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1.44 million travellers visited Singapore in January

The average length of stay dropped to just 3.45 days, from 4.32 days a year ago.

More travellers visited Singapore in January 2023, but with shorter stays, according to data from the Singapore Tourism Analytics Network, based on arrival cards collected up to 31 January 2024.

Over 1.44 million travellers entered Singapore’s borders in January, 54.2% higher than the same month in 2023.

Of this, 1.07 million are overnight visitors, 43.6% higher than a year ago.

The average length of stay dropped by 20.1%, however, to just 3.45 days in January. In comparison, travellers who visited Singapore in January 2023 stayed for an average of 4.32 days.

By country of origin, Indonesians made up the largest share of visitors, with over 268,970 Indonesians visiting Singapore in January 2024. Over 211,190 people visited China in the same month.

Other visitors arrived from Australia (124.14k), India (82.1k), South Korea (79.26k), USA (63.26k), and the UK (60.95k), amongst others.

By age, visitors aged between 25 to 34 people made up most of the arrivals, at over 302,580 from this age bracket. More women (750.85k) than men (685.46k) entered Singapore during the month.

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