Singapore Tourism Report Q4 2015

Singapore Tourism Report Q4 2015

Includes 3 FREE quarterly updates

BMI View: The Singapore tourism report looks at a range of key indicators for this popular and wellestablishedtourist destination in the competitive Asia Pacific region. Singapore's status as a regionaltransit hub has allowed it to develop a strong tourism base and investment in a broader range of attractionsis allowing it to tap into more lucrative longer-stay travel. As such, we expect to see steady growth ininbound travel throughout our forecast period, creating an attractive potential investment environment.

Although a small city state, Singapore offers a broad range of tourism attractions. As well as a vibrantrestaurant and night life scene, Singapore also has large retail centres and a multitude of nature parks andreserves offering outdoor and adventure activities. The city state also has several beaches and theme parkscatering to the family holiday market. In general Singapore is seen as a short-stay destination; however thecountry is keen to attract longer-stay visitors and is investing heavily in supporting tourism infrastructure.
BMI Industry View 7
Tourism 9
Political 11
Economic 12
Operational Risk 13
Industry Forecast 15
Inbound Tourism 16
Table: Inbound Tourism (Singapore 2012-2019) 17
Table: Top 10 Markets By Arrivals, '000 (Singapore 2012-2019) 19
Outbound Tourism 19
Table: Outbound Tourism (Singapore 2012-2019) 20
Table: Outbound Tourism, Top 10 Markets By Destination, '000 (Singapore 2012-2019) 21
Travel 22
Table: Receipts for Transport and Travel (Singapore 2012-2019) 23
Table: Breakdown of Methods of Tourist Travel (Singapore 2012-2019) 24
Hotels 24
Table: Hotel Accommodation (Singapore 2012-2019) 25
Table: Hotels and Restaurants Industry Value (Singapore 2012-2019) 26
Industry Risk/Reward Index 28
Tourism Risk/Reward Index 28
Table: Asia Pacific Tourism Risk/Reward Index 29
Market Overview 30
Competitive Landscape 35
Domestic Hotel Groups 35
International Hotel Groups 37
Global Industry Overview 40
Table: Global Tourism Market - Key Themes 40
Global Assumptions 42
Global Macro Outlook 42
Table: Global Forecasts, 2014-2019 43
Table: Global And Regional Real GDP Growth, 2014-2017 (% change y-o-y) 44
Developed States 45
Table: Developed States, Real GDP Growth Forecasts, 2014-2017 46
Emerging Markets 47
Table: Emerging Markets, Real GDP Growth Forecasts, 2014-2017 48
Table: BMI Versus Bloomberg Consensus Real GDP Growth Forecasts, 2015 And 2016 (%) 50
Demographic Forecast 51
Demographic Outlook 51
Table: Population Headline Indicators (Singapore 1990-2025) 52
Table: Key Population Ratios (Singapore 1990-2025) 52
Table: Urban/Rural Population & Life Expectancy (Singapore 1990-2025) 53
Table: Population By Age Group (Singapore 1990-2025) 53
Table: Population By Age Group % (Singapore 1990-2025) 54
Methodology 56
Industry Forecast Methodology 56
Risk/Reward Index Methodology 57
Table: Weighting Of Indicators 59

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