Hong Kong was recently named at the best of market researcher Euromonitor International’s annual Top City Destinations Ranking for the fifth consecutive year, beating out London in second spot.
Singapore was ranked third in the list whilst Kuala Lumpur rounded at the list in 10th spot. Bangkok came in at fourth spot.
The Euromonitor ranking covers one hundred of the world’s top cities in terms of international tourist arrivals. The list recorded Hong Kong’s such arrivals in 2014 at 27.7 million, Singapore’s at 17.08 million, Kuala Lumpur’s at 11.six million and Bangkok’s at 16.2 million.
Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur also ranked highly in the inaugural MasterCard Asia Pacific Destinations Index, as did Bangkok. An offshoot of the annual International Location Cities Index, this ranks 167 destinations like island resorts, towns and cities across the region by total number of international overnight arrivals, cross-border spending and total number of nights spent at every single destination.
In terms of international overnight visitor numbers in 2015, Bangkok topped the list with 21.9 million even though Singapore came in second with 11.8 million, Kuala Lumpur was in fourth with 11.three million and Hong Kong ranked seventh with 8.3 million.
Bangkok also ranked number one in total expenditure at US$ 15.two billion with Singapore third at US$ 14.1 billion, Kuala Lumpur fifth at US$ ten.five billion and Hong Kong ninth at US$ 6.7 billion.
In total nights stayed by international tourists, Bangkok once more topped the list with 107 million, Kuala Lumpur was third with 68.5 million, Singapore was seventh with 55.3 million and Hong Kong was 14th with 27.8 million.
From its house base at Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thai Airways International or THAI flies Bangkok to Hong Kong direct and in the return direction Hong Kong to Bangkok direct 5 instances day-to-day.
From Bangkok to Singapore and in return Singapore to Bangkok, the airline flies direct five times a day on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday and 4 times a day on Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday.
THAI serves the Malaysian capital with direct Bangkok to Kuala Lumpur flights that are twice everyday all through the week in both directions.
Particular Companion Fares are at the moment on offer from THAI to Hong Kong and Singapore, which are valid for ticketing and travel departure up to 31 March 2016. These are for a minimum of two adults travelling with each other from Bangkok and begin from THB7,640 to Hong Kong and from THB7,495 to Singapore round trip per passenger.
THAI’s Bangkok to Hong Kong, Bangkok to Singapore and Bangkok to Kuala Lumpur flights and in the return direction can be booked online at the airline’s internet site thaiairways.com. As nicely as flights throughout THAI’s international network of more than 60 destinations in the Asia Pacific area, Europe and the Middle East. Travelers can for example book flights on-line from Bangkok to London, flights from Frankfurt to Bangkok and flights from Bangkok to Copenhagen.
They can search for wonderful offers on flights to Thailand and from Thailand, peruse the travel possibilities on offer from Royal Orchid Holidays and the rewards that can be enjoyed as a Royal Orchid Plus frequent flyer, and also make a variety of travel arrangements such as airport transfers in Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur by way of THAI’s cooperation with HolidayTaxis.com.
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