Close to 75% of outbound trips made by Chinese travelers in 2017 were to destinations in Asia. What are the top Asian destinations, why are they so popular, and how do Chinese tourists usually travel around Asia?
NTOs: N.1 Tourism Authority of Thailand - Shanghai Office: Thailand temporarily waives visa-on-arrival fee. N.2 Tourism Authority of Thailand - Chengdu Office: Thailand temporarily waives visa-on-arrival fee. N.3 Japan National Tourism Organization: A travel guide to visit Hokkaido in 7 days.
Five insights into the Chinese outbound travel from the professionals who work with Chinese tourists on the ground and specialize in this market, compiled from panels and conversations at WTM London 2018.
Dragon Trail Interactive delivered a session on Chinese digital marketing and reputation management for travel brands at World Travel Market in London on 7 November, 2018.
NTOs: N.1 Destination Canada: Journey across Canada by VIA Rail Canada. N.2 Japan National Tourism Organization: Halloween in Japan is unlike anywhere else. N.3 Tourism New Zealand: The Tiaki Promise – taking care of New Zealand.
The Autumn 2018 COTRI Market Report on Chinese outbound tourism includes arrivals numbers, in-depth reports on select destinations and market segments, and data from China’s leading OTAs and travel websites. These are the top 10 things we learned.
Chinese travelers, especially FITs, do a lot of research before setting out on their trips. Which websites and apps do Chinese tourists prefer for planning and booking travel, and which digital tools do they use once they’ve reached their destination?
NTOs: N.1 Visit Norway: The Norwegian King's speech on love, religion and acceptance. N.2 Japan National Tourism Organization: Top 10 recommended onsen (hot springs) to visit in Japan. N.3 Tourism New Zealand: Amazing places to visit only in New Zealand.