Chinese are getting richer and richer and have the desire to travel.
In a growing world, the Chinese are getting richer and the desire to travel. Indeed, China meets strong economic growth in recent years. The Chinese middle class is becoming easier financially. Today it is the main target of large industries fashion, cosmetics, but also in that of tourism. There was another 10 years, the number of Chinese traveling worldwide was 10 million. This figure is multiplied by 10 today and what is remarkable is that Chinese tourists are seen as "walking wallets". Indeed, the Chinese spend an average of $ 7,000 during their various escapades in the four corners of the world.
Chinese tourists: the most richer tourist in the worldTour operators and destination countries do not want to lose a penny in this new growing business. Indeed, much pampered Chinese tourists to keep them coming back each year. The games are impressive, as in 2012, spending by Chinese tourists when they were on holiday abroad were around $ 102 billion and according to current trends, this figure will increase each year.
When the Chinese are on vacation, they do not hesitate to spend so much money to satisfy their desire and more, they want to assert their economic success and often opt for a luxury tourism. Chinese tourists are now the most pampered in the world, European destinations are now launching procedures to facilitate visas for Chinese tourists. If such decisions have been taken, it is because the Chinese refer their big during their various escapades in Europe. The Chinese do not relate not only the happiness of the major hotels, but they are also the happiness of destination cities because when leaving, Chinese spending around 1500 euros for souvenir items.
Chinese tourists: the most protected in the world ?The influx of Chinese tourists in Europe is something for everyone including pickpockets and thugs. Indeed, Asian tourists, including Chinese and Japanese are accustomed to take with them a large sum of money liquid which makes them very vulnerable to theft and assault. European authorities must take the necessary measures to face this problem. The Chinese authorities are quite strict about this, because many cases of attacks have been recorded in recent years. A partnership agreement between the European and Chinese police are currently being signed in order to ensure maximum safety of Chinese citizens traveling to Europe. Chinese police are sent to Europe to keep an eye out for possible attacks against their compatriots. These are posted on the tourist sites most visited in Europe, especially in the vicinity of the Champs-Elysées and the Eiffel Tower in Paris.