Outbound China travel will grow in Q2 as more seats connect Chinese travelers to the world, reports ForwardKeys. At the same time, new Dragon Trail survey data shows that Japan and South Korea remain popular with Chinese tourists.
Ready to welcome back Chinese visitors, VisitBritain hosted the travel trade in Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Beijing in March 2023. Organized by Dragon Trail, the events launched the “See Things Differently” campaign in China.
The post-pandemic recovery of the Chinese outbound tourism market has only just begun. What do you need to know about marketing strategies, changing consumer demands, and the top challenges to recovery?
Which WeChat articles by overseas tourism destinations got the most views in 2022? Here are the top 10 most-viewed articles by national, regional or municipal tourism boards published on WeChat this year.
As China relaxes international travel rules and flights double this winter, what’s the view on Chinese travel in top destination countries? Last week at WTM 2022, we spoke to hoteliers, DMOs, and airlines around Asia.
On 21 September, the 2022 TMW Awards recognized travel brands from around the world for outstanding global travel marketing teams and creative campaigns, in a hybrid ceremony held in Beijing and online.
We spoke with the World Travel and Tourism Council’s Regional Director for Asia, Sarah Wang, about how to connect with a Chinese audience, top trends in travel and marketing, and which Chinese demographic will be first to travel internationally.
On 11 August, VisitScotland and the Edinburgh Tourism Action Group (ETAG) teamed up to take Chinese viewers straight into the excitement of Edinburgh’s August festival season with a two-hour live streaming on Weibo, attracting 400k live viewers.
Jordan Tourism Board's Afanah Zohier projects a coming Chinese travel boom. Find out why, and what role the tourism board’s updated WeChat and Weibo strategy plays in this, in our exclusive interview.
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