Access the latest statistics and key market insights from Singapore’s tourism sector.
Statistics on Visitor Arrivals, Hotel Statistics, Quarterly Tourism Performance Reports, Quarterly Tourism Focus and Annual Tourism Statistics.
Market insights and trends on inbound visitors to Singapore, incorporating both primary research and secondary information.
Apply for various STB schemes, licences and resources designed to assist the industry to secure Quality Tourism growth.
Build strategic relationships with in-market travel intermediaries and expand your consumer outreach.
Get the latest industry updates via our Tourism Product Update Sessions and Industry Briefings.
View the latest MICE events being organised in Singapore.
Sponsor STB events.
Find tools you need to ensure your clients have the best time in Singapore, including destination information, sample itineraries and ideas for trips to delight your clients.
Submit an innovative proposal to STB's Tourism Innovation Challenges for the Hotel and Travel Agent industries.
Raise your marketing knowledge and capability with our free marketing eCourses.
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The AIF scheme confers official recognition to selected exhibitions with proven international and commercial appeal. AIF-approved events are easily identified by the AIF logo, a symbol attesting to the high quality of the event it endorses.
Visit TIH to access a rich resource of Singapore’s tourism product offerings and travel software services , offered by STB and industry.
The Singapore Tourism Board has put together a series of market-specific sample itineraries for your use. The itineraries incorporate key attractions with a selection of retail and F&B experiences to provide your clients with a more holistic appreciation of Singapore.
STB owns 4 distinct logos – Corporate Logo, Leisure Destination Logo, Business Destination Logo & SECB Logo.Click to find out more about the logos and usage guidelines.
The Merlion Symbol is owned by STB and is protected under Section 24 of the Singapore Tourism Board Act (Chapter 305B).Click to find out more about guidelines and application for the usage of the Merlion Symbol.
The brown road directional sign is an internationally recognised method of highlighting the proximity of and providing directions to a tourist destion. Click to find out more about the application for installation of Brown Sign.