Halal travel presents a significant business opportunity

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Halal restaurants and prayer rooms are not uncommon in airports around Asia, but has the increasing number of halal-certified hotels, halal food guides at tourist information counters, and even halal-certified cosmetics at duty-free shops caught your eye yet?

As halal tourism continues to gain traction, with Muslim travellers expected to grow to 150 million visitors by 2020, the presence of halal-friendly products and services is expected to soar. According to the Halal Travel 2016 report by Amadeus, spending by Muslim travellers is expected to rise from US$145 billion in 2014 to US$200 billion by 2020, driven by a growing group of younger, educated Muslim consumers with a larger disposable income than before and a greater propensity to travel.

To furnish key players of the travel ecosystem with valuable insights to better cater to the needs of this growing market segment, the report shares three key findings and three core themes.

screen-shot-2016-10-04-at-10-28-56-pmPlease refer to the report attached for more details. Also attached is an infographic illustrating key findings from the report for your perusal.


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