Singapore Tourism Board
Singapore continues to tell Hong Kongers that it is a green, vibrant and artistic city.Thursday, 24 June, 2010, 12:00am
People at the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) are always busy devising new ways of luring travellers to the Lion City. There is an incessant twirl of events and festivals, to the point where locals (including myself) can become fairly blase. When it is not the month of the food festival, it is JewelFest or watch week.26 Oct 2004 - 12:00am
GOVERNMENT POLICYMAKERS across Southeast Asia have a great deal on their minds at the moment. The United States remains in poor shape, Japan appears to be sliding once again into the mire and the global slump in demand for high-technology goods has yet to abate fully.21 Dec 2001 - 12:00am
Nowhere is Singapore's constant desire to reinvent itself more evident than in its efforts to attract increasingly choosy visitors. The past year has seen a virtual frenzy of events aimed at killing off the old stereotype - particularly among Hong Kongers - of a dull, sterile city best suited to stopovers or long weekends.9 Aug 2001 - 12:00am
We refer to the letter from 'Name and Address Supplied' headlined, 'Singapore commercial's slant is misleading' (South China Morning Post, September 4).
The television commercial that the writer saw is part of a global campaign by the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board to promote tourism in Singapore.19 Sep 1997 - 12:00am
SINGAPORE posted a 7.7 per cent year-on-year growth in Asian tourist arrivals during the first quarter of 1995, with the strongest growth recorded by arrivals from China.8 Aug 1995 - 12:00am
HONG Kong and Singapore, once bitter rivals in the battle for tourist dollars, are now increasingly complementing each other in selling the whole region as a destination for long-haul visitors.
Such visitors, whether making business or leisure trips are now regularly visiting more than one destination when they travel to the Asia-Pacific region.30 Nov 1993 - 12:00am
SINGAPORE is preparing to set up what may be the first National Tourist Office (NTO) in China, according to Colin Teo Boon Lin, the general manager (North Asia) of the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board (STPB).
The STPB is looking at office space in Shanghai and hopes to start operations in the city before the end of this year.9 Aug 1993 - 12:00am