The Singapore Tourism Board announced good news on the recovery of its tourism sector. Tourism receipts made it to an estimated $1.9 billion Singapore dollars last year, with 330,000 visitor arrivals, the data from the country’s tourism board declared.
Even though, the figures are low compared to 2020, with 2.7 million visitors.
From 2020 through 2021, the tourism industry in Singapore set down overall year-over-year slump in the number of visitors and tourism expenditures, which happened following great tourism work within January and February 2020.
The country’s borders were shot down in March 2020 to avoid the surge of covid-19 cases.
The Singapore Tourism Board declared growth in tourism in the last three quarters of 2021. The rate of international tourists jumped 221% over this time in comparison with the same period in 2020.
China, India and Indonesia accounted for the major sources of international tourists who visited Singapore in 2021.