Singapore’s Raffles Hotel recently reopened after undergoing an 18-month facelift. Photo: HandoutSingapore’s Raffles Hotel recently reopened after undergoing an 18-month facelift. Photo: Handout
Singapore’s Raffles Hotel recently reopened after undergoing an 18-month facelift. Photo: Handout

Singapore hotels cheer as Hong Kong protests fuel Chinese tourism boom

  • Visitors spent US$4.2 billion in hospitality receipts as of November this year, five times the amount in 2018
  • Hong Kong’s unrest has pushed some visitors to the city state, while attractions such as Jewel Changi Airport and the F1 race have also helped to boost arrivals

Topic |   Singapore
Singapore’s Raffles Hotel recently reopened after undergoing an 18-month facelift. Photo: HandoutSingapore’s Raffles Hotel recently reopened after undergoing an 18-month facelift. Photo: Handout
Singapore’s Raffles Hotel recently reopened after undergoing an 18-month facelift. Photo: Handout
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