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PH tourism receipts hit $7B in 1st 10 months of ’23–Sec Frasco

THE Philippine tourism industry has contributed about $7 billion (about P404.02 billion) in foreign visitor receipts in the first 10 months of 2023, Tourism Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco announced during the Philippine Economic Briefing (PEB) on Nov. 15 in California, USA.

Frasco showcased the country’s tourism gains and recovery efforts post-pandemic when she joined the economic team of President Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr. in heralding the various investment opportunities in the Philippines to the international business community during the PEB at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in San Francisco, California.

This amount is around 190 percent higher compared to the $2.47 billion in estimated visitor receipts recorded last year.

“We have received over 4.63 million international visitors which constitutes 96 percent of our entire year’s target, contributing over $7 billion to our economy,” Frasco said.

The Secretary noted the country’s economic managers have manifested that tourism is the second top economic driver for the Philippines in the first half of 2023.

To note, 2022 concluded with tourism contributing 6.2 percent to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).

“As we usher in this golden era of tourism, the work of our President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. has been to rally the entire nation, including the public and the private sector, from the national to the local governments, across the entire tourism value chain, to articulate that tourism is a priority.

This prioritization, and if I may quote our President, goes beyond the mere provision of economic opportunities and jobs. Rather, it stems from the deep love that all of us Filipinos have for our country,” she added.

During the panel discussion of the country’s economic managers, the tourism chief shared how the goal of transforming the Philippines into a tourism powerhouse in Asia is being materialized by the DOT and as infrastructure investments are prioritized through the Marcos administration’s “Build Better More Program.”

In improving connectivity and tourist convenience, the DOT is also collaborating with the Department of Transportation (DOTr) not only for hard infrastructure investments but more importantly, for soft infrastructure or human capital development.

This included the “Filipinization” of the country’s airports and seaports, starting with the enhancement of the Terminal 2 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

“We have trained frontline tourism workers in our airports and seaports in the Filipino Brand of Service Excellence. This program, as a whole, has trained over 111,000 Filipino tourism workers across the tourism value chain,” the secretary added.

The DOT has also initiated the building of initial 10 tourist rest areas (TRA) in strategic locations across the country, with 18 more to come to enhance the overall tourist experience.

Moreover, the Philippines is expected to build five cruise terminals in the coming year, a project that the DOT supports under the auspices of the DOTr and the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA).

Titled “Think Growth, Think Philippines,” the PEB in San Francisco is one of the activities of the Philippine delegation on the sidelines of President Marcos Jr. ‘s working visit to the United States for the 30th edition of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit.

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DOT: Philippines receives 2 million international visitors; Tourism receipts hit PHP158 billion in the first three months of 2024

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The Philippines has already received over two million international visitors this month, the Department of Tourism (DOT) reported on Wednesday (April 24).

The country’s tourism receipts from January 1 to March 31, 2024, have also accounted for around PHP157.62 billion, which translates to an estimated 120.70 percent recovery rate from the PHP130.59 billion revenue gained from the same period in 2019 or the milestone year for Philippine tourism before the global lockdowns and industry standstill.

Based on the Department’s monitoring data, as of April 24, 2024, a total of 2,010,522 international visitors entered the country, with 94.21 percent or 1,894,076 of the country’s total international arrivals delivered by foreign tourists, while 5.79 percent or 116,446 are overseas Filipinos. This is 15.11 percent higher than the international arrivals recorded in the same period last year pegged at 1,746,630.

South Korea maintains its spot as the Philippines’ top source market in terms of inbound visitor arrivals with 27.19 percent or 546,726, followed by the United States that delivered 315,816 (15.71 percent), China with 130,574 (6.49 percent), Japan with 123,204 (6.13 percent), and Australia with 88,048 (4.38 percent).

Canada, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, Singapore, and Germany ranked sixth to tenth, respectively.

“The Department of Tourism sees a positive trajectory for the country’s international tourist arrivals this year. We are glad that the collaboration and collective effort and hard work are materializing into figures that are beneficial for the entire industry. We are hopeful that with more investments in tourism infrastructure as well as much needed increase in connectivity as well as improvements in air, land, and sea infrastructure and accessibility, the numbers can further increase,” Tourism Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco said.

This year, the country is targeting to welcome 7.7 million international visitors, nearly its pre-pandemic record-breaking achievement in 2019 which ended with an estimated 8.26 million inbound visitor arrivals.

“Guided by the vision of the Marcos Administration and through the approved National Tourism Development Plan (NTDP) 2023-2028, we are confident that we will sustain our goals for the industry not only in terms of attracting visitors to come to the country and entice them to travel but ultimately, to give more employment to Filipinos. We are grateful as well to our partners both from the public and private sectors for continuously helping the DOT in realizing its goals towards sustainable tourism development,” the tourism chief added.

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International tourism receipts jumped 190 percent in the first 10 months of 2023 to $7 billion from $2.47 billion in the same period in 2022, the Department of Tourism (DOT) said Thursday.

Tourism Secretary Christina Frasco announced this as she joined the economic team of President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. at the 2023 Philippine Economic Briefing (PEB) on Wednesday at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in San Francisco, California.

