The netherlands becoming increasingly popular with Chinese tourists
Chinese tourists to know the Netherlands better. According to the Dutch Bureau for Tourism and Congresses (NBTC), the number of visitors from China will significantly increase in the coming years.
That reports The Telegraph Monday, the day in The Hague the European headquarters of the Chinese travel company Tangguo is opened.
The number of Chinese tourists in our country is the past five years, according to figures from the NBTC and CBS almost doubled to over 300,000. It is expected that this number within five years, grow to more than half a million.
“But Chinese people often do have different needs than typical tourists. For example, in the area of food. There will be the Dutch travel industry must accommodate,” says a spokeswoman of the NBTC.
‘Dissatisfied with standard
A lot of Chinese tourists are under 35 years also want to travelling differently than the Chinese in other age groups, reports the China Business Center Netherlands.
“These modern, well-trained Chinese twenty-somethings and thirty-somethings have different needs on a trip through Europe. They are not satisfied with the current standard offer and want to feel freer to move about in the Netherlands.”
The new generation of medium cars from China, want to individual on a trip in Europe. “These members want the true Dutch culture and lifestyle experience and also in their own tempo travel”, said a spokesman for Tangguo.
Apart from the Chinese visitors and hopes the NBTC hopes to have a million more tourists than last year, when more than 17 million foreigners, the Netherlands is visited.