SINGAPORE: A brand-new billion dollar ship that has duty-free luxury shopping and 5-star dining and entertainment – a priority for its key clientele – now calls Tianjin, China home, and is Royal Caribbean’s sixth ship sailing from the mainland. According to Royal Caribbean, Ovation of the Seas was built with
When wealthy Chinese travelers head abroad, they’re prioritizing experiential luxury such as dining and seeking out unique cultural activities, but shopping still fits in big to their travel plans. This is the finding of affluent-focused, Asia-based intelligence firm Agility’s latest 2016 “Affluent Insights Chinese Luxury Travel Report,” which uncovers key
With an increase in GDP comes an increase in the population of affluent consumers who are becoming more confident of the disposable income they will have to spend on purchasing goods and attaining one of a kind experiences. This translates into new opportunities and new markets for brands to explore.