"Everybody wants rich Chinese Tourist"

dimanche 12 mai 2019

Chinese Tourists spend a lot on Mobile Payment

Chinese explorers are spending more cash than any other time in recent memory on abroad outings, with 60 percent of guests to Europe distinguishing versatile installment as their first decision, another investigation says.

2018 Trends


 A Nielsen and Alipay report, titled 2018 Trends of Chinese Mobile Payment in Outbound Tourism, finds that the normal spending plan for Chinese tourists making a trip abroad expanded to more than $6,026 per individual in 2018. Somewhere in the range of 69 percent of tourists utilized portable installment when spending abroad, up 4 percent from the earlier year. In excess of 147 million Chinese tourists voyaged abroad in 2017 and spent a sum of $220 billion, as per the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. source: https://www.nationaledweek.com/chinese-tourists-spend-a-lot-on-mobile-payment/

vendredi 10 mai 2019

China high End outbound Medical Tourism Market


While the availability of medical care is a subject of great debate in the United States, the quality of medical care offered generally is not. Then, when the stomach cancer of Chinese citizen Guo Shushi was incurable in China and quickly killed him, Guo, with the help of a company that specializes in helping Chinese clients seek medical treatment abroad, was in Dana Farber, in Boston, who was being treated with an immunotherapy drug. available in China. "When I arrived, I could feel how big the gap was," Mr. Guo said of the difference in care. However, closing the gap was not cheap; in general, Guo paid $ 220,000 out of pocket to survive stomach cancer.

It is known that China's health care system is plagued with problems of access (and quality problems), but it seems that these problems affect less and less the upper class of China, since they can seek foreign treatment for medical problems.
Medical tourism is not a new idea, although in the past it was associated with medical tourists from the first world who tried to save costs in non-critical jobs, such as plastic surgery or dental treatments. Chinese medical tourists, on the other hand, do not seek to save as much money as they hope to save themselves from the medical results of a health system in the developing world.
In total, Chinese citizens made 500,000 outbound medical trips last year, five times more than the previous year, according to Ctrip.com International, a Chinese travel booking company that offers medical travel on its website.

The private aircraft rental company based in Hong Kong sees a growing interest among ultra-wealthy Chinese individuals in luxury travel abroad for medical and wellness reasons. The main destinations for Chinese medical tourists who tend to be more sensitive to prices are Japan, Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand. However, the ultra-rich with a personal net worth of at least USD50 million are less sensitive to prices. They prefer to fly in a private jet and are increasingly choosing to travel abroad to Europe and the United States for treatments, medicines and more advanced technologies that are not available in China or the Asia Pacific region.
The market information provider, Global Growth Markets, estimates that outgoing Chinese medical tourism is a market of USD9.7 billion. "Around 4,300 ultra-rich Chinese sought medical care and health treatment abroad in 2015, spending more than USD450 million in IVF, advanced treatments for cancer and heart, stem cell treatments, health checks and wellness programs. On top of that, these ultra rich patients spent more than USD100 million on trips and sightseeing for these medical trips. "We expect this segment to grow faster than the rest of the market, around 30% annually in the coming years, since more than half of these ultra wealthy people will seek treatment abroad in the future," said Pete Read, CEO of Global growth markets.
Source Kaero



Top Destination 


"We are seeing an increasing number of inquiries about private jet flights to France, Germany, Switzerland, the United States and the United Kingdom from our ultra-wealthy Chinese clients for medical tourism, not only are there advanced specialized hospitals in these countries, but also cultural milestones and experiences that are popular among our clientele Sometimes family members travel abroad together for health check-ups and a family vacation, "said the founder and president of L'VOYAGE, Diana Chou. 


"To meet the growing trend of wellness and medical tourism, we serve our flight menus with strict dietary instructions upon request and help reserve flights back to the desired private jets for follow-up medical appointments. At this time, many of our ultra-high value Chinese customers take off from Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Guangzhou airports, but we expect a gradual increase in flights from inland cities such as Dalian, Chengdu and Chongqing, where the population of Ultra-wealthy individuals are expected to grow at a faster rate than other cities. "



Overview of the Chinese outbound Medical Tourism 


  • Over half a million outbound medical travellers a year
  •  They spend over 10 bn USD on Treatment and Travel Health care is one of the first concerns of the wealthy Chinese class (HNWI) source MarketingtoChina

lundi 3 décembre 2018

How to penetrate Chinese Travel Market ?

