N.1 Tourism Authority of Thailand – Beijing Office: Springtime camping in Thailand + live streaming. (View)
N.2 Japan National Tourism Organization: Kurashiki city guide. (View)
N.3 Tourism Authority of Thailand – Chengdu Office: Koh Panyi’s floating soccer field. (View)
N.1 Macao Government Tourism Office: Macao’s 2021 tourism promotion video. (View)
N.2 Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing: Celebrity chef restaurants. (View)
N.3 South Australian Tourism Commission: South Australian Loop: A 3-day road trip of daka destinations. (View)
N.1 Norwegian Cruise Line: Buy-one-get-one-half-price offer. (View)
N.2 Viking Cruises: River cruises vs. ocean cruises. (View)
N.3 Costa Cruises: Deals and discounts for the October National Day holiday. (View)
Attractions & Museums:
N.1 Hong Kong Disneyland: Short video: White Day with Donald and Daisy Duck. (View)
N.2 The Museum of Modern Art, New York: In memoriam: Jason Polan. (View)
N.3 The Art Institute of Chicago: Monet’s color palette. (View)
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About the data: The data is jointly collected and compiled by Dragon Trail Interactive and Dingla, a B2B travel marketing platform assisting foreign organizations to build long term travel trade relationships in China.
About the Ranking:
Ranking criteria: Accounts are ranked according to the highest number of views for all posts published. WeChat views are “unique views”.
N. overseas National Tourism Organizations (NTOs) surveyed: 52
N. overseas regional and city Destination Marketing Organizations (DMOs) surveyed: 82
N. overseas airlines surveyed: 46
N. overseas cruise lines surveyed: 15
N. overseas attractions & museums surveyed: 31
N. overseas hotels surveyed: 45