Singapore is the second-most popular tourist destination in the world after Dubai and it is estimated that Singapore earns more than $100 billion each year in tourism revenue, mostly through its hotels and resorts.
The city’s economy has been growing steadily since the mid-1990s, with an estimated $4.5 trillion in spending in 2015.
In contrast, China’s GDP grew by about 5% last year.
But how much money is left in Singapore?
According to the Tourism and Leisure Development Board, the economy of Singapore is worth $100bn in the last 12 months of 2017, and it currently accounts for $18.8 billion in annual revenue.
Here’s what the statistics show.
Source: New Scientist The main source of income for the city’s tourism industry is the tourist tax, which is levied on tourists who arrive in Singapore.
This amount is then used to pay for all other costs.
According to data from the Singapore Tourism Board, Singapore earns $100 million in tourist taxes per year, which accounts for about 9% of the total tourism industry.
But this figure has been falling since 2015.
The reason for this is that Singapore’s tax revenue has grown significantly in the past few years, which has resulted in lower hotel occupancy.
Singapore has also introduced a new tax on the consumption of alcohol.
The government also offers the option of the state-sponsored private tourism sector to invest in the tourism industry, which generates $10 billion for the country annually.
Singapore’s economy also generates revenue through a variety of different industries, including entertainment, hotels, restaurants, bars, and more.
However, the city only accounts for 3% of total GDP, which makes it a small part of the overall economic pie.
This is due to a variety in different industries and tax systems.
Singapore is also the most expensive country in the region for foreign tourists, according to the International Monetary Fund.
The Singapore economy generates $2.6 trillion in foreign direct investment each year, and the country is estimated to be the second most expensive destination in Asia after Hong Kong.
The country also has one of the highest unemployment rates in the Asia-Pacific region.
Singapore also boasts one of Asia’s largest and most successful tourism industries.
This industry employs around 2 million people and has been able to grow over the past 10 years.
The City of Lights The City Of Lights is Singapore’s largest tourist attraction, and its attractions and attractions and more is the envy of most international visitors.
The 1,400-acre City of Light was built in 1929, and was designed by architect and planner Frederick Law Olmsted.
According in the Singapore tourism board, the City of Stars comprises of 12 areas: the Inner Harbour, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Bay, the Inner West, Singapore Tower, the Singapore Centre, Singapore Harbour, Singapore Beach, Singapore Garden, Singapore Waterfront, the Grand Canal and Singapore City.
The Inner Harbour is the most visited attraction in the entire city and hosts a wide range of sights and activities, including the Singapore Zoo, the Blue Lagoon, the iconic Blue Lagoons Waterfall, the Great Wall of Singapore, Singapore National Stadium, the world’s tallest building, and other world-class attractions.
The Marina Bay Islands is also one of Singapore’s most popular tourist attractions.
Located in the waters off the country’s east coast, the Marina Bay is the largest water body in Singapore and hosts several of the city´s most popular attractions.
Singapore City’s main attractions are Singapore Tower and the Singapore Pavilion.
Singapore Tower is the tallest structure in the city, and is built to be one of only four towers in the country.
It is also Singapore´s second tallest building.
The tower houses Singapore’s tallest skyscraper, the Hong Kong-listed Shangri-La Hotel, and houses the city government headquarters, Singapore Police Headquarters, Singapore Tourism Authority and the World Trade Center.
Singapore Pavilion is the third tallest structure on the island, and hosts Singapore´ most popular parks, the Royal Singapore Botanic Gardens, and Singapore National Botanic Garden.
Singapore National Garden is Singapore´ second largest garden, and has over 30,000 species of plants, flowers and trees.
The Waterfront and Singapore Garden also attract visitors to the city.
The Grand Canal is the busiest pedestrian crossing in the East, and attracts many tourists to the area.
It also has several attractions including the world´s tallest pedestrian bridge, the Suez Canal, and a boat launch in the water.
In the water, the river also runs through Singapore and connects Singapore with the United Arab Emirates.
Other attractions include the Singapore International Convention Centre, the World Aquarium, the National Stadium and the Royal Botanic Park.
The Gardens of the City are also popular tourist destinations.
The gardens are the largest outdoor gardens in the World, and are home to over 70,000 flowering trees.
In addition, the Gardens of Singapore have the world¿s largest collection of tropical plants.