As the Chinese tourism market matures, we are seeing an increase in Chinese museum-goers all around the world. From social media, to Mandarin audio guides, to Chinese dishes at the museum café, we take a look at what museums are doing to attract and accommodate Chinese travelers.
China is now the world’s second largest cruise market, with capacity rising to nearly 3 million passengers in 2017. We interviewed passengers aboard Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Joy to find out why cruises are so popular for Chinese tourists.
American cruise company, Norwegian Cruise Lines, launched a ship especially for the Chinese market during the summer of 2017. The backdrop to this is that China is now the world’s second largest cruise market, and the field is becoming increasingly competitive – so Norwegian Joy stands out for being explicitly Chinese.
“The primary growth engine for tourism boards, airlines, airport operators, hotel groups, OTAs, tourism service providers, restaurateurs, retailers and real estate developers on all continents.”
The Peru Export and Tourism Promotion Board, PROMPERU, has worked with Dragon Trail Interactive to embark on a comprehensive program to increase knowledge and interest in China about Peru.
One of the world’s largest travel trade events, WTM London brought together exhibitors from all around the world from 6-8 November, 2017.