According to the latest data from STR, the region’s occupancy climbed 1.7% to 66.6% in the first three months of the year, while average daily rate (ADR) dipped 0.2% to US$105.04 and revPAR rose 1.5% to US$69.93. Vietnam saw a strong 10.3% increase in revPAR in Q1, to VND1.98 million (approx. US$88), as both occupancy and ADR improved. The country’s ADR of VND2.89m was also the highest on record in Vietnam for any quarter. And in Thailand, a 6.0% rise in revPAR, to THB3,459.55 (approx. US$93), was mainly driven by rising occupancy. India experienced a 6.7% increase in revPAR, to INR4,190.92 (approx. US$63), mainly driven by occupancy, and in Singapore rising occupancy offset a dip in ADR, allowing revPAR to rise 1.0% to SG$238.16 (approx. US$176). Get the full story at Travel Daily Asia