|2018-01-17||China Outbound to Australia – Spending less Read More|
Despite the increase of arrivals from China, spending of Chinese travelers in Australia in 2017 till September dropped 4% to US$31 billion.
|2018-01-16||China Outbound to Australia – More FIT Read More|
Number of Chinese travelers visiting Australia in 2017 till September totaled 1.2 million, up 12%, but number of package tour Chinese tourists down 10% in the same period.
|2018-01-15||China Outbound to Australia – More Driving & Camping Tourists Read More|
Media in Australia reported the total number of overnight stay by driving or camping Chinese tourists visiting the country in 2017 till September increased by 112%.
|2018-01-12||China projects more Ice / Snow Tourists Read More|
According to projection reported by media, China will have 340 million Ice / Snow tourists by the season of 2021/2022, before Beijing holding the Winter Olympics in 2022.
|2018-01-11||China's Skiers Read More|
Media reported around 60% China's skiers spend no more than RMB500 on skiing, and the dominant age group is from 26 to 35.
|2018-01-10||Revenue of China’s Domestic Travel Read More|
China’s domestic travel in 2017 generated income totaling RMB4.57 trillion, up 101% comparing to total in 2012.
|2018-01-09||China’s Tourism Market in 2017 Read More|
China media reported that Chinese citizens made in 2017 a total of 5 billion domestic trips and 129 million outbound trips, averaging 3.7 trips in last year.
|2018-01-08||Hong Kong Outbound Tours during Chinese New Year – Good Responses Read More|
A major Hong Kong travel agent reported tours to NE and SE Asia destinations during the coming Chinese New Year holiday now 70% booked, and expected tours to Australia, which is relatively more popular than other long haul destinations, increasing by 20%.
|2018-01-05||Hong Kong Outbound Tours during Chinese New Year cost More Read More|
TIC, Travel Industry Council, whose members comprise of all Hong Kong travel agents, reported prices of luxury outbound tour during Chinese New Year this year will rise on average by 5%. In particular, an 8 days Europe luxury tour this year costs HK$110,000 (US$14000) roughly 1.7 times the price last year.
|2018-01-04||China Cruise Market – Cruise Lines Read More|
China’s cruise travelers grew annually by 70% between 2013 and 2016, and cruise lines Royal Caribbean and Carnival will deploy this year around 5 to 10% of their ships to China
|2018-01-03||China Cruise Market – Fewer Travelers Expected Read More|
In 2018, the number of cruise travelers from China will drop to 2.4 million from the 2.8 million in 2017, according to report from trade magazine.
|2018-01-02||Survey on Chinese visiting Japan – Shopping Preferences Read More|
The survey found cosmetics, at 27.6%, the most popular shopping item to be followed by clothing, household items, digital products and food.
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