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SG ranks 17th in world’s top sustainable destinations list

It moved up 18 places in the ranking.

Singapore rose 18 places to 17th rank in the 2023 Global Destination Sustainability Index, demonstrating its commitment to achieving real change.

In Asia-Pacific, Singapore ranked second, behind Goyang, South Korea.

The  Global Destination Sustainability (GDS) Index ranks cities based on four areas: destination management, supplier, social, and environmental performance.

Singapore scored 93%, 68%, 84%, and 78% in the four areas, respectively. In total, Singapore received a score of 81.83%, up from its 2022 record of 71.14%.

Meanwhile, GDS also recognised Singapore as the fourth most improved destination worldwide. 

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