“We have received over 4.63 million international visitors which constitutes 96 percent of our entire year’s target, contributing over $7 billion to our economy,” Frasco said.

She said the country’s economic managers agreed that tourism is the second top economic driver for the Philippines in the first half of 2023.

Tourism contributed 6.2 percent to the gross domestic product (GDP) in 2022. More than 2.65 million foreign visitors arrived in the country, while 102 million domestic trips were also recorded last year.

This improved employment in the tourism sector, ending the year with 5.35 million individuals employed in tourism industries.

Frasco, during the panel discussion, said the goal of transforming the Philippines into a tourism powerhouse in Asia contributed to economic recovery. She said the development of tourism infrastructure also received priority.

“We’ve engaged in a collaboration with the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) for the purpose of continuing the tourism road infrastructure program, and as a result of that, over 158 kilometers of tourism roads have been constructed or rehabilitated this year, with more to come in 2024 and in succeeding years,” she said.

The DOT said it is collaborating with the Department of Transportation (DOTr) not only for hard infrastructure investments but also for soft infrastructure or human capital development.

Frasco said the “Filipinization” of the country’s airports and seaports, starting with the enhancement of the Terminal 2 at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), is among the priorities of the DOT.

The DOT trained over 111,000 frontline tourism workers in airports and seaports in the Filipino Brand of Service Excellence and built more tourist rest areas (TRA) in strategic locations across the country.

Frasco said the agency plans to enhance the overall tourist experience by adding 18 more TRAs on top of the initial 10 that were already functioning.

The DOT also plans to develop five cruise terminals in 2024, in collaboration with the DOTr and the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA), she said.

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T he Philippine Tourism Awards (PTA) is the highest and most  prestigious citation in Philippine Tourism. The PTA is a  recognition program of the Philippine Department of Tourism that  seeks to honor industry players and LGUs who have demonstrated  excellence in the development and promotion of the country’s  tourism sector. 

The PTA is designed to achieve the following objectives:

  • Instill the culture of Filipino hospitality and excellence in the tourism sector​;
  • Foster an innovative and competitive consciousness in the country by recognizing individuals, corporate entities, and LGUs, who have contributed immeasurably to the growth of the industry​;
  • Recognize individuals and entities in the tourism industry whose creativity, expertise, professionalism, and service have been of the highest standards and have highlighted the Filipino identity.​

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  • Applications may be made online or manually thru the DOT Regional Offices. Only complete and correct applications shall be considered.​
  • All accepted applications shall be subject to review and validation.​
  • All entries shall be made in writing using the prescribed forms and templates specific to the category and award. Should an enterprise wish to submit its entry in more than one category, the enterprise shall submit separate entries.​
  • For Tourism Pillars Awards, Application and supporting documents will be accepted until June 30, 2024.​​
  • ​For Philippine Tourism Industry Awards, application and supporting documents will be accepted until June 30, 2024.​
  • Application is free of charge.​​

Note: The PTA is a two-tiered awarding recognition-regional and national. The winners of the regional awarding shall represent the region to the National Awarding.​

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Special recognition program to recognize individuals, enterprises, and destinations who contributed to the Philippine tourism industry and Celebrate 50 years of establishment of the Philippine Department of Tourism. ​

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The recipients of this award will be identified by the Department of Tourism based on the historical record period.

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Accorded to pioneers and institutions in the Philippine Tourism Industry and who have made noteworthy contributions to the rise of tourism in the country​.

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  • Pay tribute to “The Firsts” destinations in the country that served as the starters of Philippine tourism in the 1970s; and
  • Recognize individuals and enterprises who pioneered in betting their careers and investments in tourism

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​Philippine Tourism Industry Awards is the national recognition program for both the private and public sector involved in the development and promotion of Philippine Tourism. The prospective awardees are envisioned to be an embodiment of a true Filipino hospitality and contributor to the socio-economic growth and environmental protection. ​

​DOT’s periodic national recognition program for both the private and public sector involved in the development and promotion of Philippine Tourism​

​Prospective awardees are envisioned to be an embodiment of a true Filipino hospitality and significant contributor to the country’s socio-economic growth and environmental protection.

CATEGORIES OF TOURISM INDUSTRY AWARDS

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​Institutional Awards shall be given to those entities considered the best in their respective fields/ sector and/or areas of expertise, professionalism and quality of facilities and services.

​Individual Awards shall be given to individuals directly engaged in an accredited enterprise or tourist destination who live up to the high standard of service and customer/client satisfaction and have embodied the Filipino brand of service excellence.

​Recognizing the power of media in its various forms, Media Awards shall be given to Media personalities, influencers and shows that have been positively campaigning for tourism movement.

TOURISM PRODUCT

​Tourism Product Awards shall be given to outstanding destinations, enterprises and tourism service providers for selected tourism products recognized for their quality, potential for growth, sustainability, contribution to the promotion of Filipino brand of tourism experience, and contribution to the breakthrough and growth of the tourism sector.

SPECIAL AWARDS

​Special Awards category is a variable category depending on the trends. Conferment of Special Awards and Citation shall be based on observed ability to shape and influence travel trend, introduce new perspectives, and contributed significantly to the responsible and sustainable development of Philippine tourism.

