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PATA Visitor Arrival Forecasts: Arrivals well on track with forecasts

Year-on-year, the first quarter results for this cluster of 25 destinations is 5.1% better than the first quarter of 2014, with an additional 4.9 million arrivals added to the collective total for the period. The strongest performers in terms of period-to-period growth are Palau (+46.6%), Japan (+43.7%), Thailand (+23.5%), Sri Lanka (+13.6%) and Korea (ROK) (+13.4%).
  • Tourism Malaysia

    Malaysia receives 6.5 million tourists in the 1st quarter 2015

    The top 10 tourist generating markets to Malaysia for the first quarter of 2015 were Singapore (3,241,651), Indonesia (671,211), China (379,265), Thailand (311,064), Brunei (305,899), India (177,196), the Philippines (138,803), Japan (125,339), South Korea (121,178) and Australia (121,037).
  • Hospitality

    STR Global: Asia Pacific hotel results for April 2015

    The region’s occupancy for April increased 1.6 percent to 69.6 percent. However, the region’s average daily rate dropped 5.6 percent to US$109.77, and its revenue per available room decreased 4.1 percent to US$76.43.

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