15.5
12.6

2007

2008

2009

2010*

2011*

*Figure includes Gaming from 2010 onwards.

Chart 14: Tourism Receipts Per Capita Expenditure (TR PCE), 2007 - 2011

13%

25%

7%

4%

TR PCE (S$)

-15%

1 ,436

1 ,530

1 ,626

1 ,691

2010*

2011*

1 ,306

2007

2008

2009

*Figure includes Gaming from 2010 onwards.

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TOURISM RECEIPTS (TR)

The top five tourism receipts generating markets (excluding Sightseeing and Entertainment) in 2010 and
2011 were Indonesia, P R China, India, Australia and Malaysia. These markets accounted for 48% of total
tourism receipts (excluding sightseeing and entertainment) in 2011.
Among the top five tourism receipts generating markets, China recorded the highest growth of 28.4% in
2011, supported by strong growth in visitor arrivals (+34.7%). Conversely, despite an increase in visitor
arrivals, tourism receipts from USA registered a decline of 4.4% in 2011. However, USA continued to
have the highest tourism receipt per capita expenditure among the top ten tourism receipts generating
markets.
Chart 15: Top 10 Tourism Receipts (TR) Generating Markets, 2010 - 2011

2010*
VA
Ranking
S$ (mil)
(1)
(2)

2,604
1,644
911

( 5)

1,002

( 4)

2011*

TR
%Change
(11vs10)

TR
%Change
(10vs09)

767

( 3)

VA
Ranking
S$ (mil)

+24%

Indonesia

+10%

+22%

P R China

+28%

+19%

India

+21%

1,103

( 5)

+11%

Australia

+9%

1,095

( 4)

+15%

Malaysia

+17%

2,853
2,110

893

(1)
(2)

( 3)

( 6)

628

+13%

Philippines

+34%

840

( 6)

( 7)

609

+17%

Japan

+31%

796

( 7)

( 10 )

647

+23%

USA

-4%

+20%

Thailand

+4%

549

( 9)

542

(8)

+5%

UK

-1%

( 11 )

618
570

( 8)
( 10 )

538

*Sightseeing & entertainment expenditure has been excluded from tourism receipts in the country breakdown due to commercial
sensitivity of information.
( ) denotes visitor arrivals ranking.

Chart 16: Top 10 Tourism Receipts Per Capita Expenditure (TR PCE) Generating Markets, 2010 - 2011

2010*

S$

(2)

-6%

Indonesia

-3%

-2%

P R China

-5%

1,099

+4%

India

+16%

1,138

+4%

Australia

+1%

-15%

Malaysia

+6%

1,129

(1)

1,403

(4)
(3)

2011*

TR PCE
%Change
(11vs10)

TR PCE
%Change
(10vs09)

TR
Ranking

739

(5)

TR
Ranking
S$
(1)

1,101
1,338
1,270
1,146

(2)
(3)
(4)

783

(5)

(7)

1,153

-10%

Philippines

+7%

1,239

(6)

(8)

1,152

+8%

Japan

+5%

1,212

(7)

+9%

USA

-9%

-11%

Thailand

-6%

1,206

+6%

UK

+3%

1,215

(6)
(9)
( 10 )

1,550
1,276
1,174

1,403

(8)
(9)
(10 )

*Sightseeing & entertainment expenditure has been excluded from tourism receipts in the country breakdown due to commercial
sensitivity of information.
( ) denotes tourism receipts ranking.

08

2010/2011 TOURISM SECTOR PERFORMANCE


MAJOR EXPENDITURE ITEMS

Sightseeing and entertainment was the highest expenditure item in both 2010 and 2011, followed by
shopping. All major expenditure items experienced positive growth in 2011.
With the introduction of the two Integrated Resorts, TR PCE of sightseeing & entertainment registered a
significant increase in 2010 over 2009, with growth continuing in 2011.

Chart 17: Breakdown of Tourism Receipts by Major Expenditure Items

Others
S$ 3,866m

Accommodation
S$ 3,623m
19%

20%

2011*

Medical
S$ 856m

TR:

5%

Local
Transport S$
700m

10%

S$ 18.9 billion

4%

Others
S$ 4,010m

Accommodation
S$ 4,390m

Shopping
S$ 3,971m

21%

21%

Food &
Beverage
S$ 1,903m

Sightseeing &
Entertainment
S$ 4,013m

18%
Medical
S$ 980m
Local
Transport S$
779m

2010*

20%

4%

TR:

3%

10%

S$22.3 billion

24%

Food &
Beverage
S$ 2,239m

20%

Sightseeing &
Entertainment
S$ 5,391m

Shopping
S$ 4,489m

*Figure includes Sightseeing & entertainment (including gaming) at the two integrated resorts from 2010 onwards.

Chart 18: Breakdown of Tourism Receipts Per Capita Expenditure (TR PCE) by Major Expenditure Items,
2007 - 2011

S$
450
400

396

394

409

390
350

349

357
357

300

342

341

345

332

320

311

341
333
304

293

ACCOMMODATION
FOOD & BEVERAGE
SHOPPING

250
200

SIGHTSEEING &
ENTERTAINMENT

183
162

163

156

170

150

LOCAL TRANSPORT

125
MEDICAL

115

100

80
50

63

14

74

17

74

64

74
59

60

21

OTHER TR
COMPONENTS

0
2007

2008

2009

2010*

2011*

*Figure includes Sightseeing & entertainment (including gaming) at the two integrated resorts from 2010 onwards.

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SHOPPING ITEMS

In 2011, shopping expenditure increased by 13.0% to reach S$4,489 million, compared to 2010 which
registered S$3,971 million. P R China and Indonesia remained the top 2 spenders for both 2010 and 2011.
Fashion & Accessories was the most popular shopping item category across both 2010 and 2011
accounting for the largest share (42%) of visitors total shopping expenditure for both years.
Chart 19: Top 10 Shopping Spenders, 2010 - 2011
2010*

2011*

%Change
(10vs09)

S$mil

%Change
S$mil (11vs10)
1,071

+34%

P R China

792

+24%

Indonesia

779

+16%

Malaysia

+34%

India

+17%

Philippines

855
220

-4%

243

148

+10%
+19%

262

253

+35%

200

+36%

188

-2%

-4%

Australia

+6%

Thailand

120

138

+16%

-12%

Japan

103

133

+29%

+4%

Hong Kong

72

+18%

South Korea

62

-9%

USA

192

72

88

Total Shopping Expenditure

+22%

74

2010 S$3,971 million (+17.6%)

+20%

66

2011 S$4,489 million (+13.0%)

-9%

*Sightseeing & entertainment expenditure has been excluded from tourism receipts in the country breakdown due to commercial
sensitivity of information.
.

Shopping Items# Purchased

In Terms of Popularity

2010

2011

2010

2011

Fashion and Accessories

42%

42%

54%

53%

Consumer Tech`

18%

17%

15%

18%

Cosmetics, Perfumes & Toiletries / Healthcare &


Wellness Products

8%

10%

32%

22%

7%

6%

4%

3%

Genuine Jewellery

6%

8%

3%

3%

Souvenirs and Gifts

6%

6%

23%

25%

Confectionery and Food Items

6%

6%

32%

35%

Others

7%

6%

15%

15%

Watches and Clocks

In Terms of Amount Spent

For shopping expenditure below S$ 5,000 only.

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2010/2011 TOURISM SECTOR PERFORMANCE


GAZETTED HOTEL PERFORMANCE

As at December 2011, there were 162 gazetted hotels with a total supply of 42,674 rooms.
In 2011, gazetted hotels generated a record high of S$2.6 billion (+26% vs 2010) in room revenue. Robust
performance in AOR (86%) and ARR (S$247) resulted in a 15% growth in REVPAR in 2011.
All hotel tiers posted growth in AOR, ARR and REVPAR in two consecutive years (2010 and 2011). The
Upscale hotels were the top performer in 2011 with stellar performance in all aspects (ARR +14%, AOR 87%
and REVPAR +17%).
Chart 20: Supply of Gazetted Hotels and Hotel Rooms, Chart 21: Total Room Revenue of Gazetted Hotels,
2007 - 2011
2007 - 2011

No. of Hotels

140

42,674

45,000

40,759

109

4200

98

40

2,811

3500

+28.3
+22.3

2800

30
+25.9
20

2,450

40,000

100

2100

80

33,880

60

50

3,,959

3,143
3,087

120

120

50,000

162

154

160

40

S$ (mil)

No. of Rooms

180

Total
Revenue
%Change

10

+9.8

35,000

1400

32,000
30,087

-10
30,000

700

20

-20

-20.6

25,000
2007

2008

2009

2010

-30
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

2011

Hotel Room Revenue


Hotel F&B Revenue
%Change of Total Revenue

Number of Rooms

Number of Hotels

Source: STBs survey Return of Tourist Hotel on Room Lettings and Food & Beverage Sales Turnover as at 26 Dec 2012.

Chart 22: Average Occupancy Rate, Average Room Rate and Revenue Per Available Room
By TIER, 2010 - 2011

OVERALL, 2007- 2011

AOR
(%)
100
87

85

81

75

247
245
202
175

218

199 189

400

Luxury

350

Upscale

300

Mid-Tier

86

76

50

AOR
(%)

ARR / REVPAR
(S$)

214

186

143

250

87

169
147

50

Mid-Tier

87

Economy

85

2010

100
399

80
87

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

244
209

86 86

Upscale

355

279

86

Economy
Luxury

100

25

79

200
150

ARR / REVPAR
(S$)

320
279
244
189
165
110
94

2011

Average
Room Rate (ARR)
0

Average
0 Room Rate (ARR)

Revenue Per Available Room (REVPAR)

Revenue Per Available Room (REVPAR)

Average Occupancy Rate (AOR)

Average Occupancy Rate (AOR)

Source: STBs survey Return of Tourist Hotel on Room Lettings and Food & Beverage Sales Turnover as at 26 Dec 2012.

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INCOMING PASSENGER CARRIERS / CRUISE / RESIDENTS DEPARTURE

Chart 23: Cruise Ships & Passenger Though Volume,


2007 - 2011

Passenger
Throughput
(000)

No. of Ship
Calls

1200
943

Distribution of Scheduled Weekly Flights by Region


AFRICA
OCEANIA
0%
8%
EUROPE 5%
West Asia 2%

1200

1,139
1,022

1000

Chart 24: Incoming Scheduled Weekly Flights and Seat Capacity


1st January 2012

1,014
1000

942

920

928

AMERICAS
2%

South Asia 9%

800

800

Southeast Asia

717
600

640

600

400

394

400

51%

North 22%
Asia

Total Weekly Flights: 2,941


(+16.2% vs 1st Jan 2011)

200

200

Distribution of Scheduled Weekly Seat Capacity by Region


0

0
2007

2008

2009

2010

2011
OCEANIA

Passenger Throughput
Ship Calls

EUROPE
West Asia

While ship calls declined at 31.0% in 2010 and


38.4% in 2011, passenger throughput remained
relatively resilient at 1.01 million in 2010 and
0.94 million in 2011.

AFRICA

AMERICAS

11% 1%

3%

8%
3%

South Asia

8%

Southeast Asia
43%

North Asia

23%

Total Weekly Seat Capacity: 654,557


(+15.3% vs 1st Jan 2011)

Chart 25: Outbound Department of Singapore Residents,


2007 - 2011

No. of
Departures
(000)

%Change

10000

16
6,828

8000

7,753

+13.4

6,024

7,342

As at 1st January 2012, 66 passenger carriers


operated 2,941 weekly fights into Singapore,
providing a seat capacity of 654,557 seats per week,
up by 15.3% over 1st January 2011.

12

6,961

6000
+8.9

4000

+5.5

+5.6
4

2000
+1.4
0

0
2007
Air

2008
Sea

2009

2010

2011

% Change of Total

In 2010, Singapore residents made 7.3 million


overseas trips, an increase of 5.5% over
2009. In 2011, the figure increased by a
further 5.6% to 7.8 million.

11
12

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS (Source: DISEMBARKATION/EMBARKATION CARDS)

1. Source of Statistics
Visitors arriving in Singapore are required to complete the Disembarkation/Embarkation (D/E)
cards, which serve as the source of statistics on visitor arrivals. The accuracy of figures
pertaining to the characteristics of visitors is subject to the accuracy with which the D/E cards
are filled up.
Since April 2004, fields such as (1) Purpose of Visit (2) Accommodation (3) Frequency of Trip and
(4) Travel Arrangement have removed from the Disembarkation/Embarkation card.
2. International Visitor Arrivals
All visitors are classified by country of residence unless otherwise stated. Total visitor
arrivals include all visitors arriving by air and sea and non-Malaysian citizens arriving by land.
3. Geographical Classification
The term "ASEAN" stands for "Association of South East Asian Nations" and refers to the tencountry political association comprising
Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, Laos,
Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. However, when used in the statistical
tables in this publication, the term excludes Singapore.
4. Length of Stay
Data on length of stay in this report reflects the actual length of stay in Singapore. The date of
arrival is matched against the date of departure to compute the actual length of stay for
each visitor. As some visitors may not depart within the calendar year, the number of
visitor departures would be less than the total visitor arrivals for the year.
5. Visitor Days
Visitor Days is the total number of days that international visitors stay in a country outside of their
country of residence, whose main purpose of visit is other than the exercise of an activity
remunerated from within the country visited. Visitor Days = Visitor Arrivals x Average Length of
Stay.

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ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011


INTERANTIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS (Source: DISEMBARKATION/EMBARKATION CARDS)

Table 1

Annual International Visitor Arrivals and Visitors Days, 1991 - 2011........15

Table 2

Annual International Visitor Arrivals by Country of Residence, 2002 - 2011.......16

Table 3

Monthly International Visitor Arrivals by Country of Residence, 2010.....19

Table 4

Monthly International Visitor Arrivals by Country of Residence, 2011.............22

Table 5

Annual Summary of Characteristics of International Visitor Arrivals from


Selected Markets, 2010.........25

Table 6

Annual Summary of Characteristics of International Visitor Arrivals from


Selected Markets, 2011.........33

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INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS

1. ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS AND VISITOR DAYS, 1991 - 2011

REGION OF
RESIDENCE

AMERCAS

ASIA

EUROPE

OCEANIA

AFRICA

OTHERS

AVERAGE
LENGTH
OF STAY
(DAYS)

TOTAL

YEAR

VISITOR
DAYS

1991

326,801

3,682,907

897,971

449,899

55,726

1,110

5,414,414

3.9

20,960,748

1992

367,206

4,127,650

957,551

467,137

69,686

607

5,989,837

3.7

22,364,030

1993

389,615

4,470,348

1,019,403

447,943

97,628

740

6,425,677

3.6

23,038,506

1994

428,001

4,918,378

1,016,520

100,692

499

6,898,309

3.5

24,202,775

1995

425,707

5,231,167

965,797

86,931

340

7,136,538

3.7

26,456,964

1996

459,471

5,319,306

1,002,669

79,616

262

7,292,366

3.3

23,957,382

1997

460,435

5,201,223

987,539

70,617

15,225

7,197,871

3.3

23,524,740

1998

425,424

4,223,762

79,139

11,314

6,242,152

3.4

21,396,685

1999

444,252

4,797,346

90,157

11,955

6,958,201

3.2

22,102,191

2000

482,984

5,320,819

99,508

43,655

7,691,402

3.2

24,342,532

2001

433,552

5,224,121

87,989

5,387

7,522,163

3.2

24,007,300

2002

416,375

5,326,708

1,101,868

72,834

5,214

7,567,112

3.1

23,271,757

2003

314,728

4,401,056

877,367

58,358

188

6,127,291

3.2

19,511,107

2004

422,167

6,079,204

1,070,790

73,878

273

8,328,720

3.2

26,699,006

2005

470,493

6,507,676

81,952

5,095

8,943,029

3.4

30,217,933

2006

509,774

7,110,324

90,514

6,094

9,751,141

3.4

32,996,531

2007

524,178

7,477,083

98,788

20,827

10,284,545

3.6

37,296,216

2008

505,411

7,234,406

90,631

6,349

10,116,054

4.0

40,027,272

2009

467,723

6,894,461

76,393

190

9,682,690

4.0

38,385,403

2010

524,846

8,678,618

75,540

54

11,641,701

3.9

44,945,162

2011

563,742

10,039,121

73,390

133

13,171,303

3.7

49,136,486

3.4

7.3

0.1

-33.5

6.4

2.2

8.7

Average Annual Growth (%)


2002 - 2011

982,739

1,049,993

1,127,872

1,114,632

1,125,354

1,210,024

1,265,644

1,322,250

1,307,376

1,373,528

1,401,502

2.7

434,219

426,596

431,042

462,832

519,774

564,498

616,564

656,482

644,113

475,594

682,408

752,459

824,411

898,025

957,007

936,547

989,115

1,093,415

6.1

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STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
2. ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE, 2002 - 2011

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE

2002

TOTAL

7,567,112

AMERICAS
Canada
USA
Other Countries in Americas
ASIA
Southeast Asia
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam
Other Countries in Southeast Asia
North Asia
P R China
Taiwan
Hong Kong SAR
Japan
South Korea
Other Countries in North Asia
South Asia
Bangladesh
India
Nepal
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Other Countries in South Asia
West Asia
Iran
Israel
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Other Countries in West Asia
EUROPE
Austria
Belgium & Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Rep of Ireland
Russian Federation (CIS)
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
UK
Other Countries in Eastern Europe
Other Countries in Western Europe
OCEANIA
Australia
New Zealand
Other Countries in Oceania
AFRICA
Egypt
Mauritius
South Africa (Rep of)
Other Countries in Africa
NOT STATED

416,375
67,970
327,648
20,757
5,326,708
2,532,887
60,052
1,393,020
548,659
22,340
195,564
263,866
40,652
8,734
2,249,217
670,099
209,321
265,970
723,431
371,050
9,346
487,670
27,552
375,697
13,202
10,569
54,690
5,960
56,934
2,530
10,288
7,113
6,753
20,784
9,466
1,101,868
14,645
21,741
25,706
11,317
72,153
157,510
12,801
36,737
71,651
22,820
7,686
23,202
15,904
17,324
36,412
45,234
12,183
458,528
27,866
10,448
644,113
538,408
94,115
11,590
72,834
2,621
13,927
30,524
25,762
5,214

100.0
5.5
0.9
4.3
0.3
70.4
33.5
0.8
18.4
7.3
0.3
2.6
3.5
0.5
0.1
29.7
8.9
2.8
3.5
9.6
4.9
0.1
6.4
0.4
5.0
0.2
0.1
0.7
0.1
0.8
0.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.1
14.6
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.1
1.0
2.1
0.2
0.5
0.9
0.3
0.1
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.6
0.2
6.1
0.4
0.1
8.5
7.1
1.2
0.2
1.0
0.0
0.2
0.4
0.3
0.1

%CHG

0.6
-4.0
-1.9
-4.7
1.4
2.0
0.4
-3.6
2.1
-5.2
3.1
2.6
1.1
17.4
-9.6
6.2
34.7
-5.7
-3.7
-4.3
3.3
17.9
-2.6
-35.0
10.6
-10.7
-74.1
-2.8
-9.2
-30.7
-66.5
4.9
-18.1
-73.1
-3.9
1.4
-1.1
4.2
-7.2
1.1
-19.9
1.0
-5.7
13.1
2.8
-4.5
-1.4
-12.5
6.6
-2.9
13.5
-5.3
-2.8
16.9
-0.3
7.3
0.2
-1.9
-2.2
-0.2
0.6
-17.2
-61.1
-19.5
-14.2
-9.3
-3.2

2003

6,127,291
314,728
51,257
250,678
12,793
4,401,056
2,307,229
41,156
1,341,747
439,437
19,531
176,585
235,826
44,420
8,527
1,643,414
568,510
144,942
226,260
434,087
261,403
8,212
412,004
26,384
309,487
10,015
9,398
51,406
5,314
38,409
3,089
7,779
3,174
3,477
15,686
5,204
877,367
9,373
14,977
21,176
9,544
55,763
121,376
7,894
20,342
55,358
18,003
6,557
17,828
12,856
12,527
29,482
33,446
11,093
387,982
25,279
6,511
475,594
392,906
73,497
9,191
58,358
2,318
9,363
27,486
19,191
188

%CHG

100.0

-19.0

8,328,720

-24.4
-24.6
-23.5
-38.4
-17.4
-8.9
-31.5
-3.7
-19.9
-12.6
-9.7
-10.6
9.3
-2.4
-26.9
-15.2
-30.8
-14.9
-40.0
-29.6
-12.1
-15.5
-4.2
-17.6
-24.1
-11.1
-6.0
-10.8
-32.5
22.1
-24.4
-55.4
-48.5
-24.5
-45.0
-20.4
-36.0
-31.1
-17.6
-15.7
-22.7
-22.9
-38.3
-44.6
-22.7
-21.1
-14.7
-23.2
-19.2
-27.7
-19.0
-26.1
-8.9
-15.4
-9.3
-37.7
-26.2
-27.0
-21.9
-20.7
-19.9
-11.6
-32.8
-10.0
-25.5
-96.4

422,167
68,877
333,156
20,134
6,079,204
3,085,876
46,087
1,765,324
537,336
29,933
245,918
341,989
105,803
13,486
2,304,419
880,259
182,443
271,691
598,840
361,083
10,103
620,673
41,545
471,244
13,011
14,311
73,204
7,358
68,236
5,363
10,546
8,160
7,288
25,158
11,721
1,070,790
13,123
16,126
25,744
12,057
77,884
142,371
11,566
27,664
61,399
22,882
6,906
22,740
19,017
16,632
35,659
44,233
15,024
457,262
32,636
9,865
682,408
561,163
109,115
12,130
73,878
3,150
11,986
34,502
24,240
273

5.1
0.8
4.1
0.2
71.8
37.7
0.7
21.9
7.2
0.3
2.9
3.8
0.7
0.1
26.8
9.3
2.4
3.7
7.1
4.3
0.1
6.7
0.4
5.1
0.2
0.2
0.8
0.1
0.6
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.1
14.3
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.2
0.9
2.0
0.1
0.3
0.9
0.3
0.1
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.5
0.2
6.3
0.4
0.1
7.8
6.4
1.2
0.2
1.0
0.0
0.2
0.4
0.3
0.0

16

2004

100.0
5.1
0.8
4.0
0.2
73.0
37.1
0.6
21.2
6.5
0.4
3.0
4.1
1.3
0.2
27.7
10.6
2.2
3.3
7.2
4.3
0.1
7.5
0.5
5.7
0.2
0.2
0.9
0.1
0.8
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.1
12.9
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.1
0.9
1.7
0.1
0.3
0.7
0.3
0.1
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.4
0.5
0.2
5.5
0.4
0.1
8.2
6.7
1.3
0.1
0.9
0.0
0.1
0.4
0.3
0.0

%CHG

2005

35.9

8,943,029

34.1
34.4
32.9
57.4
38.1
33.7
12.0
31.6
22.3
53.3
39.3
45.0
138.2
58.2
40.2
54.8
25.9
20.1
38.0
38.1
23.0
50.6
57.5
52.3
29.9
52.3
42.4
38.5
77.7
73.6
35.6
157.1
109.6
60.4
125.2
22.0
40.0
7.7
21.6
26.3
39.7
17.3
46.5
36.0
10.9
27.1
5.3
27.6
47.9
32.8
21.0
32.3
35.4
17.9
29.1
51.5
43.5
42.8
48.5
32.0
26.6
35.9
28.0
25.5
26.3
45.2

470,493
76,924
371,440
22,129
6,507,676
3,341,721
47,860
1,813,569
577,987
37,871
319,971
379,040
150,626
14,797
2,350,832
857,814
213,959
313,831
588,535
364,206
12,487
744,271
54,353
583,590
14,674
15,945
68,024
7,685
70,852
6,983
10,670
4,977
6,993
28,062
13,167
1,125,354
14,135
16,941
29,158
14,467
80,924
154,779
9,570
30,651
66,480
23,591
7,699
24,728
26,147
17,181
33,607
47,103
15,871
467,154
34,755
10,413
752,459
620,255
119,489
12,715
81,952
2,970
11,997
35,981
31,004
5,095

100.0
5.3
0.9
4.2
0.2
72.8
37.4
0.5
20.3
6.5
0.4
3.6
4.2
1.7
0.2
26.3
9.6
2.4
3.5
6.6
4.1
0.1
8.3
0.6
6.5
0.2
0.2
0.8
0.1
0.8
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.1
12.6
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.2
0.9
1.7
0.1
0.3
0.7
0.3
0.1
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.4
0.5
0.2
5.2
0.4
0.1
8.4
6.9
1.3
0.1
0.9
0.0
0.1
0.4
0.3
0.1

%CHG

7.4
11.4
11.7
11.5
9.9
7.0
8.3
3.8
2.7
7.6
26.5
30.1
10.8
42.4
9.7
2.0
-2.5
17.3
15.5
-1.7
0.9
23.6
19.9
30.8
23.8
12.8
11.4
-7.1
4.4
3.8
30.2
1.2
-39.0
-4.0
11.5
12.3
5.1
7.7
5.1
13.3
20.0
3.9
8.7
-17.3
10.8
8.3
3.1
11.5
8.7
37.5
3.3
-5.8
6.5
5.6
2.2
6.5
5.6
10.3
10.5
9.5
4.8
10.9
-5.7
0.1
4.3
27.9
1766.3

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS

2. ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE, 2002 - 2011

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE

2006

TOTAL

9,751,141

100.0

AMERICAS
Canada
USA
Other Countries in Americas
ASIA
Southeast Asia
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam
Other Countries in Southeast Asia
North Asia
P R China
Taiwan
Hong Kong SAR
Japan
South Korea
Other Countries in North Asia
South Asia
Bangladesh
India
Nepal
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Other Countries in South Asia
West Asia
Iran
Israel
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Other Countries in West Asia
EUROPE
Austria
Belgium & Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Rep of Ireland
Russian Federation (CIS)
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
UK
Other Countries in Eastern Europe
Other Countries in Western Europe
OCEANIA
Australia
New Zealand
Other Countries in Oceania
AFRICA
Egypt
Mauritius
South Africa (Rep of)
Other Countries in Africa
NOT STATED

509,774
83,404
399,786
26,584
7,110,324
3,577,365
45,331
1,922,217
634,303
46,658
386,119
356,367
165,105
21,265
2,610,462
1,037,201
219,463
291,474
594,406
454,722
13,196
840,266
63,765
658,902
15,161
20,526
73,282
8,630
82,231
9,350
10,148
4,635
9,549
34,013
14,536
1,210,024
15,406
18,100
27,045
16,303
90,198
161,125
10,441
35,657
68,174
26,140
9,710
26,625
37,674
21,232
35,524
51,880
17,505
488,167
41,447
11,671
824,411
691,632
120,065
12,714
90,514
3,151
10,883
38,488
37,992
6,094

5.2
0.9
4.1
0.3
72.9
36.7
0.5
19.7
6.5
0.5
4.0
3.7
1.7
0.2
26.8
10.6
2.3
3.0
6.1
4.7
0.1
8.6
0.7
6.8
0.2
0.2
0.8
0.1
0.8
0.1
0.1
0.0
0.1
0.3
0.1
12.4
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.2
0.9
1.7
0.1
0.4
0.7
0.3
0.1
0.3
0.4
0.2
0.4
0.5
0.2
5.0
0.4
0.1
8.5
7.1
1.2
0.1
0.9
0.0
0.1
0.4
0.4
0.1

%CHG

9.0
8.3
8.4
7.6
20.1
9.3
7.1
-5.3
6.0
9.7
23.2
20.7
-6.0
9.6
43.7
11.0
20.9
2.6
-7.1
1.0
24.9
5.7
12.9
17.3
12.9
3.3
28.7
7.7
12.3
16.1
33.9
-4.9
-6.9
36.6
21.2
10.4
7.5
9.0
6.8
-7.2
12.7
11.5
4.1
9.1
16.3
2.5
10.8
26.1
7.7
44.1
23.6
5.7
10.1
10.3
4.5
19.3
12.1
9.6
11.5
0.5
0.0
10.4
6.1
-9.3
7.0
22.5
19.6

2007

10,284,545
524,178
86,627
408,885
28,666
7,477,083
3,724,736
50,247
1,962,055
645,774
64,728
418,775
353,416
203,210
26,531
2,699,768
1,113,956
208,156
302,110
594,514
464,292
16,740
953,971
77,050
748,728
16,000
22,871
79,405
9,917
98,608
14,235
11,025
5,242
10,555
41,054
16,497
1,265,644
16,696
19,260
31,406
14,528
99,269
164,900
10,111
38,746
70,351
29,176
10,232
28,571
44,105
24,950
37,620
55,103
18,614
495,693
43,547
12,766
898,025
768,490
116,728
12,807
98,788
5,054
11,682
42,227
39,825
20,827

17

100.0
5.1
0.8
4.0
0.3
72.7
36.2
0.5
19.1
6.3
0.6
4.1
3.4
2.0
0.3
26.3
10.8
2.0
2.9
5.8
4.5
0.2
9.3
0.7
7.3
0.2
0.2
0.8
0.1
1.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.4
0.2
12.3
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.1
1.0
1.6
0.1
0.4
0.7
0.3
0.1
0.3
0.4
0.2
0.4
0.5
0.2
4.8
0.4
0.1
8.7
7.5
1.1
0.1
1.0
0.0
0.1
0.4
0.4
0.2

% CHG

5.5
2.8
3.9
2.3
7.8
5.2
4.1
10.8
2.1
1.8
38.7
8.5
-0.8
23.1
24.8
3.4
7.4
-5.2
3.6
0.0
2.1
26.9
13.5
20.8
13.6
5.5
11.4
8.4
14.9
19.9
52.2
8.6
13.1
10.5
20.7
13.5
4.6
8.4
6.4
16.1
-10.9
10.1
2.3
-3.2
8.7
3.2
11.6
5.4
7.3
17.1
17.5
5.9
6.2
6.3
1.5
5.1
9.4
8.9
11.1
-2.8
0.7
9.1
60.4
7.3
9.7
4.8
241.8

