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Hotel & Tourism SMARTreport #43

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EVENTS © IFTM Top Resa IFTM Top Resa 2018 EVENTS CALENDAR 17-19 JULY 2019 Hotel Investment Conference Australia New Zealand (HICAP ANZ) Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Sydney, Australia anz.hicapconference.com 21-22 JULY 2019 China Tourism Forum DoubleTree by Hilton Philadelphia Center City, Philadelphia, PA, USA https://noncredit.temple.edu/ctf2019 3-7 AUGUST 2019 GBTA Convention McCormick Place, Chicago, IL, USA https://convention.gbta.org/ 5-7 AUGUST 2019 HTNG Insight Summit North America Park City, Utah, United States www.htng.org/page/ISNA2019_SaveDate 10-16 AUGUST 2019 Virtuoso Travel Week Las Vegas, NV, USA https://virtuosomeetings.virtuoso.com 28-30 AUGUST 2019 Equip&Dine Asia Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore www.equipdineasia.com/en-gb.html 4-5 SEPTEMBER 2019 HSMAI Curate The Breakers Palm Beach, Palm Beach, FL, USA www.hsmai.org/curate2018 8-12 SEPTEMBER 2019 PURE Life Experiences Marrakesh, Morocco www.purelifeexperiences.com 9-10 SEPTEMBER 2019 Future Guest Experience Henderson, NV, USA https://guestexperience.wbresearch.com/ 10-12 SEPTEMBER 2019 IMEX America Sands Expo Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV, USA www.imexamerica.com/ 16-18 SEPTEMBER 2019 HTNG Asia-Paciific Conference Bangkok, Thailand www.htng.org/page/APC_2019 17-19 SEPTEMBER 2019 The Hotel Show Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates www.thehotelshow.com 18-20 SEPTEMBER 2019 PATA Travel Mart Korme Exhibition Center, Nur-Sultan (Astana), Kazakhstan www.pata.org/ptm/ 18-21 SEPTEMBER 2019 WTA Xianghu Dialogue Hangzhou, China www.wta-web.org 21-24 SEPTEMBER 2019 World Routes Adelaide, Australie www.routesonline.com/events/204/worldroutes-2019 23-26 SEPTEMBER 2019 ILTM North America Fairmont Mayakoba, Riviera Maya, Mexico www.iltm.com/northamerica 24-26 SEPTEMBER 2019 IT & CM Asia - Incentive Travel & Conventions, Meetings Bangkok Convention Centre, CentralWorld Bangkok, Thailand https://itcma.com 1-4 OCTOBER 2019 IFTM Top Resa Porte de Versailles, Paris, France www.iftm.fr/en-gb.html 2 OCTOBER 2019 The Hotel Distribution Event The Montcalm Marble Arch, London, United Kingdom https://hoteldistributionevent.com 16-18 OCTOBER 2019 ITB Asia Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore www.itb-asia.com A CLEVERDIS Publication, 65 avenue Jules Cantini, Tour Méditerranée, 13006 Marseille - France - Tel: + 33 442 77 46 00 E-mail : info@cleverdis.com - www.cleverdis.com SARL capitalised at Euro 155,750 - VAT FR 95413604471 - RCS Marseille B 413 604 471 Publisher: Gérard Lefebvre - Publishing Director: Jean-Guy Bienfait Managing Director: Jean-François Pieri - Marketing Manager: Nathalie Meissner Editor-in-Chief: Richard Barnes - Head of Editorial team: John Falchetto Art Director: Hélène Beunat. 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ELITE TRAVEL TRENDS Hotel & Tourism SMARTreport #43 2019 Summer Edition 11 11 © MStudioImages - iStock by Getty Images HIGH-END CHINESE TRAVELLERS INCREASINGLY SEEKING “UNIQUE” EXPERIENCES For travel professionals, there is no doubt that Chinese high-end customised travellers bring a greater per person return on investment to spending on tourism resources than any other group. This is just as crucial for well-established destinations that want to further develop their Chinese market-share as it is for niche destinations which are just beginning to attract Chinese tourists. The China Outbound Tourism Research Institute (COTRI) forecasts that the YoY growth rate of the Chinese outbound travel market will be 11%, with 4 million people going overseas by 2030. Based on the market’s impressive growth, Ctrip Customised Travel forecasts that high-end customised travel will grow by 200% over the next three years. The latest report by COTRI for Ctrip also indicates that the tastes of high-end customised travel clients around activities and dining experiences are changing. They are increasingly switching from sampling local cuisine and street food to learning the methods of how locals cook traditional dishes and the stories behind food. Thailand, Japan, and Italy rank as the top three overseas destinations for Chinese foodies, according to the survey. In the following pages, we take a look at how luxury travel is evolving in APAC and around the globe, with a spotlight on Chinese high-end tourists.