Australian Tourism Targets Chinese Travelers

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February 21, 2013 – Chinese travelers to Australia are increasing by the day because of their national desire to visit many parts of the world. In fact, by 2020, Chinese tourists will reach a whopping 100 million. According to the statement of Shao Qiwei, Tourism Minister of China, the 100 million tourists from China may be arriving as soon as 2015. With this, Australia is trying to attract these Chinese tourists to travel to Australia on a tourist visitor visa.

Australian Tourism Targets Chinese Travelers

In November alone, Chinese traveler numbers went up by as much as 14 percent. The industry may even be seen to double to a $10 billion industry in the coming years. This may partly be attributed to the cheaper airfares being offered by international airlines and to the wider range of international budget air carriers.

For these Chinese people to be enticed to come to Australia and apply for Australian tourist visitor visa, the country should have its restaurateurs and hoteliers offer something that has a touch of the Chinese culture. This is according to Julie Gong, Chief Executive of China Ready and Accredited.

“Of course when they arrive they feel excited they want to try everything new, but after a few days, probably three days or four days they reach the stage of thinking, I feel like something I have in my home town. Especially when they travel, travel is always tiring at the end,” she added.

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