2008

10,116,054
505,411
80,044
396,631
28,736
7,234,406
3,571,408
54,285
1,765,429
647,480
78,582
418,938
333,905
239,299
33,490
2,541,938
1,078,742
175,924
278,115
571,040
423,018
15,099
1,007,123
95,818
778,303
19,752
22,998
79,818
10,434
113,937
19,083
11,402
4,838
10,096
51,170
17,348
1,322,250
16,649
21,100
32,316
13,380
111,198
175,280
9,045
43,035
73,230
32,816
11,499
28,036
56,658
29,966
35,163
64,788
15,810
492,933
46,127
13,221
957,007
833,156
110,772
13,079
90,631
4,453
11,430
40,083
34,665
6,349

100.0
5.0
0.8
3.9
0.3
71.5
35.3
0.5
17.5
6.4
0.8
4.1
3.3
2.4
0.3
25.1
10.7
1.7
2.7
5.6
4.2
0.1
10.0
0.9
7.7
0.2
0.2
0.8
0.1
1.1
0.2
0.1
0.0
0.1
0.5
0.2
13.1
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.1
1.1
1.7
0.1
0.4
0.7
0.3
0.1
0.3
0.6
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.2
4.9
0.5
0.1
9.5
8.2
1.1
0.1
0.9
0.0
0.1
0.4
0.3
0.1

% CHG

-1.6
-3.6
-7.6
-3.0
0.2
-3.2
-4.1
8.0
-10.0
0.3
21.4
0.0
-5.5
17.8
26.2
-5.8
-3.2
-15.5
-7.9
-3.9
-8.9
-9.8
5.6
24.4
4.0
23.5
0.6
0.5
5.2
15.5
34.1
3.4
-7.7
-4.3
24.6
5.2
4.5
-0.3
9.6
2.9
-7.9
12.0
6.3
-10.5
11.1
4.1
12.5
12.4
-1.9
28.5
20.1
-6.5
17.6
-15.1
-0.6
5.9
3.6
6.6
8.4
-5.1
2.1
-8.3
-11.9
-2.2
-5.1
-13.0
-69.5

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
2. ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE, 2002 - 2011

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE

2009

TOTAL

9,682,690

AMERICAS
Canada
USA
Other Countries in Americas
ASIA
Southeast Asia
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam
Other Countries in Southeast Asia
North Asia
P R China
Taiwan
Hong Kong SAR
Japan
South Korea
Other Countries in North Asia
South Asia
Bangladesh
India
Nepal
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Other Countries in South Asia
West Asia
Iran
Israel
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Other Countries in West Asia
EUROPE
Austria
Belgium & Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Rep of Ireland
Russian Federation (CIS)
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
UK
Other Countries in Eastern Europe
Other Countries in Western Europe
OCEANIA
Australia
New Zealand
Other Countries in Oceania
AFRICA
Egypt
Mauritius
South Africa (Rep of)
Other Countries in Africa
NOT STATED

467,723
70,034
370,704
26,985
6,894,461
3,684,848
56,531
1,745,330
764,309
70,272
432,072
317,905
265,414
33,015
2,163,701
936,747
156,761
294,420
489,987
271,987
13,799
928,903
86,637
725,624
15,183
22,280
70,010
9,169
117,009
23,917
10,884
5,750
10,815
49,529
16,114
1,307,376
17,505
21,365
30,571
16,035
119,728
183,681
9,250
46,770
76,359
30,354
11,200
22,720
50,348
30,871
31,924
63,829
12,800
469,756
48,881
13,429
936,547
830,299
93,834
12,414
76,393
3,861
11,418
34,451
26,663
190

100.0
4.8
0.7
3.8
0.3
71.2
38.1
0.6
18.0
7.9
0.7
4.5
3.3
2.7
0.3
22.3
9.7
1.6
3.0
5.1
2.8
0.1
9.6
0.9
7.5
0.2
0.2
0.7
0.1
1.2
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.5
0.2
13.5
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.2
1.2
1.9
0.1
0.5
0.8
0.3
0.1
0.2
0.5
0.3
0.3
0.7
0.1
4.9
0.5
0.1
9.7
8.6
1.0
0.1
0.8
0.0
0.1
0.4
0.3
0.0

%CHG

-4.3
-7.5
-12.5
-6.5
-6.1
-4.7
3.2
4.1
-1.1
18.0
-10.6
3.1
-4.8
10.9
-1.4
-14.9
-13.2
-10.9
5.9
-14.2
-35.7
-8.6
-7.8
-9.6
-6.8
-23.1
-3.1
-12.3
-12.1
2.7
25.3
-4.5
18.9
7.1
-3.2
-7.1
-1.1
5.1
1.3
-5.4
19.8
7.7
4.8
2.3
8.7
4.3
-7.5
-2.6
-19.0
-11.1
3.0
-9.2
-1.5
-19.0
-4.7
6.0
1.6
-2.1
-0.3
-15.3
-5.1
-15.7
-13.3
-0.1
-14.1
-23.1
-97.0

2010

11,641,701
524,846
75,142
417,195
32,509
8,678,618
4,821,753
62,157
2,306,243
1,037,489
78,338
544,449
430,067
322,880
40,130
2,664,002
1,171,493
191,186
387,579
528,951
360,703
24,090
1,046,307
92,312
828,994
14,303
21,927
78,973
9,798
146,556
36,932
12,833
8,368
12,633
56,476
19,314
1,373,528
20,093
24,399
29,635
15,611
130,461
209,263
8,006
51,086
76,520
31,765
11,594
20,437
55,005
33,765
35,084
74,376
16,404
461,769
53,147
15,108
989,115
880,558
95,790
12,767
75,540
4,746
11,617
32,430
26,747
54

18

100.0
4.5
0.6
3.6
0.3
74.5
41.4
0.5
19.8
8.9
0.7
4.7
3.7
2.8
0.3
22.9
10.1
1.6
3.3
4.5
3.1
0.2
9.0
0.8
7.1
0.1
0.2
0.7
0.1
1.3
0.3
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.5
0.2
11.8
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.1
1.1
1.8
0.1
0.4
0.7
0.3
0.1
0.2
0.5
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.1
4.0
0.5
0.1
8.5
7.6
0.8
0.1
0.6
0.0
0.1
0.3
0.2
0.0

%CHG

20.2
12.2
7.3
12.5
20.5
25.9
30.9
10.0
32.1
35.7
11.5
26.0
35.3
21.7
21.6
23.1
25.1
22.0
31.6
8.0
32.6
74.6
12.6
6.6
14.2
-5.8
-1.6
12.8
6.9
25.3
54.4
17.9
45.5
16.8
14.0
19.9
5.1
14.8
14.2
-3.1
-2.6
9.0
13.9
-13.4
9.2
0.2
4.6
3.5
-10.0
9.2
9.4
9.9
16.5
28.2
-1.7
8.7
12.5
5.6
6.1
2.1
2.8
-1.1
22.9
1.7
-5.9
0.3
-71.6

2011

13,171,303
563,742
82,932
440,576
40,234
10,039,121
5,414,250
62,243
2,592,222
1,140,935
94,184
677,723
472,708
332,231
42,004
3,379,363
1,577,522
238,488
464,375
656,417
414,879
27,682
1,091,215
95,531
868,991
12,757
20,928
83,991
9,017
154,293
32,434
12,137
8,278
17,041
62,736
21,667
1,401,502
19,889
24,979
27,201
23,905
140,299
219,952
7,130
53,520
81,090
32,450
14,095
18,565
59,378
34,977
37,368
79,023
14,731
442,611
54,453
15,886
1,093,415
956,039
122,995
14,381
73,390
3,829
10,527
33,506
25,528
133

100.0
4.3
0.6
3.3
0.3
76.2
41.1
0.5
19.7
8.7
0.7
5.1
3.6
2.5
0.3
25.7
12.0
1.8
3.5
5.0
3.1
0.2
8.3
0.7
6.6
0.1
0.2
0.6
0.1
1.2
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.5
0.2
10.6
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
1.1
1.7
0.1
0.4
0.6
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.5
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.1
3.4
0.4
0.1
8.3
7.3
0.9
0.1
0.6
0.0
0.1
0.3
0.2
0.0

%CHG

AVERAGE
ANNUAL
GROWTH
(%)
2002-2011

13.1

6.4

7.4
10.4
5.6
23.8
15.7
12.3
0.1
12.4
10.0
20.2
24.5
9.9
2.9
4.7
26.9
34.7
24.7
19.8
24.1
15.0
14.9
4.3
3.5
4.8
-10.8
-4.6
6.4
-8.0
5.3
-12.2
-5.4
-1.1
34.9
11.1
12.2
2.0
-1.0
2.4
-8.2
53.1
7.5
5.1
-10.9
4.8
6.0
2.2
21.6
-9.2
8.0
3.6
6.5
6.2
-10.2
-4.1
2.5
5.1
10.5
8.6
28.4
12.6
-2.8
-19.3
-9.4
3.3
-4.6
146.3

3.0
2.0
2.8
7.8
7.5
8.9
0.0
7.4
7.8
17.7
15.1
6.8
28.6
17.7
5.3
13.7
0.8
5.9
-1.6
1.6
14.9
9.0
9.4
11.0
-1.6
-7.2
4.6
3.6
7.3
17.6
2.4
-0.5
-4.2
12.6
9.8
2.6
3.9
0.7
0.8
6.0
7.8
3.1
-5.0
4.6
0.9
3.8
5.4
-1.8
15.4
9.6
-0.3
6.1
3.9
-0.4
8.6
4.8
5.8
6.3
3.0
2.5
-2.0
-6.1
-5.4
-0.7
-1.2
-33.7

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS

3. MONTHLY INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE, 2010

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE

TOTAL
AMERICAS
Canada
USA
Other Countries in Americas
ASIA
Southeast Asia
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam
Other Countries in Southeast Asia
North Asia
P R China
Taiwan
Hong Kong SAR
Japan
South Korea
Other Countries in North Asia
South Asia
Bangladesh
India
Nepal
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Other Countries in South Asia
West Asia
Iran
Israel
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Other Countries in West Asia
EUROPE
Austria
Belgium & Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Rep of Ireland
Russian Federation (CIS)
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
UK
Other Countries in Eastern Europe
Other Countries in Western Europe
OCEANIA
Australia
New Zealand
Other Countries in Oceania
AFRICA
Egypt
Mauritius
South Africa (Rep of)
Other Countries in Africa
NOT STATED

JANUARY

% CHG

908,495

17.7

44,900
6,860
35,514
2,526
627,007
331,917
5,245
173,640
67,942
5,512
32,704
24,635
19,109
3,130
212,273
98,918
15,511
19,415
37,747
39,437
1,245
74,021
7,762
57,404
1,619
1,585
4,770
881
8,796
1,779
1,277
443
513
3,686
1,098
129,992
1,709
1,954
3,453
1,972
10,010
18,091
755
4,619
6,597
2,974
1,145
1,928
8,063
2,174
4,708
6,078
1,599
44,522
6,395
1,246
99,207
89,584
8,392
1,231
7,373
306
1,174
3,466
2,427
16

18.0
-3.7
23.1
21.6
20.2
36.3
28.6
46.7
53.6
-0.2
24.6
8.7
-3.8
19.6
1.1
-5.9
-3.0
-17.0
-1.7
54.6
-16.3
21.3
25.0
22.8
-10.5
26.1
10.4
29.6
23.7
72.1
50.8
120.4
15.0
2.4
11.7
11.4
8.0
32.7
2.4
27.3
22.6
24.3
10.9
29.6
15.8
8.8
20.5
-14.5
-0.1
11.1
0.6
13.0
19.9
7.2
5.7
17.0
11.6
12.0
7.4
12.1
7.2
2.0
31.3
1.5
7.0
433.3

FEBRUARY

857,387
39,669
6,424
31,167
2,078
627,697
300,249
4,139
143,921
68,678
4,583
32,510
23,154
20,478
2,786
257,504
143,050
17,738
24,904
40,669
29,589
1,554
59,574
5,726
46,061
1,011
1,292
4,734
750
10,370
4,042
997
587
714
3,036
994
124,895
1,574
1,882
3,786
1,539
10,684
17,337
684
3,821
6,328
3,263
1,023
1,555
4,465
2,275
3,956
6,100
1,372
47,559
4,453
1,239
60,674
55,364
4,481
829
4,442
315
944
1,720
1,463
10

19

% CHG

MARCH

% CHG

APRIL

% CHG

24.3

928,903

17.4

939,013

20.5

13.3
-0.3
16.6
12.5
31.3
29.9
21.0
39.1
50.2
-6.6
12.4
-0.8
6.1
34.0
40.3
78.7
39.2
26.3
-5.0
8.0
77.8
6.1
-9.1
9.0
-5.2
-1.7
3.0
30.0
44.5
165.0
0.3
157.5
-12.8
13.4
6.7
7.6
1.0
30.1
10.9
-15.8
18.7
15.7
4.9
21.1
11.0
17.3
11.1
-20.9
16.6
23.8
18.3
11.8
-3.7
0.7
-0.5
17.6
7.7
8.3
3.6
-5.1
-0.3
-13.0
70.7
-14.7
-3.9

46,657
7,048
37,123
2,486
661,170
360,196
5,692
166,036
81,757
7,000
43,959
31,815
21,338
2,599
212,812
88,038
15,220
26,245
51,836
30,113
1,360
70,804
7,747
53,966
1,286
1,662
5,375
768
17,358
10,024
1,175
468
689
3,842
1,160
144,864
2,081
2,249
3,584
1,775
11,349
24,044
810
4,014
6,767
3,807
1,130
2,062
5,037
2,940
4,166
6,485
1,492
54,448
5,188
1,436
70,292
63,659
5,602
1,031
5,916
379
938
2,654
1,945
4

12.6
-0.8
15.9
8.3
19.4
26.9
5.6
29.3
37.0
18.3
23.1
13.4
16.6
8.1
9.9
-3.5
21.4
23.3
10.8
45.1
50.8
15.5
15.6
15.4
13.1
10.6
23.8
-11.7
17.8
23.2
14.6
148.9
-11.8
5.8
19.7
11.4
32.1
20.4
21.5
-1.4
8.9
24.3
21.6
0.9
14.4
19.5
25.7
-6.7
27.9
30.1
33.8
15.7
27.0
3.1
1.9
20.9
16.0
16.1
16.2
8.1
6.1
13.5
20.7
13.4
-8.5
-96.1

43,034
6,734
33,480
2,820
697,853
390,638
3,943
163,076
77,476
9,646
54,454
50,657
26,681
4,705
203,628
91,702
14,509
35,564
35,179
24,785
1,889
94,417
7,529
73,219
1,222
1,707
9,961
779
9,170
1,184
957
305
1,038
4,301
1,385
113,920
1,401
2,089
2,345
1,064
11,283
17,908
630
3,527
5,571
2,560
745
1,578
3,878
2,222
2,839
6,926
1,245
41,354
3,649
1,106
77,745
70,079
6,639
1,027
6,459
363
977
2,722
2,397
2

18.4
14.8
18.4
28.5
25.7
33.5
4.9
28.6
51.0
17.3
22.0
57.6
23.2
17.0
12.5
6.0
21.2
24.4
11.2
16.2
85.2
28.1
15.5
30.8
1.7
18.4
27.0
10.3
17.3
30.0
57.9
54.8
44.4
3.0
14.7
4.8
6.1
7.3
-6.6
-21.8
14.8
12.4
4.5
23.3
9.0
-16.8
-7.0
-16.0
12.9
13.1
9.3
12.4
47.0
-0.6
-3.1
0.7
6.9
7.7
0.3
-2.5
6.7
22.2
3.4
0.0
14.6
0.0

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
3. MONTHLY INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE, 2010

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE

TOTAL
AMERICAS
Canada
USA
Other Countries in Americas
ASIA
Southeast Asia
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam
Other Countries in Southeast Asia
North Asia
P R China
Taiwan
Hong Kong SAR
Japan
South Korea
Other Countries in North Asia
South Asia
Bangladesh
India
Nepal
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Other Countries in South Asia
West Asia
Iran
Israel
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Other Countries in West Asia
EUROPE
Austria
Belgium & Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Rep of Ireland
Russian Federation (CIS)
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
UK
Other Countries in Eastern Europe
Other Countries in Western Europe
OCEANIA
Australia
New Zealand
Other Countries in Oceania
AFRICA
Egypt
Mauritius
South Africa (Rep of)
Other Countries in Africa
NOT STATED

MAY

% CHG

946,676

30.3

40,131
5,457
32,124
2,550
736,558
403,211
4,796
185,809
81,937
6,556
55,312
38,925
26,153
3,723
191,377
71,636
17,111
32,047
36,827
32,161
1,595
133,278
7,704
115,965
1,188
1,565
6,043
813
8,692
1,448
1,029
451
771
3,764
1,229
92,324
1,314
1,542
1,666
878
10,323
14,058
577
3,406
5,881
1,807
685
1,411
4,067
1,918
1,822
6,413
1,035
29,285
3,266
970
72,648
63,517
8,109
1,022
5,015
307
640
2,170
1,898

18.1
10.1
19.7
16.2
37.3
40.6
21.9
43.5
49.0
18.9
30.3
43.8
28.2
26.6
38.8
37.6
47.5
48.9
23.6
47.2
54.6
27.5
19.9
28.3
7.6
7.2
33.0
36.9
19.9
83.3
38.1
63.4
14.9
5.8
1.4
11.3
46.5
17.2
-1.0
-27.0
19.5
27.8
11.2
11.0
20.3
3.8
-7.2
-0.8
14.1
1.1
12.4
46.0
42.8
-0.4
-2.0
5.8
6.8
7.4
1.8
13.4
-0.1
39.5
5.8
-2.2
-4.0

JUNE

951,032
46,349
4,969
39,055
2,325
732,043
433,880
5,953
214,445
93,089
6,236
44,491
30,712
35,590
3,364
183,964
69,081
13,542
32,190
36,469
30,033
2,649
102,568
8,524
83,472
1,004
2,926
5,750
892
11,631
2,118
1,174
806
942
4,620
1,971
82,005
1,140
1,535
1,820
991
8,359
11,839
566
3,201
4,907
2,412
800
1,904
3,096
2,352
2,117
4,338
827
25,734
3,018
1,049
85,528
74,597
9,655
1,276
5,103
348
654
2,155
1,946
4

% CHG

JULY

% CHG

AUGUST

% CHG

SEPTEMBER

% CHG

26.7

1,095,047

24.1

996,899

18.0

947,585

18.5

18.4
10.5
19.7
14.5
32.9
35.5
6.0
34.4
51.5
21.1
32.9
25.5
26.3
54.0
46.7
65.9
17.9
48.3
30.0
43.1
77.7
6.9
15.4
6.3
-14.5
-2.9
15.2
6.1
22.5
55.5
38.8
40.9
11.0
12.3
12.6
4.5
35.4
6.1
0.9
-25.6
8.8
14.1
-24.2
5.4
5.4
15.1
7.4
-0.3
7.1
9.3
16.6
17.0
-5.8
-3.0
-0.2
34.5
12.3
13.4
3.4
25.2
-9.4
-9.1
-28.9
-11.5
2.7
-88.2

50,467
6,646
41,173
2,648
831,474
456,012
5,578
232,630
82,611
6,879
43,441
37,256
43,861
3,756
268,769
117,778
23,937
46,727
44,649
32,673
3,005
86,537
9,373
64,912
1,242
3,908
6,207
895
20,156
2,032
918
2,548
2,400
8,870
3,388
107,505
1,916
2,625
2,934
968
11,904
14,647
611
4,084
8,447
2,819
908
1,725
3,325
3,267
2,057
6,888
1,214
31,806
4,276
1,084
99,208
87,289
10,847
1,072
6,388
607
1,163
1,870
2,748
5

11.4
15.9
10.5
14.5
31.8
39.1
55.0
37.1
52.7
11.9
35.4
39.8
33.7
32.4
33.4
62.8
38.0
40.0
-4.3
7.5
123.3
-0.5
-1.6
-1.6
0.6
4.0
6.6
29.0
37.5
62.7
7.2
38.3
32.8
33.3
51.0
0.3
23.3
10.0
-2.4
-0.1
0.3
9.7
-40.2
12.7
-11.1
5.9
-1.8
-17.3
6.2
15.0
12.5
14.4
2.1
-7.3
15.5
-6.7
8.6
9.9
-0.3
5.1
-13.3
52.9
20.3
-43.4
1.5
-83.3

44,148
6,397
34,225
3,526
744,061
361,982
4,244
165,525
75,916
5,838
39,283
34,804
32,844
3,528
293,081
130,593
20,959
46,696
56,680
34,169
3,984
75,340
7,144
57,109
1,196
1,510
7,816
565
13,658
2,727
1,199
719
972
6,133
1,908
123,382
2,013
2,542
1,832
754
15,794
17,269
906
8,781
7,884
1,939
991
1,776
4,255
5,274
1,748
6,148
1,306
34,990
5,407
1,773
78,296
68,222
9,122
952
7,004
524
932
2,107
3,441
8

10.2
13.8
5.2
85.3
24.0
25.2
20.6
25.4
22.7
20.4
9.3
47.9
34.0
20.1
30.4
50.9
19.8
28.9
11.8
5.7
168.5
2.0
-4.0
4.5
-2.7
-36.0
3.9
-18.7
10.2
46.3
10.2
-12.4
-35.3
12.2
15.8
2.4
21.2
12.8
-2.8
7.1
-1.3
11.0
-40.3
-1.0
-12.0
12.2
5.8
-3.2
16.8
18.5
17.0
27.2
12.6
-6.9
37.9
16.4
1.6
1.6
1.8
-3.1
2.9
74.1
-11.9
-16.8
18.0

34,775
4,337
27,957
2,481
720,359
447,797
4,628
243,869
95,484
5,376
40,672
30,711
24,338
2,719
188,595
74,457
13,486
28,469
45,012
25,665
1,506
71,215
7,942
54,860
912
1,125
5,759
617
12,752
4,182
785
535
1,345
4,299
1,606
95,852
1,486
1,878
1,590
986
8,362
15,994
501
3,734
5,740
1,912
914
1,559
3,550
3,066
1,772
4,978
1,007
31,692
3,818
1,313
90,846
80,293
9,481
1,072
5,751
298
651
2,995
1,807
2

12.3
15.3
11.0
23.6
23.9
32.0
8.7
33.3
40.4
6.6
15.3
30.2
38.9
1.1
17.4
25.0
29.1
32.4
-14.4
63.3
71.9
-2.2
11.8
-3.9
-33.0
6.6
2.5
4.0
45.9
116.2
-8.4
55.1
74.4
18.0
34.7
-2.3
-6.7
10.0
-18.0
-1.1
-0.3
8.5
-32.9
0.2
-5.5
-11.4
-9.4
-7.5
-2.6
1.1
-9.5
9.8
-0.6
-8.8
12.2
23.3
8.5
9.4
2.4
3.3
12.4
49.0
6.4
19.6
0.4
100.0

20

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS

3. MONTHLY INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE, 2010

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE

TOTAL
AMERICAS
Canada
USA
Other Countries in Americas
ASIA
Southeast Asia
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam
Other Countries in Southeast Asia
North Asia
P R China
Taiwan
Hong Kong SAR
Japan
South Korea
Other Countries in North Asia
South Asia
Bangladesh
India
Nepal
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Other Countries in South Asia
West Asia
Iran
Israel
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Other Countries in West Asia
EUROPE
Austria
Belgium & Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Rep of Ireland
Russian Federation (CIS)
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
UK
Other Countries in Eastern Europe
Other Countries in Western Europe
OCEANIA
Australia
New Zealand
Other Countries in Oceania
AFRICA
Egypt
Mauritius
South Africa (Rep of)
Other Countries in Africa
NOT STATED

OCTOBER

% CHG

NOVEMBER

% CHG

978,913

15.9

964,170

16.1

1,127,581

45,972
6,161
36,707
3,104
726,512
410,399
3,750
178,939
82,803
6,482
52,011
57,951
24,692
3,771
213,479
92,627
13,854
32,834
43,497
29,009
1,658
92,987
7,543
75,574
1,372
1,469
6,295
734
9,647
2,215
1,109
380
902
3,683
1,358
113,328
1,823
1,977
2,451
1,359
10,062
18,241
687
3,328
6,352
2,903
987
1,733
4,522
2,959
2,609
7,045
1,050
37,576
4,373
1,291
87,077
77,097
8,799
1,181
6,024
444
682
2,663
2,235

11.0
7.1
12.1
5.5
23.2
30.4
-6.0
30.6
19.3
3.7
35.6
61.1
17.9
33.5
17.0
11.2
4.9
28.7
0.6
80.5
45.3
9.2
-9.0
12.4
19.7
0.5
0.8
-2.9
31.0
65.8
2.4
49.6
35.4
19.7
43.2
-1.4
7.4
9.5
-12.3
19.5
0.5
4.9
-4.3
-9.9
-9.5
13.1
18.9
-6.6
-3.6
-6.2
0.5
11.6
-0.6
-7.6
14.5
10.0
-5.5
-5.5
-6.7
12.2
-10.2
13.8
-31.6
-13.0
-1.1

0.3
1.5
-0.2
4.0
22.8
22.0
-11.2
23.1
20.8
4.5
32.5
28.0
6.7
11.2
19.5
4.1
10.4
45.4
32.3
41.8
51.8
35.1
10.5
46.3
-15.1
-6.3
-4.8
3.7
30.3
45.9
24.6
75.1
45.4
23.7
13.6
5.4
9.7
10.2
-19.4
10.0
13.7
8.1
-8.2
27.9
-5.5
2.9
1.5
-14.0
4.0
-8.6
10.7
15.8
168.5
-1.1
6.8
12.1
-6.3
-6.4
-4.3
-9.8
-6.6
16.2
-3.7
-17.7
2.4
50.0

44,766
7,624
34,346
2,796
861,441
533,890
9,516
262,235
129,821
8,277
55,518
39,250
26,550
2,723
220,650
99,578
12,186
32,636
48,844
25,255
2,151
96,082
7,879
73,532
1,246
1,777
10,477
1,171
10,819
2,669
903
403
793
4,513
1,538
116,030
1,474
1,958
1,908
1,790
10,578
17,552
717
4,177
5,969
2,453
860
1,632
5,649
2,568
4,014
5,891
1,100
39,557
5,013
1,170
95,126
86,705
7,418
1,003
10,218
431
1,626
5,721
2,440

43,978
6,485
34,324
3,169
712,443
391,582
4,673
176,118
99,975
5,953
50,094
30,197
21,246
3,326
217,870
94,035
13,133
29,852
51,542
27,814
1,494
89,484
7,439
72,920
1,005
1,401
5,786
933
13,507
2,512
1,310
723
1,554
5,729
1,679
129,431
2,162
2,168
2,266
1,535
11,753
22,283
562
4,394
6,077
2,916
1,406
1,574
5,098
2,750
3,276
7,086
3,157
43,246
4,291
1,431
72,468
64,152
7,245
1,071
5,847
424
1,236
2,187
2,000
3

21

DECEMBER

% CHG

% CHG

PEAK
MONTH

TOTAL

16.0

11,641,701

100.0

20.2

DEC

6.2
12.3
3.3
30.9
20.2
22.8
-1.9
22.2
17.2
17.3
34.9
46.3
20.5
9.4
22.1
13.2
21.4
55.1
20.8
26.1
85.3
5.4
-1.5
4.9
-18.9
-17.9
29.5
-7.3
9.1
29.9
1.9
-2.2
11.1
5.0
-0.9
4.6
17.5
12.0
-20.5
1.6
12.8
10.9
-6.5
11.3
-6.9
-12.1
-18.9
-8.6
22.6
10.9
2.5
11.0
33.7
-0.1
17.2
3.8
3.1
3.0
8.2
-18.8
-2.8
38.1
-10.0
9.0
-22.5

524,846
75,142
417,195
32,509
8,678,618
4,821,753
62,157
2,306,243
1,037,489
78,338
544,449
430,067
322,880
40,130
2,664,002
1,171,493
191,186
387,579
528,951
360,703
24,090
1,046,307
92,312
828,994
14,303
21,927
78,973
9,798
146,556
36,932
12,833
8,368
12,633
56,476
19,314
1,373,528
20,093
24,399
29,635
15,611
130,461
209,263
8,006
51,086
76,520
31,765
11,594
20,437
55,005
33,765
35,084
74,376
16,404
461,769
53,147
15,108
989,115
880,558
95,790
12,767
75,540
4,746
11,617
32,430
26,747
54

4.5
0.6
3.6
0.3
74.5
41.4
0.5
19.8
8.9
0.7
4.7
3.7
2.8
0.3
22.9
10.1
1.6
3.3
4.5
3.1
0.2
9.0
0.8
7.1
0.1
0.2
0.7
0.1
1.3
0.3
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.5
0.2
11.8
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.1
1.1
1.8
0.1
0.4
0.7
0.3
0.1
0.2
0.5
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.1
4.0
0.5
0.1
8.5
7.6
0.8
0.1
0.6
0.0
0.1
0.3
0.2
0.0

12.2
7.3
12.5
20.5
25.9
30.9
10.0
32.1
35.7
11.5
26.0
35.3
21.7
21.6
23.1
25.1
22.0
31.6
8.0
32.6
74.6
12.6
6.6
14.2
-5.8
-1.6
12.8
6.9
25.3
54.4
17.9
45.5
16.8
14.0
19.9
5.1
14.8
14.2
-3.1
-2.6
9.0
13.9
-13.4
9.2
0.2
4.6
3.5
-10.0
9.2
9.4
9.9
16.5
28.2
-1.7
8.7
12.5
5.6
6.1
2.1
2.8
-1.1
22.9
1.7
-5.9
0.3
-71.6

JUL
DEC
JUL
AUG
DEC
DEC
DEC
DEC
DEC
APR
DEC
OCT
JUL
APR
AUG
FEB
JUL
JUL
AUG
JAN
AUG
MAY
JUL
MAY
JAN
JUL
DEC
DEC
JUL
MAR
NOV
JUL
JUL
JUL
JUL
MAR
NOV
JUL
FEB
JAN
AUG
MAR
AUG
AUG
JUL
MAR
NOV
MAR
JAN
AUG
JAN
NOV
NOV
MAR
JAN
AUG
JUL
JAN
JUL
JUN
DEC
JUL
DEC
DEC
AUG
JAN

