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As a travel news blogger, I sincerely introduce you guys a travel blogger Chen Jiaxi, a girl who has a few years of experience in travel and love to share things on her blog Travel Monkey as she discovers them.
From her blog, I got lots of information that I don’t know before, see beautiful pictures which show the environment, landscape, local conditions and customs truly, and I like her casual style writing. What’s more, by reading her post, I can feel the beauty of travel, know the lifestyle and value of people from different parts of the world. Now I’d like to do a quick interview about Chen Jiaxi and her blog, Travel Monkey.
During my quick interview with Jiaxi, she said she will read some travel book to know the basic things when planning a travel. “And after reading a lot of travel book about one place, I found I can know the things in common is the most popular and important thing.”
She also mentioned the most interesting topic she has done:
The most interesting topic I have done is “What’s in my bag”. I have learned a lot by doing this topic. I have learned how to edit and shoot by myself. It is a good experience.
-Chen Jiaxi from Travel Monkey
If you are interested in her blog “Travel Monkey”, click here to visit!
Click the audio to know more details about our quick interview:
That’s all about my blogger recommendation, hope you can enjoy our article and follow us if you are interested in travel!
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Chinese Tourists is always a huge group of worldwide tourism and there are lots of posts blogs, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter about this dynamic group of people.
It really shocked me and I have to figure out why this happens. Here’s my guess:
Local Tourist Administration pays a few attention to this group, so there is no travel recommendation or advertisement use this hashtag.
Tourism in China don’t use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest, so the results will be more dependable if we do this research on Chinese social media like Weibo, WeChat and so on. It is clear to know in my previous blogs that more and more Chinese tourists prefer to travel to Malaysia in recent year, and it is definitely a notable group for Malaysia’s tourism.
So I also do research on Weibo, there are billions of posts on Chinese social media, but most of them are travel recommendation or their feeling of travel in Malaysia. Only a few of them mentioned the latest news about Malaysia’s convenience measures.
My thought on this situation is that this blog about Chinese Tourists in Malaysia should be recommended to more Chinese people (maybe should create another Chinese version) and let people know the latest news about the convenience measures or regulations for Chinese tourists in Malaysia. I believe that the news comes from the front line will be more convincing and be faster.
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Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia’s west coast. Surrounded by turquoise sea, the interior of the main island is a mixture of picturesque paddy fields and jungle-clad hills. If you’re intent on carting off duty-free alcohol, cigarettes and chocolate, then this is the place to be. Still, nature lovers will find the island just as agreeable as the shoreline is fringed by powder-fine sand and swaying coconut trees. –Asia Travel Guide
This Malaysia’s largest aquarium has astounding varieties of penguins, ray fish, sharks, seals, coral animals, and hundreds of other species.
Price Range: RM5 (adults) and RM2.50 (children aged 3 to 12 years old)
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According to my friends and families in China, I found there are only a few people know the latest news about Malaysia tourism. Although most of them are interested in travel to Malaysia, they don’t have fast and convince media platforms to get the information.
I conducted an online survey Investigation of Chinese Tourists in Malaysia started from December 14 and got 44 respondents until December 15. I hope this survey can present how much do Chinese tourists know about traveling in Malaysia.
The survey questions include general questions (age and occupation), basic questions about tourism (times of traveling abroad, nationality) and questions about this blog (visa, payment, convenience measures, safety, quality of Chinese tourists and audiences’ preference). It shows the current situation about Chinese tourists and gives me a direction of improvement in the later blog posting.
The results of 10 survey questions are showing as below:
First I want to show an extreme data: none of the respondents know very clear about the convenience measures for Chinese tourists. We will discuss this situation in the later blog post.
Second, dividing the respondents by the times of travel abroad, 71% respondents have traveled abroad 1-5 times, and 32% of them know that Chinese tourists can apply E-visa of Malaysia online, only 36% of them know a little about the convenience measures for Chinese tourists. 22% of total respondents have traveled more than 5 times, and half of them know about the convenience measures and E-visa.
For the payment preference, UnionPay (64%) and E-payment (60%) are very similar with only 4% difference. For the safety of Chinese tourists, 11% of respondents have encountered danger in traveling abroad, surprisingly, all of them are students between 18-25 years old.
From above data, we can clearly see that Malaysia’s tourism promotion is not enough. Tourists don’t get the latest information about convenience measures that really helpful to them, and there is a wide gap between the ideal state and the actual situation.
And for audience preference, 93% of them are interested in travel recommendations, 48% of them want to see the latest news about Chinese tourists in Malaysia, and 34% of them want to see some views. Therefore, the preference of the respondents is clearly showed that they pay more attention to the topic which is closely connected with their travel and their life. On the basis of the survey results, after this survey, I will adjust the content of my blog from the next post. The focus fo my blog will move to the travel recommendation and be easier and funnier to read. Hope this blog can really help you!
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In many news reports, the Chinese tourists’ external appearance is negative. Especially in groups travel, the uncivilized behavior will be more apparent. However, the contradictions are bidirectional. When mob-rob and chaos occurs, maybe we should consider the deficiencies of both sides instead of blaming only one group.
China’s population exceeds 1.4 billion. It is not correct to generalize this group with the uncivilized behavior of a few tourists. Different countries have different national conditions and it is not appropriate to use China to compare all the other countries in the world at the same time.
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According to the Star, from October 2017 to March 2018, Malaysia Airports will also introduce a Chinese Traveler Welcome Pack includes information about special promotions, transit and baggage facilities, local city tours, fast-track KUL VIP Access and other things. It will be made available at the Chinese Helpdesk and Customer Experience Counters in the KLIA and KLIA2 terminals.
(Picture: the Star –Malaysia Airports collaborates with Alipay for Chinese tourists)
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