• Tourism

    Tourism is a fast-growing sector in many emerging markets. OBG analyses the latest statistics on visitors and spending, highlighting investment opportunities. Our research covers hotel developments, government incentives, demand for leisure facilities and the MICE segment.
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Rising numbers of tourists from abroad and a state-led campaign to expand medical tourism could attract further investment to Sri Lanka’s health care sector, creating additional opportunities for its hospitality industry in the process.

 

One of Vietnam’s fastest-rising tourist destinations, the central coastal city of Da Nang has received significant international attention for its sandy beaches, mountainous scenery, and world-renowned luxury hillside resort in recent years, with airlines moving to increase services to the city in a bid to meet rising tourism demand. Visitor...

 

Offering 3200 km of coastline and spectacular white sand beaches, mountainous highlands popular with adventure tourists and a vast array of cultural, historic and culinary attractions, Vietnam has seen its tourism sector become a major economic growth driver in recent years. The sector has recorded positive performances across the board...

Chapter | Tourism from The Report: Vietnam 2017

Offering 3200 km of coastline and spectacular white sand beaches, mountainous highlands popular with adventure tourists and a vast array of cultural, historic and culinary attractions, Vietnam has seen its tourism sector become a major economic growth driver in recent years. The sector has recorded positive performances across the board, including international arrivals, domestic tourists,...

After years of strong economic growth and surging foreign direct investment, Vietnam today is emerging as a key middle-income country in the South-east Asian political and economic sphere. A nation of ancient traditions with a youthful and energetic population, Vietnam is also moving through a period of additional economic reforms, while continuing to leverage its strategic location and strong international relations to further boost its rapidly growing overseas trade activity.

 

The global medical tourism industry is dynamic. According to research firm Allied Market Research, the global industry will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 15.7% to reach $143.8bn by 2022.