The first report on China's up-and-coming customized travel sector to combine both industry and consumer insights. Findings include valuable takeaways for industry practitioners, and information on how COVID-19 has changed customized travelers’ priorities.
The top-ranking WeChat accounts for travel destinations, airlines, cruise lines, museums & attractions, and hotels, for the week of 1 August - 7 August, 2020.
In the August episode of The Chinese Tourism Podcast, we're joined by Veli Polat, Lufthansa Group Senior Director Sales for Greater China, for a deep dive into how the aviation industry has managed through the COVID-19 pandemic period.
The top-ranking Weibo accounts for travel destinations, airlines, cruise lines, museums & attractions, and hotels, for the week of 1 August - 7 August, 2020.
Jing Travel joins Dragon Trail to share what Chinese destinations, cultural attractions, hotels, airlines, and other travel businesses have done to inspire Chinese to travel again – and what practical tips we can learn from their example.
Dragon Trail's George Cao joins the Destination Mekong Summit on 25 August to offer insights on how the Mekong Region can win back Chinese tourists post COVID-19, how to build relationships with the trade now, and changing consumer sentiments.
Fastdata’s July report looks at the use of online travel platforms by China's post-95 generation, currently aged 20-25 years old. Findings include the most popular OTAs, as well as a comparison of accommodation preferences among post-85, post-90, and post-95 travelers.
The top-ranking WeChat accounts for travel destinations, airlines, cruise lines, museums & attractions, and hotels, for the week of 25 July - 31 July, 2020.
Chinese travel media TravelDaily has released a report on China’s Generation-Z, including data on this generation's most-used information sources and booking channels, and preferences for destinations and accommodation.