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 […]
Alipay has just introduced a version of its popular app designed specifically for international travelers to enjoy the ease of paying with their smartphones while visiting mainland China. And, no local mobile number or bank account is required.
China residents took 149.72 million outbound trips in 2018. The per-capita expenditure on the consumption of education, cultural, and entertainment products accounted for 11% of per-capita consumption expenditure. Tourism market overview 2018 China recorded a total of 5.54 billion domestic person-trips in 2018, up 10.8% from 2017, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. […]
China altogether received 5. 68 billion person-trips in 2018, 5.539 million of which were domestic tips and 141.2 million were inbound trips. Outbound person-trips totaled 149.72 million, increased by 14.7% year-on-year. China’s tourism industry brought in 5.97 trillion yuan in revenue, an increase of 10.5% year-on-year. The tourism industry contributed 9.94 trillion yuan to GDP […]
60.47 million people traveled to China in 2017, which was decreased by 0.4% year-on-year in H1 2018. Residents in Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan accounted for around 80% of the total. The mainland China generated US$32.6 billion from international inbound visitors in 2017, less than Hong Kong’s US$33.3 billion.
China’s domestic travel market reached 4.44 billion person-trips in 2016, an increase of 11% YoY. The corresponding revenues totaled 3.9 trillion yuan with a growth of 14% according to China National Tourism Administration.
Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan were the top three inbound tourism sources in January 2016 according to China National Tourism Administration. Also read: China Travel Market Overview for Q4 2015
As of 31 December 2015, the number of travel agencies in China reached 27,621 according to China National Tourism Administration.
China’s travel market reached a total number of of 4.12 billion person-trips in 2015 according to China National Tourism Administration. China’s domestic travel market exceeded 40 million person-trips contributing over 4 trillion yuan (US$0.61 trillion) for China.
China’s outbound free & easy trip market reached 930 billion yuan (US$142.53 billion) with over 80 million person-trips in 2015. China’s domestic free & easy travel market totaled 3 trillion yuan (US$0.46 trillion) with 3.2 billion person-trips in 2015 according to Lvmama.
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.
Under the great efforts of the government, China’s cross-border consumption would enter a period of rapid development. The cross-border e-commerce would double the growth targets in the next three years, according to the annual cross-border consumption index report released by Xinhua News Agency and Visa.
In H1 2015, the total number of outbound and inbound tourists in China reached 127 million, with an increase of 9.8% year over year according to China Tourism Academy. The number of inbound tourists reached 65.1 million, with a YoY increase of 4.5%, which exceeded outbound tourism (61.9 million visitors) by 3.2 million. After several years […]
“In 2014, total direct investment in China travel industry exceeded RMB705.3 billion (US$114.94 billion), which settled 88.5 million people’s employment, representing 11% of total employment in China”, said by Shao Qiwei, the former head of China Tourism Administration. China’s travel market is expected to accept 6 billion person-trips by 2020.
According to data from China Tourism Academy, total revenue generated from China inbound tourism market reached $51.646 billion with an increase of 3.27% year on year, ranking 4th in the world, following America, France and Spain in 2013.