Some 800,000 visitors from mainland China flocked to U.S. tourist destinations last year, 91,000 of them to San Francisco.
Chinese tourism to California increased 49 percent from 2009 to 2010, topping 400,000 visitors for the first time. By 2015, it’s expected to surpass 700,000 per year and seasoned magazine publication, “Asian Tourist Guide” is taking notice.
The Asian Tourist Guide is the leading foreign tourist publications in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, San Francisco, Chicago and Hawaii, six key travel destinations in the US.
There mission is to provide their readers with the latest information, emerging trends, most exciting places, new experiences and sensations. From entertainment to luxury, they bring an energetic and stylish take on traveling. Offering tourists a tailored experience.
“China is an untapped pot of gold,” said Carla Simpson, Director of Marketing for the companies west coast region. “We want to be the #1 go to place in the world for the Chinese visitor, as they look to spend their money. San Francisco is a leading global destination for Chinese travelers and is infused with a strong local Chinese culture,” she continued.
“They buy a lot, and they buy very high-end stuff,” Simpson said. “We have also found they don’t stay long enough in San Francisco before they head to Las Vegas, Chicago, Hawaii or New York, which is why we’ve expanded highlighting the top travel destinations of the affluent Asian tourist market.
The Asian Tourist Guide has created the most comprehensive research on tourism within the industry. Monitoring and analyzing industry trends around the world, including in-depth data on market share and market size – from the “big picture” qualitative analysis; down to specific category data.
Their tourism market research answer questions such as:
- What is the market size of outbound tourism?
- How big is outbound travel in terms of departures and spending?
- Which international destinations are the most popular?
Contact the Asian Tourist Guide today and request a media kit. Also ask about their new age bartering system, which is the publications ” new take on an old idea”, specifically created with the hospitality industry in mind. Call 323-710-5678 or 310-289-6990 and ask for Carla or email firstname.lastname@example.org.