The number of outbound users is mainly in coastal provinces and developed regions. The largest cities are Shanghai, followed by Guangzhou, Beijing, Hangzhou, Fuzhou and Wuhan.The destinations visited by users in each region are also different. Beijingers go to the United States most. Shanghaiers love to go to Japan. Wuhan people prefer Hong Kong. Chongqing people prefer Thailand.
The data also shows that Chinese women love spending more than men abroad, and 65% of Alipay users spending abroad are women. In addition,After 90 users exceeded 80 for the first time, they became the main force of overseas consumption. The highest single transaction occurred in a Rolex boutique in Canada.
The data shows that in addition to buying, buying and buying, the trend of Chinese people using mobile phones in outbound travel has expanded to various aspects, including catering, taxis, and attractions.The most popular restaurant chain stores in the world are McDonald's, Hong Kong's Tsui Wah Restaurant and Starbucks. The world’s most popular attractions are Hong Kong’s two major theme parks, Taipei 101.The Chinese love to take a taxi in Singapore, the United States, and Australia, and enjoy a 10% discount on taxis in Australia with Alipay during the May 1st period.
The report also mentioned that as the country’s outbound travel spending has been escalating, how to facilitate tax refunds has also become “just needed”.Among the 29 countries where Alipay currently offers tax rebates, the most tax refunds during the May 1st period are South Korea, France, and Germany.
In tourist-intensive areas, Alipay also offers real-time airport tax refund services, including South Korea’s Incheon Airport, Gimpo Airport, Singapore’s Changi Airport, and major cities in Germany, Italy, Finland, Spain, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark, and Norway. airport.
In recent years, outbound travel has become one of the major outbound travel plans for the Chinese holiday season. In order to better serve Chinese tourists, many foreign businesses have spent their time thinking: not only will they be equipped with Chinese shopping guides, they will also learn to use Alipay, which is most familiar to the Chinese people.
Take Thailand as an example. From the airport to the shops in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket and other places with the most visitors, Chinese characters can be seen almost everywhere. In Thailand's streets and lanes, from the 7-11 convenience store to McDonald's, from King Power's royal duty-free shops to private taxis, they all support Alipay.