China tourists prefer Southeast Asian cities

Published on : Thursday, December 7, 2017

chinaChinese tourists prefer most of the Southeast Asian cities like Bangkok, Tokyo, Hanoi, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bali and Manila to explore for its rich culture, history and food tradition.



According to World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF), it is noted that most of Chinese tourists used to travel the South East Asian cities to see its massive culture and traditions.




Its executive deputy secretary-general Li Baochun said according to studies, Southeast Asian cities like Bangkok, Hanoi, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bali and Manila were among the 10 most popular destinations among Chinese tourists.




Chinese tourists travel all over the world in massive numbers, especially during public holidays such as Lunar New Year, Chinese New Year and National Day. In 2016, more than 30 million trips were made between China and Southeast Asian countries, as well as about 700 million trips during China’s national day holiday from Oct 1 to 8 this year. In the first half of 2017, the Chinese tourists ranked number one for the most outbound trips, at 62 million trips.




The Visa-free regimes with China is the major factor in attracting China tourists to visit those countries.




According to him, the Chinese tourists were most drawn by the natural scenery and the chance to sample local food. Most of the cities are located near national parks and beaches… besides that, they also like tropical fruits especially durian, mangosteen and mango, which are famous in Malaysia and Thailand.




Li said Southeast Asian cities should work closely to package multi-city tours and itineraries to entice more Chinese travellers to the region as the demand for air travel continues to grow in China.




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