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Will Chinese technology give hoteliers a fat problem this Year of the Pig?
Partnering with Hotelbeds allows hoteliers a quick and cost-effective route into the Chinese market, without having to create their own local sales teams, social media presence or customer support teams.
China’s travel deficit to exceed 100 million trips in five years
The imbalance in outbound and inbound travel in China will expand further as applications for tourist visas have gotten easier globally, according to the report.
Airbnb says Chinese mainlanders will travel to 111 countries during festival
By the end of the first quarter of 2019, Airbnb predicted there will have been over 500 million guest arrivals at Airbnb listings since the company was founded in 2008.
China's cruise sector sinks for first time since 2006
The country plans to make China one of the world's most dynamic cruise markets by 2035, when it expects to be boasting 14 million cruise passengers a year and have built its own large cruise ship.
Flow from China will dominate Asia Pacific tourist arrivals in 2023
Flow from China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong SAR, and Macao, China will together account for almost 40% of the expected volume in 2023.
Report calls for visa reform to facilitate inbound tourism
According to the Henley Passport Index, China ranks 71st in terms of passport power, enjoying visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 74 destinations.
Australian luxury hotels up their game for Chinese tourists
At 50 hotels in Australia and New Zealand, AccorHotels has embedded Chinese Optimum Services Standards to cater for the growing inbound market from China.
Sweden trains Chinese travel trade with WeChat mini-program
From 2015-2017, Chinese arrivals to Sweden increased by 25%, making China Sweden’s fastest-growing inbound tourism market.
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