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
4. MONTHLY INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE, 2011

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE

TOTAL
AMERICAS
Canada
USA
Other Countries in Americas
ASIA
Southeast Asia
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam
Other Countries in Southeast Asia
North Asia
P R China
Taiwan
Hong Kong SAR
Japan
South Korea
Other Countries in North Asia
South Asia
Bangladesh
India
Nepal
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Other Countries in South Asia
West Asia
Iran
Israel
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Other Countries in West Asia
EUROPE
Austria
Belgium & Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Rep of Ireland
Russian Federation (CIS)
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
UK
Other Countries in Eastern Europe
Other Countries in Western Europe
OCEANIA
Australia
New Zealand
Other Countries in Oceania
AFRICA
Egypt
Mauritius
South Africa (Rep of)
Other Countries in Africa
NOT STATED

JANUARY

1,055,990
49,308
7,897
38,267
3,144
758,888
396,955
4,547
208,232
78,342
6,457
43,339
33,230
19,704
3,104
271,310
132,040
18,218
29,322
48,799
41,070
1,861
80,526
8,228
63,078
1,183
1,572
5,721
744
10,097
2,279
1,120
455
849
3,992
1,402
132,594
1,878
2,059
2,868
2,217
10,957
19,862
749
5,048
6,722
3,050
1,050
1,695
9,732
2,200
4,840
6,859
1,615
41,408
6,585
1,200
107,333
98,023
8,102
1,208
7,865
397
1,017
3,908
2,543
2

% CHG

16.2
9.8
15.1
7.8
24.5
21.0
19.6
-13.3
19.9
15.3
17.1
32.5
34.9
3.1
-0.8
27.8
33.5
17.5
51.0
29.3
4.1
49.5
8.8
6.0
9.9
-26.9
-0.8
19.9
-15.6
14.8
28.1
-12.3
2.7
65.5
8.3
27.7
2.0
9.9
5.4
-16.9
12.4
9.5
9.8
-0.8
9.3
1.9
2.6
-8.3
-12.1
20.7
1.2
2.8
12.8
1.0
-7.0
3.0
-3.7
8.2
9.4
-3.5
-1.9
6.7
29.7
-13.4
12.8
4.8
-87.5

FEBRUARY

990,118
43,634
6,898
33,944
2,792
758,798
377,595
3,890
177,003
81,747
5,897
48,107
31,019
26,850
3,082
304,749
149,941
19,139
38,190
58,190
36,810
2,479
65,802
6,368
50,696
959
1,161
5,908
710
10,652
3,038
1,040
631
1,208
3,429
1,306
120,429
1,882
1,755
3,188
1,757
10,755
19,290
524
3,518
6,229
2,955
1,153
1,311
4,349
1,973
3,824
6,551
1,864
41,665
4,704
1,182
63,345
58,135
4,287
923
3,911
233
571
1,565
1,542
1

22

% CHG

MARCH

% CHG

APRIL

% CHG

15.5

1,071,960

15.4

1,103,320

17.5

10.0
7.4
8.9
34.4
20.9
25.8
-6.0
23.0
19.0
28.7
48.0
34.0
31.1
10.6
18.3
4.8
7.9
53.3
43.1
24.4
59.5
10.5
11.2
10.1
-5.1
-10.1
24.8
-5.3
2.7
-24.8
4.3
7.5
69.2
12.9
31.4
-3.6
19.6
-6.7
-15.8
14.2
0.7
11.3
-23.4
-7.9
-1.6
-9.4
12.7
-15.7
-2.6
-13.3
-3.3
7.4
35.9
-12.4
5.6
-4.6
4.4
5.0
-4.3
11.3
-12.0
-26.0
-39.5
-9.0
5.4
-90.0

56,454
9,415
43,236
3,803
795,422
434,867
5,795
191,842
96,418
8,466
59,922
45,728
23,756
2,940
269,009
129,749
15,222
32,721
59,999
29,619
1,699
74,389
8,133
57,601
936
1,361
5,635
723
17,157
8,787
1,084
392
792
4,654
1,448
140,733
1,839
2,452
2,723
1,649
12,342
23,715
735
5,155
7,100
2,895
1,189
1,531
5,736
2,811
3,720
7,002
1,317
49,753
5,341
1,728
73,806
65,885
6,939
982
5,544
292
669
2,634
1,949
1

21.0
33.6
16.5
53.0
20.3
20.7
1.8
15.5
17.9
20.9
36.3
43.7
11.3
13.1
26.4
47.4
0.0
24.7
15.7
-1.6
24.9
5.1
5.0
6.7
-27.2
-18.1
4.8
-5.9
-1.2
-12.3
-7.7
-16.2
14.9
21.1
24.8
-2.9
-11.6
9.0
-24.0
-7.1
8.7
-1.4
-9.3
28.4
4.9
-24.0
5.2
-25.8
13.9
-4.4
-10.7
8.0
-11.7
-8.6
2.9
20.3
5.0
3.5
23.9
-4.8
-6.3
-23.0
-28.7
-0.8
0.2
-75.0

45,450
7,163
34,124
4,163
832,298
456,954
3,747
194,335
87,230
11,168
76,197
55,662
24,152
4,463
271,393
131,797
18,828
52,413
38,311
28,004
2,040
94,611
7,707
74,097
944
1,490
9,706
667
9,340
1,064
931
342
1,231
4,447
1,325
121,341
1,555
2,198
2,307
1,138
11,852
18,274
532
3,583
5,949
3,353
731
1,569
4,157
2,744
2,856
7,598
948
44,966
3,524
1,507
97,697
85,297
11,322
1,078
6,533
266
993
3,518
1,756
1

5.6
6.4
1.9
47.6
19.3
17.0
-5.0
19.2
12.6
15.8
39.9
9.9
-9.5
-5.1
33.3
43.7
29.8
47.4
8.9
13.0
8.0
0.2
2.4
1.2
-22.7
-12.7
-2.6
-14.4
1.9
-10.1
-2.7
12.1
18.6
3.4
-4.3
6.5
11.0
5.2
-1.6
7.0
5.0
2.0
-15.6
1.6
6.8
31.0
-1.9
-0.6
7.2
23.5
0.6
9.7
-23.9
8.7
-3.4
36.3
25.7
21.7
70.5
5.0
1.1
-26.7
1.6
29.2
-26.7
-50.0

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS

4. MONTHLY INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE, 2011

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE

TOTAL
AMERICAS
Canada
USA
Other Countries in Americas
ASIA
Southeast Asia
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam
Other Countries in Southeast Asia
North Asia
P R China
Taiwan
Hong Kong SAR
Japan
South Korea
Other Countries in North Asia
South Asia
Bangladesh
India
Nepal
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Other Countries in South Asia
West Asia
Iran
Israel
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Other Countries in West Asia
EUROPE
Austria
Belgium & Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Rep of Ireland
Russian Federation (CIS)
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
UK
Other Countries in Eastern Europe
Other Countries in Western Europe
OCEANIA
Australia
New Zealand
Other Countries in Oceania
AFRICA
Egypt
Mauritius
South Africa (Rep of)
Other Countries in Africa
NOT STATED

MAY

1,054,104
43,167
6,116
34,105
2,946
832,619
447,119
4,007
199,881
90,528
7,893
72,488
44,274
24,500
3,548
244,771
110,920
18,758
37,886
41,594
33,736
1,877
131,217
7,830
114,316
929
1,653
5,744
745
9,512
1,678
984
378
936
4,179
1,357
87,402
1,205
1,623
1,467
1,056
10,086
12,628
511
3,499
5,445
1,724
774
1,302
3,163
1,963
1,926
5,333
884
28,282
3,397
1,134
86,375
72,365
12,893
1,117
4,539
278
604
2,028
1,629
2

% CHG

11.3
7.6
12.1
6.2
15.5
13.0
10.9
-16.5
7.6
10.5
20.4
31.1
13.7
-6.3
-4.7
27.9
54.8
9.6
18.2
12.9
4.9
17.7
-1.5
1.6
-1.4
-21.8
5.6
-4.9
-8.4
9.4
15.9
-4.4
-16.2
21.4
11.0
10.4
-5.3
-8.3
5.3
-11.9
20.3
-2.3
-10.2
-11.4
2.7
-7.4
-4.6
13.0
-7.7
-22.2
2.3
5.7
-16.8
-14.6
-3.4
4.0
16.9
18.9
13.9
59.0
9.3
-9.5
-9.4
-5.6
-6.5
-14.2

JUNE

1,080,066
47,880
5,125
39,712
3,043
848,125
490,223
6,510
253,383
97,856
7,571
52,257
32,783
36,751
3,112
236,843
103,335
20,445
37,962
38,061
34,233
2,807
108,583
7,984
90,742
957
2,740
5,296
864
12,476
2,020
881
862
1,512
5,064
2,137
80,154
1,010
1,498
1,578
1,985
7,990
12,094
446
3,099
4,924
2,262
751
1,499
3,085
2,015
2,011
4,497
795
24,462
3,215
938
98,646
84,371
12,891
1,384
5,261
331
627
2,117
2,186

% CHG

JULY

% CHG

AUGUST

% CHG

SEPTEMBER

% CHG

13.6

1,273,870

16.3

1,178,511

18.2

1,033,747

9.1

3.3
3.1
1.7
30.9
15.9
13.0
9.4
18.2
5.1
21.4
17.5
6.7
3.3
-7.5
28.7
49.6
51.0
17.9
4.4
14.0
6.0
5.9
-6.3
8.7
-4.7
-6.4
-7.9
-3.1
7.3
-4.6
-25.0
6.9
60.5
9.6
8.4
-2.3
-11.4
-2.4
-13.3
100.3
-4.4
2.2
-21.2
-3.2
0.3
-6.2
-6.1
-21.3
-0.4
-14.3
-5.0
3.7
-3.9
-4.9
6.5
-10.6
15.3
13.1
33.5
8.5
3.1
-4.9
-4.1
-1.8
12.3

53,651
7,098
43,187
3,366
986,819
497,719
5,522
251,419
90,175
9,196
50,938
40,848
45,542
4,079
373,716
183,862
33,454
56,960
55,479
40,587
3,374
93,197
9,038
71,209
987
3,568
7,585
810
22,187
2,182
1,170
2,404
3,696
9,149
3,586
113,846
1,779
2,683
3,064
1,991
13,943
15,675
555
4,151
9,682
3,201
1,216
1,785
3,888
3,336
2,455
7,318
1,170
30,659
4,112
1,183
112,000
94,690
15,973
1,337
7,462
496
953
2,965
3,048
92

6.3
6.8
4.9
27.1
18.7
9.1
-1.0
8.1
9.2
33.7
17.3
9.6
3.8
8.6
39.0
56.1
39.8
21.9
24.3
24.2
12.3
7.7
-3.6
9.7
-20.5
-8.7
22.2
-9.5
10.1
7.4
27.5
-5.7
54.0
3.1
5.8
5.9
-7.2
2.2
4.4
105.7
17.1
7.0
-9.2
1.6
14.6
13.6
33.9
3.5
16.9
2.1
19.3
6.2
-3.6
-3.6
-3.8
9.1
12.9
8.5
47.3
24.7
16.8
-18.3
-18.1
58.6
10.9
1,740.0

43,228
6,399
34,221
2,608
921,163
449,333
4,556
228,209
91,344
7,256
49,558
34,385
30,612
3,413
379,674
183,890
26,574
49,034
72,034
44,364
3,778
78,694
7,316
60,926
1,163
1,154
7,586
549
13,462
2,339
1,006
580
1,056
6,637
1,844
124,285
1,913
2,464
1,595
1,240
17,520
18,141
648
8,242
8,909
1,905
1,192
1,570
4,033
5,411
1,726
6,090
1,145
34,967
3,875
1,699
84,622
71,953
11,612
1,057
5,213
238
841
1,798
2,336

-2.1
0.0
0.0
-26.0
23.8
24.1
7.4
37.9
20.3
24.3
26.2
-1.2
-6.8
-3.3
29.5
40.8
26.8
5.0
27.1
29.8
-5.2
4.5
2.4
6.7
-2.8
-23.6
-2.9
-2.8
-1.4
-14.2
-16.1
-19.3
8.6
8.2
-3.4
0.7
-5.0
-3.1
-12.9
64.5
10.9
5.0
-28.5
-6.1
13.0
-1.8
20.3
-11.6
-5.2
2.6
-1.3
-0.9
-12.3
-0.1
-28.3
-4.2
8.1
5.5
27.3
11.0
-25.6
-54.6
-9.8
-14.7
-32.1

37,354
4,554
29,821
2,979
788,955
450,741
3,910
221,319
103,060
6,966
51,859
33,009
26,678
3,940
248,583
104,211
19,057
31,113
62,395
30,112
1,695
76,611
8,866
58,309
1,079
1,319
6,394
644
13,020
3,485
922
710
1,545
4,660
1,698
104,484
1,582
1,819
1,659
1,259
10,434
17,400
494
3,867
6,318
1,964
1,262
1,521
4,262
2,948
1,901
5,725
1,168
33,956
3,565
1,380
96,987
86,076
9,698
1,213
5,942
393
585
2,715
2,249
25

7.4
5.0
6.7
20.1
9.5
0.7
-15.5
-9.2
7.9
29.6
27.5
7.5
9.6
44.9
31.8
40.0
41.3
9.3
38.6
17.3
12.5
7.6
11.6
6.3
18.3
17.2
11.0
4.4
2.1
-16.7
17.5
32.7
14.9
8.4
5.7
9.0
6.5
-3.1
4.3
27.7
24.8
8.8
-1.4
3.6
10.1
2.7
38.1
-2.4
20.1
-3.8
7.3
15.0
16.0
7.1
-6.6
5.1
6.8
7.2
2.3
13.2
3.3
31.9
-10.1
-9.3
24.5
1,150.0

23

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
4. MONTHLY INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE, 2011

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE

TOTAL
AMERICAS
Canada
USA
Other Countries in Americas
ASIA
Southeast Asia
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam
Other Countries in Southeast Asia
North Asia
P R China
Taiwan
Hong Kong SAR
Japan
South Korea
Other Countries in North Asia
South Asia
Bangladesh
India
Nepal
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Other Countries in South Asia
West Asia
Iran
Israel
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Other Countries in West Asia
EUROPE
Austria
Belgium & Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Rep of Ireland
Russian Federation (CIS)
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
UK
Other Countries in Eastern Europe
Other Countries in Western Europe
OCEANIA
Australia
New Zealand
Other Countries in Oceania
AFRICA
Egypt
Mauritius
South Africa (Rep of)
Other Countries in Africa
NOT STATED

OCTOBER

1,085,193
47,929
6,814
36,840
4,275
817,874
437,413
4,238
193,879
88,770
7,624
63,218
53,133
23,285
3,266
275,530
133,563
17,775
31,027
57,677
33,594
1,894
95,389
8,085
77,196
1,333
1,574
6,469
732
9,542
1,706
1,136
361
1,142
3,710
1,487
117,713
1,716
2,222
2,241
2,202
11,204
18,938
578
3,767
7,112
2,667
1,354
1,561
4,575
3,343
3,228
7,596
919
36,362
4,719
1,409
95,623
84,509
9,876
1,238
6,052
373
750
2,853
2,076
2

% CHG

10.9
4.3
10.6
0.4
37.7
12.6
6.6
13.0
8.3
7.2
17.6
21.5
-8.3
-5.7
-13.4
29.1
44.2
28.3
-5.5
32.6
15.8
14.2
2.6
7.2
2.1
-2.8
7.1
2.8
-0.3
-1.1
-23.0
2.4
-5.0
26.6
0.7
9.5
3.9
-5.9
12.4
-8.6
62.0
11.3
3.8
-15.9
13.2
12.0
-8.1
37.2
-9.9
1.2
13.0
23.7
7.8
-12.5
-3.2
7.9
9.1
9.8
9.6
12.2
4.8
0.5
-16.0
10.0
7.1
-7.1

NOVEMBER

% CHG

1,027,787
48,158
7,843
36,701
3,614
763,707
414,851
5,139
188,488
104,972
7,096
52,726
29,299
23,406
3,725
244,302
100,824
15,865
31,543
61,293
33,145
1,632
89,970
7,610
72,387
1,107
1,486
6,560
820
14,584
1,827
1,085
668
1,907
6,958
2,139
130,143
1,901
2,181
2,279
3,092
11,166
22,487
591
4,718
6,532
3,377
2,135
1,695
5,517
3,173
3,947
7,767
1,808
39,074
5,376
1,327
80,355
70,012
8,888
1,455
5,423
279
1,080
2,100
1,964
1

DECEMBER

% CHG

TOTAL

% CHG

PEAK
MONTH

6.6

1,216,637

7.9

13,171,303

100.0

13.1

JUL

9.5
20.9
6.9
14.0
7.2
5.9
10.0
7.0
5.0
19.2
5.3
-3.0
10.2
12.0
12.1
7.2
20.8
5.7
18.9
19.2
9.2
0.5
2.3
-0.7
10.1
6.1
13.4
-12.1
8.0
-27.3
-17.2
-7.6
22.7
21.5
27.4
0.6
-12.1
0.6
0.6
101.4
-5.0
0.9
5.2
7.4
7.5
15.8
51.8
7.7
8.2
15.4
20.5
9.6
-42.7
-9.6
25.3
-7.3
10.9
9.1
22.7
35.9
-7.3
-34.2
-12.6
-4.0
-1.8
-66.7

47,529
7,610
36,418
3,501
934,453
560,480
10,382
284,232
130,493
8,594
57,114
39,338
26,995
3,332
259,483
113,390
15,153
36,204
62,585
29,605
2,546
102,226
8,366
78,434
1,180
1,850
11,387
1,009
12,264
2,029
778
495
1,167
5,857
1,938
128,378
1,629
2,025
2,232
4,319
12,050
21,448
767
4,873
6,168
3,097
1,288
1,526
6,881
3,060
4,934
6,687
1,098
37,057
6,040
1,199
96,626
84,723
10,514
1,389
9,645
253
1,837
5,305
2,250
6

6.2
-0.2
6.0
25.2
8.5
5.0
9.1
8.4
0.5
3.8
2.9
0.2
1.7
22.4
17.6
13.9
24.3
10.9
28.1
17.2
18.4
6.4
6.2
6.7
-5.3
4.1
8.7
-13.8
13.4
-24.0
-13.8
22.8
47.2
29.8
26.0
10.6
10.5
3.4
17.0
141.3
13.9
22.2
7.0
16.7
3.3
26.3
49.8
-6.5
21.8
19.2
22.9
13.5
-0.2
-6.3
20.5
2.5
1.6
-2.3
41.7
38.5
-5.6
-41.3
13.0
-7.3
-7.8

563,742
82,932
440,576
40,234
10,039,121
5,414,250
62,243
2,592,222
1,140,935
94,184
677,723
472,708
332,231
42,004
3,379,363
1,577,522
238,488
464,375
656,417
414,879
27,682
1,091,215
95,531
868,991
12,757
20,928
83,991
9,017
154,293
32,434
12,137
8,278
17,041
62,736
21,667
1,401,502
19,889
24,979
27,201
23,905
140,299
219,952
7,130
53,520
81,090
32,450
14,095
18,565
59,378
34,977
37,368
79,023
14,731
442,611
54,453
15,886
1,093,415
956,039
122,995
14,381
73,390
3,829
10,527
33,506
25,528
133

4.3
0.6
3.3
0.3
76.2
41.1
0.5
19.7
8.7
0.7
5.1
3.6
2.5
0.3
25.7
12.0
1.8
3.5
5.0
3.1
0.2
8.3
0.7
6.6
0.1
0.2
0.6
0.1
1.2
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.5
0.2
10.6
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
1.1
1.7
0.1
0.4
0.6
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.5
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.1
3.4
0.4
0.1
8.3
7.3
0.9
0.1
0.6
0.0
0.1
0.3
0.2
0.0

7.4
10.4
5.6
23.8
15.7
12.3
0.1
12.4
10.0
20.2
24.5
9.9
2.9
4.7
26.9
34.7
24.7
19.8
24.1
15.0
14.9
4.3
3.5
4.8
-10.8
-4.6
6.4
-8.0
5.3
-12.2
-5.4
-1.1
34.9
11.1
12.2
2.0
-1.0
2.4
-8.2
53.1
7.5
5.1
-10.9
4.8
6.0
2.2
21.6
-9.2
8.0
3.6
6.5
6.2
-10.2
-4.1
2.5
5.1
10.5
8.6
28.4
12.6
-2.8
-19.3
-9.4
3.3
-4.6
146.3

MAR
MAR
MAR
OCT
JUL
DEC
DEC
DEC
DEC
APR
APR
APR
JUL
APR
AUG
AUG
JUL
JUL
AUG
AUG
AUG
MAY
JUL
MAY
OCT
JUL
DEC
DEC
JUL
MAR
JUL
JUL
JUL
JUL
JUL
MAR
AUG
JUL
FEB
DEC
AUG
MAR
DEC
AUG
JUL
NOV
NOV
JUL
JAN
AUG
DEC
NOV
FEB
MAR
JAN
MAR
JUL
JAN
JUL
NOV
DEC
JUL
DEC
DEC
JUL
JUL

24

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS


5. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2010
TOTAL

CANADA

USA

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

MODE OF ARRIVAL

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

11,641,701

100.0

20.2

75,142

100.0

7.3

417,195

100.0

12.5

Air

8,844,514

76.0

22.4

57,281

76.2

9.6

356,292

85.4

14.8

Sea

1,266,257

10.9

9.7

7,486

10.0

-3.5

27,210

6.5

-3.9

Land

1,530,930

13.2

17.6

10,375

13.8

3.4

33,693

8.1

5.6

11,641,701

100.0

20.2

75,142

100.0

7.3

417,195

100.0

12.5

Male

6,029,079

51.8

18.7

40,970

54.5

6.6

266,109

63.8

14.2

Female

5,131,004

44.1

21.7

31,680

42.2

9.8

137,547

33.0

11.0

481,618

4.1

24.8

2,492

3.3

-9.4

13,539

3.2

-0.8

11,641,701

100.0

20.2

75,142

100.0

7.3

417,195

100.0

12.5

14 & Below

970,336

8.3

31.4

4,301

5.7

11.9

26,616

6.4

7.6

15 - 19

412,470

3.5

24.3

2,103

2.8

8.6

8,602

2.1

4.9

20 - 24

813,671

7.0

13.2

5,643

7.5

2.9

18,617

4.5

8.2

25 - 34

2,645,301

22.7

17.2

12,817

17.1

6.7

64,488

15.5

9.8

35 - 44

2,538,795

21.8

21.8

11,058

14.7

7.1

88,203

21.1

15.3

45 - 54

2,082,793

17.9

20.6

14,516

19.3

7.3

98,426

23.6

16.0

55 - 64

1,415,948

12.2

19.9

14,585

19.4

6.4

71,333

17.1

14.6

65 & Above

736,906

6.3

18.2

9,942

13.2

10.3

39,953

9.6

6.7

Not Stated

25,481

0.2

22.8

177

0.2

-3.8

957

0.2

17.1

-0.4

43.19

0.1

42.86

GENDER

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

Average Age (Years)


LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

38.33

0.5

11,126,913

100.0

20.7

73,389

100.0

6.7

408,401

100.0

12.6

Under 1 Day

2,480,529

22.3

13.0

12,993

17.7

0.0

73,293

17.9

2.4

1 Day

2,188,401

19.7

14.7

12,920

17.6

-10.2

82,513

20.2

8.4

2 Days

1,961,054

17.6

23.3

12,609

17.2

6.6

67,236

16.5

12.8

3 Days

1,636,199

14.7

33.5

10,539

14.4

18.5

54,502

13.3

18.4

4 Days

874,475

7.9

36.0

6,241

8.5

18.2

35,022

8.6

21.8

5 Days

469,802

4.2

32.6

3,868

5.3

22.2

23,414

5.7

21.2

6 Days

289,053

2.6

27.0

2,730

3.7

16.3

16,408

4.0

22.7

7 Days

204,331

1.8

19.4

2,064

2.8

16.2

11,179

2.7

21.7

8 - 10 Days

285,254

2.6

17.0

3,202

4.4

25.0

15,663

3.8

18.7

11 - 14 Days

204,698

1.8

13.4

2,249

3.1

16.5

11,550

2.8

14.9

15 - 29 Days

352,655

3.2

18.4

3,256

4.4

15.3

11,921

2.9

12.2

30 - 59 Days

130,667

1.2

0.3

581

0.8

-7.8

3,939

1.0

12.2

49,795

0.4

0.9

137

0.2

-8.7

1,761

0.4

17.8

-2.6

4.28

4.7

4.11

17.1

321,521

12.3

1,715,711

60 Days & Over


Average Length of Stay (Days)
VISITOR DAYS

3.86
44,945,162

100.0

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

25

0.7

2.9
3.8

15.8

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
5. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2010
ASEAN

INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

4,821,753

100.0

30.9

2,306,243

100.0

32.1

1,037,489

100.0

35.7

Air

3,346,032

69.4

37.7

1,391,646

60.3

49.2

769,483

74.2

32.3

Sea

814,414

16.9

12.4

696,479

30.2

14.5

71,747

6.9

2.2

Land

661,307

13.7

24.6

218,118

9.5

6.8

196,259

18.9

74.2

GENDER

4,821,753

100.0

30.9

1,037,489

100.0

35.7

Male

2,224,565

46.1

28.2

1,031,900

44.7

27.9

543,802

52.4

31.1

Female

2,329,475

48.3

31.0

1,081,514

46.9

31.7

457,335

44.1

38.7

267,713

5.6

56.8

192,829

8.4

64.1

36,352

3.5

82.8

4,821,753

100.0

30.9

1,037,489

100.0

35.7

14 & Below

456,026

9.5

46.5

248,037

10.8

50.5

83,470

8.0

43.4

15 - 19

183,944

3.8

39.7

95,304

4.1

47.6

31,420

3.0

37.4

20 - 24

373,511

7.7

22.4

171,080

7.4

23.5

66,557

6.4

31.0

25 - 34

1,192,384

24.7

25.3

512,821

22.2

24.3

241,367

23.3

35.9

35 - 44

1,069,771

22.2

30.8

509,332

22.1

31.8

248,863

24.0

36.4

45 - 54

823,644

17.1

30.3

407,722

17.7

31.5

191,102

18.4

32.1

55 - 64

492,532

10.2

35.5

244,119

10.6

34.9

119,184

11.5

36.9

65 & Above

219,678

4.6

34.6

113,592

4.9

35.1

54,128

5.2

36.5

Not Stated

10,263

0.2

27.9

4,236

0.2

31.4

1,398

0.1

34.0

-0.2

36.69

-0.6

38.22

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

Average Age (Years)

36.65

2,306,243

2,306,243

100.0

4,631,453

100.0

31.9

Under 1 Day

1,158,011

25.0

22.4

554,751

24.8

1 Day

740,071

16.0

22.6

382,753

2 Days

878,238

19.0

46.9

3 Days

679,031

14.7

4 Days

356,901

5 Days

32.1

36.5

15.7

423,981

41.3

36.5

17.1

27.1

179,890

17.5

28.3

406,834

18.2

50.5

162,411

15.8

42.0

52.8

329,221

14.7

58.8

111,366

10.9

46.5

7.7

46.3

187,896

8.4

52.4

55,503

5.4

38.1

185,703

4.0

41.9

99,722

4.5

46.5

29,032

2.8

39.6

6 Days

104,830

2.3

33.1

54,919

2.5

40.0

13,692

1.3

30.4

7 Days

76,402

1.6

21.8

41,776

1.9

25.6

10,103

1.0

28.4

8 - 10 Days

106,713

2.3

16.9

57,516

2.6

18.9

13,897

1.4

24.0

11 - 14 Days

78,829

1.7

12.6

36,926

1.7

11.4

9,563

0.9

22.1

15 - 29 Days

184,140

4.0

19.2

70,362

3.1

11.3

13,658

1.3

34.9

30 - 59 Days

63,502

1.4

-5.6

10,004

0.4

-4.1

2,163

0.2

38.5

60 Days & Over

19,082

0.4

-9.9

2,999

0.1

3.0

492

0.0

45.6

-9.0

3.35

-4.4

2.19

19,364,433

43.1

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

19.0

7,722,176

26

17.2

33.0

-0.4
100.0

VISITOR DAYS

100.0

32.1

1,025,751

4.02

2,235,679

100.0

LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

Average Length of Stay (Days)

26.4

2,267,358

-0.2
5.0

35.4

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS


5. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2010
PHILIPPINES

THAILAND

VIETNAM

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

544,449

100.0

26.0

430,067

100.0

35.3

322,880

100.0

21.7

Air

444,191

81.6

32.3

321,554

74.8

42.7

262,998

81.5

21.3

Sea

28,466

5.2

-0.6

10,301

2.4

-1.5

4,116

1.3

15.1

Land

71,792

13.2

6.0

98,212

22.8

19.6

55,766

17.3

23.8

GENDER

544,449

100.0

26.0

430,067

100.0

35.3

322,880

100.0

21.7

Male

219,762

40.4

29.0

197,492

45.9

32.2

141,894

43.9

24.9

Female

306,902

56.4

24.4

223,990

52.1

38.8

172,959

53.6

19.7

17,785

3.3

18.9

8,585

2.0

21.2

8,027

2.5

9.6

544,449

100.0

26.0

430,067

100.0

35.3

322,880

100.0

21.7

14 & Below

49,460

9.1

42.2

31,983

7.4

69.3

25,969

8.0

34.4

15 - 19

18,395

3.4

43.6

14,539

3.4

49.9

15,736

4.9

17.8

20 - 24

52,090

9.6

22.2

28,529

6.6

25.4

36,025

11.2

9.3

25 - 34

177,941

32.7

21.3

118,971

27.7

25.4

94,756

29.3

18.6

35 - 44

108,777

20.0

23.7

106,228

24.7

31.3

62,670

19.4

25.4

45 - 54

70,721

13.0

26.2

73,491

17.1

39.1

52,576

16.3

22.1

55 - 64

46,351

8.5

30.5

39,239

9.1

50.4

24,917

7.7

35.2

65 & Above

19,310

3.5

31.7

15,348

3.6

46.4

9,228

2.9

22.5

Not Stated

1,404

0.3

37.6

1,739

0.4

27.7

1,003

0.3

13.0

Average Age (Years)