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Downloaded Application Form shall be submitted to the Department of Tourism Regional Offices with jurisdiction to the location of the nominated enterprise or individual.

Finding trouble with your internet connection or accessing our online forms? ​ You may download corresponding Application forms below and submit it to the concerned Regional Office.

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  11. PH tourism receipts hit $7B in 1st 10 months of '23-Sec Frasco

    THE Philippine tourism industry has contributed about $7 billion (about P404.02 billion) in foreign visitor receipts in the first 10 months of 2023, Tourism Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco announced during the Philippine Economic Briefing (PEB) on Nov. 15 in California, USA.. Frasco showcased the country's tourism gains and recovery efforts post-pandemic when she joined the economic team ...

  12. PH generates P149-b tourism receipts as international visitor arrivals

    The Philippines generated P149 billion in tourism receipts in the first 11 months from 2.46 million tourists who visited the country. Data showed the international visitor arrivals exceeded the 1.7 million target set by the Department of Tourism for 2022. "We are optimistic that we will reach 2.5 million by end of the year.

  13. Tourism receipts balloon to P130.6-B

    Tourism Secretary Christina Frasco (PNA photo by Joey Razon). MANILA - The country's tourist receipts have reached PHP130 billion while arrivals climbed to more than 2.39 million, the Department of Tourism (DOT) reported Thursday.. Tourism Secretary Christina Frasco said the easing of travel restrictions and health protocols had contributed to the high tourism revenues amounting to USD2.34 ...

  14. Tourism receipts jumped 24 times to P208b in 2022

    The tourism sector posted a strong recovery, as international receipts from February to December jumped 24 times to P208.9 billion from P8.5 billion in 2021, data show. The Department of Tourism said in a report Monday, international visitor arrivals reached 2.65 million in 2022, exceeding the 1.7 million target for the year by nearly 1 million ...

  15. Department of Tourism-Philippines

    Tourism Demand Statistics . Philippine Tourism Satellite Account. 2000 - 2022; Visitor Arrivals to the Philippines

  16. DOT: Philippines receives 2 million international visitors; Tourism

    The country's tourism receipts from January 1 to March 31, 2024, have also accounted for around PHP157.62 billion, which translates to an estimated 120.70 percent recovery rate from the PHP130 ...

  17. Foreign tourism receipts jumped 190% to $7b in 10 months

    International tourism receipts jumped 190 percent in the first 10 months of 2023 to $7 billion from $2.47 billion in the same period in 2022, the Department of Tourism (DOT) said Thursday. Tourism Secretary Christina Frasco announced this as she joined the economic team of President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. at the 2023 Philippine Economic […]

  18. Philippines

    2024 Data 2025 Forecast 1995-2020 Historical. International tourism, receipts (current US$) in Philippines was reported at 2769000000 USD in 2020, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.

  19. Locals account for 80% of tourism receipts

    "Historically, tourism in the Philippines is driven by locals. 80% of tourism receipts are coming from domestic tourism," said John Paolo Rivera, associate director of the Dr. Andrew L. Tan ...

  20. Philippines Tourism receipts, 1960-2023

    In 2020, tourism receipts for Philippines was 2,769 million US dollars. Though Philippines tourism receipts fluctuated substantially in recent years, it tended to increase through 2001 - 2020 period ending at 2,769 million US dollars in 2020. International tourism receipts are expenditures by international inbound visitors, including payments to national carriers for international transport.

  21. Philippines Tourism Statistics 1960-2024

    Philippines tourism statistics for 2020 was 2,769,000,000.00, a 75.83% decline from 2019. Philippines tourism statistics for 2019 was 11,455,000,000.00, a 17.91% increase from 2018. International tourism receipts are expenditures by international inbound visitors, including payments to national carriers for international transport.

  22. Department of Tourism-Philippines

    International visitor receipts hit USD 9.31B in 2019, 20.81% up from 2018 - Monday, March 2, 2020. ... "The Philippine tourism industry's continued impressive performance dramatizes the dedication, hard work and resilience of its stakeholders through a most challenging year. We count on the same enduring qualities to get us through the ...

  23. Tourism receipts to double as China reopens

    MANILA, Philippines — Tourism receipts in the Philippines could double this year, as the sector benefits from the return of Chinese tourists, according to MUFG Bank Ltd of Japan. Jeff Ng, senior ...

  24. Philippines, BSP sees better external sector prospects

    Nonetheless, prospects for BPO and tourism industries remain positive, alongside stable remittance inflows from OFWs, providing support to the current account. Butocan said the BSP sees BPO revenues growing by seven percent for this year and next year, while tourism receipts may expand by 40 percent for 2024 and 10 percent for 2025.

  25. Philippine Tourism Awards

    ABOUT THE AWARDS. T he Philippine Tourism Awards (PTA) is the highest and most prestigious citation in Philippine Tourism. The PTA is a recognition program of the Philippine Department of Tourism that seeks to honor industry players and LGUs who have demonstrated excellence in the development and promotion of the country's tourism sector. The PTA is designed to achieve the following objectives: