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1 Hotel Indicators June 212 Hotel establishment and room capacities There were a total of 66 hotels (excluding guesthouses) operating in Macau as at the end of June 212, providing a total of 23,635 hotel rooms, an increase of 2,529 room inventories ( +9% ) YOY. 5 star hotels constituted for 63% of the total at 14,83, followed by 4 star hotels with a relative share of 24% at 5,557 and the rest were topped by 2 and3 star hotels at 3,248. The most significant YOY change has been for 4 star hotel rooms whereby we noticed the incremental was up by 1,23 in real terms ( +24%) which could be attributable to the recent opening of Holiday Inn holiday featuring a total capacity of 1,2 room inventories, besides 5 star hotels also exhibited a noticeable change up 1,262 YOY (+9%) with half of the gain generated from the new Cornad hotel providing an additional supply of 6 hotel rooms in the territory followed the opening of Sands Cotai Central in April TY. We continue to see very little movements on changes across the lower tier segments. Macau Hotel Guest Rooms available (YOY comparsion) 25, 23,635 Jun-11 Jun-12 2, 21,16 15, 13,568 14,83 1, 5, 5,557 4,327 2,411 2, Total Hotels 5-star hotels 4-star hotels 3-star hotels 2-star hotels

2 Average occupancy Accounting for June alone, average occupancy rate at local hotels (excluding guesthouses) was down by 2.37 diff points to 81%, with the most dramatic decline applied on 3 star hotels to 69% from 86%, 2 star hotels also reported on a notable fall from 75% to 71%, there were also marginal decrease inclined on 5 star and 4 star hotel sectors, to approx 8% and 87% respectively which could be attributable to the increase of the number of hotel rooms since April this year. In terms of 1H12, occupancy rate maintained highly consistent at 82% YOY. Despite occupancy rate at top level hotels was up by 1.28 diff pts to 82.2%, it was largely offset by a fall in occupancy among 3 star and 4 star hotels, with the former down to 79% from as high as 84% and the latter to 85%. Average occupancy ( YOY comparsion) Average occupancy ( YOY comparsion) 1H11 1H12 Jun-11 Jun Hotels 5-star hotels 4-star hotels 3-star hotels 2-star hotels Hotels 5-star hotels 4-star hotels 3-star hotels 2-star hotels Hotel guests by segment The territory welcomed a total of 76, hotel guests of stay in June, up by 9.4% YOY and 2.6% on May, with higher level hotels benefited the most from the positive gain. Both 4 star and 5 star hotels have witnessed a YOY increase of 28% and 6% respectively in terms of guest growth, and MOM both were up by approx 4%. 2 star hotels saw flat volumes on the same period last year but down on the last reporting month, the worst performer

3 has been for 3 star hotels which reported lower volumes both YOY and MOM. Guest distribution continued to be evenly distributed among different segments with 5 star hotels consistently accounted for over 5% of the total followed by 4 star hotels at 3% and the rest were among 2 and 3 star hotels. Hotel gusts by segment ( YOY comparsion) 694, ,19 759,964 Jun-11 May-12 Jun ,515 39,72 45, , , ,11 93,218 86,732 84,96 35,39 32,493 33,42 Hotels - total 5-star hotels 4-star hotels 3-star hotels 2-star hotels Accumulated guests for the first six months of the year increased by 12% YOY totaled to 4.4 mn. Substantial gain in guest volumes mainly fell on 5 star and 4 star hotel segments, reportedly at 19% and 11%, 2 star hotel guests also marginally marked on the positive territory driven by a modest 2.2% increase. On the other hand, we inclined to see 3 star hotel guests continually posted on shrinking trend, down by 7.6% against the first half of 211. Hotel guests by segment ( YOY comparsion) 1H11 1H12 3,927,77 4,397,549 2,33,975 2,422,599 1,248,553 1,129,58 566, ,562 22, ,394 Hotels - total 5-star hotels 4-star hotels 3-star hotels 2-star hotels

4 Hotel Guests by place of residence The primary source of feeder Mainland consistently accounted for over 55% of the hotel guest source in Macau, with June received a total of 41, guests among the respective origin, up by 15% YOY. As such, we found the notable increments were inclined on 5 star and 4 star hotel segments although volumes at 3 star hotels continued to drop. Besides, Japan is also another market which captured our attention as it marked the most standout YOY increase of 27% over June last year, we believe the favorable comparison was due to the gradual recovery of the economic situation this year recalling last year the Japanese economy was hit by the outbreak of the March 11 Tsunami hence the adverse impact on outbound tourism. Despite a strong YOY solid growth, both segments registered fewer arrivals in June compared to May and we suspected the highest warning typhoon Vincente that struck the territory at the end of the month were partially responsible towards the diminishing trend. Hong Kong which accounted for the second largest source of tourism feeder after Mainland, we inclined to see volumes were highly steady at on a YOY comparison. However, it is noticeable the majority of arrivals from the rest of Asia were registered on a YOY decrease, which we observed volumes were mostly down on 5 star hotels as well as lower tier segments at 3 star and 2 star hotels apart from 4 star hotels encountered a positive boost which could be attributable to better pricing and higher competitive package deals that generated in higher traffics, as lately over the recent months we have been seeing that holiday inn at SCC have been aggressive in their marketing strategies with room rates went down to as low as HKD 998 per night under a special promotional period. Total 5 star hotels 4 star hotels 3 star hotels 2 star hotels Jun-12 YOY Jun-12 YOY Jun-12 YOY Jun-12 YOY Jun-12 YOY Asia Total % % % % % Mainland % % % % % Hong Kong % % % % % Taiwan, % % % % % Japan % % % % % India % % % 86-46% % Indonesia % % % 613-1% 97-44% Malaysia % % % % 23-25% Philippines % % % % 97-16% Republic of Korea % % % % 59-12% Singapore % % % % 88-15% Thailand % % % % 236 %

5 Across the 1H12, again Japan was the best improver, with hotel guests up to 123, compared to 99, over the same period of last year for the reason we have already mentioned above. Other arrivals which also showed contented growth included Mainland and Korea, whereby it was up by 16% and 19% respectively with 5 and 4 star hotel segments being the key benefactors. Guests volumes received from HK, Taiwan, Indonesia and Phillipines were essentially flat on last year. Contrary to the trend, there was a general decrease in volumes coming from India, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand. Total 5-star hotels 4 star hotels 3 star hotels 2 star hotels 1H12 YOY 1H12 YOY 1H12 YOY 1H12 YOY 1H12 YOY Asia Total % % % % % Mainland % % % % % Hong Kong % % % % % Taiwan, % % % % % Japan % % % % 968 2% India % % % % % Indonesia % % % % % Malaysia % % % % % Philippines % % % % % Republic of Korea % % % % 48 4% Singapore % % % % 969 3% Thailand % % % % %

6 Average length of stay Average duration of guests of stay in the territory was averaged at 1.26 nights in June, down from 1.41 nights YOY. 5 star hotels consistently topped the longest stay at 1.38 nights although it experienced the most significant drop compared to last year. 3 star hotels on average marked the second highest average stay at 1.25 nights, followed by 4 star hotels at 1.9 nights and 2 star hotels and 1.3 nights. Average length of stay ( YOY Comparsion) Jun-11 Jun Hotels - total 5-star hotels 4-star hotels 3-star hotels 2-star hotels In terms of average length of stay by place of residence, Mainland and Hong Kong continued to record the shortest stay at 1.2 nights (-.22 nights YOY) and 1.1 nights (-.12 nights YOY) respectively. In addition, the decline in the length of average stay were both inclined on the 5 star lucrative segment, with the former reported down from 1.49 nights to.96 nights and the latter from 1.29 nights to 1.11 nights. Korea despite, the average duration of stay was above market average at 1.32 nights, similarly it encountered a significant drop across the stay notably at the top segment from 1.72 nights down to 1.4 nights TY. Guests of stay from the majority of the rest of Asia origins were marked at nights, with the significance we found only source from India, Singapore and Philippines have extended their stay in the territory on a year on year basis, reaching to as close as 2 nights.

7 5-star hotels 4-star hotels 3-star hotels 2-star hotels Place of residence Jun. Jun. Jun. Jun Mainland Hong Kong Macao Taiwan, Japan India Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Republic of Korea Singapore Thailand Average length of stay for the first six months of TY was at 1.43 nights, slightly down from 1.52 nights of LY. The longest stay continued to be tapped by 5 star hotel segments at 1.67 nights, followed by 3 stars at 1.25 nights with 2 and 4 stars marking the shortest stay at an average of just above 1 night. Both and Hong Kong were among the two sources which consistently marked below the market average at 1.18 nights and 1.26 nights respectively again we noticed the most significant fall in terms of average stay were predominantly scaled on the 5 star hotel sector, with the former dropped from 1.63 nights to 1.28 nights and the latter slipped from 1.53 nights to 1.36 nights. All the rest of the origins were inclined at an average stay of between 1.5 nights-2 nights at all hotel segments. The strongest YOY jump has been for India whereby their average stay lifted to as high as 2.26

8 nights from 1.87 nights of LY. Taiwan and Singapore were the other two sources which also inclined on substantive improvement, with average stay extended from 1.76 nights up to 1.94 nights and 1.86 nights to 2.5 nights respectively. 5-star hotels 4-star hotels 3-star hotels 2-star hotels Place of residence Jan. - Jun. Jan. - Jun. Jan. - Jun. Jan. - Jun Mainland Hong Kong Macao Taiwan, Japan India Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Republic of Korea Singapore Thailand

9 Number of Hotels in Macau star hotels Number of 5 star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec star hotels Number of 4 star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 13 13

10 star hotels Number of 3 star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec star hotels Number of 2 star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 12 12

11 Total number of Guest rooms available star hotels 4 star hotels Available guest rooms - 5 star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May ,742 Jun ,83 Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Available guest rooms- 4 star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

12 star hotels Available guest rooms - 3 star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec star hotels Available guest rooms- 2 star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

13 Visitors average length of stay star hotels Average length of stay -5star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec star hotels Average length of stay -4star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

14 star hotels Average length of stay -3star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec star hotels Average length of stay -2 star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

15 Average Occupancy rate star hotels Occupancy rate - 5 star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec star hotels Occupancy rate-4 star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

16 star hotels Occupancy rate - 3 star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec star hotels Occupancy rate-2 star hotels Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

17 Macau Hotel room Rates 5 star hotels YOY change 4 star hotels YOY change 3 star hotels YOY change Jan 11 1,495 13% % % Feb 11 1,73 11% % 1,125 21% Mar 11 1,434 14% % % Apr 11 1,592 18% % 92 25% May 11 1,543 9% % % Jun 11 1,58 13% 71 25% % Jul 11 1,572 12% % % Aug 11 1,555 13% % 876 2% Sep 11 1,597 12% % 88 3% Oct 11 1,86 15% 95 26% % Nov 11 1,596 9% % % Dec 11 1,744 12% % 16 18% Jan 12 1,935 28% 1,95 61% % Feb 12 1,612-7% 83-19% % Mar 12 1,731 1% 96 17% % Apr 12 1,683 5% % % May 12 1,61 4% % 99 8% Jun 12 1,624 8% 761 9% % July 12 1,575.57% % %

18 Room rate 5 star hotels 2, , 1,5 1,935 1,612 1,731 1,683 1,61 1,624 1,575 1, 5 Room rate 4 star hotels Room rate 3 star hotels ,2 1, 8 1, ,2 1, 8 1, Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

19 Hotel guests by place of residence 5 star hotels 5 star hotels Q1 1' Q2 1' Q3 1' Q4 1' Q1 11' Q2 11' Q3 11' Q4 11 Q1 12 Q2 12 East Asia 733, ,79 78, , , ,773 1,9,94 979, , ,1 Korea 17,822 18,38 2,331 17,17 19,73 21,28 26,23 23,224 27,111 21,87 Mainland 43, ,27 42, , , , , , , ,4 Hong Kong 234, , ,624 25,1 21,422 27,28 329, , , ,6 Taiwan, 49,839 44,116 52,843 43,956 43,275 6,353 78,177 62,43 58,299 51,196 Japan 27,283 28,962 36,858 3,939 28,894 26,437 4,541 42,912 38,792 35,312 South Asia 14,883 33,36 16,998 21,28 13,959 34,67 21,886 21,613 16,466 26,222 India 14,883 33,36 16,998 21,28 13,959 34,67 21,886 21,613 16,466 26,222 South East Asia 55,39 55,516 48,854 61,548 5,344 63,45 61,946 71,111 57,388 53,143 Philippines 6,195 7,58 4,841 6,947 5,482 7,343 6,47 8,741 6,4 7,822 Indonesia 11,714 1,97 13,596 1,595 8,119 12,147 19,414 13,12 11,553 9,659 Malaysia 9,761 1,281 8,683 12,342 1,231 1,51 1,422 14,733 1,798 9,885 Singapore 12,416 14,876 1,87 15,517 11,77 15,182 13,176 21,284 13,451 12,671 Thailand 15,223 11,881 1,864 16,147 14,742 18,223 12,887 13,341 15,186 13,16

20 Percentage Change Changes in 5 star Hotel Guests by place of residence June 212 vs June 211 (YOY) 1H 212 vs 1H 211 (YOY) Mainland Hong Kong Taiwan, Japan India Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Republic of Korea Singapore Thailand The number of guests staying in 5 star establishments made up around 52% of the total number of overnight guests in Macau. The majority of visitors to Macau are from Mainland and they also form the majority of the guests at hotels. In June, the most significant increase in the number of guests comes from Mainland, increasing by 33,849 (23%) YOY and 28,497 (32%) when considering the cumulative value for the first six months. The number of guests from Japan also experienced a substantial change, increasing by 2,262 (22%) YOY and 18,765 (34%) when considering the first six months. This rise in Japanese overnight tourists can be due to the increased flight frequency between Japan and Macau, which was established earlier this year. The number of guests from Mainland and Japan are the only two categories that have performed favorably when comparing the statistics for June YOY, whilst the statistics for the other Asian economies fell, emphasizing the dependence of the Macau tourism industry on the Mainland visitors. The number of guests from India has decreased the most, falling by 4,195 (27%) YOY and 5,338 (11%) in the first six months, followed by Singapore falling by 1,647 (26%) YOY and 83 (3%) in the first six months. Overnight guests from the Philippines reduced by 22% YOY, those from Indonesia by 21% and Taiwan by 2%.

21 Percentage Change Mainland Hong Kong Q2 212 vs Q2 211 (YOY) Taiwan, Q2 212 vs Q1 212 (QOQ) Japan India Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Republic of Korea Singapore Thailand Comparing the data from the second quarter of 212 to that of the corresponding quarter of last year, guests from Thailand decreased the most significantly with its number of guests falling by 5,118 (28%), followed by that of India by 7,845 guests (23%). On the other hand, overnight visitors from Japan increased the most this quarter when compared to that of the corresponding quarter of last year, rising by 8,867 (34%), followed by that of Mainland visitors which increased by 129,57 (3%). The number of visitors from the Philippines rose slightly by 479 (7%). Despite performing adversely in the June YOY comparison, the number of guests from India actually increased the most QOQ by 9,756 (6%) followed by Philippian visitors by 1,422 (22%) and Hong Kong visitors by 26,64 (11%). The number of guests from the Republic of Korea remained unchanged when compared to the second quarter of last year, but decreased the most substantially when comparing to the first quarter of this year, reducing by 6,24 (22%) QOQ.

22 4 star hotel guests 4 Star Hotels Q1 1' Q2 1' Q3 1' Q4 1' Q1 11' Q2 11' Q3 11' Q4 11 Q1 12 Q2 12 East Asia 471, , , , , , , , ,84 576,577 Korea 1,875 8,51 9,984 9, ,73 11,324 11,77 16,547 1,96 Mainland 334,55 324,244 34,36 346, , , , ,954 48,317 Hong Kong 97,222 17,63 114,815 11, ,696 11,174 82,642 78, ,35 Taiwan, 14,663 14,5 15,516 14, ,71 14,36 12, ,2 15,331 Japan 14,67 14,886 15,14 15, ,41 13,734 15,945 15,882 15,619 South Asia 3,487 7,212 5,333 4,1 3,118 4,671 5,965 4,457 3,498 5,734 India 3,487 7,212 5,333 4, ,671 5,965 4,457 3,498 5,734 South East Asia 44,429 45,381 33,238 42,58 31,963 35,552 32,892 41,987 33,888 34,34 Philippines 3,864 5,449 3,343 3, ,447 3,4 3,853 3,56 3,379 Indonesia 6,426 6,382 6,938 5, ,893 6,163 5,24 5,11 5,923 Malaysia 12,985 12,363 8,82 13, ,675 9,857 12,983 1,986 9,345 Singapore 11,698 12,161 8,738 12, ,733 8,465 13,17 7,151 7,33 Thailand 9,456 9,26 5,399 7, ,84 5,43 6,84 7,18 8,84