34.74

-0.4

36.83

0.1

34.79

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

0.7

481,014

100.0

27.0

415,758

100.0

36.7

314,563

100.0

22.3

Under 1 Day

60,619

12.6

8.8

69,695

16.8

24.4

31,878

10.1

11.9

1 Day

60,913

12.7

0.8

63,708

15.3

18.3

27,881

8.9

9.4

2 Days

72,568

15.1

36.9

119,306

28.7

70.4

93,805

29.8

39.0

3 Days

87,022

18.1

61.2

62,867

15.1

64.1

64,125

20.4

31.3

4 Days

48,617

10.1

58.6

25,481

6.1

43.4

23,942

7.6

26.3

5 Days

23,474

4.9

48.1

12,500

3.0

28.4

11,072

3.5

30.7

6 Days

14,223

3.0

33.3

7,783

1.9

30.8

7,698

2.4

17.4

7 Days

9,925

2.1

16.8

4,366

1.1

11.5

4,768

1.5

12.4

8 - 10 Days

14,529

3.0

17.0

7,154

1.7

7.1

6,294

2.0

4.6

11 - 14 Days

12,530

2.6

19.8

8,364

2.0

3.0

5,870

1.9

9.3

15 - 29 Days

45,130

9.4

32.1

24,548

5.9

10.4

20,850

6.6

23.9

30 - 59 Days

24,619

5.1

-3.0

8,278

2.0

-15.0

12,288

3.9

-16.1

6,845

1.4

-10.1

1,708

0.4

-8.9

4,092

1.3

-28.4

-9.4

4.68

-17.0

6.47

14.1

2,014,315

12.3

2,089,374

60 Days & Over


Average Length of Stay (Days)
VISITOR DAYS

7.80
4,245,183

9.4

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

27

4.5

-16.6
4.6

1.5

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
5. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2010

P R CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG KONG SAR

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

MODE OF ARRIVAL

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

1,171,493

100.0

25.1

191,186

100.0

22.0

387,579

100.0

31.6

Air

878,142

75.0

27.3

155,076

81.1

23.5

323,943

83.6

30.4

Sea

38,686

3.3

10.6

8,969

4.7

-12.5

13,060

3.4

-11.6

Land

254,665

21.7

20.3

27,141

14.2

29.9

50,576

13.0

62.4

1,171,493

100.0

25.1

191,186

100.0

22.0

387,579

100.0

31.6

Male

557,583

47.6

26.1

89,993

47.1

18.4

203,234

52.4

28.9

Female

591,770

50.5

24.8

84,511

44.2

20.8

177,109

45.7

35.9

22,140

1.9

7.2

16,682

8.7

54.7

7,236

1.9

12.7

1,171,493

100.0

25.1

191,186

100.0

22.0

387,579

100.0

31.6

14 & Below

70,793

6.0

53.4

17,446

9.1

43.8

37,352

9.6

42.8

15 - 19

38,538

3.3

25.1

5,632

2.9

40.2

9,780

2.5

56.9

20 - 24

96,696

8.3

29.3

8,346

4.4

22.9

15,814

4.1

39.7

25 - 34

276,448

23.6

25.1

43,724

22.9

16.4

78,538

20.3

30.3

35 - 44

282,434

24.1

26.6

47,389

24.8

27.3

107,289

27.7

27.9

45 - 54

208,179

17.8

21.8

35,767

18.7

16.6

78,838

20.3

30.0

55 - 64

130,301

11.1

17.5

21,808

11.4

16.4

39,507

10.2

29.8

65 & Above

65,804

5.6

15.0

10,638

5.6

15.7

19,712

5.1

32.9

Not Stated

2,300

0.2

17.7

436

0.2

-3.5

749

0.2

21.0

Average Age (Years)

38.42

-1.9

38.39

-1.8

38.43

GENDER

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

-1.0

1,053,170

100.0

26.5

189,021

100.0

22.2

383,297

100.0

31.3

Under 1 Day

243,762

23.1

8.4

29,080

15.4

5.2

45,757

11.9

10.5

1 Day

421,010

40.0

30.2

32,094

17.0

4.8

54,344

14.2

21.5

2 Days

78,594

7.5

38.4

28,554

15.1

19.5

85,432

22.3

14.9

3 Days

74,060

7.0

46.0

42,744

22.6

35.1

100,107

26.1

54.7

4 Days

60,744

5.8

65.0

23,641

12.5

53.1

49,343

12.9

65.0

5 Days

36,405

3.5

48.6

9,806

5.2

39.6

18,316

4.8

44.9

6 Days

24,450

2.3

41.4

6,106

3.2

46.8

8,939

2.3

34.3

7 Days

17,472

1.7

34.5

3,986

2.1

17.9

5,438

1.4

5.4

8 - 10 Days

22,463

2.1

26.3

4,257

2.3

19.7

5,671

1.5

37.8

11 - 14 Days

20,195

1.9

16.3

3,377

1.8

22.5

4,364

1.1

25.4

15 - 29 Days

30,025

2.9

21.7

4,235

2.2

18.0

4,392

1.1

19.7

30 - 59 Days

16,235

1.5

-8.5

928

0.5

17.2

905

0.2

3.7

7,755

0.7

1.2

213

0.1

44.9

289

0.1

3.6

-7.1

3.53

4.6

3.10

16.2

675,527

27.6

1,202,167

60 Days & Over


Average Length of Stay (Days)
VISITOR DAYS
1

3.72
4,359,493

9.7

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

28

1.5

2.5
2.7

34.9

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS


5. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2010

JAPAN

SOUTH KOREA

INDIA

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

528,951

100.0

8.0

360,703

100.0

32.6

828,994

100.0

14.2

Air

420,021

79.4

11.9

243,009

67.4

29.2

612,338

73.9

16.5

Sea

35,333

6.7

-2.9

67,080

18.6

43.6

73,518

8.9

7.1

Land

73,597

13.9

-5.8

50,614

14.0

35.9

143,138

17.3

9.0

GENDER

528,951

100.0

8.0

360,703

100.0

32.6

828,994

100.0

14.2

Male

322,849

61.0

13.4

178,177

49.4

27.7

512,172

61.8

13.6

Female

192,073

36.3

1.3

170,405

47.2

39.2

290,802

35.1

16.7

14,029

2.7

-10.7

12,121

3.4

20.1

26,020

3.1

2.3

528,951

100.0

8.0

360,703

100.0

32.6

828,994

100.0

14.2

14 & Below

26,570

5.0

1.0

30,227

8.4

35.5

86,942

10.5

24.3

15 - 19

35,416

6.7

1.4

13,463

3.7

51.1

29,366

3.5

17.1

20 - 24

30,157

5.7

-3.5

17,828

4.9

13.9

71,599

8.6

-0.2

25 - 34

95,315

18.0

4.6

85,081

23.6

12.7

211,648

25.5

11.8

35 - 44

121,140

22.9

11.4

82,709

22.9

28.0

176,144

21.2

17.2

45 - 54

101,835

19.3

16.1

69,507

19.3

43.5

122,932

14.8

14.4

55 - 64

78,082

14.8

9.2

44,180

12.2

77.3

88,252

10.6

15.7

65 & Above

39,510

7.5

5.0

16,468

4.6

52.4

40,367

4.9

17.9

926

0.2

7.7

1,240

0.3

39.5

1,744

0.2

26.0

1.3

38.25

3.6

36.08

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

Not Stated
Average Age (Years)

40.35

0.1

LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

520,052

100.0

7.5

354,569

100.0

33.0

733,191

100.0

15.2

Under 1 Day

119,509

23.0

-4.2

134,258

37.9

41.7

97,513

13.3

-4.6

1 Day

121,368

23.3

7.9

71,613

20.2

31.0

87,246

11.9

0.4

2 Days

117,984

22.7

5.4

50,296

14.2

22.4

144,669

19.7

13.5

3 Days

78,244

15.0

18.0

41,519

11.7

31.7

151,021

20.6

24.9

4 Days

32,853

6.3

25.1

20,158

5.7

42.8

67,279

9.2

34.8

5 Days

15,962

3.1

26.7

9,457

2.7

30.2

35,972

4.9

40.4

6 Days

8,836

1.7

19.9

5,557

1.6

30.0

24,451

3.3

38.3

7 Days

4,887

0.9

11.8

3,684

1.0

22.1

15,273

2.1

27.3

8 - 10 Days

7,587

1.5

15.0

3,962

1.1

22.1

25,715

3.5

24.1

11 - 14 Days

4,864

0.9

11.9

3,553

1.0

11.9

18,088

2.5

15.7

15 - 29 Days

6,752

1.3

14.9

4,787

1.4

12.3

35,292

4.8

17.1

30 - 59 Days

1,016

0.2

11.6

3,011

0.8

5.2

20,506

2.8

14.1

190

0.0

18.8

2,714

0.8

9.3

10,166

1.4

8.1

5.4

2.91

-9.4

5.92

13.8

1,051,025

20.2

4,904,187

60 Days & Over


Average Length of Stay (Days)
VISITOR DAYS

2.47
1,306,489

2.9

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

29

2.3

2.3
10.9

16.9

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
5. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2010

FRANCE

GERMANY

NETHERLANDS

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

130,461

100.0

9.0

209,263

100.0

13.9

76,520

100.0

0.2

Air

112,775

86.4

10.3

168,537

80.5

12.3

64,517

84.3

2.2

Sea

7,551

5.8

-4.0

26,089

12.5

39.8

4,279

5.6

-8.9

Land

10,135

7.8

5.7

14,637

7.0

-2.5

7,724

10.1

-9.4

130,461

100.0

9.0

209,263

100.0

13.9

76,520

100.0

0.2

Male

75,137

57.6

8.6

121,518

58.1

13.6

46,182

60.4

1.3

Female

51,235

39.3

11.5

81,235

38.8

14.4

28,004

36.6

-0.7

4,089

3.1

-11.1

6,510

3.1

13.2

2,334

3.1

-8.4

130,461

100.0

9.0

209,263

100.0

13.9

76,520

100.0

0.2

14 & Below

8,552

6.6

12.3

7,448

3.6

7.2

4,462

5.8

-3.2

15 - 19

3,432

2.6

3.1

4,599

2.2

9.5

2,030

2.7

-3.7

20 - 24

9,537

7.3

6.3

14,836

7.1

12.6

5,387

7.0

-3.8

25 - 34

29,532

22.6

2.5

46,063

22.0

13.1

15,306

20.0

-3.7

35 - 44

24,400

18.7

8.7

40,561

19.4

9.7

15,515

20.3

2.0

45 - 54

22,458

17.2

8.2

44,384

21.2

21.4

14,421

18.8

1.6

55 - 64

20,486

15.7

12.2

29,116

13.9

16.9

12,365

16.2

4.8

65 & Above

11,785

9.0

26.8

21,964

10.5

10.3

6,913

9.0

1.7

279

0.2

14.3

292

0.1

11.5

121

0.2

-8.3

1.4

41.99

0.6

41.20

GENDER

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

Not Stated
Average Age (Years)
LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

40.40

1.0

127,117

100.0

8.6

207,568

100.0

15.5

75,376

100.0

0.3

Under 1 Day

33,798

26.6

19.9

35,064

16.9

16.6

15,917

21.1

-2.5

1 Day

28,167

22.2

-1.4

49,995

24.1

18.9

13,419

17.8

-6.5

2 Days

20,563

16.2

1.2

42,313

20.4

9.5

14,271

18.9

-4.0

3 Days

14,424

11.3

10.4

31,121

15.0

12.4

10,923

14.5

6.5

4 Days

8,398

6.6

12.9

15,761

7.6

19.1

6,160

8.2

11.0

5 Days

5,360

4.2

19.6

8,854

4.3

24.1

3,702

4.9

14.8

6 Days

3,525

2.8

6.1

5,643

2.7

13.9

2,561

3.4

3.7

7 Days

2,602

2.0

10.5

3,922

1.9

10.2

1,662

2.2

-0.1

8 - 10 Days

3,701

2.9

6.0

6,140

3.0

21.4

2,550

3.4

0.9

11 - 14 Days

2,788

2.2

11.2

4,005

1.9

20.1

1,700

2.3

2.2

15 - 29 Days

2,669

2.1

10.0

3,571

1.7

16.7

1,815

2.4

5.6

30 - 59 Days

804

0.6

21.5

891

0.4

20.2

540

0.7

20.0

60 Days & Over

318

0.3

32.0

288

0.1

46.2

156

0.2

51.5

Average Length of Stay (Days)

3.23

2.0

3.16

1.3

3.59

11.1

660,304

15.4

274,462

VISITOR DAYS
1

421,766

0.9

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

30

1.5

5.6
0.6

5.8

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS


5. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2010

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

SCANDINAVIA

UK

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

55,005

100.0

9.2

96,484

100.0

3.9

461,769

100.0

-1.7

Air

49,687

90.3

9.7

81,339

84.3

6.3

389,874

84.4

-0.2

Sea

3,572

6.5

0.4

5,919

6.1

-11.4

36,759

8.0

-9.2

Land

1,746

3.2

16.2

9,226

9.6

-4.3

35,136

7.6

-9.3

GENDER

55,005

100.0

9.2

96,484

100.0

3.9

461,769

100.0

-1.7

Male

26,653

48.5

7.4

58,212

60.3

5.6

257,171

55.7

0.1

Female

26,426

48.0

11.1

35,406

36.7

2.1

188,917

40.9

-1.6

1,926

3.5

10.8

2,866

3.0

-4.9

15,681

3.4

-25.1

55,005

100.0

9.2

96,484

100.0

3.9

461,769

100.0

-1.7

14 & Below

4,574

8.3

16.3

7,292

7.6

2.1

26,320

5.7

-0.3

15 - 19

1,522

2.8

22.8

3,002

3.1

5.9

12,128

2.6

-6.6

20 - 24

3,286

6.0

-4.2

9,392

9.7

0.3

28,022

6.1

-7.2

25 - 34

15,713

28.6

4.6

17,707

18.4

2.7

82,838

17.9

-1.0

35 - 44

13,742

25.0

7.5

18,473

19.1

5.1

75,539

16.4

2.0

45 - 54

10,492

19.1

13.8

18,113

18.8

8.4

79,192

17.1

2.5

55 - 64

4,309

7.8

20.4

14,203

14.7

-0.4

87,329

18.9

-5.1

65 & Above

1,181

2.1

18.0

8,095

8.4

7.5

69,471

15.0

-4.1

186

0.3

32.9

207

0.2

7.3

930

0.2

24.3

0.8

39.77

0.3

43.54

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

Not Stated
Average Age (Years)
LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

36.28

-0.2

54,236

100.0

9.1

94,721

100.0

3.9

454,026

100.0

-1.9

Under 1 Day

8,956

16.5

-5.9

15,919

16.8

8.9

71,024

15.6

0.8

1 Day

8,072

14.9

3.6

17,170

18.1

-4.4

90,411

19.9

-8.2

2 Days

13,475

24.8

-0.4

18,663

19.7

-0.7

93,769

20.7

-9.7

3 Days

10,318

19.0

25.9

13,838

14.6

9.2

73,509

16.2

-0.3

4 Days

3,718

6.9

26.5

7,484

7.9

1.3

36,915

8.1

4.9

5 Days

1,796

3.3

25.3

5,338

5.6

10.6

21,154

4.7

9.1

6 Days

1,618

3.0

39.0

3,238

3.4

-2.0

14,141

3.1

10.8

7 Days

959

1.8

21.9

2,484

2.6

7.1

10,643

2.3

6.1

8 - 10 Days

1,666

3.1

1.4

3,944

4.2

9.8

15,904

3.5

5.7

11 - 14 Days

1,317

2.4

23.5

2,908

3.1

20.8

11,171

2.5

6.5

15 - 29 Days

1,774

3.3

47.3

2,760

2.9

10.5

11,357

2.5

11.9

30 - 59 Days

426

0.8

26.8

770

0.8

24.4

2,969

0.7

15.3

60 Days & Over

141

0.3

18.5

205

0.2

35.8

1,059

0.2

32.2

Average Length of Stay (Days)

3.85

11.0

3.98

5.2

3.69

21.3

383,551

9.3

1,703,620

VISITOR DAYS

211,587

0.5

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

31

0.9

6.8
3.8

5.0

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
5. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2010

AUSTRALIA

NEW ZEALAND

SOUTH AFRICA

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

880,558

100.0

6.1

95,790

100.0

2.1

32,430

100.0

-5.9

Air

784,857

89.1

8.1

86,658

90.5

3.4

29,007

89.4

-4.9

Sea

55,336

6.3

-9.6

4,218

4.4

-4.9

1,716

5.3

-13.6

Land

40,365

4.6

-6.7

4,914

5.1

-12.5

1,707

5.3

-13.6

GENDER

880,558

100.0

6.1

95,790

100.0

2.1

32,430

100.0

-5.9

Male

474,534

53.9

7.0

50,588

52.8

2.5

17,906

55.2

-3.2

Female

372,672

42.3

6.5

41,898

43.7

3.1

13,412

41.4

-9.2

33,352

3.8

-9.0

3,304

3.4

-13.7

1,112

3.4

-4.7

880,558

100.0

6.1

95,790

100.0

2.1

32,430

100.0

-5.9

14 & Below

79,604

9.0

7.5

8,461

8.8

-0.1

2,404

7.4

-0.9

15 - 19

28,865

3.3

1.7

3,540

3.7

-4.1

1,512

4.7

-1.8

20 - 24

44,249

5.0

-4.7

4,288

4.5

-3.9

1,585

4.9

-12.3

25 - 34

146,812

16.7

3.9

13,565

14.2

1.8

5,966

18.4

-8.2

35 - 44

154,448

17.5

6.8

15,455

16.1

-1.4

7,278

22.4

-1.8

45 - 54

172,261

19.6

3.9

18,781

19.6

-2.8

6,644

20.5

-5.1

55 - 64

156,651

17.8

7.8

18,302

19.1

6.2

4,554

14.0

-8.8

65 & Above

95,996

10.9

15.5

13,221

13.8

14.5

2,404

7.4

-10.8

Not Stated

1,672

0.2

23.3

177

0.2

40.5

83

0.3

9.2

Average Age (Years)

41.58

0.9

42.91

1.4

40.10

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

-0.6

LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

872,181

100.0

5.9

94,789

100.0

1.8

31,891

100.0

-6.3

Under 1 Day

232,745

26.7

-1.4

21,941

23.1

-1.6

8,092

25.4

-14.8

1 Day

192,967

22.1

2.7

26,111

27.5

-1.8

5,872

18.4

-7.5

2 Days

136,789

15.7

6.6

17,470

18.4

0.1

5,738

18.0

-11.9

3 Days

103,579

11.9

12.9

11,083

11.7

10.0

4,592

14.4

5.3

4 Days

65,882

7.6

15.6

5,567

5.9

6.2

2,353

7.4

11.5

5 Days

40,241

4.6

18.2

3,212

3.4

13.4

1,374

4.3

-10.2

6 Days

24,732

2.8

15.9

2,088

2.2

13.5

794

2.5

-2.9

7 Days

20,329

2.3

18.4

1,681

1.8

18.9

584

1.8

4.3

8 - 10 Days

25,357

2.9

13.1

2,237

2.4

4.3

814

2.6

1.2

11 - 14 Days

13,030

1.5

10.8

1,341

1.4

-2.2

588

1.8

10.3

15 - 29 Days

11,997

1.4

6.3

1,732

1.8

15.8

894

2.8

16.7

30 - 59 Days

3,339

0.4

9.5

265

0.3

-15.6

142

0.4

2.2

60 Days & Over

1,194

0.1

9.6

61

0.1

41.9

54

0.2

50.0

4.4

2.73

3.6

3.27

10.7

261,074

5.8

105,968

Average Length of Stay (Days)


VISITOR DAYS
1

2.89
2,548,575

5.7

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

32

0.6

9.8
0.2

3.4

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS


6. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2011
TOTAL

CANADA

USA

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

13,171,303

100.0

13.1

82,932

100.0

10.4

440,576

100.0

5.6

Air

10,142,403

77.0

14.7

65,162

78.6

13.8

380,469

86.4

6.8

Sea

1,328,063

10.1

4.9

6,964

8.4

-7.0

25,070

5.7

-7.9

Land

1,700,837

12.9

11.1

10,806

13.0

4.2

35,037

8.0

4.0

13,171,303

100.0

13.1

82,932

100.0

10.4

440,576

100.0

5.6

Male

6,743,908

51.2

11.9

45,048

54.3

10.0

278,283

63.2

4.6

Female

5,920,021

44.9

15.4

35,637

43.0

12.5

149,491

33.9

8.7

507,374

3.9

5.3

2,247

2.7

-9.8

12,802

2.9

-5.4

13,171,303

100.0

13.1

82,932

100.0

10.4

440,576

100.0

5.6

1,131,248

8.6

16.6

4,684

5.6

8.9

27,155

6.2

2.0

15 - 19

480,301

3.6

16.4

2,274

2.7

8.1

8,683

2.0

0.9

20 - 24

915,800

7.0

12.6

6,324

7.6

12.1

20,238

4.6

8.7

25 - 34

3,004,228

22.8

13.6

14,352

17.3

12.0

69,329

15.7

7.5

35 - 44

2,855,699

21.7

12.5

11,843

14.3

7.1

90,622

20.6

2.7

45 - 54

2,320,408

17.6

11.4

15,400

18.6

6.1

103,219

23.4

4.9

55 - 64

1,598,205

12.1

12.9

16,202

19.5

11.1

75,107

17.0

5.3

65 & Above

838,592

6.4

13.8

11,705

14.1

17.7

45,350

10.3

13.5

Not Stated

26,822

0.2

5.3

148

0.2

-16.4

873

0.2

-8.8

-0.3

43.35

0.4

43.06

GENDER

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)
14 & Below

Average Age (Years)


LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

38.20

0.5

12,644,493

100.0

13.6

81,157

100.0

10.6

430,406

100.0

5.4

Under 1 Day

2,781,092

22.0

12.1

11,510

14.2

-11.4

69,860

16.2

-4.7

1 Day

2,464,014

19.5

12.6

14,967

18.4

15.8

85,779

19.9

4.0

2 Days

2,225,661

17.6

13.5

14,763

18.2

17.1

73,370

17.0

9.1

3 Days

1,954,832

15.5

19.5

12,922

15.9

22.6

60,967

14.2

11.9

4 Days

1,045,018

8.3

19.5

7,383

9.1

18.3

38,927

9.0

11.2

5 Days

534,996

4.2

13.9

4,548

5.6

17.6

25,774

6.0

10.1

6 Days

321,552

2.5

11.2

2,982

3.7

9.2

17,389

4.0

6.0

7 Days

226,757

1.8

11.0

2,195

2.7

6.3

11,736

2.7

5.0

8 - 10 Days

315,303

2.5

10.5

3,295

4.1

2.9

16,614

3.9

6.1

11 - 14 Days

220,096

1.7

7.5

2,382

2.9

5.9

11,825

2.7

2.4

15 - 29 Days

373,692

3.0

6.0

3,367

4.1

3.4

12,183

2.8

2.2

30 - 59 Days

133,536

1.1

2.2

700

0.9

20.5

4,219

1.0

7.1

47,944

0.4

-3.7

143

0.2

4.4

1,763

0.4

0.1

-3.4

4.29

0.1

4.14

9.3

355,383

10.5

1,822,371

60 Days & Over


Average Length of Stay (Days)
VISITOR DAYS

3.73
49,136,486

100.0

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

33

0.7

0.6
3.7

6.2

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
6. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2011

ASEAN

INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

5,414,250

100.0

12.3

2,592,222

100.0

12.4

1,140,935

100.0

10.0

Air

3,863,792

71.4

15.5

1,616,498

62.4

16.2

862,935

75.6

12.1

Sea

864,490

16.0

6.1

745,274

28.8

7.0

67,948

6.0

-5.3

Land

685,968

12.7

3.7

230,450

8.9

5.7

210,052

18.4

7.0

GENDER

5,414,250

100.0

12.3

1,140,935

100.0

10.0

Male

2,490,724

46.0

12.0

1,161,445

44.8

12.6

592,603

51.9

9.0

Female

2,638,072

48.7

13.2

1,211,701

46.7

12.0

520,599

45.6

13.8

285,454

5.3

6.6

219,076

8.5

13.6

27,733

2.4

-23.7

5,414,250

100.0

12.3

1,140,935

100.0

10.0

14 & Below

527,391

9.7

15.6

285,612

11.0

15.1

94,283

8.3

13.0

15 - 19

219,126

4.0

19.1

114,632

4.4

20.3

35,829

3.1

14.0

20 - 24

424,449

7.8

13.6

190,336

7.3

11.3

75,645

6.6

13.7

25 - 34

1,323,068

24.4

11.0

567,417

21.9

10.6

261,031

22.9

8.1

35 - 44

1,187,148

21.9

11.0

570,425

22.0

12.0

270,014

23.7

8.5

45 - 54

907,417

16.8

10.2

451,789

17.4

10.8

207,224

18.2

8.4

55 - 64

561,638

10.4

14.0

277,245

10.7

13.6

133,782

11.7

12.2

65 & Above

252,915

4.7

15.1

130,331

5.0

14.7

61,681

5.4

14.0

Not Stated

11,098

0.2

8.1

4,435

0.2

4.7

1,446

0.1

3.4

-0.3

36.61

-0.2

38.20

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

Average Age (Years)

36.54

2,592,222

2,592,222

100.0

100.0

LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

5,244,772

100.0

13.2

Under 1 Day

1,299,257

24.8

12.2

632,940

24.9

807,529

15.4

9.1

422,920

2 Days

1,025,563

19.6

16.8

3 Days

812,154

15.5

4 Days

421,261

5 Days

14.1

472,455

41.8

11.4

16.7

10.5

193,313

17.1

7.5

479,930

18.9

18.0

184,041

16.3

13.3

19.6

386,892

15.2

17.5

122,815

10.9

10.3

8.0

18.0

217,258

8.6

15.6

62,141

5.5

12.0

207,391

4.0

11.7

109,007

4.3

9.3

29,981

2.7

3.3

6 Days

114,419

2.2

9.1

59,251

2.3

7.9

14,623

1.3

6.8

7 Days

81,862

1.6

7.1

43,499

1.7

4.1

10,326

0.9

2.2

8 - 10 Days

115,060

2.2

7.8

60,198

2.4

4.7

14,333

1.3

3.1

11 - 14 Days

83,948

1.6

6.5

38,861

1.5

5.2

9,901

0.9

3.5

15 - 29 Days

195,516

3.7

6.2

74,537

2.9

5.9

13,945

1.2

2.1

30 - 59 Days

63,260

1.2

-0.4

9,605

0.4

-4.0

2,022

0.2

-6.5

60 Days & Over

17,552

0.3

-8.0

2,666

0.1

-11.1

454

0.0

-7.7

-4.2

3.23

-3.6

2.12

VISITOR DAYS

20,832,838

42.4

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

7.6

8,365,115

34

17.0

13.5

-0.1
10.2

3.85

100.0

12.4

100.0

Average Length of Stay (Days)

2,537,564

12.4

1,130,350

1 Day

8.3

2,423,812

-2.8
4.9

6.9

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS


6. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2011
PHILIPPINES

THAILAND

VIETNAM

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

677,723

100.0

24.5

472,708

100.0

9.9

332,231

100.0

2.9

Air

567,420

83.7

27.7

368,186

77.9

14.5

276,798

83.3

5.2

Sea

33,957

5.0

19.3

9,234

2.0

-10.4

4,563

1.4

10.9

Land

76,346

11.3

6.3

95,288

20.2

-3.0

50,870

15.3

-8.8

GENDER

677,723

100.0

24.5

472,708

100.0

9.9

332,231

100.0

2.9

Male

280,188

41.3

27.5

216,074

45.7

9.4

142,866

43.0

0.7

Female

378,147

55.8

23.2

248,343

52.5

10.9

182,628

55.0

5.6

19,388

2.9

9.0

8,291

1.8

-3.4

6,737

2.0

-16.1

677,723

100.0

24.5

472,708

100.0

9.9

332,231

100.0

2.9

14 & Below

67,702

10.0

36.9

34,884

7.4

9.1

26,778

8.1

3.1

15 - 19

25,270

3.7

37.4

17,707

3.7

21.8

15,864

4.8

0.8

20 - 24

62,004

9.1

19.0

32,723

6.9

14.7

40,607

12.2

12.7

25 - 34

211,519

31.2

18.9

133,010

28.1

11.8

97,399

29.3

2.8

35 - 44

131,710

19.4

21.1

114,058

24.1

7.4

65,181

19.6

4.0

45 - 54

89,839

13.3

27.0

78,806

16.7

7.2

50,369

15.2

-4.2

55 - 64

61,382

9.1

32.4

43,127

9.1

9.9

25,885

7.8

3.9

65 & Above

26,937

4.0

39.5

16,167

3.4

5.3

9,106

2.7

-1.3

Not Stated

1,360

0.2

-3.1

2,226

0.5

28.0

1,042

0.3

3.9

Average Age (Years)

