New first-tier cities have seen great numbers in outbound travelers. The top 10 popular destinations with the fastest growth in tourist numbers were Morocco, Turkey, Tunisia, Czech, Germany, Spain, the UAE, England, Netherlands and Iceland. In 2017, Thailand and Japan remained the two hottest destinations, attracting 9.8 million (28% of total inbound visitors) and 7.35 million (25.6% of total inbound visitors) tourists from the Chinese Mainland respectively.

Ctrip’s tailor-made travel and local guide platform has served millions of tourists in 2017, an annual increase of 220%. Federal Deficits or Surpluses, 1968 to 2017 Percentage of Gross Domestic Product Percentage of Gross Domestic Product Debt Debt held by the public is roughly equal to the sum of annual deficits and surpluses. Other cities such as Changsha (up by more than 200%) and Xi’an (up by more than 300%) were dark horses and have witnessed a surge in the number of outbound tourists. This is reflected in Ctrip’s outbound data which saw Hong Kong Disneyland and Universal Studios Singapore taking the first two places in the 2016 10 most popular points of interest list. Such personalized trips designed by Ctrip travel planners are becoming a popular option. Beijing ranked first with an average spending of RMB 6817. The Chinese, Brazilian, Indian, and United States government budgets are the figures reported by the International Monetary Fund.. General government spending provides an indication of the size of government across countries.

This page provides forecast and historical data, charts, statistics, news and updates for China Government Budget Balance. According to the report, Chinese tourists still prefer group travels, especially travelers from second, third and fourth-tier cities and regions.

By the beginning of 2018, the number of countries and regions allowing Chinese citizens with ordinary passports to enter without a visa or with a visa on arrival (VOA) has increased to 66, among which 12 have signed mutual visa exemption agreement with China, 15 have allowed unilateral visa exemption and the other 39 have allowed unilateral VOA. With increasing disposable income, fewer visa restrictions, better exchange rates and more flight connections, the love for outbound travel still remains in China. Government Budget Balance for China from National Bureau of Statistics of the People's Republic of China for the China Statistical Yearbook release. China has become the largest source of inbound tourists for many countries such as Thailand, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Russia, Maldives, Indonesia, North Korea and South Africa.

Chinese travelers pay close attention to air quality and natural environment when picking destinations. According to statistics, Ctrip's tailor-made travel and local guide platform has served millions of tourists in 2017. The large variation in this indicator highlights the variety of countries' approaches to delivering public goods and services and providing social protection, not necessarily differences in resources spent. This indicator is measured in terms of thousand USD per capita, and as percentage of GDP. Government Spending in China increased to 238874 CNY HML in 2019 from 220904.10 CNY HML in 2018. However, independent outbound travels are becoming a trend. Outstanding local government debt stood at 18.39 trillion yuan at the end of 2018, Hao said, adding that local government debt risks remain manageable overall. Chinese travelers are becoming increasingly focused on their well-being and the purpose for making outbound trips has changed from sightseeing and shopping to enjoying high-quality services. Islands with fresh air and bright sunshine are becoming increasingly popular.

30% of Chinese outbound tourists chose islands as their travel destination. In 2017, Chengdu surprisingly overtook Shenzhen and ranked third in the number of outbound tourists (an increase of 75%).

Growing popularity of islands and tourist attractions.

The number of outbound trips has reached 130 million in 2017, up 7.0% from 122 million in 2016; an estimated USD 115.29 billion was spent, a year-on-year increase of 5%, according to the 2017 China Outbound Tourism Travel Report jointly released by Ctrip and China Tourism Academy. Many make reservations through the online platform and find their own trip planner and local guide.