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    Bali suffers without Australian and Chinese tourists

    The post Bali suffers without Australian and Chinese tourists appeared first on TD (Travel Daily Media) Travel Daily. For almost a year now, local businesses on the island of Bali are struggling to survive due to the sharp drop of international arrivals. Australian and Chinese tourists are top foreign tourists visiting Bali. According to Statista.com, “In the first half of 2020, Australia was the largest feeder market for direct foreign tourist arrivals to Bali, Indonesia. In that year, Australians made around 222,000 visits to Bali. Chinese tourists made up the second-largest group of arrivals to Bali, at 117,000 arrivals. Bali is arguably Indonesia’s most popular tourist destination, and saw a…

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    Haikou receives over one million travellers during Chinese New Year holiday

    The post Haikou receives over one million travellers during Chinese New Year holiday appeared first on TD (Travel Daily Media) Travel Daily. As China celebrated its grandest annual event – the Chinese New Year, major tourist province in southern China, Hainan witnessed a surge in domestic travelling. According to Haikou Tourism Development Commission, the capital Haikou received a total of 1,171,100 visitors during the seven-day holiday, raking in RMB 1.291 billion (USD 0.20 billion). Changying Wonderland in Xiuying district in Haikou City of Hainan province saw a big jump in visitors during the Chinese New Year holiday. During the holiday, a variety of activities were carried out in major attractions…

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    How to attract more Chinese travellers post-COVID

    The post How to attract more Chinese travellers post-COVID appeared first on TD (Travel Daily Media) Travel Daily. One year in the pandemic, some destinations are adapting to the “new normal” and are focused on recovery. Thanks to the ongoing vaccine roll out and constant practice of minimum health standards, some even reopen their borders to brave international travellers. One of the strategies seen by some tourist destinations is to attract Chinese travellers, which is one of the biggest movers and shakers in travel. According to a report from GlobalData, China’s international departures declined by 52.5% in 2020 due to the outbreak of COVID-19. GlobalData’s COVID-19 Recovery surveys (*June 2020…