Continued World Tour: 2011-15 (Cape Town, Johannesburg, Manla, Seoul, Bangkok, Singapore, Shanghai, Daegu, Taipei, Hong Kong, Istanbul)
It varies whether the English languaged South African productions are reckoned as a part of the World Tour or not. Originally they were labeled as such, but they quit doing that. I refer to them as World Tour here.
To add to the confusion, the World Tour is just as often referred to as “Australiasian Tour” and similar. But their original tag was World Tour.
**There’s also been Korean languaged productions in South Korea; there are usually not reckoned as a part of the World Tour, but they do use the same sets, costumes, instrumentations etc. in between World Tour stops. The South African productions was in 2004 + 2011-12, and the South Korean ones in 2001-02, and again in 2009-10.
And of course “Phantom of the Opera” has also been on repertoire in Japan since the opening in Tokyo in 1988. The list looks something like this: Tokyo, Osaka, Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Tokyo, Sapporo, Osaka, Tokyo, Fukuoka, Nagoya, Tokyo, Sendai, Hiroshima, Shizuoka, Kyoto, Fukuoka, Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Kyoto, Tokyo, Sapporo