ASEAN Special Reports


All You Need To Know About ASEAN And Its Travel Industry

Some Facts And Figures provides a comprehensive compendium of the latest demographic, social and consumption data as well as a selection of general facts regarding travel and tourism in ASEAN and its members. Most information are on an annual basis and refer to the year 2014. Regular updates will be provided including newer data and figures. Do not hesitate to contact team if more information are needed under

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ASEAN Facts & Figures

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How to evaluate a strong tourism relation

For ASEAN countries, luring Chinese travellers is an attractive option. Difficult indeed not to feel attracted by the fact that over 100 million of Chinese citizens – for the first time in Chinese history- went last year abroad. Click the link below to download the report.

ASEAN-CHINA: How to evaluate a strong tourism relation

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ASEAN Transportation Sector

Facts & Figures 2014

Transportation is a crucial issue to ASEAN tourism development. looks at major achievements in 2014 in all fields of the transportation sector, from airlines to cruise ships, from trains to tollroads…

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ASEAN Transportation

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Europe, A Major Market For Southeast Asia

While ASEAN countries concentrate their promotion and marketing efforts for regional markets as well as to China, India or Japan, it is good to underline that Europe remains an important market for the region, generating close to 13 million visitors a year!

Prior to ITB Berlin 2015 last March, published a range of statistics and numbers underlying the importance of Europe for Southeast Asia and reminding local NTOs to have a more active presence in this historical holiday market.
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Europe - ASEAN Market


2015 – The Year In Review

2015 was a rather unusual year for ASEAN tourism as the region experienced a market slowdown in arrivals’ growth.

Many factors can explain this shaky performance : China economic uncertainties; fires in Sumatra and Borneo; Russia’s ruble collapse. Not to forget terrorism acts around the world, which affected the image of Indonesia and Malaysia in some Western countries and tragically hit Bangkok and recently Jakarta.

In this unsecured environment, ASEAN countries showed rather resilience with most countries recording a growth in total international arrivals. As the ASEAN TRAVEL FORUM is taking place from January 19 to 23 in Manila, ASEAN.Travel is happy to present a short review of major trends and events which shaped ASEAN tourism year 2015…

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