Chinese people not traveling to Thailand following military coup

Chinas largest online travel agency is extending a thirty percent discount on tours to the beaches and malls of Thailand. The Chinese people are not buying it. A tour operator reportedly stated that Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore are traditionally the favorite tourism route for the Chinese, This year, that route was affected a lot.
Travelers from China made up a tenth of all arrivals in the year 2012 in Southeast Asia. The very recent falloff jeopardizes an industry which employs millions and also contributes billions and billions of dollars to the gross domestic product of the region.
Chinese visitors have been the fastest developing tourism market for ten member Association of Southeast Asian Nations, describing for the majority of the addition over the last decade, according to a leading economist.
Chinese visitors have been discouraged by the political violence of Thailand as well as the mysterious disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines plane that was bound for Beijing. Thailand saw 342547 travelers from China back in July, a twenty five percent drop from the similar time a year earlier, showed a data from Ministry of Tourism and Sports. Travelers from the whole of China accounted for 18 percent of total travelers to Thailand that month, compared with twenty one percent a year earlier.
The number saw a decline after the countrys army seized the power on a coup on 22nd May. Some believed the airline disaster and the military coup are temporary factors which would dissipate in time.

Chinas largest online travel agency is extending a thirty percent discount on tours to the beaches and malls of Thailand. The Chinese people are not buying it. A tour operator reportedly stated that Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore are traditionally the favorite tourism route for the Chinese, This year, that route was affected a lot.

Travelers from China made up a tenth of all arrivals in the year 2012 in Southeast Asia. The very recent falloff jeopardizes an industry which employs millions and also contributes billions and billions of dollars to the gross domestic product of the region.

Chinese visitors have been the fastest developing tourism market for ten member Association of Southeast Asian Nations, describing for the majority of the addition over the last decade, according to a leading economist.

Chinese visitors have been discouraged by the political violence of Thailand as well as the mysterious disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines plane that was bound for Beijing. Thailand saw 342547 travelers from China back in July, a twenty five percent drop from the similar time a year earlier, showed a data from Ministry of Tourism and Sports. Travelers from the whole of China accounted for 18 percent of total travelers to Thailand that month, compared with twenty one percent a year earlier.

The number saw a decline after the countrys army seized the power on a coup on 22nd May. Some believed the airline disaster and the military coup are temporary factors which would dissipate in time.

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