23 Percentage Change Changes in 4 star hotel guests by place of residence June 212 vs June 211 (YOY) 1H 212 vs 1H 211 (YOY) Mainland Hong Kong Taiwan, Japan India Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Republic of Korea Singapore Thailand The number of guests staying in 4 star establishments made up around 31% of the total number of overnight guests in Macau. The number of overnight guests staying at 4 star establishments largely increased across the whole spectrum, with only a few exceptions, namely the Philippines and Singapore. Overall, the popularity of 4 star hotels performed significantly better than that of the 5 star hotels, indicating a slight shift of emphasis from the premium guests towards the middle and high class guests. Nevertheless, as the 4 star hotels only form around 2% of the total number of hotels in Macau, any change in the room statistics is likely to reflect significantly percentage-wise. The number of Japanese guests increased the most significantly when comparing June YOY, rising by 2,86 (58%) followed by Hong Kong with 15,15 (47%), Indonesia with 717 (37%), India with 433 (3%) and Taiwan with 1,316 (28%). Considering the cumulative statistics for the first six months, guests from the Republic of Korea increased the most significantly by 6,389 (3%), followed by those from Japan by 6,68 (27%) and the Philippines by 891 (15%). The number of guests from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Malaysia remain relatively unchanged. The number of guests from Singapore reduced the most substantially, falling by 527 (17%) in June YOY and 1,654 (1%) when considering the first six months.

24 Percentage Change Q2 212 vs Q2 211 (YOY) Q2 212 vs Q1 212 (QOQ) Mainland Hong Kong Taiwan, Japan India Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Republic of Korea Singapore Thailand Considering the statistics for the second quarter of this year, the number of guests from Japan increased the most out of all the Asian countries when compared to the corresponding period of last year. Japanese guests increased by 4,578 (41%), followed by Hong Kong guests by 25,654 (25%), Indian guests by 1,63 (23%), Taiwanese guests by 2,26 (17%) and Mainland Chinese by 47,332 (13%). Statistics for Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand remain largely unchanged. Considering the QOQ analysis, the number of guests from India and Hong Kong are the main risers, with India leading the forefront with an increase of 2,236 (64%) and Hong Kong with 47,613 (6%), followed by Taiwan with 3,611 (31%), Indonesia with 912 (18%) and Thailand with 624 (13%). QOQ, the number of guests from Japan and Singapore remain largely unchanged, with a difference of 263 (-2%) and 152 (2%), respectively. The number of guests from the Republic of Korea reduced the most by 5,587 (34%) QOQ.

25 3 star hotel guests 3 Star Hotels Q1 1' Q2 1' Q3 1' Q4 1' Q1 11' Q2 11' Q3 11' Q4 11' Q1 12 Q2 12 East Asia 231,12 228, , , , ,18 254, , , ,614 Republic of Korea 4,457 3,188 3,813 4,147 5,33 3,617 4,268 3,765 5,149 3,472 Mainland 171, ,66 175, , , ,836 21, , , ,483 Hong Kong 34,463 33,87 37,347 36,656 29,825 31,451 3,645 26,678 22,285 23,337 Taiwan, 8,811 8,679 9,816 8,68 7,691 8,286 8,68 7,895 6,456 6,12 Japan 11,32 8,895 12,345 1,93 1,543 6,99 9,5 9,59 8,866 7,22 South Asia 2,38 4,46 3,7 3,34 2,238 3,981 2,738 3,186 2,54 3,397 India 2,38 4,46 3,7 3,34 2,238 3,981 2,738 3,186 2,54 3,397 South East Asia 2,466 2,854 17,984 23,979 2,334 22,79 17,786 23,399 17,298 17,62 Philippines 3,832 5,225 4,147 4,772 4,569 5,42 3,734 5,24 4,171 3,986 Indonesia 1,583 1,977 2,66 2,53 1,944 2,365 2,113 1,712 1,124 1,68 Malaysia 6,58 6,52 4,846 7,661 6,424 6,674 5,967 8,59 5,829 5,536 Singapore 3,48 3,413 3,356 4,168 3,864 4,72 3,292 4,736 2,789 2,31 Thailand 5,135 4,187 3,29 4,848 3,533 4,259 2,68 3,22 3,385 3,829

26 Percentage Change Changes in 3 star hotel guests by place of residence June 212 vs June 211 (YOY) 1H 212 vs 1H 211 (YOY) Mainland Hong Kong Taiwan, Japan India Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Republic of Korea Singapore Thailand The number of guests staying in 3 star establishments made up around 11% of the total number of overnight guests in Macau. The performance of 3 star hotels has been largely adverse over the past year, with the number of visitors from most Asian countries in decline, apart from those visiting from Thailand. The data for Thai guests show a clear change of preference shifting from the more premium accommodation to the middle to high class range. It can be observed that the number of Thai guests staying in the 5 star category have significantly decreased (by 12% YOY), but apart from that, the numbers have increased for the other categories (16% YOY for 4 star and 16% for 3 star). The change in tourism preference can be a reflection of the economic contraction of around 9% resulted from the devastating floods that affected Thailand since last year. In June, the number of guests from Singapore has reduced the most in the 3 star category, falling by 743 (59%) YOY and 3,116 (39%) when comparing the first six months YOY. In fact, this pattern is not only limited to the 3 star category, there has been subsequent reductions in the number of Singaporean guests staying at 5 star (26%), 4 star (17%) and 3 star hotels YOY. This can be due to the subdued economic outlook in Singapore over the past several quarters. Comparing YOY for June, the number of guests from India fell second most significantly after Singapore, with a reduction of 691 (46%), followed by Philippines with 573 (37%), Hong Kong with 2,489 (24%) and Taiwan with 611 (21%).

