Year-end discounts for our research reports!

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It’s that time of the year again… The PATA Research team invites you to celebrate the year-end holidays by boosting your 2020 tourism strategy with powerful industry data, analysis and research focussed on the Asia Pacific region – at a special discounted rate!

If you haven’t yet invested in our industry reports this year, the time to buy is NOW. Our annual year-end promotion period starts on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 through to Friday, January 10, 2020, with publications discounted at up to 50% and savings up to US$2,000!

Below are the selected publications:

Annual Tourism Monitor 2019 Early Edition – 50% off

The Annual Tourism Monitor (ATM) Early Edition is published in the first half of the year and provides a snapshot of travel movements into major Asia Pacific destinations during the calendar year 2018, identifying top destinations in terms of visitor volumes and annual growth.

PATA members: From US$325 to US$170
Chapter members: From US$500 to US$250
Non-members: From US$650 to US$325

Asia Pacific Visitor Forecasts 2019-2023 – 50% off

The Asia Pacific Visitor Forecasts 2019-2023 provide a reliable forecasting system that predicts arrivals, visitor receipts, and departures across 40 destinations within Asia Pacific, to help destinations effectively develop strategies to maintain a competitive edge.

PATA members: From US$2,000 to US$1,000
Chapter members:
From US$3,000 to US$1,500
Non-members: From US$4,000 to US$2,000

Quarterly Tourism Monitor 2019 (Excel format) – 25% off

The Quarterly Tourism Monitor (QTM) provides a timely quantitative view of inbound travel by origin markets for all major destinations in Asia Pacific region, by quarter, during calendar year 2019.

PATA members: From US$500 to US$375
Chapter members: From US$750 to US$565
Non-members: From US$1,000 to US$750

Issues & Trends (1H2019): Harnessing Digital Disruption for Success in Travel – 50% off

Issues & Trends (I&T) is an concise analysis of key developments in the region’s travel industry ranging from quantifiable changes in market structure to key policy issues that could affect the way in which the industry operates within the Asia Pacific environment. In this volume of Issues & Trends, Euromonitor surveyed the priorities of consumers in travel experiences in context of digital disruptors. Characteristics of key digital assets and their anticipated impact on the travel industry are discussed in relation to how travel brands interact with consumers.

PATA members: Free
Chapter members: From US$300 to US$150
Non-members: From US$400 to US$200

Special Bundle Promo!

Purchase all four reports listed above at the discounted rate and get an additional US$50 off + 3 complimentary reports as follows:

  1. How Travel & Tourism Benefits from peace – A Statistical Analysis of Asian Experience
  2. Stepping Out of the Crowd
  3. Indigenous Tourism & Human Rights in Asia & the Pacific Region

For more information, please contact the Publications team at or visit to check out our entire collection of research reports.

Last but not least, happy holidays from the PATA Research team!