Singapore Tourism Board

The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Trade and Industry of Singapore. It champions the development of Singapore's tourism sector, one of the country's key service sectors and economic pillars, and undertakes the marketing and promotion of Singapore as a tourism destination.

See below for the Latest Singapore Tourism Board News, Analysis, Profit Results, Share Price Information, and Commentary. 

 

STB to boost MICE recovery with 3 new partnerships

Amongst STB's new partners is the Italian Exhibition Group.

STB to boost MICE recovery with 3 new partnerships

Amongst STB's new partners is the Italian Exhibition Group.

Influx of tourists may provide limited support on expected slow economic growth

The government saw a 12-fold boost in foreign visitor arrivals.

STB, Klook seek to put SG as leading destination for SEA travellers

The partnership will boost travel recovery across the region.

Singapore cruise industry to drift to 2019-level recovery 

In 2019, over 400 cruise ships were called at Singapore ports.

MICE industry to see robust recovery: STB

A full recovery is expected in two to three years.

Gov’t launches hotel sustainability roadmap

The roadmap includes targets and strategies to push for sustainable hotels.

Hotel occupancies rebound with 6.5 ppt increase to 65.3% for H2 2021

Thanks to the 172.4% increase in visitor arrivals following the VTL scheme.

STB seeks proposals for integrated tourism hub at Jurong Lake District

Tourism development at Jurong Lake is expected to be finished in 2028.

AirAsia's MoU with Singapore Tourism Board strengthens its Super App

The aim of this MoU is to further promote travel and tourism to Singapore. 

Singapore logs $1.9b tourism receipts in 2021

This represents a decline in TRs when compared to 2020.

COVID-positive hotel travellers identify as close contacts: SG Tourism Board

This will closely align recovery protocols for visitors staying in hotels.

Singapore partners with Mastercard to boost tourism

SG and Mastercard will work together for a marketing campaign.

Singapore cracks regulatory whip on tourist guides

Proposed law changes seek higher professionalism.