27 Percentage Change Q2 212 vs Q2 211 (YOY) Q2 212 vs Q1 212 (QOQ) Mainland Hong Kong Taiwan, Japan India Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Republic of Korea Singapore Thailand Considering the quarterly data, the number of guests from all Asian countries fell when compared to Q2 of last year, with the exception of Japanese guests which rose slightly by 3%. Singaporean guests reduced the most, by 2,41 (5%), followed by Indonesia with 685 (29%), Hong Kong, Taiwanese and Philippines guests each fell by 26% (by 8,114, 2,166 and 1,432 respectively). In the summer months, there has been a significant increase in the number of guests from Indonesia and India, rising by 556 (49% QOQ) and 893 (36% QOQ) respectively, followed by the number of Thai tourists increasing by 444 (13% QOQ). QOQ, the number of guests from Korea reduced the most by 1,677 (33%), followed by those from Singapore at 758 (27%) and Japan by 1,664 (19%). The numbers of guests from the other Asian countries remain largely unchanged, fluctuating within the boundary of 5% and -5%.

28 2 star hotel guests 2 Star Hotels Q1 1' Q2 1' Q3 1' Q4 1' Q1 11' Q2 11' Q3 11' Q4 11' Q1 12 Q2 12 East Asia 81,977 86,163 81,33 88,7 86,791 92,85 96,414 97,834 89,98 92,23 Republic of Korea Mainland 74,99 78,6 72,616 79,627 79,33 84,7 89,176 9,51 82,962 85,617 Hong Kong 6,516 6,658 7,173 6, ,996 5,952 5,98 5,8 5,132 Taiwan, Japan South Asia India South East Asia 5,36 5,688 5,69 6,23 5,364 5,538 5,921 6,279 5,554 5,979 Philippines 1,978 2,252 2,291 2, ,93 3,279 3, ,118 Indonesia Malaysia 1,374 1,564 1,112 1, , Singapore Thailand ,

29 Percentage Change Changes in 2 star hotel guests by place of residence June 212 vs June 211 (YOY) 1H 212 vs 1H 211 (YOY) Mainland Hong Kong Taiwan, Japan India Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Republic of Korea Singapore Thailand The proportion of guests staying in 2 star establishments are by far the minority, consistent of around 4% of the total number of overnight guests in Macau. YOY, the number of Japanese guests staying at 2 star establishments have increased the most significantly, by 47 (59%) followed by those from India by 15 (13%). Considering data for the first six months, the number of Japanese guests only rose slightly by 19 (2%) whilst Indian guests rose by 127 (15%). The number of guests from Indonesia decreased the most significantly this June when compared to that of last year, a total decline of 76 (44%) but for the cumulative first six months, the number of guests rose the most, by 311 (44%). The number of guests coming from Taiwan reduced in both comparison periods, by 77 (22%) in June YOY and 334 (23%) in the cumulative first half figures.

30 Percentage Change The cumulative first half figures remain largely unchanged for Mainland, Japan, the Philippines, Korea, Singapore and Thailand. 3 Q2 212 vs Q2 211 (YOY) Q2 212 vs Q1 212 (QOQ) Mainland Hong Kong Taiwan, Japan India Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Republic of Korea Singapore Thailand Considering the quarterly results, the number of Singaporean guests staying at budget hotels increased the most YOY, by 87 (22%), followed by those from Thailand and Indonesia, each increasing by 19% which is 159 and 75, respectively. The number of guests from Japan and the Philippines grew slightly at 6% which is 27 and 188, respectively. When compared to the previous quarter, the number of guests coming from Taiwan saw the most significant increase, with a rise of 2,655 (3%), followed by those from Thailand and the Philippines, each increasing by 12% which is 18 and 342, respectively.

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