34.83

0.3

36.58

-0.7

34.49

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

-0.8

616,176

100.0

28.1

462,469

100.0

11.2

325,371

100.0

3.4

Under 1 Day

73,310

11.9

20.9

70,725

15.3

1.5

33,930

10.4

6.4

1 Day

74,773

12.1

22.8

63,293

13.7

-0.7

28,032

8.6

0.5

2 Days

99,263

16.1

36.8

142,609

30.8

19.5

94,681

29.1

0.9

3 Days

129,902

21.1

49.3

78,299

16.9

24.5

64,572

19.8

0.7

4 Days

70,270

11.4

44.5

29,445

6.4

15.6

24,319

7.5

1.6

5 Days

31,445

5.1

34.0

13,761

3.0

10.1

12,091

3.7

9.2

6 Days

17,297

2.8

21.6

8,708

1.9

11.9

7,383

2.3

-4.1

7 Days

12,351

2.0

24.4

4,769

1.0

9.2

4,986

1.5

4.6

8 - 10 Days

17,128

2.8

17.9

7,561

1.6

5.7

7,210

2.2

14.6

11 - 14 Days

13,919

2.3

11.1

8,781

1.9

5.0

6,424

2.0

9.4

15 - 29 Days

46,731

7.6

3.5

24,323

5.3

-0.9

25,407

7.8

21.9

30 - 59 Days

23,870

3.9

-3.0

8,225

1.8

-0.6

12,940

4.0

5.3

5,917

1.0

-13.6

1,970

0.4

15.3

3,396

1.0

-17.0

-14.6

4.52

-3.6

6.60

6.3

2,134,347

6.0

2,194,043

60 Days & Over


Average Length of Stay (Days)
VISITOR DAYS

6.66
4,511,357

9.2

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

35

4.3

2.1
4.5

5.0

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
6. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2011
P R CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG KONG SAR

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

1,577,522

100.0

34.7

238,488

100.0

24.7

464,375

100.0

19.8

Air

1,152,802

73.1

31.3

194,879

81.7

25.7

394,500

85.0

21.8

Sea

55,509

3.5

43.5

9,407

3.9

4.9

17,669

3.8

35.3

Land

369,211

23.4

45.0

34,202

14.3

26.0

52,206

11.2

3.2

1,577,522

100.0

34.7

238,488

100.0

24.7

464,375

100.0

19.8

Male

732,373

46.4

31.3

108,846

45.6

20.9

237,136

51.1

16.7

Female

818,633

51.9

38.3

108,554

45.5

28.4

219,164

47.2

23.7

26,516

1.7

19.8

21,088

8.8

26.4

8,075

1.7

11.6

1,577,522

100.0

34.7

238,488

100.0

24.7

464,375

100.0

19.8

106,746

6.8

50.8

23,469

9.8

34.5

49,052

10.6

31.3

15 - 19

50,851

3.2

32.0

8,054

3.4

43.0

11,629

2.5

18.9

20 - 24

113,527

7.2

17.4

11,327

4.7

35.7

19,530

4.2

23.5

25 - 34

360,298

22.8

30.3

56,141

23.5

28.4

93,632

20.2

19.2

35 - 44

374,727

23.8

32.7

58,511

24.5

23.5

124,520

26.8

16.1

45 - 54

279,876

17.7

34.4

42,576

17.9

19.0

92,455

19.9

17.3

55 - 64

191,458

12.1

46.9

26,243

11.0

20.3

48,244

10.4

22.1

65 & Above

97,063

6.2

47.5

11,571

4.9

8.8

24,355

5.2

23.6

Not Stated

2,976

0.2

29.4

596

0.2

36.7

958

0.2

27.9

Average Age (Years)

38.80

1.0

37.58

-2.1

38.15

GENDER

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)
14 & Below

LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

-0.7

1,455,107

100.0

38.2

235,922

100.0

24.8

460,951

100.0

20.3

Under 1 Day

354,824

24.4

45.6

39,972

16.9

37.5

53,682

11.6

17.3

1 Day

582,940

40.1

38.5

38,851

16.5

21.1

63,814

13.8

17.4

2 Days

106,298

7.3

35.2

34,753

14.7

21.7

93,123

20.2

9.0

3 Days

107,517

7.4

45.2

60,145

25.5

40.7

132,543

28.8

32.4

4 Days

90,894

6.2

49.6

28,477

12.1

20.5

64,195

13.9

30.1

5 Days

49,118

3.4

34.9

9,530

4.0

-2.8

21,181

4.6

15.6

6 Days

30,044

2.1

22.9

5,738

2.4

-6.0

10,146

2.2

13.5

7 Days

21,814

1.5

24.9

4,054

1.7

1.7

6,079

1.3

11.8

8 - 10 Days

27,075

1.9

20.5

4,570

1.9

7.4

6,407

1.4

13.0

11 - 14 Days

24,685

1.7

22.2

3,689

1.6

9.2

4,331

0.9

-0.8

15 - 29 Days

34,827

2.4

16.0

5,071

2.1

19.7

4,363

0.9

-0.7

30 - 59 Days

16,740

1.2

3.1

910

0.4

-1.9

875

0.2

-3.3

8,331

0.6

7.4

162

0.1

-23.9

212

0.0

-26.6

-11.3

3.32

-6.2

3.04

19.4

790,669

17.0

1,410,488

60 Days & Over


Average Length of Stay (Days)
VISITOR DAYS
1

3.30
5,204,733

10.6

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

36

1.6

-2.1
2.9

17.3

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS


6. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2011

JAPAN

SOUTH KOREA

INDIA

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

656,417

100.0

24.1

414,879

100.0

15.0

868,991

100.0

4.8

Air

534,169

81.4

27.2

284,649

68.6

17.1

652,060

75.0

6.5

Sea

37,493

5.7

6.1

71,643

17.3

6.8

75,850

8.7

3.2

Land

84,755

12.9

15.2

58,587

14.1

15.8

141,081

16.2

-1.4

GENDER

656,417

100.0

24.1

414,879

100.0

15.0

868,991

100.0

4.8

Male

386,902

58.9

19.8

199,569

48.1

12.0

538,101

61.9

5.1

Female

253,653

38.6

32.1

197,353

47.6

15.8

307,984

35.4

5.9

15,862

2.4

13.1

17,957

4.3

48.1

22,906

2.6

-12.0

656,417

100.0

24.1

414,879

100.0

15.0

868,991

100.0

4.8

14 & Below

36,595

5.6

37.7

36,003

8.7

19.1

90,464

10.4

4.1

15 - 19

45,648

7.0

28.9

16,075

3.9

19.4

29,548

3.4

0.6

20 - 24

34,806

5.3

15.4

22,108

5.3

24.0

73,385

8.4

2.5

25 - 34

124,812

19.0

30.9

99,166

23.9

16.6

227,475

26.2

7.5

35 - 44

150,083

22.9

23.9

94,487

22.8

14.2

184,082

21.2

4.5

45 - 54

122,430

18.7

20.2

77,182

18.6

11.0

126,884

14.6

3.2

55 - 64

92,315

14.1

18.2

49,593

12.0

12.3

93,328

10.7

5.8

65 & Above

48,726

7.4

23.3

19,096

4.6

16.0

42,152

4.9

4.4

Not Stated

1,002

0.2

8.2

1,169

0.3

-5.7

1,673

0.2

-4.1

Average Age (Years)

39.87

-1.2

37.91

-0.9

36.09

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

0.0

LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

643,955

100.0

23.8

408,368

100.0

15.2

763,643

100.0

4.2

Under 1 Day

133,000

20.7

11.3

149,332

36.6

11.2

94,128

12.3

-3.5

1 Day

138,240

21.5

13.9

72,554

17.8

1.3

84,747

11.1

-2.9

2 Days

159,149

24.7

34.9

62,092

15.2

23.5

139,981

18.3

-3.2

3 Days

109,321

17.0

39.7

57,867

14.2

39.4

167,253

21.9

10.7

4 Days

43,319

6.7

31.9

26,108

6.4

29.5

75,270

9.9

11.9

5 Days

19,035

3.0

19.3

11,661

2.9

23.3

40,289

5.3

12.0

6 Days

10,652

1.7

20.6

6,305

1.5

13.5

26,973

3.5

10.3

7 Days

6,056

0.9

23.9

3,835

0.9

4.1

17,142

2.2

12.2

8 - 10 Days

8,729

1.4

15.1

4,819

1.2

21.6

28,114

3.7

9.3

11 - 14 Days

6,116

0.9

25.7

3,509

0.9

-1.2

19,306

2.5

6.7

15 - 29 Days

9,003

1.4

33.3

4,900

1.2

2.4

38,723

5.1

9.7

30 - 59 Days

1,115

0.2

9.7

2,955

0.7

-1.9

22,089

2.9

7.7

220

0.0

15.8

2,431

0.6

-10.4

9,628

1.3

-5.3

3.2

2.80

-3.8

6.03

28.1

1,163,061

10.7

5,240,038

60 Days & Over


Average Length of Stay (Days)
VISITOR DAYS

2.55
1,673,420

3.4

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

37

2.4

1.9
10.7

6.8

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
6. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2011

FRANCE

GERMANY

NETHERLANDS

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

140,299

100.0

7.5

219,952

100.0

5.1

81,090

100.0

6.0

Air

121,014

86.3

7.3

178,141

81.0

5.7

68,716

84.7

6.5

Sea

7,694

5.5

1.9

25,174

11.4

-3.5

4,503

5.6

5.2

Land

11,591

8.3

14.4

16,637

7.6

13.7

7,871

9.7

1.9

140,299

100.0

7.5

219,952

100.0

5.1

81,090

100.0

6.0

Male

80,902

57.7

7.7

130,082

59.1

7.0

48,911

60.3

5.9

Female

54,969

39.2

7.3

84,552

38.4

4.1

29,686

36.6

6.0

4,428

3.2

8.3

5,318

2.4

-18.3

2,493

3.1

6.8

140,299

100.0

7.5

219,952

100.0

5.1

81,090

100.0

6.0

14 & Below

9,337

6.7

9.2

7,586

3.4

1.9

4,804

5.9

7.7

15 - 19

3,943

2.8

14.9

4,647

2.1

1.0

2,151

2.7

6.0

20 - 24

10,843

7.7

13.7

16,151

7.3

8.9

5,733

7.1

6.4

25 - 34

32,993

23.5

11.7

50,299

22.9

9.2

17,148

21.1

12.0

35 - 44

25,924

18.5

6.2

41,096

18.7

1.3

16,190

20.0

4.4

45 - 54

24,611

17.5

9.6

46,955

21.3

5.8

15,480

19.1

7.3

55 - 64

20,805

14.8

1.6

30,448

13.8

4.6

11,942

14.7

-3.4

65 & Above

11,577

8.3

-1.8

22,493

10.2

2.4

7,530

9.3

8.9

266

0.2

-4.7

277

0.1

-5.1

112

0.1

-7.4

-1.4

41.85

-0.3

40.85

GENDER

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

Not Stated
Average Age (Years)
LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

39.83

-0.8

136,376

100.0

7.3

216,461

100.0

4.3

79,563

100.0

5.6

Under 1 Day

33,768

24.8

-0.1

37,599

17.4

7.2

15,892

20.0

-0.2

1 Day

27,883

20.4

-1.0

50,921

23.5

1.9

14,571

18.3

8.6

2 Days

22,900

16.8

11.4

43,153

19.9

2.0

15,150

19.0

6.2

3 Days

16,884

12.4

17.1

33,037

15.3

6.2

11,801

14.8

8.0

4 Days

9,646

7.1

14.9

17,155

7.9

8.8

6,603

8.3

7.2

5 Days

6,211

4.6

15.9

9,468

4.4

6.9

3,973

5.0

7.3

6 Days

4,183

3.1

18.7

6,261

2.9

11.0

2,584

3.2

0.9

7 Days

2,854

2.1

9.7

4,240

2.0

8.1

1,813

2.3

9.1

8 - 10 Days

4,447

3.3

20.2

6,044

2.8

-1.6

2,789

3.5

9.4

11 - 14 Days

3,090

2.3

10.8

3,948

1.8

-1.4

1,789

2.2

5.2

15 - 29 Days

3,038

2.2

13.8

3,409

1.6

-4.5

1,833

2.3

1.0

30 - 59 Days

1,103

0.8

37.2

944

0.4

5.9

621

0.8

15.0

60 Days & Over

369

0.3

16.0

282

0.1

-2.1

144

0.2

-7.7

Average Length of Stay (Days)

3.47

7.2

3.12

-1.0

3.60

15.3

686,918

4.0

292,260

VISITOR DAYS
1

486,238

1.0

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

38

1.4

0.5
0.6

6.5

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS


6. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2011

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

SCANDINAVIA

UK

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

59,378

100.0

8.0

97,019

100.0

0.6

442,611

100.0

-4.1

Air

54,465

91.7

9.6

82,500

85.0

1.4

379,388

85.7

-2.7

Sea

3,367

5.7

-5.7

5,441

5.6

-8.1

28,790

6.5

-21.7

Land

1,546

2.6

-11.5

9,078

9.4

-1.6

34,433

7.8

-2.0

GENDER

59,378

100.0

8.0

97,019

100.0

0.6

442,611

100.0

-4.1

Male

28,752

48.4

7.9

58,657

60.5

0.8

250,991

56.7

-2.4

Female

28,935

48.7

9.5

35,652

36.7

0.7

178,793

40.4

-5.4

1,691

2.8

-12.2

2,710

2.8

-5.4

12,827

2.9

-18.2

59,378

100.0

8.0

97,019

100.0

0.6

442,611

100.0

-4.1

14 & Below

5,270

8.9

15.2

7,197

7.4

-1.3

25,182

5.7

-4.3

15 - 19

1,709

2.9

12.3

2,972

3.1

-1.0

11,165

2.5

-7.9

20 - 24

3,801

6.4

15.7

10,003

10.3

6.5

26,510

6.0

-5.4

25 - 34

17,307

29.1

10.1

17,712

18.3

0.0

82,152

18.6

-0.8

35 - 44

14,448

24.3

5.1

18,028

18.6

-2.4

74,179

16.8

-1.8

45 - 54

10,871

18.3

3.6

18,428

19.0

1.7

77,396

17.5

-2.3

55 - 64

4,581

7.7

6.3

14,061

14.5

-1.0

80,191

18.1

-8.2

65 & Above

1,250

2.1

5.8

8,435

8.7

4.2

65,137

14.7

-6.2

141

0.2

-24.2

183

0.2

-11.6

699

0.2

-24.8

-1.2

39.79

0.0

43.31

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

Not Stated
Average Age (Years)
LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

35.83

-0.5

58,127

100.0

7.2

94,773

100.0

0.1

434,389

100.0

-4.3

Under 1 Day

9,029

15.5

0.8

14,509

15.3

-8.9

65,655

15.1

-7.6

1 Day

7,869

13.5

-2.5

16,592

17.5

-3.4

81,846

18.8

-9.5

2 Days

13,387

23.0

-0.7

17,962

19.0

-3.8

88,425

20.4

-5.7

3 Days

12,226

21.0

18.5

14,375

15.2

3.9

70,779

16.3

-3.7

4 Days

4,802

8.3

29.2

8,639

9.1

15.4

37,021

8.5

0.3

5 Days

2,246

3.9

25.1

5,694

6.0

6.7

21,258

4.9

0.5

6 Days

1,655

2.8

2.3

3,510

3.7

8.4

14,477

3.3

2.4

7 Days

1,229

2.1

28.2

2,678

2.8

7.8

10,870

2.5

2.1

8 - 10 Days

2,072

3.6

24.4

4,357

4.6

10.5

16,390

3.8

3.1

11 - 14 Days

1,302

2.2

-1.1

2,679

2.8

-7.9

11,527

2.7

3.2

15 - 29 Days

1,709

2.9

-3.7

2,742

2.9

-0.7

11,667

2.7

2.7

30 - 59 Days

496

0.9

16.4

741

0.8

-3.8

3,273

0.8

10.2

60 Days & Over

105

0.2

-25.5

295

0.3

43.9

1,201

0.3

13.4

Average Length of Stay (Days)

3.88

0.9

4.11

3.4

3.88

9.0

398,655

3.9

1,719,101

VISITOR DAYS

230,557

0.5

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

39

0.8

5.3
3.5

0.9

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
6. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL VISITOR ARRIVALS FROM
SELECTED MARKETS, 2011

AUSTRALIA

NEW ZEALAND

SOUTH AFRICA

CHARACTERISTICS
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

MODE OF ARRIVAL

956,039

100.0

8.6

122,995

100.0

28.4

33,506

100.0

3.3

Air

864,981

90.5

10.2

112,982

91.9

30.4

29,321

87.5

1.1

Sea

49,353

5.2

-10.8

3,944

3.2

-6.5

2,197

6.6

28.0

Land

41,705

4.4

3.3

6,069

4.9

23.5

1,988

5.9

16.5

GENDER

956,039

100.0

8.6

122,995

100.0

28.4

33,506

100.0

3.3

Male

514,432

53.8

8.4

63,578

51.7

25.7

18,792

56.1

4.9

Female

407,588

42.6

9.4

55,390

45.0

32.2

13,635

40.7

1.7

34,019

3.6

2.0

4,027

3.3

21.9

1,079

3.2

-3.0

956,039

100.0

8.6

122,995

100.0

28.4

33,506

100.0

3.3

14 & Below

89,182

9.3

12.0

11,070

9.0

30.8

2,546

7.6

5.9

15 - 19

31,257

3.3

8.3

4,850

3.9

37.0

1,740

5.2

15.1

20 - 24

48,845

5.1

10.4

6,880

5.6

60.4

1,506

4.5

-5.0

25 - 34

164,870

17.2

12.3

20,466

16.6

50.9

5,816

17.4

-2.5

35 - 44

167,052

17.5

8.2

19,929

16.2

28.9

7,517

22.4

3.3

45 - 54

181,432

19.0

5.3

23,930

19.5

27.4

6,799

20.3

2.3

55 - 64

164,799

17.2

5.2

21,114

17.2

15.4

4,764

14.2

4.6

65 & Above

107,011

11.2

11.5

14,551

11.8

10.1

2,740

8.2

14.0

Not Stated

1,591

0.2

-4.8

205

0.2

15.8

78

0.2

-6.0

Average Age (Years)

41.32

-0.6

41.44

-3.4

40.30

Not Stated
AGE GROUP (YEARS)

0.5

LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS)

949,173

100.0

8.8

121,762

100.0

28.5

32,949

100.0

3.3

Under 1 Day

235,520

24.8

1.2

30,805

25.3

40.4

8,357

25.4

3.3

1 Day

205,157

21.6

6.3

31,955

26.2

22.4

5,268

16.0

-10.3

2 Days

149,999

15.8

9.7

20,539

16.9

17.6

5,604

17.0

-2.3

3 Days

117,389

12.4

13.3

13,877

11.4

25.2

5,047

15.3

9.9

4 Days

77,798

8.2

18.1

7,649

6.3

37.4

2,677

8.1

13.8

5 Days

47,620

5.0

18.3

4,421

3.6

37.6

1,733

5.3

26.1

6 Days

29,624

3.1

19.8

2,880

2.4

37.9

1,005

3.1

26.6

7 Days

23,921

2.5

17.7

2,284

1.9

35.9

687

2.1

17.6

8 - 10 Days

30,746

3.2

21.3

3,550

2.9

58.7

895

2.7

10.0

11 - 14 Days

14,257

1.5

9.4

1,841

1.5

37.3

622

1.9

5.8

15 - 29 Days

12,574

1.3

4.8

1,658

1.4

-4.3

903

2.7

1.0

30 - 59 Days

3,332

0.4

-0.2

257

0.2

-3.0

122

0.4

-14.1

60 Days & Over

1,236

0.1

3.5

46

0.0

-24.6

29

0.1

-46.3

2.8

2.64

-3.1

3.30

11.6

324,928

24.5

110,713

Average Length of Stay (Days)


VISITOR DAYS
1

2.97
2,843,978

5.8

The percentage shown in the second column for each market


indicates the respective market share.

40

0.7

1.1
0.2

4.5

VISITOR PROFILE

VISITOR ARRIVALS (Source: OVERSEAS VISITORS SURVEY)

1. Methodology
Data on visitors profile are obtained mainly from the Overseas Visitors Survey. The annual
survey covers a sample of about 26,000 visitors departing Singapore via air, sea and land
checkpoints. Face-to-face interviews are conducted with visitors at the departure points
throughout the year.
The sample is selected based on a quarterly quota, which is set according to the actual
visitor arrival statistics from the same quarter of the previous year. In addition, the data
collected are weighted by country of residence, age group and length of stay, based on
actual visitor arrival statistics compiled from the D/E cards. This ensures that the profile of
visitors surveyed resembles the distribution of visitor arrivals in the total population.
2. Visitor Arrivals
All visitors are classified by country of residence unless otherwise stated. Total visitor
arrivals include all visitors arriving by air and sea and non-Malaysian citizens arriving by land.
3. Geographical Classification
The term "ASEAN" stands for "Association of South East Asian Nations" and refers to the tencountry political association comprising
Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, Laos,
Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. However, when used in the statistical
tables in this publication, the term excludes Singapore.

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ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011


VISITOR ARRIVALS (Source: OVERSEAS VISITORS SURVEY)

Table 7

Main Purpose of Visit (%), 2010..........43

Table 8

Main Purpose of Visit (%), 2011.......43

Table 9

Accommodation (%), 2010...........45

Table 10

Accommodation (%), 2011...........45

Table 11

Frequency of Visit (%), 2010................47

Table 12

Frequency of Visit (%), 2011................47

Table 13

Travelling Companions (%), 2010...........49

Table 14

Travelling Companions (%), 2011...........49

Table 15

Paid-Access Attraction and Sites Visited (%), 2010..........51

Table 16

Paid-Access Attraction and Sites Visited (%), 2011..........51

Table 17

Free-Access Attraction and Sites Visited (%), 2010.................53

Table 18

Free-Access Attraction and Sites Visited (%), 2011.................53

Table 19

Shopping Items Purchased in terms of Amount Spent (%), 2010.............55

Table 20

Shopping Items Purchased in terms of Amount Spent (%), 2011.............55

Table 21

Shopping Items Purchased in terms of Popularity (%), 2010.............57

Table 22

Shopping Items Purchased in terms of Popularity (%), 2011.............57

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VISITOR PROFILE

7. MAIN PURPOSE OF VISIT (%), 2010

SOUTHEAST ASIA
MAIN PURPOSE

TOTAL

NORTH ASIA

INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

SOUTH ASIA
JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

Holiday

35

36

19

29

32

31

26

35

30

25

49

Business

25

15

39

16

38

27

43

45

44

44

18

Visit Friends/Relatives

15

19

16

37

13

18

11

15

MICE

Education

Others

12

17

10

14

Not Stated

10

12

10

10

17

12

8. MAIN PURPOSE OF VISIT (%), 2011

SOUTHEAST ASIA
MAIN PURPOSE

TOTAL

NORTH ASIA

INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

SOUTH ASIA
JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

Holiday

38

40

24

39

31

45

27

40

38

32

48

Business

22

14

32

16

29

22

38

36

41

35

20

Visit Friends/Relatives

14

18

17

26

19

15

12

11

MICE

Education

Others

12

15

10

11

11

Not Stated

10

11

11

10

10

21

11

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

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STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
7. MAIN PURPOSE OF VISIT (%), 2010

EUROPE
MAIN PURPOSE

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

Holiday

41

53

42

41

44

46

52

27

39

32

45

Business

18

17

21

28

20

18

44

14

16

15

Visit Friends/Relatives

15

10

12

17

10

11

MICE

Education

Others

18

17

14

10

14

19

10

25

33

10

Not Stated

15

10

13

15

11

20

8 MAIN PURPOSE OF VISIT (%), 2011

EUROPE
MAIN PURPOSE

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

Holiday

40

52

32

41

48

42

52

29

39

39

41

Business

14

17

30

18

22

15

14

34

11

24

Visit Friends/Relatives

13

11

10

12

21

11

MICE

Education

Others

18

16

19

20

13

24

16

30

34

15

Not Stated

11

11

11

12

10

12

16

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

44

VISITOR PROFILE

9. ACCOMMODATION (%), 2010

SOUTHEAST ASIA
1

TYPE OF ACCOMMODATION

NORTH ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

TOTAL
INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

Hotel

59

44

51

35

69

63

70

80

75

66

59

Residence Of Friends/ Relatives

24

34

32

51

21

26

14

11

24

Others

17

22

18

13

10

11

16

13

14

25

17

10. ACCOMMODATION (%), 2011

SOUTHEAST ASIA
1

TYPE OF ACCOMMODATION

NORTH ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

TOTAL
INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

Hotel

63

50

57

49

62

72

68

74

77

63

66

Residence Of Friends/ Relatives

20

28

27

35

26

18

17

12

11

18

Others

17

22

16

16

12

10

16

13

12

27

16

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

45

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
9. ACCOMMODATION (%), 2010

EUROPE

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

TYPE OF ACCOMMODATION

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

Hotel

54

69

66

58

70

65

37

71

68

66

58

Residence Of Friends/ Relatives

26

14

10

18

10

20

37

17

17

17

21

Others

20

17

24

25

20

14

26

13

15

17

21

10. ACCOMMODATION (%), 2011

EUROPE

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

TYPE OF ACCOMMODATION

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

Hotel

56

67

72

60

70

67

48

67

70

66

71

Residence Of Friends/ Relatives

26

15

19

11

20

33

20

15

18

Others

19

17

22

21

19

13

18

13

15

16

20

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

46

VISITOR PROFILE

11. FREQUENCY OF VISIT (%), 2010

SOUTHEAST ASIA
1

FREQUENCY OF VISIT

NORTH ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

TOTAL
INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

First Visit

29

12

44

19

45

29

24

33

36

50

Repeat Visit

61

79

82

47

73

50

61

67

58

47

39

Not Stated

10

12

10

10

17

12

12. FREQUENCY OF VISIT (%), 2011

SOUTHEAST ASIA
1

FREQUENCY OF VISIT

NORTH ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

TOTAL
INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

First Visit

31

16

39

23

52

24

25

35

37

48

Repeat Visit

59

75

83

52

71

43

65

65

55

42

41

Not Stated

10

11

11

10

10

21

11

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

47

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
11. FREQUENCY OF VISIT (%), 2010

EUROPE

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

FREQUENCY OF VISIT

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

First Visit

43

46

46

44

34

40

41

35

24

24

39

Repeat Visit

49

49

38

46

53

54

45

59

66

67

42

Not Stated

15

10

13

15

11

20

12. FREQUENCY OF VISIT (%), 2011

EUROPE

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

FREQUENCY OF VISIT

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

First Visit

43

50

45

38

34

36

45

39

26

28

40

Repeat Visit

46

46

44

51

55

59

47

55

64

61

44

Not Stated

11

11

11

12

10

12

16

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

48

VISITOR PROFILE

13. TRAVELLING COMPANIONS (%), 2010

TRAVELLING COMPANIONS

Alone

TOTAL

SOUTHEAST ASIA
PHILI
PPINES

INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

44

39

63

NORTH ASIA
HONG
JAPAN
KONG

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

38

55

37

47

49

SOUTH ASIA
SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

61

49

30

Amongst Those Who


Didnt Travel Alone:
Spouse

45

42

37

30

28

29

23

48

32

28

67

Friends

14

17

11

22

16

11

11

23

15

Children Aged 19 Years And Below

16

19

14

14

11

16

20

12

12

31

Business Associates / Colleagues

13

26

10

27

19

38

16

29

36

Parents/ Parents-In-Law

12

20

16

13

18

14

Siblings

11

12

10

Relatives

12

20

10

Partner/ Boyfriend/ Girlfriend

Children Aged Above 19 Years

(Family=Self With Spouse/


Children/Parents/Siblings/
Relatives)

2.7

3.0

2.7

3.2

2.8

2.4

2.6

3.0

2.5

2.6

3.2

Average Party Size (Persons)

3.6

3.0

2.1

2.6

3.9

6.2

4.2

3.2

12.2

3.7

3.9

Average Family Size (Persons)

14. TRAVELLING COMPANIONS (%), 2011

SOUTHEAST ASIA
1

TRAVELLING COMPANIONS

TOTAL

NORTH ASIA

INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

41

39

59

41

62

26

51

47

53

42

32

Spouse

46

43

40

32

26

37

36

49

38

38

64

Friends

14

16

12

17

21

14

12

13

22

16

Children Aged 19 Years And Below

15

20

17

17

13

10

12

20

11

29

Alone

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

SOUTH ASIA

PHILI
PPINES

JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

Amongst Those Who


Didnt Travel Alone:

Business Associates / Colleagues

11

15

13

21

17

30

12

20

24

10

Parents/ Parents-In-Law

13

20

16

16

13

14

15

Siblings

11

12

14

10

Relatives

10

10

12

10

Partner/ Boyfriend/ Girlfriend

Children Aged Above 19 Years

(Family=Self With Spouse/


Children/Parents/Siblings/
Relatives)

2.8

2.9

2.8

3.1

2.7

3.5

2.6

3.0

2.4

2.5

3.0

Average Party Size (Persons)

3.5

3.3

1.9

2.8

3.2

7.4

3.3

2.3

2.6

4.1

4.2

Average Family Size (Persons)

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

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STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
13. TRAVELLING COMPANIONS (%), 2010

EUROPE
1

TRAVELLING COMPANIONS

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

42

39

45

48

43

36

35

58

38

44

37

Spouse

59

67

65

57

61

68

58

47

63

68

73

Friends

16

13

11

24

17

11

15

16

11

11

Children Aged 19 Years And Below

12

14

14

12

10

13

17

Business Associates / Colleagues

18

Parents/ Parents-In-Law

10

10

Alone
Amongst Those Who
Didnt Travel Alone:

Siblings

Relatives

Partner/ Boyfriend/ Girlfriend

15

19

10

27

11

Children Aged Above 19 Years

(Family=Self With Spouse/


Children/Parents/Siblings/
Relatives)

2.5

2.2

2.5

2.0

2.3

2.2

2.5

2.6

2.4

2.3

2.3

Average Party Size (Persons)

2.4

1.9

1.8

2.0

1.8

1.8

2.4

2.1

2.2

2.4

1.9

Average Family Size (Persons)