Today we will advise you an interesting reading... 
This blog make an article about Chinese travel Market 
With predictions of 200 million + outbound travels every year by 2020, one of China’s millions of passenger passengers are one of the longest passengers. The Phocuswright-IGT study provides’ ‘Unbounded China: Increasing China’s Oubound Millions’ data, provides insight on Chinese travel preferences and destination selection, and its potential impacts in the global travel ecological system.
In this blog, we cover important points from the IGT / Fox Wide China report, and provide recommendations on tourism places in the Chinese market, recently lower trends and lower travel travel business Load their effects on the line

Important Chinese travel cycle trends according to the purchase pattern:
Motivation: Travel starts online
  • Research through social apps such as Mobile WeChat, Ctrip, etc. is key to social sharing and even booking
  • Shopping, social community, videos and local celebrities are very important
Research: It’s all local and digitalLocal Local ATA Books and Research Leadership – Ctrip is a leading website among online booking travelers
  • Planning, research and research of websites, apps and smartphones
  • China’s small passengers use fast-to-use Watts platform to investigate pre-travel.
  • The average age of Chinese passenger is between 22-44
Buy On Online:
  • Packages go through 53% of apps and mobile websites
  • China’s online payment methods do not match any other major travel market
  • 38% mobile packaging books, 37% mobile phones in the application account

samedi 1 décembre 2018

Fliggy expands partnerships with Tourism Major players in China


Alibaba's online travel platform, Fliggy, and Shangri-La hotels and resorts announced Thursday a new collaboration that extends the benefits program of Shangri-La members to Fliggy members. Fliggy partnered with airlines, high-end hotels, and other travel ... Increased sales on Fliggy are likely related to Alibaba


Fliggy expands partnerships with Tourism Major players in China 


Shangri-La is the leading operator of luxury hotels and resorts in Asia-Pacific, with over 100 locations in the region, as well as Europe, North America and the Middle East. It is also the last international travel and hotel brand to merge its loyalty program with Fliggy's, joining other heavyweights such as Marriot International, American Airlines and Singapore Airlines.
source :


"Fliggy is a popular platform among young travelers, characterized by their energy and creativity. We look forward to seeing the fruits of the marriage between Fliggy's vast user base and the highly acclaimed Shangri-la brand, "
source alibaba blog

"Together, Fliggy and Shangri-La will provide consumers with more and better travel offers as the travel industry becomes a digital age," 


As part of the collaboration, all Fliggy members will be eligible for the Gold VIP program of the Golden Circle program of the Hong Kong-based hotel group. Fliggy members who have achieved higher membership levels due to the accumulation of travel points will be eligible for additional top-tier benefits from the hotel group. source fliggy

For example, Fliggy's F2 members who have spent five nights at one of the Shangri-La hotels may be awarded Jade Golden Circle status and related privileges, such as additional Golden Circle reward points, free late check-out and welcome products. F3 members must only spend one night in a Shangri-La hotel to earn Golden Circle Jade status. They can also reach the Diamond level by staying an additional 10 nights over a period of three months. Diamond members can take advantage of all the benefits offered to Jade members, as well as other services, such as priority check-in and check-out and widening access to the VIP Lounge.

Irene Lin, vice president of marketing at Shangri-La, said the group values ​​Chinese tourists and that the goal of the collaboration with Fliggy is to attract new members to the Golden Circle program.
The latest collaboration underscores Fliggy's commitment to making travel easier and more convenient for Chinese travelers. 


According to the National Tourism Administration of China, Chinese travelers made 131 million departures in 2017, an increase of 7% over the previous year. China was also the largest source of tourists in several Asian countries, such as Thailand, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia and Vietnam, the same year.


Alibaba Group's internationalization strategy is underpinned by its Global Five initiatives: global purchasing, global sales, global payments, global delivery and global entertainment. In keeping with Global Fun's vision of promoting international travel, Fliggy is working with major brands in China and around the world to present a growing range of experiences to Chinese tourists.

mercredi 14 novembre 2018

Chinese Tourists come back to France !

The number of Chinese tourists jumped in France after two years of decline. Chinese tourists are back in France! After two years marked by the attacks and the aggressions of Asian tourist groups, the tourist frequentation starts again, carried especially by the Chinese clientele. More than two million Chinese came to our country in 2017, and this year, they are even more numerous with an increase of between 5 and 7%.

France is a Dream for Chinese Travellers


 

France Top 7 Destination for Chinese !


For the Chinese, France is the 7th world destination behind Thailand, Japan, Australia, Hong Kong, South Korea and the United States. It is also the European country that attracts the most vacationers often spending. Among the tourists who come to the Hexagon, the Chinese are the ones who spend the most, with an average of 1,647 euros per person, according to a study by the Bank of France. Most of them are graduates, come from large cities (Shanghai, Beijing and Canton),

  • and visit Paris, 
  • the French Riviera 
  • and the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. 


