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1Sri Lanka Tourism Empty High Performance in the Tourism Sector on Wed Jul 27, 2011 10:13 am

windi5

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One the Most benefited Sector in the post war era is Tourism. Latest statistics show a considerable improvement of tourists arrivals in this year.

Tourist arrivals into Sri Lanka have seen a sharp increase during the off peak season in CY11, with 381,538 tourists visiting the island in YTD June 2011, +37% over the same period last year. In terms of region of origin, Western Europe has been the largest tourism generator with arrivals totaling 143,454 (37.6% of total arrivals), +32.5% in YTD June 2011.

South Asia is the second largest contributor at 111,570 visitors (29.2% of total arrivals), followed by East Asia (10.8%).remarkably

Monthly occupancy rates boosted by increased visitor arrivals; +22.8ppt in April 2011

The increase in visitor arrivals has boosted occupancy rates, which reached 73.5% in April 2011 vs. 50.7% in April 2010, as shown below. The South coast is estimated to have enjoyed 73.3% occupancy during April 2011 (+23 ppt yoy), while Colombo City recorded 80.1% occupancy in April 2011 (+25 ppt yoy). Our channel checks suggest that overall occupancy rates dropped to 59% in May 2011, which we believe is reflective of the off-peak season.

Positive medium term outlook for existing hotel operators driven by room supply constraints

most properties which have been closed for refurbishment are on track to re-open during the winter season. Given the strong growth in visitor arrivals recorded during the off peak season, we expect hotel operators to see a surge in occupancy rates during the peak season (Nov 2011-Apr 2012).

The Sri Lanka tourism board expects to receive over 700,000 tourists to the country in CY11, implying at least 7% yoy growth.

Looking ahead, the Government of Sri Lanka expects to achieve 2.5 million tourist arrivals by 2016, which would require at least another 15,000 graded rooms to cater to this demand. As such, the Economic Development Ministry aims to double hotel room capacity to 45,000 by 2016 (vs. current capacity of 22,745). Over the near to medium term, several new hotel properties are set to become operational by end 2012. These include 1) a joint venture between Aitken Spence Hotel Holdings PLC (AHUN) and Six Senses Resorts & Spas; 2) Brown’s Beach hotel, a 200 roomed 4 star resort, in which AHUN has a 29.46% stake; and a 3) 190 roomed 4 star hotel by John Keells Hotels PLC (KHL) in Beruwala.

Over the longer term, several hoteliers, including international hotel brands, have hotels in the pipeline which we believe should mitigate the constraint in room supply.

As at 30 June 2011, the Ministry of Economic Development had received 126 new hotel projects for consideration, of which 18 projects have received final approval, while four have been rejected.

2Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Wed Jul 27, 2011 12:35 pm

Rajaraam


Vice President - Equity Analytics
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Hope we can expect improved results from the hotel sector. AHPL June 30 th Accounts already out and they have shown a significant growth in revenue and profit. Good news windi5, thank you for the post.

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3Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Wed Jul 27, 2011 2:02 pm

Investor99


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@windi5 wrote:One the Most benefited Sector in the post war era is Tourism. Latest statistics show a considerable improvement of tourists arrivals in this year.
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As at 30 June 2011, the Ministry of Economic Development had received 126 new hotel projects for consideration, of which 18 projects have received final approval, while four have been rejected.

The above article indicates the quantity of tourist arrivals and the occupancy rates in hotels. But it does not give any indication of the quality of the tourists that have arrived, are they on budget packages or are they big spenders etc. This is a very important point to consider as big spenders will only generate revenue for hotels and budget packed tourist will not affect the bottom line.

4Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Wed Jul 27, 2011 2:35 pm

windi5

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Western Europe has been the largest tourism generator with arrivals totaling 143,454 (37.6% of total arrivals), +32.5% in YTD June 2011.Is this a good indication?.

5Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:54 pm

Investor99


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All tourists arriving from western countries are not big spenders. Along with the ongoing economic situation in Europe most of them travel in budget package which would be on a full board basis for one week or two weeks. This might not be a good indicator of the spending levels of the tourist who arrive from western countries.

6Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:59 pm

windi5

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Something is good than nothing Very Happy

7Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:22 am

ashlee


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Some of the hotels are still closed down for renovation.. Therfore good performance of the sector in the near future is somewhat doubtful.. But this will be one of the most lucrative sectoes in the time to come for sure..

8Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Sri Lanka Tourism on Fri Jul 29, 2011 7:25 am

windi5

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Sri Lanka has formally approved a five year strategy to develop the tourism sector including domestic tourism as arrivals go up after a 30-year war, the government's information office said.