14. TRAVELLING COMPANIONS (%), 2011

EUROPE
1

TRAVELLING COMPANIONS

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

39

35

44

39

38

37

45

54

32

24

32

54

63

58

52

51

65

70

53

67

72

61

Friends

18

13

16

18

11

13

Children Aged 19 Years And Below

16

11

13

17

13

Alone
Amongst Those Who
Didnt Travel Alone:
Spouse

Business Associates / Colleagues

10

15

16

Parents/ Parents-In-Law

Siblings

Relatives

Partner/ Boyfriend/ Girlfriend

14

14

15

22

18

12

12

Children Aged Above 19 Years

(Family=Self With Spouse/


Children/Parents/Siblings/
Relatives)

2.4

2.2

2.1

2.3

2.4

2.3

2.2

2.4

2.4

2.4

2.4

Average Party Size (Persons)

1.9

1.9

1.7

1.7

2.0

2.3

1.7

2.0

2.1

2.2

2.7

Average Family Size (Persons)

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

50

VISITOR PROFILE

15. PAID-ACCESS ATTRACTIONS AND SITES VISITED (%), 2010

SOUTHEAST ASIA
1

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS / SITES

NORTH ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

TOTAL
INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

Sentosa

29

20

12

52

27

43

28

17

26

32

51

Integrated Resort (MBS/RWS) **

12

11

13

12

16

19

19

36

11

Singapore Flyer/Flight Experience

10

19

11

13

10

22

Night Safari

13

14

12

28

Singapore Zoological Gardens

15

14

Jurong Bird Park

14

13

21

National Orchid Gardens

Singapore Cable Car

16. PAID-ACCESS ATTRACTIONS AND SITES VISITED (%), 2011

SOUTHEAST ASIA
1

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS / SITES

NORTH ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

TOTAL
INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

Sentosa

31

23

15

50

26

49

30

27

28

35

53

Integrated Resort (MBS/RWS)**

24

21

21

41

30

25

34

36

25

24

32

Singapore Flyer/Flight Experience

10

12

10

21

Night Safari

17

27

Singapore Zoological Gardens

10

14

Jurong Bird Park

16

18

National Orchid Gardens

Singapore Cable Car

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


** Responses collected were for part of 2010.
* Less than 0.5%.

51

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
15. PAID-ACCESS ATTRACTIONS AND SITES VISITED (%), 2010

EUROPE

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS / SITES

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

Sentosa

25

26

29

27

23

24

36

18

23

18

36

Integrated Resort (MBS/RWS) **

11

12

10

11

12

Singapore Flyer/Flight Experience

12

15

10

13

14

16

20

11

11

11

21

Night Safari

10

12

10

Singapore Zoological Gardens

11

11

12

14

10

12

Jurong Bird Park

10

National Orchid Gardens

13

12

11

11

Singapore Cable Car

16. PAID-ACCESS ATTRACTIONS AND SITES VISITED (%), 2011


EUROPE

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS / SITES

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

Sentosa

24

28

20

24

28

22

29

18

24

27

43

Integrated Resort (MBS/RWS)**

19

19

19

21

15

17

22

19

23

24

32

Singapore Flyer/Flight Experience

10

17

12

13

12

15

10

12

17

Night Safari

10

10

10

15

Singapore Zoological Gardens

12

10

10

Jurong Bird Park

National Orchid Gardens

10

11

Singapore Cable Car

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


** Responses collected were for part of 2010.
* Less than 0.5%.

52

VISITOR PROFILE

17. FREE-ACCESS ATTRACTIONS AND SITES VISITED (%), 2010

SOUTHEAST ASIA
1

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS / SITES

TOTAL
INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

NORTH ASIA
THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

SOUTH ASIA
JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

Orchard Road

46

51

33

64

53

45

38

38

42

40

30

Chinatown

31

22

13

40

30

31

32

40

32

34

33

Little India

25

12

32

23

16

14

25

18

62

Singapore River (Boat Quay/ Clarke


Quay)

19

29

18

13

18

23

17

31

19

Merlion Park

18

10

32

18

30

21

17

30

22

24

Padang/Supreme Court/City Hall/


Raffles Hotel

11

19

14

17

Esplanade Theatres by the Bay

27

Singapore Botanic Gardens

11

10

11

Arab Street

10

18. FREE-ACCESS ATTRACTIONS AND SITES VISITED (%), 2011

SOUTHEAST ASIA
1

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS / SITES

TOTAL

NORTH ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

Orchard Road

45

50

35

56

53

46

36

39

42

46

34

Chinatown

30

21

14

28

28

38

30

39

36

34

26

Little India

23

16

21

14

12

15

13

19

23

59

Singapore River (Boat Quay/ Clarke


Quay)

19

19

15

24

14

17

17

32

16

Merlion Park

18

10

25

12

35

13

17

29

23

22

Padang/Supreme Court/City Hall/


Raffles Hotel

11

14

11

23

Esplanade Theatres by the Bay

16

Singapore Botanic Gardens

11

Arab Street

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

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STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
17. FREE-ACCESS ATTRACTIONS AND SITES VISITED (%), 2010

EUROPE

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS / SITES

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

Orchard Road

47

50

45

58

49

51

59

42

48

41

53

Chinatown

46

53

43

50

48

47

58

32

33

33

49

Little India

42

49

41

42

44

40

48

26

28

30

41

Singapore River (Boat Quay/ Clarke


Quay)

34

39

43

48

51

38

26

27

29

25

37

Merlion Park

18

20

30

19

17

19

28

13

13

14

22

Padang/Supreme Court/City Hall/


Raffles Hotel

26

24

23

24

28

27

19

14

18

27

23

Esplanade Theatres by the Bay

18

17

24

16

16

14

18

10

10

18

Singapore Botanic Gardens

11

14

19

11

20

19

12

11

25

Arab Street

20

19

11

17

18

13

23

10

13

15

18. FREE-ACCESS ATTRACTIONS AND SITES VISITED (%), 2011

EUROPE

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS / SITES

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

Orchard Road

46

44

45

42

51

43

55

42

40

48

51

Chinatown

44

50

36

42

43

40

48

32

31

38

48

Little India

39

44

39

38

35

31

37

26

26

33

47

Singapore River (Boat Quay/ Clarke


Quay)

37

44

35

34

50

34

38

29

24

31

40

Merlion Park

19

20

12

16

19

15

18

12

10

16

22

Padang/Supreme Court/City Hall/


Raffles Hotel

24

23

22

21

24

23

12

11

15

24

19

Esplanade Theatres by the Bay

19

18

11

14

19

12

13

10

12

13

Singapore Botanic Gardens

15

13

13

11

11

14

17

13

10

15

Arab Street

17

19

13

16

18

10

16

14

12

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

54

VISITOR PROFILE

19. SHOPPING ITEMS PURCHASED IN TERMS OF AMOUNT SPENT (%), 2010

SOUTHEAST ASIA
SHOPPING ITEMS

NORTH ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

TOTAL
INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

Fashion and Accessories

42

55

53

44

41

43

57

42

41

35

17

Consumer Tech

18

13

13

27

14

12

44

Cosmetics, Perfumes & Toiletries/


Healthcare & Wellness

13

12

13

Genuine Jewellery

14

Watches and Clocks

10

17

Souvenirs and Gifts

10

11

21

Confectionery and Food Items

11

14

25

13

14

Others

13

20. SHOPPING ITEMS PURCHASED IN TERMS OF AMOUNT SPENT (%), 2011

SOUTHEAST ASIA
SHOPPING ITEMS

NORTH ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

TOTAL
INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

Fashion and Accessories

42

50

53

43

45

36

56

35

40

40

23

Consumer Tech

17

18

16

20

21

40

Cosmetics, Perfumes & Toiletries/


Healthcare & Wellness

10

12

24

17

11

Genuine Jewellery

12

12

Watches and Clocks

16

Souvenirs and Gifts

16

11

Confectionery and Food Items

12

24

17

11

Others

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

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ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
19. SHOPPING ITEMS PURCHASED IN TERMS OF AMOUNT SPENT (%), 2010

EUROPE
SHOPPING ITEMS

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

Fashion and Accessories

45

47

38

47

65

44

42

41

44

40

34

Consumer Tech

13

20

26

27

18

11

17

27

23

Cosmetics, Perfumes & Toiletries/


Healthcare & Wellness

13

Genuine Jewellery

18

11

Watches and Clocks

28

11

Souvenirs and Gifts

16

15

10

13

14

10

10

Confectionery and Food Items

Others

20. SHOPPING ITEMS PURCHASED IN TERMS OF AMOUNT SPENT (%), 2011

EUROPE
SHOPPING ITEMS

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

Fashion and Accessories

40

49

29

43

49

36

42

44

42

34

38

Consumer Tech

29

25

35

17

21

19

12

16

31

38

Cosmetics, Perfumes & Toiletries/


Healthcare & Wellness

Genuine Jewellery

11

19

12

12

17

13

10

Watches and Clocks

Souvenirs and Gifts

12

11

14

10

10

14

20

Confectionery and Food Items

Others

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

56

VISITOR PROFILE

21. SHOPPING ITEMS PURCHASED IN TERMS OF POPULARITY (%), 2010

SOUTHEAST ASIA
SHOPPING ITEMS

NORTH ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

TOTAL
INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

Fashion and Accessories

54

65

51

65

55

40

47

37

34

44

45

Confectionery and Food Items

32

37

38

31

46

34

37

65

38

51

32

Souvenirs and Gifts

23

14

13

29

21

19

30

28

38

29

23

Cosmetics, Perfumes & Toiletries/


Healthcare & Wellness

32

37

38

31

46

34

37

65

38

51

32

Consumer Tech

15

10

12

18

14

12

30

Genuine Jewellery

Watches and Clocks

10

Others

15

13

19

18

30

13

13

11

21

13

22. SHOPPING ITEMS PURCHASED IN TERMS OF POPULARITY (%), 2011

SOUTHEAST ASIA
SHOPPING ITEMS

NORTH ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

TOTAL
INDONESIA

MALAYSIA

PHILI
PPINES

THAILAND

CHINA

TAIWAN

HONG
KONG

JAPAN

SOUTH
KOREA

INDIA

Fashion and Accessories

53

63

52

58

53

41

44

35

37

51

38

Confectionery and Food Items

35

39

36

28

40

32

43

67

51

51

34

Souvenirs and Gifts

25

16

12

32

15

28

29

27

32

35

26

Cosmetics, Perfumes & Toiletries/


Healthcare & Wellness

22

39

36

28

40

32

43

67

51

51

34

Consumer Tech

18

14

16

17

16

14

10

21

31

Genuine Jewellery

Watches and Clocks

Others

15

13

14

15

25

11

11

10

23

14

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

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ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
21. SHOPPING ITEMS PURCHASED IN TERMS OF POPULARITY (%), 2010

EUROPE
SHOPPING ITEMS

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

Fashion and Accessories

53

67

54

57

72

56

48

57

61

64

71

Confectionery and Food Items

17

11

13

14

10

16

14

16

Souvenirs and Gifts

39

35

34

24

35

34

34

32

30

28

37

Cosmetics, Perfumes & Toiletries/


Healthcare & Wellness

17

11

13

14

10

16

14

16

Consumer Tech

15

22

19

20

14

16

12

20

31

32

Genuine Jewellery

Watches and Clocks

Others

16

10

12

12

14

13

22. SHOPPING ITEMS PURCHASED IN TERMS OF POPULARITY (%), 2011

EUROPE
SHOPPING ITEMS

AMERICAS

OCEANIA

AFRICA

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

NETHER
LANDS

SWITZER
LAND

UK

CANADA

USA

AUSTRALIA

NEW
ZEALAND

SOUTH
AFRICA

Fashion and Accessories

56

66

64

65

64

55

53

49

62

61

71

Confectionery and Food Items

18

19

28

18

26

21

23

15

18

14

16

Souvenirs and Gifts

31

30

46

30

23

30

33

35

28

28

31

Cosmetics, Perfumes & Toiletries/


Healthcare & Wellness

12

10

18

21

19

15

20

10

18

14

16

Consumer Tech

27

27

29

24

35

19

16

14

20

31

38

Genuine Jewellery

Watches and Clocks

Others

18

13

10

16

13

10

16

12

1 Figures exclude FORMULA 1 visitors profile.


* Less than 0.5%.

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TOURISM RECEIPTS

TOURISM RECEIPTS

1. Methodology
Data on tourism receipts are obtained mainly from the Overseas Visitors Survey, as well as
data from Department of Statistics and Customs Excise Department. The annual survey
covers a sample of about 26,000 visitors departing Singapore via air, sea and land checkpoints. Face-to-face interviews are conducted with visitors at the departure points throughout
the year.
The sample is selected based on a quarterly quota, which is set according to the actual
visitor arrival statistics from the same quarter of the previous year. In addition, the data
collected are weighted by country of residence, age group and length of stay, based on
actual visitor arrival statistics compiled from the D/E cards. This ensures that the profile of
visitors surveyed resembles the distribution of visitor arrivals in the total population.
Figures for 2007-2009 have been revised from previous publications based on this updated
methodology which allows for a more regular and timely representation of tourism receipts.
2. Definitions
Tourism Receipts comprise any expenditure incurred by visitors (including transit passengers,
foreign air/sea crew and foreign students) during their stay in Singapore as well as the amount
they prepaid on components such as accommodation and sightseeing tours before arrival.
Per capita expenditure refers to per person per trip expenditure.

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TOURISM RECEIPTS

Table 23

Annual Tourism Receipts by Major Items, 2007-2011..............61

Table 24

Annual Tourism Receipts by Country of Residence, 2007-2011............62

Table 25

Annual Tourism Receipts by Country of Residence and Major Items, 2010...63

Table 26

Annual Tourism Receipts by Country of Residence and Major Items, 2011...65

Table 27

Annual Tourism Receipts Per Capita by Major Items, 2007-2011..67

Table 28

Annual Tourism Receipts Per Capita by Country of Residence, 2007-2011...68

Table 29

Annual Tourism Receipts Per Capita by Country of Residence


and Major Items, 2010.......69

Table 30

Annual Tourism Receipts Per Capita by Country of Residence


and Major Items, 2011.......70

Table 31

Annual Summary of Tourism Receipts, 2010......71

Table 32

Annual Summary of Tourism Receipts, 2011......72

Table 33

Annual Contribution of Tourism and Balance Payment, 2007 - 2011.......73

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23. ANNUAL TOURISM RECEIPTS BY MAJOR ITEMS, 2007 - 2011

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

TOURISM RECEIPTS (TR),


S$ MILLION

MAJOR ITEMS

TOTAL

14,772

15,475

12,642

18,931

22,277

Accommodation

3,289

3,608

2,839

3,623

4,390

Food & Beverage

1,664

1,848

1,512

1,903

2,239

Shopping

4,073

3,982

3,377

3,971

4,489

Sightseeing & Entertainment1

144

177

201

4,013

5,391

Local Transport

647

751

624

700

779

Medical

1,283

1,165

777

856

980

Other2

3,672

3,945

3,311

3,866

4,010

1 Sightseeing & entertainment includes gaming expenditure from 2010 onwards.


2 Other TR components include expenditure on airfares, port taxes, local transportation, business, medical, education and transit visitors.

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ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
24. ANNUAL TOURISM RECEIPTS BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE, 2007 - 2011

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE

S$ MILLION

TOTAL1

% CHG

S$ MILLION

% CHG

S$ MILLION

% CHG

S$ MILLION

% CHG

S$ MILLION

% CHG

14,628

19

15,298

12,441

-19

14,918

20

16,887

13

AMERICAS

831

22

783

-6

649

-17

772

19

764

-1

Canada

140

61

110

-21

76

-31

75

-1

84

12

USA

634

14

622

-2

525

-16

647

23

618

-4

5,058

22

5,531

4,510

-18

5,335

18

6,095

14

2,681

21

2,694

2,107

-22

2,604

24

2,853

10

Malaysia

664

26

653

-2

667

767

15

893

17

Philippines

583

39

779

34

556

-29

628

13

840

34

Thailand

507

16

545

458

-16

549

20

570

NORTH ASIA

3,085

11

3,133

2,706

-14

3,400

26

4,171

23

P R China

1,275

16

1,417

11

1,344

-5

1,644

22

2,110

28

Taiwan

220

-4

201

-9

163

-19

210

29

251

20

Hong Kong

391

19

387

-1

337

-13

500

48

534

Japan

670

-8

652

-3

521

-20

609

17

796

31

South Korea

508

37

457

-10

325

-29

387

19

444

15

1,485

20

1,532

1,144

-25

1,370

20

1,549

13

India

1,056

24

1,058

768

-27

911

19

1,103

21

EUROPE

1,719

22

1,913

11

1,474

-23

1,622

10

1,687

France

122

14

162

33

118

-27

130

10

145

11

Germany

201

19

221

10

185

-16

213

15

222

Italy

52

20

63

21

50

-21

56

12

60

Netherlands

91

25

104

14

78

-25

95

22

84

-11

Switzerland

91

27

92

81

-12

100

24

108

658

21

685

518

-24

542

538

-1

1,125

19

1,189

1,029

-13

1,141

11

1,251

10

Australia

954

20

1,024

905

-12

1,002

11

1,095

New Zealand

152

13

148

-3

109

-27

120

11

135

12

157

24

147

-6

115

-22

115

107

-7

64

18

63

-2

47

-26

49

53

SOUTHEAST ASIA
Indonesia

SOUTH ASIA

UK
OCEANIA

AFRICA
South Africa

1 Sightseeing & entertainment expenditure has been excluded from tourism receipts in the country breakdown due to commercial sensitivity of information.

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25. ANNUAL TOURISM RECEIPTS BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE AND MAJOR ITEMS, 2010

MAJOR ITEMS

ACCOMMODATION

FOOD &
BEVERAGE

COUNTRY
OF RESIDENCE

TOTAL

LOCAL
TRANSPORT

SHOPPING

MEDICAL

OTHERS

TOTAL

S$

3,623

1,903

3,971

700

856

3,866

14,918

AMERICAS

286

145

103

42

194

772

Canada

18

10

21

23

75

USA

256

128

72

35

153

647

1,175

618

1,507

253

573

1,209

5,335

Indonesia

384

223

779

100

493

626

2,604

Malaysia

176

92

220

40

33

206

767

Philippines

201

108

148

40

122

628

Thailand

196

92

120

30

107

549

NORTH ASIA

889

380

1,096

127

901

3,400

P R China

311

144

792

46

350

1,644

Taiwan

71

32

52

11

43

210

Hong Kong

174

79

72

24

150

500

Japan

186

68

103

25

228

609

South Korea

133

51

62

18

124

387

310

176

407

84

79

315

1,370

India

221

127

253

60

245

911

EUROPE

469

248

264

74

565

1,622

France

36

20

17

51

130

Germany

63

31

28

10

81

213

Italy

16

11

19

56

Netherlands

31

16

10

32

95

Switzerland

25

13

13

45

100

UK

164

84

65

25

204

542

271

140

218

46

465

1,141

Australia

243

127

192

42

396

1,002

New Zealand

23

11

18

65

120

27

13

35

33

115

10

24

49

SOUTHEAST ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

OCEANIA

AFRICA
South Africa

1 Sightseeing & entertainment expenditure has been excluded from tourism receipts in the country breakdown due to commercial sensitivity of information.
2 Other TR components include expenditure on airfares, port taxes, local transportation, business, medical, education and transit visitors.

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ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
25. ANNUAL TOURISM RECEIPTS BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE AND MAJOR ITEMS, 2010

MAJOR ITEMS

ACCOMMODATION

FOOD &
BEVERAGE

COUNTRY
OF RESIDENCE

SHOPPING

LOCAL
TRANSPORT

MEDICAL

OTHERS

TOTAL

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION

TOTAL

24

13

27

26

100

AMERICAS

37

19

13

25

100

Canada

24

14

27

30

100

USA

40

20

11

24

100

22

12

28

11

23

100

Indonesia

15

30

19

24

100

Malaysia

23

12

29

27

100

Philippines

32

17

24

19

100

Thailand

36

17

22

19

100

NORTH ASIA

26

11

32

27

100

P R China

19

48

21

100

Taiwan

34

15

25

20

100

Hong Kong

35

16

14

30

100

Japan

30

11

17

37

100

South Korea

34

13

16

32

100

23

13

30

23

100

India

24

14

28

27

100

EUROPE

29

15

16

35

100

France

27

16

13

39

100

Germany

30

15

13

38

100

Italy

29

13

19

35

100

Netherlands

32

17

11

34

100

Switzerland

25

13

13

45

100

UK

30

15

12

38

100

24

12

19

41

100

Australia

24

13

19

40

100

New Zealand

19

15

54

100

24

11

30

29

100

18

10

20

48

100

SOUTHEAST ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

OCEANIA

AFRICA
South Africa

1 Sightseeing & entertainment expenditure has been excluded from tourism receipts in the country breakdown due to commercial sensitivity of information.
2 Other TR components include expenditure on airfares, port taxes, local transportation, business, medical, education and transit visitors.

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26. ANNUAL TOURISM RECEIPTS BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE AND MAJOR ITEMS, 2011

MAJOR ITEMS

ACCOMMODATION

FOOD &
BEVERAGE

SHOPPING

COUNTRY
OF RESIDENCE

TOTAL

LOCAL
TRANSPORT

MEDICAL

OTHERS

TOTAL

S$ MILLION

4,390

2,239

4,489

779

980

4,010

16,887

AMERICAS

290

141

96

39

197

764

Canada

21

14

18

26

84

USA

251

118

66

32

149

618

1,445

713

1,716

290

721

1,210

6,095

Indonesia

467

259

855

115

531

626

2,853

Malaysia

219

98

262

42

68

205

893

Philippines

291

152

200

52

15

130

840

Thailand

202

87

138

33

104

570

NORTH ASIA

1,045

479

1,438

149

1,054

4,171

P R China

374

166

1,071

55

444

2,110

Taiwan

84

40

60

14

52

251

Hong Kong

183

97

88

23

137

534

Japan

246

100

133

31

285

796

South Korea

149

69

74

23

129

444

474

225

353

98

72

327

1,549

India

369

164

243

69

256

1,103

EUROPE

527

298

275

74

512

1,687

France

50

23

20

45

145

Germany

67

42

28

10

76

222

Italy

19

11

20

60

Netherlands

24

15

14

27

84

Switzerland

29

16

17

42

108

UK

176

92

63

24

183

538

320

168

220

48

487

1,251

Australia

290

152

188

43

415

1,095

New Zealand

26

13

23

68

135

29

14

29

29

107

13

12

21

53

SOUTHEAST ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

OCEANIA

AFRICA
South Africa

1 Sightseeing & entertainment expenditure has been excluded from tourism receipts in the country breakdown due to commercial sensitivity of information.
2 Other TR components include expenditure on airfares, port taxes, local transportation, business, medical, education and transit visitors.

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26.
26.ANNUAL
ANNUALTOURISM
TOURISMRECEIPTS
RECEIPTSBY
OFCOUNTRY
VISITORS OF
BY RESIDENCE
MAJOR ITEMS,
AND2011
MAJOR ITEMS, 2011

MAJOR ITEMS

ACCOMMODATION

FOOD &
BEVERAGE

COUNTRY
OF RESIDENCE

SHOPPING

LOCAL
TRANSPORT

MEDICAL

OTHERS

TOTAL

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION

TOTAL

26

13

27

24

100

AMERICAS

38

18

13

26

100

Canada

25

17

21

30

100

USA

41

19

11

24

100

24

12

28

12

20

100

Indonesia

16

30

19

22

100

Malaysia

25

11

29

23

100

Philippines

35

18

24

15

100

Thailand

35

15

24

18

100

NORTH ASIA

25

11

34

25

100

P R China

18

51

21

100

Taiwan

34

16

24

21

100

Hong Kong

34

18

17

26

100

Japan

31

13

17

36

100

South Korea

34

16

17

29

100

31

14

23

21

100

India

33

15

22

23

100

EUROPE

31

18

16

30

100

France

34

16

14

31

100

Germany

30

19

13

34

100

Italy

32

18

13

32

100

Netherlands

29

18

16

32

100

Switzerland

27

15

16

39

100

UK

33

17

12

34

100

26

13

18

39

100

Australia

26

14

17

38

100

New Zealand

19

10

17

51

100

27

13

27

27

100

24

13

22

38

100

SOUTHEAST ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

OCEANIA

AFRICA
South Africa

1 Sightseeing & entertainment expenditure has been excluded from tourism receipts in the country breakdown due to commercial sensitivity of information.
2 Other TR components include expenditure on airfares, port taxes, local transportation, business, medical, education and transit visitors.

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27. ANNUAL TOURISM RECEIPTS PER CAPITA BY MAJOR ITEMS, 2007 - 2011

2007

2008

MAJOR ITEMS

TOTAL

2009

2010

2011

TOURISM RECEIPTS PER CAPITA (S$)

1,436

1,530

1,306

1,626

1,691

Accommodation

320

357

293

311

333

Food & Beverage

162

183

156

163

170

Shopping

396

394

349

341

341

Sightseeing & Entertainment1 *

14

17

21

345

409

Local Transport

63

74

64

60

59

Medical

125

115

80

74

74

Other2

357

390

342

332

304

1 Sightseeing & entertainment includes gaming expenditure from 2010 onwards.


2 Other TR components include expenditure on airfares, port taxes, local transportation, business, medical, education and transit visitors.

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28. ANNUAL TOURISM RECEIPTS PER CAPITA BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE, 2007 - 2011

2007
COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE

2008

2009

2010

2011

S$

% CHG

S$

% CHG

S$

% CHG

S$

% CHG

S$

% CHG

TOTAL1

1,422

13

1,512

1,285

-15

1,281

1,282

AMERICAS

1,586

19

1,549

-2

1,387

-11

1,472

1,356

-8

Canada

1,613

55

1,374

-15

1,088

-21

1,004

-8

1,015

USA

1,551

11

1,569

1,416

-10

1,550

1,403

-9

1,358

17

1,549

14

1,224

-21

1,106

-10

1,126

Indonesia

1,367

19

1,526

12

1,207

-21

1,129

-6

1,101

-3

Malaysia

1,029

24

1,008

-2

873

-13

739

-15

783

Philippines

1,391

28

1,860

34

1,288

-31

1,153

-10

1,239

Thailand

1,435

17

1,631

14

1,440

-12

1,276

-11

1,206

-6

NORTH ASIA

1,143

1,233

1,251

1,276

1,234

-3

P R China

1,144

1,314

15

1,435

1,403

-2

1,338

-5

Taiwan

1,059

1,143

1,037

-9

1,100

1,054

-4

Hong Kong

1,293

15

1,393

1,145

-18

1,290

13

1,149

-11

Japan

1,127

-8

1,141

1,064

-7

1,152

1,212

South Korea

1,094

34

1,081

-1

1,194

10

1,073

-10

1,070

1,557

1,521

-2

1,232

-19

1,309

1,420

India

1,411

1,360

-4

1,059

-22

1,099

1,270

16

EUROPE

1,358

16

1,447

1,127

-22

1,181

1,204

France

1,227

1,454

18

990

-32

997

1,034

Germany

1,221

17

1,259

1,009

-20

1,018

1,011

-1

Italy

1,349

10

1,468

1,068

-27

1,096

1,130

Netherlands

1,297

21

1,419

1,017

-28

1,237

22

1,037

-16

Switzerland

1,652

19

1,427

-14

1,274

-11

1,351

1,365

UK

1,327

19

1,390

1,104

-21

1,174

1,215

1,253

1,242

-1

1,098

-12

1,154

1,145

-1

Australia

1,241

1,229

-1

1,090

-11

1,138

1,146

New Zealand

1,304

16

1,338

1,159

-13

1,256

1,096

-13

1,590

14

1,626

1,499

-8

1,518

1,458

-4

1,519

1,576

1,365

-13

1,513

11

1,594

SOUTHEAST ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

OCEANIA

AFRICA
South Africa

1 Sightseeing & entertainment expenditure has been excluded from tourism receipts in the country breakdown due to commercial sensitivity of information.

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29. ANNUAL TOURISM RECEIPTS PER CAPITA BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE AND MAJOR ITEMS, 2010

MAJOR ITEMS

ACCOMMODATION

FOOD &
BEVERAGE

LOCAL
TRANSPORT

SHOPPING

COUNTRY
OF RESIDENCE

MEDICAL

OTHERS

TOTAL

S$

TOTAL

311

163

341

60

74

332

1,281

AMERICAS

546

276

197

79

370

1,472

Canada

236

137

275

50

305

1,004

USA

613

307

174

85

366

1,550

244

128

313

53

119

251

1,106

Indonesia

166

97

338

43

214

271

1,129

Malaysia

170

89

212

39

31

199

739

Philippines

370

199

271

73

15

224

1,153

Thailand

456

214

278

70

10

248

1,276

NORTH ASIA

334

143

411

48

338

1,276

P R China

266

123

676

39

299

1,403

Taiwan

371

166

270

60

224

1,100

Hong Kong

449

204

186

63

387

1,290

Japan

351

129

194

46

432

1,152

South Korea

369

141

171

49

343

1,073

296

168

389

80

76

301

1,309

India

266

154

305

72

295

1,099

EUROPE

342

181

192

54

411

1,181

France

274

155

127

50

391

997

Germany

300

150

133

46

387

1,018

Italy

315

137

212

50

382

1,096

Netherlands

402

212

133

76

415

1,237

Switzerland

337

176

180

48

610

1,351

UK

356

182

140

53

443

1,174

274

141

220

47

470

1,154

Australia

276

144

219

48

450

1,138

New Zealand

236

114

189

38

679

1,256

357

166

462

72

21

440

1,518

265

158

309

53

727

1,513

SOUTHEAST ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

OCEANIA

AFRICA
South Africa

1 Sightseeing & entertainment expenditure has been excluded from tourism receipts in the country breakdown due to commercial sensitivity of information.
2 Other TR components include expenditure on airfares, port taxes, local transportation, business, medical, education and transit visitors.

