The top-ranking WeChat accounts for travel destinations, airlines, cruise lines, museums & attractions, and hotels, for the week of 19-25 September, 2020.
From 1 January, 2021, the UK plans to end the VAT Retail Export Scheme which allows international visitors to claim back tax on items bought but not consumed in the country. How might this affect the future of Chinese tourism and spending?
The top-ranking Weibo accounts for travel destinations, airlines, cruise lines, museums & attractions, and hotels, for the week of 19 September - 25 September, 2020.
Dragon Trail Research's September 2020 traveler sentiment report uses survey data to examine Chinese consumers' plans and preferences for domestic and overseas travel, leading barriers and incentives for travel, and top digital channels for travel planning and booking.
In the September episode of The Chinese Tourism Podcast, we're joined by Glen Fu, co-founder of 54Traveler, one of China’s leading youth travel tour operators. The deep dive this month focuses on Chinese Gen-Z and millennial travelers.
From 22-23 September, 2020, the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism held a two-part online forum series aimed at the global travel industry, “Beijing Culture and Tourism Global Online Strategic Forum – Restart Travel, Together with Beijing.”
The top-ranking WeChat accounts for travel destinations, airlines, cruise lines, museums & attractions, and hotels, for the week of 12-18 September, 2020.
Dragon Trail's Managing Director - EMEA, Roy Graff, is speaking at Chopsticks Club's 29 September event on the future of travel and hospitality for the Chinese market.
In 2020, Edinburgh has been Europe’s leading DMO on WeChat and Weibo. We spoke to Edinburgh Tourism Action Group’s Alice He about their live streaming debut, content planning during lockdown, and staying connected to Chinese university students.