Japan and Singapore have knocked Germany off the top spot of the Henley Passport Index, with citizens of both Asian nations now enjoying visa-free access to a record 180 destinations.
Positive indicators mirror outbound travel growth forecasts around the celebration of the Chinese New Year, one of the key periods when Chinese take holidays. According to the latest results of the Long-Haul Travel Sentiment Survey and Index Chinese willingness to travel overseas remains positive in the first months of 2018.
The travel intelligence experts at ForwardKeys say Chinese travelers will return to Europe to celebrate Chinese New Year at the end of January, reversing a downward trend at the end of 2016.
Russia took the first place among European destinations, and third in the overall list of countries visited by Chinese tourists during “Golden Week”, the national holiday of China.
Roman Chuev, General Director of the Mineralnye Vody International Airport, announced earlier this week a Chinese blogger tour slated to help boost tourism in the North Caucasus District. Our question is; “Hey, where is our invitation?”