LYON is very Popular among Chinese Tourists with +33% Chinesevisitors per year
France is so popular 

VISA 


 Facilitated visa application In the face of competition from other countries, France shortened the deadline for obtaining a tourist visa for a Chinese person at 48 hours, which is very pleasing to Ms. Li who submitted her application to the visa center set up by France in Beijing. "It does not seem complicated to have a visa, it's my third trip, and twenty years ago I went to Europe to visit France and Italy. last year, I went to Britain, "she says. Tourists looking for luxury The majority of Chinese tourists, about 60%, travel in groups because many do not speak English. There is a luxury tourism and recently young people travel with their backpack, it is a new phenomenon. Zhang Rui, director of Utour, one of China's biggest tour operators, says that "most middle-class people like to sleep in the best hotel possible in the center of Paris near the Louvre Museum". A clientele who also likes "dinner on the Champs-Elysées or go to a famous Paris cafe"

dimanche 11 novembre 2018

The Chinese travel market, the world's largest issuer market !

The Chinese travel market, the world's largest issuer market ! 



With a number of travelers out of mainland China estimated according to sources between 62 and 70 million in the first half of 2017 (stays and excursions to Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macao included), China will once again strengthen its position as the world's leading transmitter market, notably with a 14% increase in issuing flows outside Greater China

The expenditure of Chinese visitors would also show a very strong increase in the first half of 2017 (+ 19%). After a difficult 2016, France has shown remarkable resilience: tourist flows from China are progressing again, and the destination should welcome this year more than 2 million visitors and thus maintain its position as European leader, despite intensifying competition. The delicate security environment of recent months in Europe does not seem to have a significant impact on Chinese visitor flows. According to forecasts by the World Tourism Organization (WTO), the size of the Chinese transmitter market could represent 220 million potential travelers by 2020.
The main data are:

  1. Population: 1.349 billion people
  2. Growth rate in 2017: + 6.8%
  3. Forecast of the growth rate in 2018: + 6.5%
  4. GDP per capita in US Dollar: US $ 8480

Main market trends and recommendations for addressing it
The Chinese clientele is experiencing a very significant increase in volume in the markets of secondary cities and a more qualitative evolution in the most mature markets (Shanghai, Beijing and Canton)

Chinese Tourists to Europe 


The majority of Chinese tourists who come to France for the first time still do so in groups (15-40 people) and discovery trips to Europe, usually from 3 to 4 countries. In recent months, there have been two very clear trends: the decrease in the number of people in the groups and the reduction in the number of countries visited. The development of individual customers and repeaters makes it possible to offer more and more thematic stays in Paris but also in the regions. The millenials (20-35 years old), ultra-connected travelers, independent, and in search of authentic experiences, constitute today 60% of Chinese tourists traveling abroad (40% for Europe). The family trip, perceived by Chinese parents as a beneficial element for the development and education of children, is becoming increasingly popular.

Shopping 


Shopping remains the number one expense item for Chinese travelers, although it is not necessarily the primary motivation for choosing a destination. China is already the world's largest market for MICE, especially for Incentive travel, which should still show a good growth in the coming years.
Networks and social media are specific to mainland China (Google, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are censored) and have become essential attractions for Chinese tourists. The Wechat platform, which boasts more than 900 million users, is now the first source of information to learn about a destination. M-tourism is also essential: Chinese tourists use massively mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) to learn about destinations, book services or share their travel experiences


Working in the Chinese market requires, first and foremost, developing strong and regular relationships with TO Chinese professionals and travel agencies, media and social networks, and opinion leaders, who strongly influence individual customers.
Read also :
http://seoagencychina.com/10-tips-tricks-attract-chinese-tourists-online/



samedi 10 novembre 2018

What is a Bad Chinese Travellers? this video explains everything

We go on tour in Paris with the Chinese tour groups who have joined the notorious club of the world's worst tourists
 What is a Bad Chinese Travellers? this video explains everything
 


From setting fire to curtains inside an aeroplane cabin and hurling scalding noodles over a flight attendant to urinating in public places, Chinese tourists have gained a bad reputation.
One in 10 travellers worldwide is from China. Outside Asia, their destination of choice is France, where their museum visits and shopping for luxury labels account for a sizeable chunk of tourism profits.
Despite complaints from locals, officials in Paris want to double the number of Chinese visitors to five million a year. source

Anyway good news Chinese Tourists are Returning to France 
source Frenchblog