If there’s one trend that is defining Chinese travel marketing in 2019, it’s short video content. Let’s look at four leading online platforms that tourism marketers can use to publish short video content in China.
Nine takeaways on the development of Chinese tourism, online media, and digital marketing, shared by China’s leading travel websites, social media, travel agencies, and other Chinese tourism experts at Dragon Trail's summit, China - The Future of Travel.
As the first countries outside of Asia to receive Approved Destination Status in 1999, Australia and New Zealand are established long-haul destinations for Chinese tourists. The countries are popular for study tours, Chinese New Year travel, self-driving, and independent tourism.
The high price and long flight times between South America and China make this one of the least-visited parts of the world for Chinese tourists. But this “last continent” is increasingly on the radars of experienced and affluent Chinese travelers. Learn more in our video.
Chinese tourism to Africa is on the rise. From wildlife to visa waivers, find out what attracts Chinese travelers to Africa, and which destinations are most popular in this video.
China is Europe’s fastest-growing source market for overseas visitors and its second largest international source market after the US. Learn about the rise of FIT to Europe, fastest growing European destinations, visa policies and more.
Close to 75% of outbound trips made by Chinese travelers in 2017 were to destinations in Asia. What are the top Asian destinations, why are they so popular, and how do Chinese tourists usually travel around Asia?