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30. ANNUAL TOURISM RECEIPTS PER CAPITA BY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE AND MAJOR ITEMS, 2011

MAJOR ITEMS

ACCOMMODATION

FOOD &
BEVERAGE

LOCAL
TRANSPORT

SHOPPING

COUNTRY
OF RESIDENCE

MEDICAL

OTHERS

TOTAL

S$

TOTAL

333

170

341

59

74

304

1,282

AMERICAS

515

250

170

68

349

1,356

Canada

258

173

217

58

309

1,015

USA

570

268

149

72

339

1,403

267

132

317

54

133

224

1,126

Indonesia

180

100

330

44

205

241

1,101

Malaysia

192

86

230

37

60

179

783

Philippines

430

224

295

77

22

192

1,239

Thailand

428

184

293

70

11

220

1,206

NORTH ASIA

309

142

426

44

312

1,234

P R China

237

106

679

35

282

1,338

Taiwan

354

169

253

60

219

1,054

Hong Kong

394

209

190

50

10

296

1,149

Japan

375

153

202

47

434

1,212

South Korea

359

167

177

56

311

1,070

434

206

324

90

66

300

1,420

India

425

189

280

80

295

1,270

EUROPE

376

213

197

53

365

1,204

France

354

167

140

49

323

1,034

Germany

302

190

129

44

346

1,011

Italy

360

200

147

58

365

1,130

Netherlands

297

191

167

50

332

1,037

Switzerland

371

205

213

46

530

1,365

UK

397

207

142

54

414

1,215

293

154

201

44

446

1,145

Australia

303

159

197

45

435

1,146

New Zealand

209

108

189

35

555

1,096

397

193

392

72

16

389

1,458

378

201

345

57

613

1,594

SOUTHEAST ASIA

SOUTH ASIA

OCEANIA

AFRICA
South Africa

1 Sightseeing & entertainment expenditure has been excluded from tourism receipts in the country breakdown due to commercial sensitivity of information.
2 Other TR components include expenditure on airfares, port taxes, local transportation, business, medical, education and transit visitors.

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VISITOR
ARRIVALS

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE
NO.

AVERAGE LENGTH OF STAY

% CHG

DAYS

% CHG

TOURISM RECEIPTS
PER CAPITA
S$

% CHG

TOURISM RECEIPTS (TR)

S$
MILLION

% CHG

100

20

TOTAL TR1

11,641,701

20

3.86

-3

1,281

14,918

AMERICAS

524,846

12

4.19

1,472

772

19

Canada

75,142

4.28

1,004

-8

75

-1

417,195

13

4.11

1,550

647

23

4,821,753

31

4.02

-9

1,106

-10

5,335

36

18

Indonesia

2,306,243

32

3.35

-4

1,129

-6

2,604

17

24

Malaysia

1,037,489

36

2.19

739

-15

767

15

Philippines

544,449

26

7.80

-9

1,153

-10

628

13

Thailand

430,067

35

4.68

-17

1,276

-11

549

20

2,664,002

23

3.26

-2

1,276

3,400

23

26

1,171,493

25

3.72

-7

1,403

-2

1,644

11

22

Taiwan

191,186

22

3.53

1,100

210

29

Hong Kong

387,579

32

3.10

1,290

13

500

48

Japan

528,951

2.47

1,152

609

17

South Korea

360,703

33

2.91

-9

1,073

-10

387

19

1,046,307

13

5.97

1,309

1,370

20

828,994

14

5.92

1,099

911

19

EUROPE

1,373,528

3.50

1,181

1,622

11

10

France

130,461

3.23

997

130

10

Germany

209,263

14

3.16

1,018

213

15

Italy

51,086

3.13

1,096

56

12

Netherlands

76,520

3.59

1,237

22

95

22

Switzerland

74,376

17

3.05

1,351

100

24

461,769

-2

3.69

1,174

542

989,115

2.89

1,154

1,141

11

880,558

2.89

1,138

1,002

11

95,790

2.73

1,256

120

11

75,540

-1

4.12

1,518

115

32,430

-6

3.27

10

1,513

11

49

USA
SOUTHEAST ASIA

NORTH ASIA
P R China

SOUTH ASIA
India

UK
OCEANIA
Australia
New Zealand
AFRICA
South Africa

1 Sightseeing & entertainment expenditure has been excluded from tourism receipts in the country breakdown due to commercial sensitivity of information.

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32. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF TOURISM RECEIPTS, 2011

VISITOR
ARRIVALS

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE
NO.

AVERAGE LENGTH OF STAY

% CHG

DAYS

% CHG

TOURISM RECEIPTS
PER CAPITA
S$

% CHG

TOURISM RECEIPTS (TR)

S$
MILLION

% CHG

100

13

TOTAL TR1

13,171,303

13

3.73

-3

1,282

16,887

AMERICAS

563,742

4.18

1,356

-8

764

-1

Canada

82,932

10

4.29

1,015

84

12

440,576

4.14

1,403

-9

618

-4

5,414,250

12

3.85

-4

1,126

6,095

36

14

Indonesia

2,592,222

12

3.23

-4

1,101

-3

2,853

17

10

Malaysia

1,140,935

10

2.12

-3

783

893

17

Philippines

677,723

24

6.66

-15

1,239

840

34

Thailand

472,708

10

4.52

-4

1,206

-6

570

3,379,363

27

3.07

-6

1,234

-3

4,171

25

23

1,577,522

35

3.30

-11

1,338

-5

2,110

12

28

Taiwan

238,488

25

3.32

-6

1,054

-4

251

20

Hong Kong

464,375

20

3.04

-2

1,149

-11

534

Japan

656,417

24

2.55

1,212

796

31

South Korea

414,879

15

2.80

-4

1,070

444

15

1,091,215

6.04

1,420

1,549

13

868,991

6.03

1,270

16

1,103

21

EUROPE

1,401,502

3.58

1,204

1,687

10

France

140,299

3.47

1,034

145

11

Germany

219,952

3.12

-1

1,011

-1

222

Italy

53,520

3.23

1,130

60

Netherlands

81,090

3.60

1,037

-16

84

-11

Switzerland

79,023

3.02

-1

1,365

108

442,611

-4

3.88

1,215

538

-1

1,093,415

11

2.94

1,145

-1

1,251

10

Australia

956,039

2.97

1,146

1,095

New Zealand

122,995

28

2.64

-3

1,096

-13

135

12

73,390

-3

4.13

1,458

-4

107

-7

33,506

3.30

1,594

53

USA
SOUTHEAST ASIA

NORTH ASIA
P R China

SOUTH ASIA
India

UK
OCEANIA

AFRICA
South Africa

1 Sightseeing & entertainment expenditure has been excluded from tourism receipts in the country breakdown due to commercial sensitivity of information.

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33. ANNUAL CONTRIBUTION OF TOURISM AND BALANCE OF PAYMENT, 2007 - 2011

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

S$ MILLION

267,630

268,772

270,013

310,037

326,832

EXPORT OF GOODS AND SERVICES

582,630

626,663

536,124

642,305

682,917

Goods

471,332

502,067

419,493

505,937

540,049

Services

111,298

124,596

116,631

136,368

142,868

IMPORT OF GOODS AND SERVICES

500,465

571,496

472,005

554,187

595,757

Goods

385,333

443,119

350,738

419,904

455,209

Services

115,131

128,377

121,268

134,284

140,548

NET GOODS AND SERVICES

82,165

55,167

64,118

88,118

87,160

Trade Balance

85,999

58,948

68,755

86,034

84,841

Balance Of Services

-3,834

-3,781

-4,637

2,084

2,320

TOURISM RECEIPTS

14,772

15,475

12,642

18,931

22,277

As % Of Services Exports

13.3

12.4

10.8

13.9

15.6

As % Of Total Exports Of Goods & Services

2.5

2.5

2.4

2.9

3.3

% Change

19.2

4.8

-18.3

49.7

17.7

GDP AT CURRENT PRICES

Source: STB
Department of Statistics (DOS).

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HOTEL STATISTICS

1.

Source of Information

Based on Monthly Return of Tourist Hotel on Room Lettings and Food & Beverage Sales Turnover.
2.

Definitions

CESS is an imposition of tax on certain types of hotel and food and beverage establishments which
have been gazetted under the Singapore Tourism (Cess Collection) Act Cap. 305C. With effect
from 1 July 2007 the cess rate has been reduced to 0% .
Maximum room-nights :
Room-nights calculated based on total hotel room inventory for all gazetted hotels.
Paid lettings :
Refers to room lettings paid for by hotel guests.
Available room-nights :
Maximum room-nights room-nights under renovation, for staff use, others.
Gross lettings (Room Nights) :
Adjusted paid letting + complimentary lettings.
Average Occupancy Rate (AOR) :
[Gross lettings (room-nights) / available room nights] x 100.
Average Room Rate (ARR) :
Total room revenue / gross lettings.
Revenue per available room (REVPAR) :
Standard Average Room Rate x Standard Average Occupancy Rate

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HOTEL STATISTICS

3.

Hotel Tier

The hotel tiering system is a reference system developed by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) to
categorise the different hotels in Singapore into tiers based on a combination of factors that include
average room rates, location and product characteristics.

At the beginning of each year, STB reviews the group of hotels in each tier to ensure that the tier
categorisation and the system as a whole remains relevant and updated. This allows a better
reflection of industry trends and developments in the hospitality sector.

The current hotel tiers published in this report are based on the hotels performance in the
respective preceding year. The response rate across the tiers may vary.

Luxury :
Includes hotels in the luxury segment and are predominantly in prime locations and/or in historical
buildings.

Upscale :
Includes hotels in the upscale segment and are generally in prime locations or hotels with boutique
positioning in prime or distinctive locations.

Mid-Tier :
Includes hotels in the mid-tier segment and are primarily located in prime commercial zones or
immediately outlying areas.

Economy :
Includes hotels in the budget segment and are generally located in outlying areas.

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HOTEL STATISTICS

Table 34

Annual and Monthly Standard Average Occupancy Rate of Gazetted Hotels (%),
2002 - 2011........77

Table 35

Annual Average Room Rate and Lettings of Gazetted Hotels, 2002 - 2011........78

Table 36

Gazetted Hotels by Room Size, 2010............79

Table 37

Gazetted Hotels by Room Size, 2011........79

Table 38

Gazetted Hotels by Hotel Tier, 2010..........80

Table 39

Gazetted Hotels by Hotel Tier, 2011..........80

Table 40

Annual and Monthly Room / Food & Beverage Revenue of Gazetted Hotels,
2002 - 2011....81

Table 41

Supply of Hotels and Hotel Rooms, 2002 - 2011 (as at 31 December 2011)...82

Table 42

Rooms Stock in Gazetted Hotels (as at 31 December 2010).................83

Table 43

Rooms Stock in Gazetted Hotels (as at 31 December 2011).................84

76

HOTEL

34. ANNUAL AND MONTHLY STANDARD AVERAGE OCCUPANCY RATE OF GAZETTED HOTELS (%),
2002 - 2011

YEAR
2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

OVERALL

74

67

81

84

85

87

81

76

85

86

January

71

71

69

78

77

87

85

66

81

82

February

74

75

81

77

84

83

79

75

80

84

March

78

71

80

85

88

91

87

73

89

87

April

77

35

80

82

83

85

83

70

86

86

May

73

34

79

83

81

86

81

68

87

85

June

74

56

83

88

86

87

82

76

89

89

July

76

71

85

89

91

91

85

79

90

93

August

73

74

81

85

87

90

80

78

83

84

September

73

74

83

86

82

85

74

77

81

86

October

75

76

82

84

87

89

82

82

86

87

November

75

79

85

88

92

88

80

85

88

90

December

74

76

81

82

85

82

73

80

83

84

MONTH

Source:
STBs survey on Return of Tourist Hotel on Room Lettings and Food & Beverage Sales Turnover as at 26 Dec 2012.
.

77

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
35. ANNUAL AVERAGE ROOM RATE AND LETTINGS OF GAZETTED HOTELS, 2002 - 2011

MAXIMUM ROOM
NIGHTS

PAID LETTINGS

AVAILABLE ROOM-NIGHTS

GROSS LETTINGS
(ROOM-NIGHTS)

STANDARD
AVERAGE
ROOM RATE

REVENUE
PER
AVAILABLE ROOM

YEAR
NO.

%CHG

NO.

%CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

S$

% CHG

S$

% CHG

2002

11,203,859

1.0

7,645,993

-2.0

10,441,728

0.6

7,773,302

-1.9

126.00

-5.6

93.80

-7.8

2003

10,971,980

-2.1

6,264,492

-18.1

9,570,916

-8.3

6,436,209

-17.2

115.50

-8.3

77.70

-17.2

2004

10,742,821

-2.1

8,113,418

29.5

10,246,042

7.1

8,260,585

28.3

121.70

5.4

98.20

26.4

2005

10,795,453

0.5

8,611,348

6.1

10,415,555

1.7

8,730,932

5.7

137.00

12.5

114.80

17.0

2006

10,886,490

0.8

8,868,394

3.0

10,509,394

0.9

8,958,813

2.6

164.40

20.0

140.10

22.0

2007

10,850,266

-0.3

9,072,353

2.3

10,511,692

0.0

9,146,919

2.1

201.70

22.7

175.50

25.3

2008

10,967,084

1.1

8,506,943

-6.2

10,588,535

0.7

8,573,872

-6.3

245.20

21.5

198.50

13.1

2009

11,337,645

3.4

8,146,929

-4.2

10,874,813

2.7

8,245,431

-3.8

189.10

-22.9

143.40

-27.8

2010

11,616,400

2.5

9,518,718

16.8

11,262,019

3.6

9,594,098

16.4

217.90

15.2

185.70

29.5

2011

12,667,952

9.1

10,616,963

11.5

12,377,895

9.9

10,693,722

11.5

247.10

13.4

213.50

15.0

Source:
STBs survey on Return of Tourist Hotel on Room Lettings and Food & Beverage Sales Turnover as at 26 Dec 2012.
.

78

HOTEL

36. GAZETTED HOTELS BY ROOM SIZE, 2010

ROOM

STANDARD
AVERAGE
OCCUPANCY RATE

STANDARD
AVERAGE
ROOM RATE

REVENUE
PER
AVAILABLE ROOM

SIZE
(%)

S$

% CHG

S$

% CHG

OVERALL

85

217.90

15.2

185.70

29.5

Small

82

151.90

16.8

124.30

47.9

Medium

86

203.50

17.0

175.10

30.5

Large

87

210.50

13.2

183.40

26.1

Very Large

83

260.20

11.3

215.90

21.3

37. GAZETTED HOTELS BY ROOM SIZE, 2011

HOTEL

STANDARD
AVERAGE
OCCUPANCY RATE

STANDARD
AVERAGE
ROOM RATE

REVENUE
PER
AVAILABLE ROOM

SIZE
(%)

S$

% CHG

S$

% CHG

OVERALL

86

247.10

13.4

213.50

15.0

Small

81

187.30

23.3

151.60

21.9

Medium

86

218.50

7.4

188.20

7.5

Large

87

240.80

14.4

210.20

14.6

Very Large

87

294.90

13.3

256.80

19.0

Notes:
1) Hotel room size is based on actual room inventory obtained from STBs survey returns.
Small:
Hotels with less than 201 rooms
Medium: Hotels with 201-400 rooms
2) Source:
STBs survey on Return of Tourist Hotel on Room Lettings and Food & Beverage Sales Turnover as at 26 Dec 2012.

79

Large:
Hotels with 401-600 rooms
Very Large: Hotels with more than 600 rooms

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
38. GAZETTED HOTELS BY HOTEL TIER, 2010

ROOM

STANDARD
AVERAGE
OCCUPANCY RATE

STANDARD
AVERAGE
ROOM RATE

REVENUE
PER
AVAILABLE ROOM

TIER
(%)

S$

% CHG

S$

% CHG

OVERALL

85

217.90

15.2

185.70

29.5

Luxury

79

355.00

12.4

279.30

22.2

Upscale

86

244.30

16.2

209.10

29.3

Mid-Tier

87

168.50

18.7

146.80

31.5

Economy

86

100.40

13.9

86.10

39.5

39. GAZETTED HOTELS BY HOTEL TIER, 2011

HOTEL

STANDARD
AVERAGE
OCCUPANCY RATE

STANDARD
AVERAGE
ROOM RATE

REVENUE
PER
AVAILABLE ROOM

TIER
(%)

S$

% CHG

OVERALL

86

247.20

13.4

213.50

15.0

Luxury

80

399.10

12.4

320.40

14.7

Upscale

87

279.30

14.3

243.90

16.6

Mid-Tier

87

188.50

11.9

164.60

12.1

Economy

85

110.30

9.8

94.30

9.4

Source:
STBs survey on Return of Tourist Hotel on Room Lettings and Food & Beverage Sales Turnover as at 26 Dec 2012.

80

S$

% CHG

HOTEL

40. ANNUAL AND MONTHLY ROOM / FOOD & BEVERAGE REVENUE OF GAZETTED HOTELS, 2002 - 2011

HOTEL ESTABLISHMENTS
YEAR/
MONTH

NO. OF
RESPONDENTS

S$ MILLION

% CHG

S$ MILLION

2002

100

993.1

-6.9

691.5

1.4

1,684.60

-3.7

2003

93

752.1

-24.3

616.8

-10.8

1,368.90

-18.7

2004

93

1,017.20

35.2

711.7

15.4

1,728.90

26.3

2005

96

1,216.00

19.6

775

8.9

1,991.00

15.2

2006

95

1,503.90

23.7

794.6

2.5

2,298.50

15.4

2007

92

1,857.60

23.5

953.2

20

2,810.70

22.3

2008

97

2,102.40

13.2

984.5

3.3

3,086.90

9.8

2009

101

1,559.70

-25.8

890.6

-9.5

2,450.30

-20.6

2010

96

2,091.0

34.1

1,052.0

18.1

3,143.0

28.3

January

98

140.2

11.0

81.5

11.0

221.7

11.0

February

95

133.3

5.4

75.0

9.9

208.4

6.9

March

89

161.5

21.6

74.8

10.1

236.3

17.7

April

88

155.8

34.8

65.9

21.2

221.7

30.4

May

87

164.0

45.0

79.1

22.8

243.1

37.0

June

87

169.7

41.8

71.5

12.4

241.2

31.6

July

89

171.2

32.5

76.9

10.7

248.0

24.9

August

95

192.8

53.2

83.5

28.8

276.3

44.9

September

96

198.4

39.2

114.4

31.0

312.7

36.1

October

95

200.8

42.4

109.6

20.2

310.4

33.7

November

96

205.8

34.6

109.1

21.1

314.9

29.6

December

96

197.6

47.3

110.8

15.7

308.4

34.1

2011

98

2,643.5

26.4

1,315.1

25.0

3,958.6

25.9

January

104

204.8

46.1

116.1

42.5

321.0

44.7

February

104

190.1

42.6

95.7

27.6

285.9

37.2

March

104

224.4

38.9

102.5

37.0

326.8

38.3

April

103

210.0

34.8

89.5

35.9

299.5

35.1

May

101

215.8

31.6

105.4

33.2

321.1

32.1

June

101

224.1

32.1

99.4

39.0

323.4

34.1

July

101

241.6

41.1

106.2

38.2

347.8

40.2

August

101

212.6

10.3

91.1

9.2

303.7

9.9

September

101

237.5

19.7

132.4

15.8

369.9

18.3

October

99

231.6

15.3

121.0

10.3

352.6

13.6

November

99

233.2

13.3

132.1

21.1

365.2

16.0

December

98

217.9

10.3

123.7

11.6

341.6

10.8

ROOM REVENUE

F&B REVENUE

TOTAL REVENUE
% CHG

S$ MILLION

Notes:
1) Source:
STBs survey on Return of Tourist Hotel on Room Lettings and Food & Beverage Sales Turnover as at 26 Dec 2012.
2) Due to a change in the survey form for collection of Food & Beverage revenue from hoteliers from Jul 07, the Food & Beverage revenue from Jul 07
onwards may not be comparable with past months.

81

% CHG

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
41. SUPPLY OF HOTELS AND HOTEL ROOMS, 2002 - 2011 (As At 31 December )

NUMBER OF HOTELS

ROOMS STOCK

YEAR
(As At December)

GAZETTED
GAZETTED

NONGAZETTED

NON-GAZETTED

TOTAL

TOTAL
NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

NO.

% CHG

2002

101

103

204

30,468

0.0

5,521

6.1

35,989

0.9

2003

99

111

210

29,917

-1.8

6,013

8.9

35,930

-0.2

2004

102

118

220

30,300

1.3

6,465

7.5

36,765

2.3

2005

103

122

225

30,445

0.5

6,416

-0.8

36,861

0.3

2006

103

123

226

30,686

0.8

6,512

1.5

37,198

0.9

2007

98

128

226

30,087

-2.0

7,537

15.7

37,624

1.1

2008

109

134

243

32,000

6.4

7,376

-2.1

39,376

4.7

2009

120

148

268

33,880

5.9

8,839

19.8

42,719

8.5

2010

154

128

282

40,759

20.3

6,553

-25.9

47,312

10.8

2011

162

142

304

42,674

4.7

7,045

7.5

49,719

5.1

Source:
STBs survey on Return of Tourist Hotel on Room Lettings and Food & Beverage Sales Turnover as at 26 Dec 2012 and Hotel licensing Board (HLB) records.

82

HOTEL

42. ROOMS STOCK IN GAZETTED HOTELS (As At 31 December 2010)

Source:
STBs survey on Return of Tourist Hotel on Room Lettings and Food
& Beverage Sales Turnover as at 26 Dec 2012 and Hotel licensing
Board (HLB) records.

83

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
43. ROOMS STOCK IN GAZETTED HOTELS (As At 31 December 2011)

Source:
STBs survey on Return of Tourist Hotel on Room Lettings and Food
& Beverage Sales Turnover as at 26 Dec 2012 and Hotel licensing
Board (HLB) records.

84

CRUISE

44. ANNUAL CRUISE SHIPS AND PASSENGER THROUGHPUT VOLUME, 2002 - 2011

Cruise statistics are provided by the Singapore Cruise Centre. Passenger throughput refers to the
sum of all embarking cruise passengers (i.e. those who arrived in Singapore by air or land but
departed on a cruise), disembarking cruise passengers (i.e. those who arrived on a cruise ship but
departed by other means) and full- cruise passengers ( i.e. those who arrived and departed on
the same cruise ship). In addition, the numbers include cruise passengers who are Singaporean citizens or permanent residents.
NUMBER OF CALLS

YEAR

NO.

PASSENGER
THROUGHPUT
% CHANGE

NO.

% CHANGE

2002

741

-41.1

684,813

-19.3

2003

439

-40.8

514,698

-24.8

2004

392

-10.7

634,585

23.3

2005

454

15.8

623,740

-1.7

2006

787

73.3

856,556

37.3

2007

717

-8.9

943,134

10.1

2008

1,022

42.5

920,248

-2.4

2009

928

-9.2

1,138,570

23.7

2010

640

-31.0

1,014,144

-10.9

2011

394

-38.4

942,055

-7.1

85

INCOMING PASSENGER CARRIERS


FLIGHTS & SEAT CAPACITY

Table 45

Incoming Scheduled Flights of Passenger Airlines Operating into Singapore


(as at 1st January 2011)...87

Table 46

Scheduled Weekly Flights Originating from Major Regions


(as at 1st January 2011)...91

Table 47

Incoming Scheduled Flights of Passenger Airlines Operating into Singapore


(as at 1st January 2012)...93

Table 48

Scheduled Weekly Flights Originating from Major Regions


(as at 1st January 2012)...97

Statistics on incoming scheduled flights of passenger airlines to Singapore was provided by the Civil
Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and Changi Airport Group (CAG).

The data provides flights and airline seat capacity information in terms of seat configuration, airlines
and regions/countries of origin. Flights from intermediate ports of call are excluded since the
region/country of origin of each incoming scheduled flight is defined as the place from which the
flight originates.

86

INCOMING PASSENGER CARRIERS


FLIGHTS & SEAT CAPACITY
45. INCOMING SCHEDULED FLIGHTS OF PASSENGER AIRLINES OPERATING INTO SINGAPORE
(As At 1st January 2011)

NUMBER OF
INCOMING
FLIGHTS PER
WEEK

AIRLINES

Air China

CCA

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE ON INCOMING FLIGHTS


PER WEEK
TYPE OF
AIRCRAFT
FIRST
CLASS

BUSINESS
CLASS

ECONOMY CLASS

TOTAL

A319

56

840

896

B738

56

1,050

1,106

B762

18

196

214

13

B763

130

338

2,457

2,925

56

469

1,596

2,121

Air France

AFR

B773

Air India

AIC

A319

56

798

854

A320

140

875

1,015

14

A321

280

2,128

2,408

2,550

2,550

Air India Express

AIE

15

B737

Air Japan

AJX

B763

245

1,253

1,498

Air Macau

AMU

A321

32

324

356

Air Mauritius

MAU

A332

48

502

550

Air Niugini

ANG

B763

60

370

430

Air Seychelles Ltd

SEY

B762

18

194

212

10

AirAsia Berhad

AXM

102

A320

18,360

18,360

11

Airlanka Ltd

ALK

10

A342

2,950

3,130

12

Airphil Express

GAP

14

A320

2,520

2,520

13

All Nippon Airways Co Ltd

ANA

14

B763

490

2,506

2,996

14

Asiana Airlines

AAR

A333

210

1,745

1,955

B763

45

705

750

84

756

840

180

15

Bangkok Airways

BKP

A319

16

Batavia Air

BTV

14

A319

2,016

2,016

17

Berjaya Air

BVT

DH7

240

240

18

Biman Bangladesh Airlines

BBC

A310

125

980

1,105

19

British Airways Public Ltd Co

BAW

B744

98

455

2,205

2,758

14

B772

182

672

2,226

3,080

Note: Excludes freight carriers and flights without traffic rights.


Data provided by both CAAS and CAG.

87

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
45. INCOMING SCHEDULED FLIGHTS OF PASSENGER AIRLINES OPERATING INTO SINGAPORE
(As At 1st January 2011)

NUMBER OF
INCOMING
FLIGHTS PER
WEEK

AIRLINES

20

21

22

23

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd

Cebu Pacific Air

China Airlines Ltd

China Eastern Airlines

CPA

CEB

CAL

CES

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE ON INCOMING FLIGHTS


PER WEEK
TYPE OF
AIRCRAFT
FIRST
CLASS

BUSINESS
CLASS

ECONOMY CLASS

TOTAL

A333

308

1,869

2,177

22

B773

990

7,766

8,756

A343

182

1,799

1,981

B744

322

2,268

2,653

10

B772

450

2,910

3,360

14

A319

2,184

2,184

31

A320

5,549

5,549

14

A333

504

3,878

4,382

B738

16

300

316

21

A306

504

5,145

5,649

A319

24

336

360

A320

56

1,036

1,092

B737

540

540

63

24

China Southern Airlines

CSN

14

A321

168

2,324

2,492

25

Delta Airlines

DAL

B772

315

1,631

1,946

26

Emirates

UAE

35

B773

1,470

10,682

12,460

27

Etihad Airways (EY)

ETD

A332

132

1,440

1,572

28

Eva Airways Corporation

EVA

B773

294

1,918

2,212

29

Firefly

FFM

59

AT72

4,248

4,248

30

Garuda Indonesia

GIA

56

B738

672

8,064

8,736

31

Hainan Airlines

CHH

B738

16

312

328

32

Japan Air Lines Co Ltd

JAL

14

B763

420

2,898

3,318

33

Jet Airways

JAI

A332

210

1,372

1,582

14

B738

224

1,932

2,156

A320

1,062

1,062

A321

1,470

1,470

A332

1,855

2,121

34

Jetstar Airways International

JST

Note: Excludes freight carriers and flights without traffic rights.


Data provided by both CAAS and CAG.

308

266

88

INCOMING PASSENGER CARRIERS


FLIGHTS & SEAT CAPACITY
45. INCOMING SCHEDULED FLIGHTS OF PASSENGER AIRLINES OPERATING INTO SINGAPORE
(As At 1st January 2011)

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE ON INCOMING FLIGHTS


PER WEEK
NUMBER OF
INCOMING
FLIGHTS PER
WEEK

AIRLINES

TYPE OF
AIRCRAFT
FIRST
CLASS

BUSINESS
CLASS

ECONOMY CLASS

TOTAL

29,700

29,700

35

Jetstar Asia Airways

JSA

165

A320

36

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

KLM

B772

105

849

954

B773

280

3,120

3,400

210

1,309

1,519

37

Kingfisher Airlines Limited

KFA

A332

38

Korean Air

KAL

A333

24

88

1,008

1,120

B773

42

245

2,107

2,394

A343

40

240

825

1,105

14

B744

224

1,120

3,276

4,620

1,088

8,704

9,792

39

Lufthansa German Airlines

DLH

40

Malaysia Airlines

MAS

68

B734

41

Mandala Airlines

MDL

A319

1,008

1,008

A320

1,260

1,260

42

Myanmar Airways International

MAI

11

A321

2,420

2,420

43

PT Awair International

AWQ

63

A320

11,340

11,340

B733

1,036

1,036

44

PT Lion Mentari Airlines

LNI

42

B739

420

8,190

8,610

45

Philippine Airlines Inc

PAL

31

A320

372

4,464

4,836

A333

42

260

302

27

A333

810

7,209

8,019

26

A380

364

1,872

9,464

11,700

16

B744

56

936

5,180

6,172

46

Qantas Airways Ltd

QFA

47

Qatar Airways

QTR

14

B773

588

4,102

4,690

48

Royal Brunei Airlines Sdn Bhd

RBA

A319

48

864

912

A320

84

924

1,008

B772

30

255

285

Note: Excludes freight carriers and flights without traffic rights.


Data provided by both CAAS and CAG.

