- Since the deep impact of the international financial crisis was yet to end as at the end of the review period, arrivals in China recorded a decline of 3% in 2013 in terms of the number of inbound trips. The financial crisis resulted in weaker job security in Western countries, which led to tighter budgets for the residents of those countries. Neighbouring countries, such as India and Thailand, relaxed their visa policies and this led to even-greater competition and posed a strong threat to China’s tourism industry, as Western visitors were sometimes choosing those countries where the prices of commodities were much lower than in China. Moreover, the serious air pollution in China, especially in major cities such as Beijing and Shanghai, also deterred inbound visitors. In addition, impacted by the tense situation between China and Japan, arrivals from Japan fell sharply by 15% in 2013.
- Inbound tourism in China is expected to record rising year-on-year growth from 2015 onwards after reaching a low point in 2013 in terms of inbound arrivals, with numbers growing at a CAGR of 2% for inbound arrivals and at a CAGR of 3% at constant 2013 prices for incoming tourist receipts. With stronger efforts from the China National Tourism Administration to promote the country as an attractive destination to foreign tourists by optimising facilities such as transport, China’s inbound tourism is set to recover. The new tourism law launched in late 2013 is also set to improve standardisation within China’s tourism industry, in order to realise modernisation and industrialisation of China’s tourism industry. Furthermore, more emphasis will be put on finding solutions to current problems, including severe air pollution and more-careful planning with regard to tourist attractions and travel agencies over the forecast period.
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Table of Contents
Tourism Flows Inbound in China - Category Analysis
- Table 1 Arrivals by Country of Origin: Number of Trips 2008-2013
- Table 2 Arrivals by Mode of Transport: Number of Trips 2008-2013
- Table 3 Arrivals by Purpose of Visit: Number of Trips 2008-2013
- Table 4 Business Arrivals by MICE Penetration: Number of Trips 2008-2013
- Table 5 Leisure Arrivals by Type: % Trips 2008-2013
- Table 6 Incoming Tourist Receipts by Geography: Value 2008-2013
- Table 7 Incoming Tourist Receipts by Category: Value 2008-2013
- Table 8 Method of Payment for Incoming Tourist Receipts: % Value 2008-2013
- Table 9 Forecast Arrivals by Country of Origin: Number of Trips 2013-2018
- Table 10 Forecast Arrivals by Mode of Transport: Number of Trips 2013-2018
- Table 11 Forecast Arrivals by Purpose of Visit: Number of Trips 2013-2018
- Table 12 Forecast Incoming Tourist Receipts by Geography: Value 2013-2018
Travel and Tourism in China - Industry Context
Strong growth supported by a growing need for relaxation and exposure to foreign cultures
Decelerating economy and anti-corruption policies underpin the slowdown in growth
Investments, mergers and acquisitions consolidate the leading positions of top players
Retail offline sales still dominate while online sales enjoy buoyant growth
Upbeat outlook for travel and tourism over the forecast period
- Table 13 Leave Entitlement: Volume 2008-2013
- Table 14 Seasonality of Trips: % Breakdown 2008-2013
BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
- Table 15 Balance of Tourism Payments: Value 2008-2013
- Summary 2 Research Sources