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Hotelbeds for the upcoming Chinese New Year

Hotelbeds has prepared some testimonials about the upcoming Chinese New Year, and how this affects the tourism industry. Hui-Wan Chua, APAC Director of Wholesale Sales of Hotelbeds, gives the “keys”… Some of the key messages for Chinese tourism are: “Many tourists who travel during the Spring Festival choose to leave one week early or return […]

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Tourism trend in the Middle Kingdom: Chinese outbound travel grows despite decline in trips to Europe

In 2016, China registered a 13 per cent increase in outbound trips – city trips and Sun&Beach holidays are becoming more and more important – trips to Europe declined – ITB Berlin and IPK International analyse outbound travel behaviour of the Chinese. In 2016, while international travel grew by about four per cent, China registered […]

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Spring Festival: Chinese travel abroad but somewhere else

6 million Chinese are expected to travel abroad during the Spring Festival holidays, as reported by the online travel agency Ctrip. Thailand, Japan and the United States have emerged among the most popular destinations. On the other hand, European countries and the Middle East are not on top of the Chinese travel priority list. “China’s […]

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Chinese tourism investment to reach $306 billion by 2020

According to the latest report from the China National Tourism Administration, Chinese investment in tourism will reach a zenith of 2 trillion Yuan ($306 billion) by 2020. If reports are to be trusted, the present year, is expected to experience a hit of 1.25 trillion Yuan in the tourism investment sector. The country looks to […]

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Chinese tourists advised to belch with modesty in Japan

Let’s just say this that the Chinese will always be in news for some inadequate behaviour or the other. This time The Japan Tourism organisation has issued a public notice on how Tourists particularly the Chinese must behave while visiting Japan. The lack of ‘common sense’ in the Chinese travellers has provoked the Hokkaido Tourism […]

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