Market Report: Asia Pacific Regional Tourism Trends

By On 02nd May 2018

Asia Pacific is emerging as one of the most dynamic regions for world tourism, with tourist arrivals expected to reach 535 million by 2030. Fuelled by strong GDP growth rates, growing middle class, and rising disposable income, the region’s thriving tourism industry continues to show vigorous progress.

This report from Horwath HTL Singapore looks at different trends shaping Asia Pacific’s tourism development, including the dynamism of Asia’s intraregional market, particularly the relevance of China, as well as the potential of domestic market. It further looks into the change in travellers’ preference and technological developments that influenced the tourism development in the region.

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Minh Ho

After graduating from Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne with a specialisation in Finance, Minh joined Pan Pacific Hotel Group, looking after Revenue Management and Performance Management. Minh Joined Horwath HTL in 2015, where her areas of speciality include financial feasibility, tourism planning, market research and performance analysis for projects across the Asia Pacific region, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
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