CHINESE TOURISTS HEAD TO TAIWAN IN SMALLER NUMBERS

Richard Moor -
Taiwan’s tourism inflow is stagnating and the main reason is the decreasing number of Chinese tourists. In August, 863,540 people from abroad visited the island. This represents a 3.4% decrease compar...

HALAL TOURISM GETTING STRONGER THAN EVER

Tomas Haupt -
In 2007, Euromonitor International reported that halal tourism had a great potential and was likely to boom in the coming years. The estimate was right. Since then, the number of Muslim travelers arou...

ATTITUDES TO GAY TOURISM ARE CHANGING WORLDWIDE

Bill Alen -
Gay tourism has become a hot topic in many countries that plan to invest in the LGBT market. Especially in Asia, the sector has been discussed since Taiwan became the first country in Asia to legalize...

BELGIAN TOURISM: BRUSSELS NUMBERS STEADILY INCREASING

Samuel Dorsi -
According to the latest figures from the Belgian Statistical Office, Belgian tourism is doing very well. In the Walloon Region, the number of nights booked increased by 5% last year and similar figure...

TOURISM IN MEXICO ANALYZING A VISA WAIVER PROGRAM

Anna Luebke -
Mexican government is considering a visa waiver program for 38 countries. The Permanent Commission of the International Statistical Congress urged the Secretariats of the Interior (SEGOB), of Foreign ...
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