ITB World Travel Trends Report confirms Asia’s major role in global tourism

Published on : Tuesday, December 17, 2013

ITBasia_Banner_ABC_160x60The main driving forces in the international tourism markets in Asia this year , again . The International Syed Badrul World Travel Trends Report , commissioned annually by the world’s leading travel trade show managed to IPK . Impressive growth figures in Asia . When faced with strong Japanese market in general , the Chinese were particularly frequent travelers . It is now the world ‘s number one international travel market in China has been traveling costs . It has all of the missions and the fourth is the second stage .

Overall , Asia , the first eight months of 2013 , an increase of eight per cent for international departures . Less than two per cent from 26 per cent rise in Japanese , Chinese , significantly contribute to this trend . As next year’s forecasts . The Japanese market is predicted to remain stable , the Chinese market is expected to increase by almost 18 percent . Overall , the Asian source markets are expected to grow by nine per cent in 2014 .

Travel to Asia this year, China ‘s first increase in the tight space . In 2012 , about 45 million Chinese citizens traveling abroad , and the cost of nearly 84.4 billion dollars . Japan two times the size of the Chinese market . Appear smaller than China and other Asian markets . Korea , Hong Kong , Australia , India , Indonesia , for a total amount of international travel continues .

In Asia this year’s attendance figures were equally positive . World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), international arrivals grew by 6.3 per cent compared to January and August 2012 . Experienced increased demand , particularly in Southeast Asia , reported a 12 percent growth rate . Visitor numbers rose by six percent in South Asia . At four per cent , the Pacific economic growth rate was stable . In North East Asia , visiting just three per cent in 2012 , compared to three percent higher .

Asian countries are very interested in the Chinese travel . In 2013 , when the top four all , nearly 21 per cent to 28 per cent for short trips . The average U.S. $ 1,765 per trip , the sharp increase in overseas Chinese , the world ‘s largest cumaiyerruvor were intentional . Holiday travel itinerary this year, mainly for personal reasons , an increase of 30 per cent . City breaks and beach holidays round trip , was needed . Six per cent , compared to 2012 when the business travel market grew moderately .

Took second place in Europe and in the United States and Asia, when travel is usually an important growth market , China’s long-haul travel . Boom is set to continue : experts predict that China would be interested , just as the 2014 Tour . Almost 44 per cent of respondents from China , they are designed to travel more next year .


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