Tag: GB Srithar

Singapore welcomes 6.1 lakh visitors from India between Jan-May 2018

Singapore received over six lakh visitors from India between January to May 2018, reporting a 17% year-on-year increase from 2017. The year 2017 was a record year for Singapore Tourism Board (STB) as visitor arrivals from India had crossed the one million mark for the third time in a row, showcasing the highest growth rate […]

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Singapore Tourism delights Indian travellers with vegetarian food guide

Keeping in mind the specific dietary requirements that Indian visitors to Singapore may have, Singapore Tourism Board is offering a Vegetarian Food Guide, under the campaign ‘Passion made Possible’, to ensure that being vegetarian shouldn’t be a challenge. GB Srithar, Regional Director-South Asia, Middle East and Africa, Singapore Tourism Board, said, “This first of its […]

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Singapore Tourism promotes its branding with Singapore Weekender

Following the unveiling by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) of the country’s inside-out, unified brand “Passion Made Possible” in Singapore, a series of promotional activities has kicked off in India.  The weekend of November 17-19, 2017 will see the Board partnering St+art India Foundation to present the Singapore Weekender as part of the St+art Urban […]

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GB Srithar

This year we are working closely with the Indian travel trade to promote Singapore as a constantly evolving destination, with its new attractions as key focus. At present, we are paying a lot of attention to promoting the country in Tier II cities of India by organising training workshops and meets in Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, […]

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Singapore aims to draw Indians as events destination

The Singapore Tourism Board has unveiled its Indian market strategy to promote the country as a multi-faceted events hub. At a recent travel trade event in Mumbai, Executive Director of South Asia, Middle East & Africa at STB Chang Chee Pey said, “Singapore tourism is adopting a three-pronged approach to promote the country as an upcoming events destination […]

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