89

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
45. INCOMING SCHEDULED FLIGHTS OF PASSENGER AIRLINES OPERATING INTO SINGAPORE
(As At 1st January 2011)

NUMBER OF
INCOMING
FLIGHTS PER
WEEK

AIRLINES

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE ON INCOMING FLIGHTS


PER WEEK
TYPE OF
AIRCRAFT
FIRST
CLASS

BUSINESS
CLASS

TOTAL

550

574

49

Saudi Arabian Airlines

SVA

B772

50

Silkair (S) Pte Ltd

SLK

88

A319

768

10,112

10,880

180

A320

2,420

23,914

26,334

A320

48

378

426

21

B744

252

1,050

6,573

7,875

161

B773

2,408

7,210

38,766

48,384

256

B772

492

8,956

64,357

73,805

63

A380

756

3,780

25,137

29,673

152

A333

4,560

38,760

43,320

14

A345

1,400
168

51

Singapore Airlines Ltd

SIA

52

SouthEast Asian Airlines

SRQ

14

A319

53

Sriwijaya Air

SJY

B734

54

Thai AirAsia

AIQ

31

A320

55

Thai Airways International Ltd

THA

A333

24

ECONOMY CLASS

1,400
1,484

1,652

1,176

1,176

294

1,841

2,135

B772

150

1,327

1,477

A346

408

1,194

1,602

10

B744

612

3,250

3,862

31,500

31,500

56

Tiger Airways

TGW

175

A320

57

Transaero Airlines

TSO

B763

52

380

432

58

Turkish Airlines

THY

12

A332

264

2,736

3,000

59

United Airlines Inc

UAL

B744

84

364

2,170

2,618

B772

84

343

1,379

1,806

7,164

7,164

60

Valuair

VLU

41

A320

61

Vietnam Airlines

HVN

14

A321

224

2,352

2,576

A332

168

1,694

1,862

14

B738

112

2,254

2,366

62

Xiamen Airlines

CXA

Total:

Note: Excludes freight carriers and flights without traffic rights.


Data provided by both CAAS and CAG.

2,530

6,775

90

52,461

508,452

567,688

INCOMING PASSENGER CARRIERS


FLIGHTS & SEAT CAPACITY
46. SCHEDULED WEEKLY FLIGHTS ORIGINATING FROM MAJOR REGIONS
(As At 1st January 2011)

FLIGHT FREQUENCY PER WEEK


REGION/
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

2011

2010

TOTAL SEAT CAPACITY PER WEEK

11/10

2011

2010

11/10

AIRLINES#

N0.

N0.

% CHG

NO.

NO.

% CHG

2,530

100.0

2,319

100.0

9.1

567,688

100.0

532,043

100.0

6.7

AMERICAS

70

2.8

64

2.8

9.4

18,858

3.3

17,657

3.3

6.8

USA

70

2.8

64

2.8

9.4

18,858

3.3

17,657

3.3

6.8

ASIA

2,078

82.1

1,870

80.6

11.1

425,577

75.0

391,150

73.5

8.8

Southeast Asia

1,334

52.7

1,215

52.4

9.8

243,998

43.0

229,462

43.1

6.3

Brunei Darussalam

19

0.8

22

0.9

-13.6

3,207

0.6

3,318

0.6

-3.3

RBA,SIA

Cambodia

25

1.0

24

1.0

4.2

3,764

0.7

3,596

0.7

4.7

JSA,SLK

East Timor

0.1

0.1

0.0

236

0.0

236

0.0

0.0

SLK

Indonesia

399

15.8

363

15.7

9.9

82,781

14.6

74,779

14.1

10.7

Malaysia

404

16.0

397

17.1

1.8

61,607

10.9

63,758

12.0

-3.4

Myanmar

32

1.3

19

0.8

68.4

5,474

1.0

2,754

0.5

98.8

JSA,MAI**,SLK

Philippines

163

6.4

119

5.1

37.0

30,512

5.4

23,535

4.4

29.6

CEB,GAP**,JSA,PAL,SIA,SLK,SRQ**,TGW

Thailand

204

8.1

195

8.4

4.6

37,191

6.6

40,460

7.6

-8.1

AIQ,BKP,JSA,SIA,SLK,TGW,THA

Vietnam

86

3.4

74

3.2

16.2

19,226

3.4

17,026

3.2

12.9

HVN,JSA,LNI,SIA,SLK,TGW

North Asia

483

19.1

410

17.7

17.8

120,592

21.2

105,138

19.8

14.7

Hong Kong SAR

123

4.9

80

3.4

53.8

35,338

6.2

24,988

4.7

41.4

CPA,JSA,SIA,TGW**

Japan

85

3.4

60

2.6

41.7

22,531

4.0

17,728

3.3

27.1

AJX**,ANA,JAL,JSA**,SIA

Macau

16

0.6

18

0.8

-11.1

2,876

0.5

3,240

0.6

-11.2

AMU**,JSA,TGW

P R China

194

7.7

190

8.2

2.1

40,929

7.2

41,655

7.8

-1.7

South Korea

35

1.4

25

1.1

40.0

10,209

1.8

8,076

1.5

26.4

AAR,KAL,SIA

Taiwan

30

1.2

37

1.6

-18.9

8,709

1.5

9,451

1.8

-7.9

CAL,EVA,JSA*,SIA

South Asia

214

8.5

202

8.7

5.9

45,767

8.1

42,584

8.0

7.5

Bangladesh

16

0.6

13

0.6

23.1

3,780

0.7

2,906

0.5

30.1

AIE,BBC,SIA

India

165

6.5

159

6.9

3.8

32,525

5.7

31,126

5.9

4.5

AIC,AIE,JAI,KFA,QFA,SIA,SLK,TGW

Maldives

0.3

0.3

0.0

1,995

0.4

2,261

0.4

-11.8

SIA

Nepal

0.2

0.3

-16.7

750

0.1

900

0.2

-16.7

SLK

0.1

-100.0

646

0.1

-100.0

SIA*

ALL REGIONS

Pakistan

DAL**,NWA*,SIA,UAL

AWQ,BTV,CAL,DLH,GIA,KLM,LNI,MDL**,PA
L,QTR,SIA,SJY,SLK,TGW,THY**,TSO**,VLU
AXM,BVT**,FFM,JAL*,JSA,MAS,SIA,SLK,TG
W

CCA,CES,CHH**,CSN,CSZ*,CXA,GIA*,JSA,S
IA,SLK,TGW

Sri Lanka

21

0.8

15

0.6

40.0

6,717

1.2

4,745

0.9

41.6

West Asia

47

1.9

43

1.9

9.3

15,220

2.7

13,966

2.6

9.0

Kuwait

0.1

0.2

-25.0

855

0.2

1,152

0.2

-25.8

SIA

Qatar

0.3

0.3

0.0

2,345

0.4

2,345

0.4

0.0

QTR

Saudi Arabia

10

0.4

0.4

11.1

2,866

0.5

2,679

0.5

7.0

SIA,SVA

United Arab Emirates

27

1.1

23

1.0

17.4

9,154

1.6

7,790

1.5

17.5

ETD,SIA,UAE

91

ALK,CPA**,SIA

STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
46. SCHEDULED WEEKLY FLIGHTS ORIGINATING FROM MAJOR REGIONS
(As At 1st January 2011)

FLIGHT FREQUENCY PER WEEK


REGION/
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

2011

2010

TOTAL SEAT CAPACITY PER WEEK


11/10

2011

2010

11/10

AIRLINES#

N0.

N0.

% CHG

NO.

NO.

% CHG

EUROPE

141

5.6

144

6.2

-2.1

49,026

8.6

50,155

9.4

-2.3

Denmark

0.1

0.1

0.0

855

0.2

855

0.2

0.0

SIA

France

14

0.6

14

0.6

0.0

5,418

1.0

5,572

1.0

-2.8

AFR,SIA

Germany

26

1.0

26

1.1

0.0

8,140

1.4

8,611

1.6

-5.5

DLH,QFA,SIA

Greece

0.1

0.1

0.0

570

0.1

570

0.1

0.0

SIA

Italy

0.1

0.1

0.0

570

0.1

570

0.1

0.0

SIA

Netherlands

14

0.6

14

0.6

0.0

4,649

0.8

4,578

0.9

1.6

KLM,SIA

Spain

0.3

0.3

0.0

1,946

0.3

1,946

0.4

0.0

SIA

Switzerland

0.3

12

0.5

-41.7

3,297

0.6

3,336

0.6

-1.2

SIA

Turkey

10

0.4

10

0.4

0.0

2,640

0.5

3,015

0.6

-12.4

SIA,THY

UK

56

2.2

54

2.3

3.7

20,941

3.7

21,102

4.0

-0.8

BAW,QFA,SIA

OCEANIA

224

8.9

224

9.7

0.0

69,463

12.2

68,329

12.8

1.7

Australia

201

7.9

201

8.7

0.0

62,803

11.1

61,963

11.6

1.4

BAW,ETD,JSA**,JST,QFA,SIA,TGW,UAE

New Zealand

21

0.8

21

0.9

0.0

6,230

1.1

5,936

1.1

5.0

SIA

Papua New Guinea

0.1

0.1

0.0

430

0.1

430

0.1

0.0

ANG

AFRICA

17

0.7

17

0.7

0.0

4,764

0.8

4,752

0.9

0.3

Egypt

0.2

0.2

0.0

1,152

0.2

1,140

0.2

1.1

SIA

Mauritius

0.1

0.1

0.0

550

0.1

550

0.1

0.0

MAU

Seychelles

0.0

0.0

0.0

212

0.0

212

0.0

0.0

SEY

South Africa (Rep of)

10

0.4

10

0.4

0.0

2,850

0.5

2,850

0.5

0.0

SIA

# Refer to Table 45 for the full name of the airlines.


* Only for 2010 Schedule.
** Only for 2011 Schedule.
.
Notes:
1) The 'Region/Country of Origin' of each incoming scheduled flight is the place from where that flight first originated, excluding all intermediate ports of call.
2) Excludes freight carriers and flights without traffic rights.
3) Data provided by both CAAS and CAG.

92

INCOMING PASSENGER CARRIERS


FLIGHTS & SEAT CAPACITY
47. INCOMING SCHEDULED FLIGHTS OF PASSENGER AIRLINES OPERATING INTO SINGAPORE
(As At 1st January 2012)

AIRLINES

Air China

CCA

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE ON INCOMING FLIGHTS


PER WEEK

NUMBER OF
INCOMING
FLIGHTS PER
WEEK

TYPE OF
AIRCRAFT

FIRST
CLASS

BUSINESS
CLASS

ECONOMY CLASS

TOTAL

A319

56

840

896

B738

56

1,050

1,106

B763

182

1,323

1,575

B772

343

2,072

2,415

469

1,596

2,121

70

Air France

AFR

B773

56

Air India

AIC

A319

56

798

854

14

A321

280

2,128

2,408

A332

168

1,785

1,953

2,550

2,550

Air India Express

AIE

15

B737

Air Japan

AJX

B763

245

1,253

1,498

Air Macau

AMU

A321

32

324

356

Air Mauritius

MAU

A332

48

502

550

Air Niugini

ANG

A310

184

600

784

AirAsia Berhad

AXM

141

A320

25,380

25,380

10

Airlanka Ltd

ALK

A320

140

840

980

A342

126

2,065

2,191

1,260

1,260

11

Airphil Express

GAP

A320

12

All Nippon Airways Co Ltd

ANA

14

B763

490

2,506

2,996

13

Asiana Airlines

AAR

A333

210

1,820

2,030

B763

45

705

750

84

756

840

14

Bangkok Airways

BKP

A319

15

Batavia Air

BTV

14

A320

2,520

2,520

B734

336

336

240

240

16

Berjaya Air

BVT

DH7

17

Biman Bangladesh Airlines

BBC

A310

25

196

221

B737

60

590

650

B744

98

455

2,205

2,758

14

B772

182

672

2,226

3,080

18

British Airways Public Ltd Co

BAW

Note: Excludes freight carriers and flights without traffic rights.


Data provided by both CAAS and CAG.

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ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
47. INCOMING SCHEDULED FLIGHTS OF PASSENGER AIRLINES OPERATING INTO SINGAPORE
(As At 1st January 2012)

NUMBER OF
INCOMING
FLIGHTS PER
WEEK

AIRLINES

19

20

21

22

23

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd

Cebu Pacific Air

China Airlines Ltd

China Eastern Airlines

China Southern Airlines

CPA

CEB

CAL

CES

CSN

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE ON INCOMING FLIGHTS


PER WEEK
TYPE OF
AIRCRAFT
FIRST
CLASS

BUSINESS
CLASS

ECONOMY CLASS

TOTAL

A333

308

1,869

2,177

A343

182

1,799

1,981

39

B773

144

2,043

11,007

13,194

B744

63

322

2,268

2,653

14

A319

2,184

2,184

28

A320

5,012

5,012

14

A333

504

3,878

4,382

B738

16

300

316

A343

210

1,715

1,925

21

A320

168

3,108

3,276

14

B763

364

2,772

3,136

B737

405

405

A333

266

1,792

2,058

A319

56

840

896

A320

56

1,036

1,092

A321

84

1,162

1,246

24

Continental Airlines

CON

B738

70

763

833

25

Delta Airlines

DAL

B772

315

1,631

1,946

26

Emirates

UAE

40

B773

1,680

12,190

14,210

27

Etihad Airways (EY)

ETD

A332

132

1,440

1,572

28

Eva Airways Corporation

EVA

B773

252

1,974

2,226

29

Finnair Oy

FIN

A343

294

1,589

1,883

30

Firefly

FFM

70

AT72

5,040

5,040

31

Garuda Indonesia

GIA

B735

84

588

672

63

B738

756

9,450

10,206

340

32

Hainan Airlines

CHH

B738

56

1,092

1,148

33

Hong Kong Airlines Limited

CRK

14

A332

336

3,626

3,962

34

IndiGO Airlines

IGO

14

A320

2,520

2,520

Note: Excludes freight carriers and flights without traffic rights.


Data provided by both CAAS and CAG.

94

INCOMING PASSENGER CARRIERS


FLIGHTS & SEAT CAPACITY
47. INCOMING SCHEDULED FLIGHTS OF PASSENGER AIRLINES OPERATING INTO SINGAPORE
(As At 1st January 2012)

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE ON INCOMING FLIGHTS


PER WEEK
NUMBER OF
INCOMING
FLIGHTS PER
WEEK

AIRLINES

TYPE OF
AIRCRAFT
FIRST
CLASS

BUSINESS
CLASS

ECONOMY CLASS

TOTAL

35

Japan Air Lines Co Ltd

JAL

14

B763

420

2,898

3,318

36

Jet Airways

JAI

A332

210

1,330

1,540

14

B738

224

1,932

2,156

A320

1,062

1,062

A321

1,470

1,470

14

A332

3,710

4,242

202

A320

36,360

36,360

A332

228

1,590

1,818

B772

70

566

636

10

B773

350

3,900

4,250

140

798

938

37

38

39

Jetstar Airways International

Jetstar Asia Airways

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

JST

JSA

KLM

532

40

Kingfisher Airlines Limited

KFA

A320

41

Korean Air

KAL

B772

56

196

1,575

1,827

B773

42

245

2,107

2,394

48

378

426

42

Lao Airlines

LAO

A320

43

Lufthansa German Airlines

DLH

14

A343

112

672

2,310

3,094

A380

56

686

2,940

3,682

37

B734

592

4,736

5,328

24

B738

384

3,600

3,984

1,584

1,672

16,380

16,380

44

Malaysia Airlines

MAS

45

Myanmar Airways International

UBA

11

A320

46

PT Awair International

AWQ

91

A320

47

PT Lion Mentari Airlines

LNI

56

B739

560

10,920

11,480

48

Philippine Airlines Inc

PAL

25

A320

300

3,600

3,900

A333

294

1,820

2,114

27

A333

810

7,209

8,019

14

B744

784

4,984

5,768

28

A380

2,016

10,192

12,600

49

Qantas Airways Ltd

QFA

88

392

50

Qatar Airways

QTR

20

B773

840

5,860

6,700

51

Royal Brunei Airlines Sdn Bhd

RBA

A319

72

1,026

1,098

A320

60

660

720

Note: Excludes freight carriers and flights without traffic rights.


Data provided by both CAAS and CAG.

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STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
47. INCOMING SCHEDULED FLIGHTS OF PASSENGER AIRLINES OPERATING INTO SINGAPORE
(As At 1st January 2012)

NUMBER OF
INCOMING
FLIGHTS PER
WEEK

AIRLINES

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE ON INCOMING FLIGHTS


PER WEEK
TYPE OF
AIRCRAFT
FIRST
CLASS

BUSINESS
CLASS

ECONOMY CLASS

TOTAL

48

76

340

464

52

Saudi Arabian Airlines

SVA

B772

53

Silkair (S) Pte Ltd

SLK

88

A319

704

10,552

11,256

190

A320

2,560

25,380

27,940

A320

48

378

426

B744

84

350

2,191

2,625

158

B773

1,284

7,154

35,972

44,410

289

B772

828

10,358

71,874

83,060

63

A380

756

4,144

23,905

28,805

189

A333

5,670

48,195

53,865

12

A345

1,200

54

Singapore Airlines Ltd

SIA

1,200

55

SouthEast Asian Airlines

SRQ

13

A319

1,872

1,872

56

Sriwijaya Air

SJY

B734

1,176

1,176

57

Thai AirAsia

AIQ

42

A320

7,560

7,560

58

Thai Airways International Ltd

THA

21

B772

630

5,740

6,370

14

B773

462

4,564

5,026

49,860

49,860

59

Tiger Airways

TGW

277

A320

60

TransAsia Airways

TNA

A320

84

966

1,050

61

Turkish Airlines

THY

14

A332

308

3,192

3,500

62

United Airlines Inc

UAL

B744

378

2,170

2,632

63

Valuair

VLU

35

A320

6,012

6,012

64

Vietnam Airlines

HVN

18

A321

288

3,024

3,312

A332

168

1,694

1,862

84

65

Vladivostok Air

VLK

A320

24

276

300

66

Xiamen Airlines

CXA

21

B738

168

3,381

3,549

57,599

591,287

654,557

Total:

Note: Excludes freight carriers and flights without traffic rights.


Data provided by both CAAS and CAG.

2,941

5,671

96

INCOMING PASSENGER CARRIERS


FLIGHTS & SEAT CAPACITY
48. SCHEDULED WEEKLY FLIGHTS ORIGINATING FROM MAJOR REGIONS
(As At 1st January 2012)

FLIGHT FREQUENCY PER WEEK


REGION/
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

2012

2011

TOTAL SEAT CAPACITY PER WEEK

12/11

2012

2011

12/11

AIRLINES#

N0.

N0.

% CHG

NO.

NO.

% CHG

2,941

100.0

2,530

100.0

16.2

654,557

100.0

567,688

100.0

15.3

AMERICAS

71

2.4

70

2.8

1.4

19,205

2.9

18,858

3.3

1.8

Brazil

0.1

834

0.1

USA

68

2.3

70

2.8

-2.9

18,371

2.8

18,858

3.3

-2.6

ASIA

2,465

83.8

2,078

82.1

18.6

506,265

77.3

425,577

75.0

19.0

Southeast Asia

1,513

51.4

1,334

52.7

13.4

282,265

43.1

243,998

43.0

15.7

Brunei Darussalam

19

0.6

19

0.8

0.0

2,908

0.4

3,207

0.6

-9.3

RBA,SIA

Cambodia

25

0.9

25

1.0

0.0

3,820

0.6

3,764

0.7

1.5

JSA,SLK

East Timor

0.1

0.1

50.0

384

0.1

236

0.0

62.7

SLK

Indonesia

442

15.0

399

15.8

10.8

89,778

13.7

82,781

14.6

8.5

0.1

426

0.1

Malaysia

456

15.5

404

16.0

12.9

70,405

10.8

61,607

10.9

14.3

AXM,BVT,FFM,JSA,MAS,SIA,SLK,TGW

Myanmar

28

1.0

32

1.3

-12.5

4,228

0.6

5,474

1.0

-22.8

JSA,MAI*,SLK,UBA**

Philippines

166

5.6

163

6.4

1.8

32,369

4.9

30,512

5.4

6.1

CEB,GAP,JSA,PAL,SIA,SLK,SRQ,TGW

Thailand

250

8.5

204

8.1

22.5

52,397

8.0

37,191

6.6

40.9

AIQ,BKP,JSA,SIA,SLK,TGW,THA

Vietnam

121

4.1

86

3.4

40.7

25,550

3.9

19,226

3.4

32.9

HVN,JSA,LNI,SIA,SLK,TGW

North Asia

637

21.7

483

19.1

31.9

151,779

23.2

120,592

21.2

25.9

Hong Kong SAR

160

5.4

123

4.9

30.1

43,972

6.7

35,338

6.2

24.4

CPA,CRK**,JSA,SIA,TGW

Japan

86

2.9

85

3.4

1.2

21,556

3.3

22,531

4.0

-4.3

AJX,ANA,JAL,JSA,SIA

Macau

22

0.7

16

0.6

37.5

3,956

0.6

2,876

0.5

37.6

AMU,JSA,TGW

P R China

267

9.1

194

7.7

37.6

55,586

8.5

40,929

7.2

35.8

South Korea

38

1.3

35

1.4

8.6

10,991

1.7

10,209

1.8

7.7

AAR,KAL,SIA

Taiwan

64

2.2

30

1.2

113.3

15,718

2.4

8,709

1.5

80.5

CAL,EVA,JSA**,SIA,TGW**,TNA**

South Asia

257

8.7

214

8.5

20.1

53,379

8.2

45,767

8.1

16.6

Bangladesh

17

0.6

16

0.6

6.3

3,546

0.5

3,780

0.7

-6.2

AIE,BBC,SIA

India

200

6.8

165

6.5

21.2

39,454

6.0

32,525

5.7

21.3

AIC,AIE,IGO**,JAI,KFA,QFA,SIA,SLK,TGW

Maldives

10

0.3

0.3

42.9

2,850

0.4

1,995

0.4

42.9

SIA

Nepal

0.2

0.2

0.0

750

0.1

750

0.1

0.0

SLK

Sri Lanka

25

0.9

21

0.8

19.0

6,779

1.0

6,717

1.2

0.9

ALK,CPA,SIA

West Asia

58

2.0

47

1.9

23.4

18,842

2.9

15,220

2.7

23.8

0.1

-100.0

855

0.2

-100.0

SIA*

ALL REGIONS

Laos

Kuwait

SIA**
CON**,DAL,SIA,UAL

AWQ,BTV,CAL,DLH,GIA,KLM,LNI,MDL*,PAL,
QTR,SIA,SJY,SLK,TGW,THY,TSO*,VLU
LAO**

CCA,CES,CHH,CSN,CXA,JSA,JST**,SIA,SLK
,TGW

Qatar

13

0.4

0.3

85.7

4,355

0.7

2,345

0.4

85.7

QTR

Saudi Arabia

0.3

10

0.4

-10.0

2,459

0.4

2,866

0.5

-14.2

SIA,SVA

United Arab Emirates

36

1.2

27

1.1

33.3

12,028

1.8

9,154

1.6

31.4

ETD,SIA,UAE

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STATISTICAL TABLE
ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011
48. SCHEDULED WEEKLY FLIGHTS ORIGINATING FROM MAJOR REGIONS
(As At 1st January 2012)

FLIGHT FREQUENCY PER WEEK


REGION/
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

2012

2011

TOTAL SEAT CAPACITY PER WEEK


12/11

2012

2011

12/11

AIRLINES#

N0.

N0.

% CHG

NO.

NO.

% CHG

EUROPE

152

5.2

141

5.6

7.8

52,482

8.0

49,026

8.6

7.0

Denmark

0.1

0.1

0.0

855

0.1

855

0.2

0.0

Finland

0.2

1,883

0.3

France

14

0.5

14

0.6

0.0

5,418

0.8

5,418

1.0

0.0

AFR,SIA

Germany

28

1.0

26

1.0

7.7

10,059

1.5

8,140

1.4

23.6

DLH,QFA,SIA

Greece

0.1

0.1

50.0

855

0.1

570

0.1

50.0

SIA

Italy

0.2

0.1

150.0

1,404

0.2

570

0.1

146.3

SIA

Netherlands

14

0.5

14

0.6

0.0

4,756

0.7

4,649

0.8

2.3

Russian Federation (CIS)

0.1

300

0.0

Spain

0.1

0.3

-42.9

1,112

0.2

1,946

0.3

-42.9

SIA

Switzerland

0.2

0.3

0.0

2,863

0.4

3,297

0.6

-13.2

SIA

Turkey

10

0.3

10

0.4

0.0

2,605

0.4

2,640

0.5

-1.3

SIA,THY

UK

55

1.9

56

2.2

-1.8

20,372

3.1

20,941

3.7

-2.7

BAW,QFA,SIA

OCEANIA

241

8.2

224

8.9

7.6

73,262

11.2

69,463

12.2

5.5

Australia

210

7.1

201

7.9

4.5

64,857

9.9

62,803

11.1

3.3

BAW,ETD,JSA,JST,QFA,SIA,TGW,UAE

New Zealand

27

0.9

21

0.8

28.6

7,621

1.2

6,230

1.1

22.3

JSA**,SIA

Papua New Guinea

0.1

0.1

100.0

784

0.1

430

0.1

82.3

ANG

AFRICA

12

0.4

17

0.7

-29.4

3,343

0.5

4,764

0.8

-29.8

Egypt

0.1

0.2

-25.0

798

0.1

1,152

0.2

-30.7

Mauritius

0.1

0.1

0.0

550

0.1

550

0.1

0.0

MAU

0.0

-100.0

212

0.0

-100.0

SEY*

10

0.4

-30.0

2,850

0.5

-30.0

SIA

Seychelles
South Africa (Rep of)

0.2

1,995

0.3

SIA
FIN**

KLM,SIA
VLK**

SIA

# Refer to Table 47 for the full name of the airlines.


* Only for 2011 Schedule
** Only for 2012 Schedule
.
Notes:
1) The 'Region/Country of Origin' of each incoming scheduled flight is the place from where that flight first originated, excluding all intermediate ports of call.
2) Excludes freight carriers and flights without traffic rights.
3) Data provided by both CAAS and CAG.

98

SINGAPORE OUTBOUND

49. SINGAPORE OUTBOUND STATISTICS, 2002 - 2011

The Singapore outbound statistics are provided by Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA).
All citizens and permanent residents departing by air and sea are included in the statistics.

MODE OF
DEPARTURE

YEAR/
MONTH

PERCENTAGE
CHANGE

NUMBER OF DEPARTURES

AIR

SEA

TOTAL

AIR

SEA

PERCENTAGE
DISTRIBUTION
TOTAL

AIR

SEA

TOTAL

2002

2,617,452

1,781,388

4,398,840

5.7

-5.6

0.8

59.5

40.5

100.0

2003

2,344,492

1,876,972

4,221,464

-10.4

5.4

-4.0

55.5

44.5

100.0

2004

2,999,368

2,165,538

5,164,906

27.9

15.4

22.3

58.1

41.9

100.0

2005

3,441,927

1,717,476

5,159,403

14.8

-20.7

-0.1

66.7

33.3

100.0

2006

3,739,542

1,793,815

5,533,357

8.6

4.4

7.2

67.6

32.4

100.0

2007

4,151,229

1,872,901

6,024,130

11.0

4.4

8.9

68.9

31.1

100.0

2008

4,854,604

1,973,758

6,828,362

16.9

5.4

13.4

71.1

28.9

100.0

2009

4,959,767

2,000,957

6,960,724

2.2

1.4

1.9

71.3

28.7

100.0

2010

5,617,110

1,725,166

7,342,276

13.3

-13.8

5.5

76.5

23.5

100.0

January

373,209

146,259

519,468

10.7

-8.7

4.5

71.8

28.2

100.0

February

398,236

133,627

531,863

35.4

-1.3

23.8

74.9

25.1

100.0

March

469,582

143,604

613,186

22.6

-18.7

9.6

76.6

23.4

100.0

April

406,956

131,051

538,007

9.6

-18.1

1.2

75.6

24.4

100.0

May

479,095

143,263

622,358

29.6

-11.1

17.2

77.0

23.0

100.0

June

530,706

154,573

685,279

17.3

-15.5

7.9

77.4

22.6

100.0

July

413,830

138,655

552,485

20.8

-10.5

11.1

74.9

25.1

100.0

August

403,218

122,092

525,310

9.2

-27.2

-2.2

76.8

23.2

100.0

September

435,256

128,774

564,030

11.2

-16.1

3.5

77.2

22.8

100.0

October

461,591

134,054

595,645

4.5

-16.6

-1.2

77.5

22.5

100.0

November

576,042

153,997

730,039

4.2

-13.0

0.0

78.9

21.1

100.0

December

669,389

195,217

864,606

2.4

-7.4

-0.0

77.4

22.6

100.0

6,082,620

1,670,306

7,752,926

8.3

-3.2

5.6

78.5

21.5

100.0

January

403,091

116,280

519,371

8.0

-20.5

-0.0

77.6

22.4

100.0

February

418,658

133,481

552,139

5.1

-0.1

3.8

75.8

24.2

100.0

March

493,565

137,907

631,472

5.1

-4.0

3.0

78.2

21.8

100.0

April

454,456

135,324

589,780

11.7

3.3

9.6

77.1

22.9

100.0

May

512,788

145,523

658,311

7.0

1.6

5.8

77.9

22.1

100.0

June

598,743

163,542

762,285

12.8

5.8

11.2

78.5

21.5

100.0

July

447,246

144,811

592,057

8.1

4.4

7.2

75.5

24.5

100.0

August

424,227

113,742

537,969

5.2

-6.8

2.4

78.9

21.1

100.0

September

496,243

128,084

624,327

14.0

-0.5

10.7

79.5

20.5

100.0

October

486,524

128,889

615,413

5.4

-3.9

3.3

79.1

20.9

100.0

November

598,638

140,992

739,630

3.9

-8.4

1.3

80.9

19.1

100.0

December

748,441

181,731

930,172

11.8

-6.9

7.6

80.5

19.5

100.0

2011

99

ANNUAL REPORT ON TOURISM STATISTICS 2010/2011

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The Singapore Tourism Board acknowledges with thanks to the Data Processing Centre of
Immigration & Checkpoints Authority Department and the Computer Information Systems Department
(Ministry of Home Affairs) in the collection and processing of the visitor arrival statistics.

In addition, the Singapore Tourism Board would like to express its gratitude to the following
agencies for the provision of other information and assistance:

-Department of Statistics, Ministry of Trade and Industry


-Singapore Cruise Centre
-Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS)
-Changi Airport Group (CAG)

Annual Report on Tourism Statistics 2010/2011