Tourism-related consumption in China in H1 2015 totaled 1.65 trillion yuan (US$0.26 trillion), an increase of 14.5% YoY with over 2 billion person-trips. 61.9 million Chinese traveled abroad in H1 2015, an increase of 16.11% YoY.
According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization, the number of global tourists grows 4% in the first 8 months of 2015. International tourists arrivals in Indonesia increased by 2.87%, and Chinese tourists to Indonesia grew by 20.74%.
China’s domestic travel frequency has been gradually increasing based on Qunar’s data from January to September 2015.
About 64,000 mainland Chinese travelers went to UK in the second quarter of 2015, according to the Office for National Statistics in the United Kingdom.
With the policy of “internet +” in China today, a large number of consumers tend to research the hotel information through online search engines, book or reserve hotels in OTA and hotel official websites, and share the experience in the social networking platforms. Chinese consumers’ demands are showed on the Internet; therefore internet data become […]
The total number of China’s tourists was estimated to exceed 4.1 billion person-trips in 2015, and more travellers would choose short-term accommodations during their trips.
According to a report by the Chinese online tourism website (tao.117go.com), as high as 61% of Chinese tourists have ordered air tickets and hotels in advance for over 10 days tour, by combining Mid-autumn Festival and Chinese National Day holiday together.
In recent years, with the penetration of online travel applications and improvement of people’s living standard, more and more people chose to travel on holidays. The total number of outbound and inbound tourists in China increased by 9.8% to 127 million in H1 2015 according to Mafengwo.cn.
In Q2 2015, China’s online accommodations booking market reached 19.52 billion yuan (US$3.09 billion), with an increase of 15.9% QoQ and 63.5% YoY.
Recently Hotels.cn released the fourth ” Survey on Chinese tourists traveling abroad in 2015″, which reveals that the sustained and steady growing China’s overseas travel market has brought enormous business opportunities to the global tourism and hotels. In 2014, the number of Chinese traveled abroad exceeded for the first time 107 million, with an increase […]
China online travel was a RMB307.79 billion (US$50.33 billion) market with an increase of 38.9% in 2014 according to iResearch. Online ticket market, online hotel booking market and online vacation exceeded RMB193.07 billion (US$31.57 billion), RMB63.25 billion (US$10.34 billion) and RMB44.88 billion (US$7.33 billion) respectively in 2014.
Qunar total revenues for the fourth quarter of 2014 were RMB519.8 million (US$83.8 million), an increase of 107.1% year-on-year. Mobile revenues were RMB257.5 million (US$41.5 million), an increase of 400.7% year-on-year, representing 49.5% of total and 52.3% of pay-for-performance (“P4P”) revenues, compared to 20.5% and 22.6%, respectively, in the corresponding period of 2013.