As Korea starts reopening to international travel, we interviewed the Korea Tourism Board's Chief Representative in Shanghai, Lee Hyunjin, about their new WeChat mini-program for MICE, world-class facilities, and the cultural exports that keep Korea in the limelight.
As part of South African Tourism's September digital roadshow for China, three Virtual Fam Trips transported hundreds of Chinese travel trade professionals to South African hotels, national parks and more through digital technology.
Amid continuing international travel restrictions, WeChat stands out as a communications channel for information on changing rules, cancellations, and safety protocols, as well as a source of inspiration for destinations and attractions. Check our full Q3 data here.
Dragon Trail is proud to have contributed design work for Universal Beijing Resort, including online assets for use by sales partners, advertisements for travel agencies, and even a tour bus. Check out this gallery to see some of the designs our team worked on.
Dragon Trail's first project working with TikTok helped the Kenya Tourism Board and African Wildlife Foundation to promote a five-day live stream across TikTok, Douyin, Xigua, and Toutiao, reaching 4.11 million viewers in more than 80 countries.
Dragon Trail brought together Chile’s tourism promotion organization with travel KOL Qijuanjuan and world-famous photography brand Polaroid to promote Chile to Chinese tourists on WeChat, Weibo, and other Chinese social media channels.
The recent success of sportswear brand Erke and cosmetics brand KANS reveals Chinese consumers' attention to social issues, their power to vote with their wallets, and the evolution of the live stream from pure e-commerce to public forum.
The Kenya Tourism Board relaunched its WeChat account on 12 April, 2021, with an updated strategy to inform and inspire the post-pandemic Chinese traveler.