No 10 New Zealand
Sea gulls on a pier in the coastal suburb of New Brighton, Christchurch, New Zealand, May 22, 2015. [Photo/IC]
China is the world's largest market for outbound tourism and spending. Last year, the number of outbound tourists was 116 million, up 17.8 percent from a year earlier, and tourist consumption increased 18 percent to $140 billion, the China Tourism Academy said. This year the number of outbound tourists will hit 135 million, the research institution predicts.
Based on a Hurun report, traveling remains the most popular leisure pursuit among Chinese millionaires. In the past two years, the Maldives attracted increasing numbers of Chinese millionaires. In a list ranked by the Hurun Report, the Maldives is the No 3 choice for wealthy Chinese visitors while Australia retained top spot followed by France.
Here are the top 10 international destinations among wealthy Chinese.