The cabinet of ministers had approved the plan submitted by the ministry of economic development,headed by minister Basil Rajapaksa. The strategy addresses capacity and manpower requirements, infrastructure development, improving service standards, marketing and promotions, public relations, tourist safety and domestic tourism.
It is estimated that the sector can create 500,000 direct and indirect job opportunities by 2016, the information office said without elaborating. I love you

9Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Fri Jul 29, 2011 8:54 am

ssb

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lets hope this isn't a another publicity stunt by government
what your pics on hotels ???
low in price ,but be a winner in next 5 years
(plan for long term investment Smile)

CSE.SAS

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Post-war, tourism has become one of Sri Lanka’s biggest foreign exchange-earners with an average annual revenue of US$ 1 billion. The number of tourist arrivals in 2012 exceeded 1.5 million, while in January 2013 the number of visitors was 97,411.

It is projected that Sri Lanka will earn an annual income of US$ 3 billion by 2016. The government has set a target of attracting 2.5 million high spending tourists by that year.

In keeping with this trend, Sri Lanka’s tourism authorities launched a three-day mega promotional campaign titled "Get Sri Lanken’ed", which kicked off in style in Mumbai on Friday. It was followed by a media conference at the Taj Lands End Hotel - Salcette, Mumbai.

The press conference was the first of a series of events lined up under the "Get SriLankan’ed" promotional campaign of Sri Lanka Tourism implemented with the aim of positioning Sri Lanka as a most sought-after travel destination in emerging markets of the world.

In 2010 Sri Lanka was ranked first in the "31 Places to go in 2010" published by the New York.

The campaign - "Get Sri Lanken’ed" - was initiated on President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s guidance in accordance with the Mahinda Chinthana Vision. The objective of developing a sustainable Sri Lankan tourism industry inspired this campaign organized jointly by the public and private sectors.

During the press conference in Mumbai, over 120 high profile journalists from the print and electronic media were briefed on the campaign’s objectives and the nature of events scheduled. The events which began on Friday will continue in Mumbai till May 20. The event was graced with the traditional Sri Lankan dance performances of the Western province dance troupe which received a resounding applause.

Addressing the gathering, Economic Development Deputy Minister, Muthu Sivalingam noted that Sri Lanka and India have many similarities as Asian nations and the longstanding relationship as close neighbors create immense opportunities for both countries to share common interests, values and develop socio-economic ties with each other.

Sri Lanka Tourism Chairman, Bhashwara Gunarathna explained the rationale behind launching the "Get Sri Lanken’ed" campaign in India and how Sri Lanka Tourism plans to achieve maximum influx of tourists from the Indian market.

He said Sri Lanka’s target is to attract 400,000 Indian tourists by 2016 thus helping to reach the goal of 2.5 million arrivals by year 2016.
http://www.island.lk/index.php?page_cat=article-details&page=article-details&code_title=79366

11Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Sun May 19, 2013 12:32 am

NUINTH


Senior Equity Analytic
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Thanks CSE.SAS for the article.

If country PESTEL factors doing well, it will be a advantage to the sector. Then the industry will move to new step. Presently most of companies are investing aggressively in this sector as better future . I guess, better to keep an eye in this sector as long term investment.

what do you think guys....? Thanks in advance.

Disclose : I'm holding few thousand of Reef.w19, CITK, CITW as a lonterm & hope to buy few SERV & GHLL or TAJ.

12Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Sun May 19, 2013 4:40 am

celtic tiger


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
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@NUINTH wrote:Thanks CSE.SAS for the article.

If country PESTEL factors doing well, it will be a advantage to the sector. Then the industry will move to new step. Presently most of companies are investing aggressively in this sector as better future . I guess, better to keep an eye in this sector as long term investment.

what do you think guys....? Thanks in advance.

Disclose : I'm holding few thousand of Reef.w19, CITK, CITW as a lonterm & hope to buy few SERV & GHLL or TAJ.

silent giant in this sector is KHL, If you are thinking long term khl is a good investment but at the moment 13.5 may be bit price for me.

13Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Sun May 19, 2013 9:04 am

WildBear


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
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It seems that we may miss the 2.5 million arrivals in 2016 but will comfortably make the earning target of 2.5 Billion Dollars. We might take some time probably till 2018 to accommodate 2.5 million tourists sue to inadequate room capacity.

Gainer

Gainer
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
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Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe last week declared that the new Government attached the highest importance to tourism and stressed the need to lure more upmarket tourists, especially from the West, to the country.

“We attach the highest importance to the tourist industry. We are looking at tourism as a major earner of foreign exchange and employment generation,” the Premier said during a ceremony to welcome Minor Hotels Group Chairman and CEO William E. Heinecke, who travelled to the country on the invitation of Hemas Holdings Plc.
“We are selling the destination too cheap hence we must increase the yield by drawing more upmarket tourists apart from catering to budget tourists,” said the Prime Minister, adding that what Minor and Hemas were doing via setting up luxury resorts would help Sri Lanka go upmarket.
Wickremesinghe also said that Sri Lanka must improve its ties with the West and emphasised that Europe must be Sri Lanka’s main source of tourism.
“I am not suggesting we should give up China or India. However, my experience is that wherever Europeans visit, the Chinese and Indians follow suit,” the Premier added.
He said that the Government was looking at all aspects of tourism including ensuring more activities. “In many parts of the country after 7:00 p.m. there is nothing to do for tourists. Therefore we must have entertainment activities to keep tourists occupied. We are also looking at setting up a new hotel school. Our overall policy will be announced after the general elections and there will be some surprises,” the Prime Minister revealed.
He said the Galle Literary Festival would be held once again whilst a Military Tattoo and a Biriyani festival were also on the cards.

