With the pandemic putting a stop to international air travel for the most part this year, every country in Southeast Asia pushed for ways to promote domestic air travel. Except Singapore.
That’s because Singapore is so small it has no domestic air travel. What it does have though are taxis, buses, and the metro.
Singapore has been pushing for Singaporeans to spend time travelling within the island nation this year. The idea, as Chaly Mah, Singapore Tourism Board Chairman, said in a recent interview interview CNBC Singapore launches domestic travel campaign amid coronavirus: Tourism board chairman Read more , is to get Singaporeans to spend S$34 billion (US$25 billion)—the amount they spent travelling overseas last year—within the country.