Museums and attractions in China are reopening as the COVID-19 crisis subsides and domestic tourism recovers, and they are taking special measures to ensure visitor safety and prevent a second outbreak. Could these strategies be used overseas?
Hotel brands’ digital marketing in China during COVID-19 provides valuable lessons in crisis communications, cultivating brand loyalty, and developing new revenue sources. Here are six strategies that can help the hospitality industry around the world.
Dragon Trail Research's survey of Chinese travelers provides insight for the travel industry on prospects for the recovery of Chinese tourism, and how the COVID-19 crisis may impact Chinese consumers’ future travel plans and priorities.
Getting through the coronavirus crisis requires an industry-wide effort to work together, but with the most important trade events canceled or postponed, and ever-increasing travel restrictions and flight suspensions, how do we stay connected? The solutions are digital.
Chinese travel media Travel Daily has released a report on the short- and medium-term impacts of the coronavirus crisis on China’s travel and tourism industry.
By the end of February, online travel marketplace Fliggy saw signs of increased interest in travel from the Chinese market. At present, consumers are still cautious, but survey and search data reveals an initial picture of what recovery will look like.
The outbreak of coronavirus in China has already had major impacts on travel. Here are the most important facts, responses from international tourism boards, and our advice on travel marketing and working with the Chinese travel industry at this time.
Mafengwo and the China Tourism Academy's Global Independent Travel Report 2019 focuses on the most popular destinations, attractions, and activities for Chinese independent travelers in 2019.