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The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) welcomed passengers on board Vistara’s inaugural international flights from Delhi and Mumbai with a taste of Singaporean hospitality, this week. The STB, together with tourism partners like Gardens by the Bay, Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa Development Corporation, Trick Eye Museum Singapore and Wildlife Reserves Singapore have now put together value deals and discounts to popular attractions and experiences in the city.
The discount vouchers are part of the welcome kits for Vistara’s passengers upon arrival in Singapore for the inaugural flights and will continue to be distributed to passengers until 14 August 2019.
Singapore received 1.44 million visitors from India in 2018, crossing the one million visitor mark for the fourth time in a row. India is also the third largest visitor source market for Singapore and has been able to retain its position as the top source market for cruise travel.
The introduction of new flights from India will help more Indian travellers experience leisure, business and cruise travel to Singapore. GB Srithar, regional director of India, Middle East and South Asia at STB said: “The new direct flight services will help bring more Indian visitors to Singapore to enjoy a multitude of experiences, catering to their different passions and interests.”