How do countries deal with Chinese visitors?

How do countries deal with Chinese visitors? 8

How do countries deal with Chinese visitors?

With 100 million foreign tourists, China is a tourist market that any country is interested in.

Set up a center ready to welcome Chinese visitors

In the first 4 months of this year, Cambodia welcomed 275,000 Chinese visitors, an increase of 13.6% compared to last year.

According to Cambodian Minister of Tourism Thong Khon, the center will train local tourism operators and travel agencies in communication skills in Chinese and Chinese culture.

Previously, the Ministry of Tourism also issued a white paper titled `Cambodian tourism is ready to welcome Chinese tourists`, with a 5-year strategy to attract tourists.

Separate your own area

Not only Asia, Switzerland also faces challenges when welcoming a large number of Chinese visitors.

In order to ease tensions between tourists due to cultural differences, in September 2015, Switzerland put into use a special train specifically for Chinese tourists with a frequency of 20 trips per week.

Some countries have issued codes of conduct for Chinese guests.

Issue a code of conduct

China is the largest international tourist market for Thai tourism in recent years.

Last year, Japan’s Hokkaido Tourism Board also came up with the idea of releasing a guidebook on how to behave in public in Chinese when many hotel owners expressed reluctance to rent rooms to Chinese guests.

Last June, China also issued 9 bans on domestic people’s actions when traveling.

See more: 9 prohibitions for Chinese tourists.

Vy An

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