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Chinese tourists are the engine of global tourism, which accounts for more than 20 percent of global outbound spending

Date: 2018-06-17

The United Nations world tourism organization according to the latest data, global outbound tourists spent more than one 5 of total derived from Chinese tourists, the second American tourists spending only equal to half the Chinese tourists.

According to Singapore's lianhe zaobao on February 25, the global tourism industry has grown faster than the global economy every year over the past seven years, generating $7.6 trillion in revenue in 2016.
Nearly a quarter of the world's job growth over the next decade is expected to be related to tourism, which will be driven mainly by China's tourist population.
It is worth noting that only 5 per cent of China's population now has a passport, and that the Chinese government will issue about 10m new passports a year in the next few years, as is the size of its potential tourist army.

The Hong Kong investment bank clsa, predicts that by 2021 Chinese tourists outbound tourism consumption will reach a staggering $429 billion a year, and Chinese tourists are no longer just have flocked to Hong Kong shopping or to macau casino fight;
Expected down for three years, Japan, Thailand, the United States, Australia will be at the top in the list of Chinese tourists will swim hotspot, southeast Asian countries, especially in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, are expected to act.

Chinese tourists mainly travel in groups, but in recent years there has been a growing number of people choosing to travel freely, using the Internet to plan their own trips, book flights and book hotels.

Specifically for the Asian rich tourists custom niche tourism facilities, such as the Antarctic, the Himalayas, according to Singapore's tourism industry Zhang Tinghui many customers want according to his be fond of travel arrangement, they are not interested to join a package tour.

To welcome Chinese tourists, countries in the region have invested more than $100 billion to build more airports, railways, hotels and theme parks.
Visa says at least 178 new airports are being planned in the asia-pacific region, and hundreds of infrastructure is being expanded and upgraded.
The loss of tourist attraction in the crowded and increasingly popular traditional scenic spots has led to a second wave of changes in tourism, with more remote islands and unfrequented "shangri-la" becoming popular with tourists.

Indonesia wants to create "10 Bali islands";
Thailand is working with Japan to build a high-speed rail link between the capital Bangkok and the northern tourist city of Chiang mai.
The construction of railways along the east coast of Malaysia has led to the economic and tourism development of peng heng, dengjialou and jilandan, three east coast states.