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Insights on the travel behaviour of Asian millennials

Insights on the travel behaviour of Asian millennials | The Insight Files | Scoop.it

During the period 2015-2020, international arrivals to 38 countries and territories in Asia and the Pacific are forecast to increase by 22 per cent, according to PATA’s five-year forecast. In the next 10 to 15 years, Asian countries are set to drive exponential growth in both intra-regional and inter-regional travel. This report takes a closer look at the travel tastes and attitudes of millennials in Asia, explaining how stakeholders in global tourism can work together to take Asian millennials ‘off the beaten track’ so that their hunger for travel experiences may benefit more young people and the destinations they visit. Download the report.

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Study reveals economic value of outbound travel

In the UK, outbound travel directly contributes more than £22 billion to the economy, representing 1.6% of UK GDP, according to new research released today.

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The most popular destinations of 2015 for Australians named

The most popular destinations of 2015 for Australians named | The Insight Files | Scoop.it

Asia remains the focus for Australians looking for holiday inspiration, if 2015's most searched destinations is anything to go by. Five of the top 10 most destinations searched on Traveller.com.au in 2015 were in Asia. But the number 1 destination for Traveller.com.au's readers was not Bali or Thailand, but rather, Japan. Number 2 on the list was perennial favourite New York City, while Bali came in at number 3, followed by New Zealand. Australia's neighbour across the Tasman Sea is the number one destination for outbound Australians, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, with more than 100,000 Australian residents heading there in October alone. The most searched destinations in Australia were Melbourne, Sydney and Broken Hill. Find out more.

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