China’s Labor Day holiday, from 29 April to 3rd May 2023, witnessed an unprecedented boom in domestic tourism this year, with popular hotels fully booked and tickets to famous scenic spots selling out.
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Ctrip.com, listed on Nasdaq: CTRP, is a leading travel service provider of accommodation reservation, transportation ticketing, packaged tours and corporate travel management in China.
308 million domestic tourism trips were made during the Chinese New Year (CNY) holiday this year, up 23.1% year on year, and recovered to 88.6% in the same period of 2019, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
Trip.com’s (formerly Ctrip) China domestic and international business continued to show strong recovery momentum in the third quarter of 2022. Both domestic hotel and air reservation revenue saw positive year-over-year growth, with the domestic hotel booking revenue increasing by 25% year over year.
Self-driving tour has become the standard for National Day Golden Week travel in 2021, and the popularity rises by 150% according to Mafengwo. From October 1 to 7, UnionPay online transactions totaled 2.72 trillion yuan, with 4.863 billion transactions, and the average number of daily transactions increased by 31.73% year on year. UnionPay data show […]
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Netsunion reported a total number of 13.382 billion online payment transactions with a total value of 7.23 trillion yuan during the past eight-day Golden Week holiday in China from 1 October. The average daily transaction processed by Netsunion during this period increased by 47% over the same period last year. The transaction scale on China’s […]
Other than returning to the hometown to reunite with the family, more and more Chinese people now choose the reverse route of Chinese New Year transportation or spending the Chinese New Year by touring. The overall popularity of Chinese New Year tourism has increased greatly; and, the proportion of the post-90s generation who chose to […]
China’s leading OTA Ctrip officially changed its corporate name to “Trip.com Group Limited” on October 25, 2019, and its ticker to “TCOM” on November 5, 2019. Trip.com Group operates a family of travel brands, which mainly consists of Trip.com, Ctrip, Skyscanner, and Qunar.
The total number of online travel agency (OTA) users in China reached 145.6 million in June 2019, according to data from Fastdata. Tier-2 cities in total saw the most number of OTA users (56.68 million) in June 2019, followed by tier-3 group and tier-1. Related Dossier: China Online Travel Lower-tier cities experienced faster growth in […]
Monthly unique devices of online travel platforms dropped to 199 million last December, which reached as high as 216 million last October. Most users who are used to install one app only chose to compare information and prices on different apps during peak travel season. Market penetration of online travel platforms was 14.7% with 199 […]
Online penetration in tourism reached 30.2% in December, a slight increase from 27% a year ago. Ctrip ranked top with a penetration of 15.8%, followed by Qunar (11.3%) and Fliggy (4.3%). Market penetration of online travel was 30.2% in December, an increase of 10.6% year-on-year. Its average DAU was 21.899 million, showing a slight decline […]
Air tickets online booking reached US$21.36 billion in Q4 2018, an increase of 3.58% year-on-year. Ctrip-affiliated agencies accounted for over 57% of total transactions. Alibaba’s Fliggy ranked third with a share of 17.53%. The transactions of online air ticket booking totaled 143.318 billion yuan (US$21.36 billion) in Q4 2018, an increase of 3.58% year-on-year and […]
China’s online accommodation booking market grew by 18.5% to US$7.01 bn in Q4 2018. The top 3 players combined accounted for 73.2% of the total. Ctrip placed first with a share of 46.4%. Meituan Dianping (14.3%) overtook Qunar (12.5%) to be the first runner-up. The online accommodation booking market totaled 47.11 billion yuan (US$7.01bn) in […]
The online travel market in China grew by 9.3% to US$39.25 billion in Q3 2018, driven by the summer vacation and the mid-autumn festival holiday. 68.6% of transactions are generated from online transportation booking. Ctrip (37.6%), Qunar (19.78%), and Fliggy (16.46%) combined accounted for 73.84% of air ticket booking transactions. Ctrip led online accommodation with a share […]
Chinese high-end travelers contributed over 80% overall overseas expenditure though they represented just around 20% in the population. Post-90s and post-00s combined accounted for 32% of total outbound travelers. Tier-2 cities showed stronger growth momentum in population and per capita spending than tier-1 cities. Chinese went on 130 million person-trips to overseas with a total […]