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Singapore, Small In Size But Not Its Tourism Goals

Keith Tan, CEO, Singapore Tourism Board

13-Sep-22 08:00

Singapore, Small In Size But Not Its Tourism Goals

Singapore is an island that is just 57km wide and 27km long with a population of just over 5.9 million people. However this has not held it back from having ambitions to attract up to 6 million tourists this year and become the destination of choice in ASEAN. Keith Tan, CEO of Singapore Tourism Board tells us what their plans for growth are and how they are overcoming the headwinds of manpower shortages and intense competition.

Produced by: Sim Wie Boon

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning


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Categories:  Corporatesmanagingtravel

Tags:  singapore tourismsingapore tourism boardtourism sector





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