http://www.ft.lk/2015/05/05/govt-attaches-highest-importance-to-tourism-ranil/

15Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Tue May 05, 2015 1:19 pm

Gainer

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Minor Hotel Group Chief meets Prime Minister Wickremesinghe

May 1, 2015 · Leave a Comment

Minor Hotel Group (MHG), a hotel owner, operator and investor, with a portfolio of 133 hotels and resorts in 22 countries, on Wednesday reiterated its growing commitment in Sri Lanka in partnership with Hemas Holdings Plc. MHG Chairman and CEO William E. Heinecke was in town this week to attend a ceremony to announce its plans for Sri Lanka with Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe present as the event’s Chief Guest. Two new properties are coming up in Tangalle and Kalutara under Minor’s flagship Anantara brand. It already has two existing properties under the Avani brand which debuted out of Sri Lanka in Kalutara and Bentota. Seen here are Prime Minister Wickremesinghe along with MHG Chairman and CEO Heincke (left) and Hemas Holdings Plc Director Abbas Esufally at the ceremony
http://www.ft.lk/2015/05/01/minor-hotel-group-chief-meets-prime-minister-wickremesinghe/

16Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Tue May 05, 2015 1:22 pm

Gainer

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Global giant Minor renews commitment to Sri Lanka tourism

May 5, 2015

Two luxury hotels with $ 100 m investment to open in July and early next year in partnership with Hemas Holdings

Global leisure giant Minor Hotel Group (MHG) last week renewed its commitment to further develop Sri Lanka’s tourism with two luxury resorts with an investment of $ 100 million set to open in July this year and January next year in partnership with Hemas Holdings Plc.
The growing confidence in Sri Lanka was reiterated by Minor Chairman and CEO William E. Heinecke, who arrived here in his private jet last week.
Speaking at a ceremony to celebrate the success of the partnership between Minor and Hemas with Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe present as the Chief Guest, Heinecke said he looked forward to the development of the tourism industry in Sri Lanka.
Headquartered in Thailand, the Minor Hotel Group is a hotel owner, operator and investor, with a portfolio of 133 hotels and resorts in 22 countries.
Under its flagship luxury brand Anantara, two resorts – Anantara Tangalle Peace Heaven and another resort planned for Kalutara – are slated to be opened in July this year and January next year respectively.
“It has been a personal aspiration of mine to see the luxury Anantara brand in Sri Lanka and I am delighted that it is coming to fruition soon,” Heinecke said. This brand has been in the Maldives for many years.
“We look forward to the development of the tourism industry in Sri Lanka and I am confident that the world-class Anantara properties will set the standard in luxury tourism in Sri Lanka. We believe in the people of Sri Lanka and we are committed to a long-term partnership for the successful development of the tourism sector which we see as a driver for Sri Lanka as it has been for Thailand,” the Minor Chief emphasised.
Heinecke also congratulated the new Government and noted that it was a pleasure to see positive changes in the country.
“Sri Lanka is one of the most beautiful sought-after destinations in the world. We are honoured to be part of Sri Lanka tourism. We have been extremely confident that Sri Lanka is a key driver for Minor Group’s development plans,” he added.
Following a partnership established in 2006, Minor and Hemas in 2011 launched the Avani brand with a resort in Bentota in 2011 followed by another one in Kalutara in 2012. Today the Avani brand has 13 properties worldwide.
Hemas Holdings Director Abbas Esuflaly said Hemas forged a strategic partnership about 10 years ago with Minor, taking an equity stake in Hemas Holdings subsidiary Serendib Hotels Plc. He said the world-class hotels coming under the Anantara brand would be iconic, with the Tangalle resort already winning global praise as one of the most eagerly looked after new buildings.
“The new Government’s focus on tourism has given us the impetus to invest further in the sector. More hotels are being contemplated and we look forward to contributing further to the sustainable development of the tourism industry,” Esufally added.

http://www.ft.lk/2015/05/05/global-giant-minor-renews-commitment-to-sri-lanka-tourism/

17Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Tue May 05, 2015 1:23 pm

Gainer

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Next target Hotel sector alien cheers

18Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Tue May 05, 2015 5:57 pm

manaranga


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I think no leader in sri lanka has a clear vision to develop manufacturing sector which is the hart of any developed country.

KavinduTM

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20Sri Lanka Tourism Empty Re: Sri Lanka Tourism on Mon Jan 27, 2020 4:57 pm

Promoney


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I like the new tourism ministers ambitious drive

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