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Boom in Chinese tourists to Mexico
Chinese tourists to Mexico increased from 47,810 in 2012 to 167,663 in 2018, a 250 percent increase with an annual growth average of 23.3 percent.
Visa-free Chinese tourism makes its mark in South East Europe
Chinese travelers to Serbia by air increased 22% and to Bosnia and Herzegovina rose almost 50% in January to May 2019 due to the visa-free policy.
1.7 million Chinese tourists visit Cambodia in 8 months, up 33%
China remained the largest source of foreign visitors to the Southeast Asian nation, accounting for 39% of its total foreign arrivals.
Chinese tourists spend USD130 billion overseas in 2018
Chinese tourists made 149 million overseas trips in 2018, with total spending amounting to USD130 billion. The data marked a year-on-year increase of 14.7 percent and 13 percent, respectively.
Chinese tourism to Japan rises 11.7% despite new tax as visa process goes digital
Japan introduced a new departure tax of JPY1,000 (USD9.20) at the beginning of the year, applicable to all travelers leaving the country, but this has done little to dent tourism numbers.
Alipay and Fliggy launch campaign to grow Chinese tourism to San Diego
The collaboration encompasses a comprehensive digital marketing campaign with Alipay and Fliggy, as well as Alipay merchant integration to make it easy for tourists to use their payment method of choice.
Two-thirds of Chinese tourists are embracing themed travel
Three in five urban Chinese respondents are motivated to try themed travel as a suitable hobby (66%) or an in-depth experience (64%).
Chinese tourists to drive Malaysian tourism sector growth: analysis
Although Malaysia’s overall tourist arrivals dipped 0.4 percent year-on-year to 25.83 million last year, Chinese inbound tourists surged 29 percent to 2.94 million.
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