Due to the differences in the political, economic, historical development, tourism resource conditions and other factors of various countries and regions in the world, the global tourism industry is in a state of unbalanced development regardless of whether it is viewed as a whole or for a region alone. The unbalanced state is closely related to the level of economic development of various countries and regions, and the economic development status largely determines the level of restricting the development of the tourism industry.
In recent years, the focus of world tourism has gradually shifted to the Asia-Pacific region represented by China. After 2010, the Asia-Pacific region has replaced the Americas as the second largest international tourist destination. It is estimated that by 2030, the Asia-Pacific region’s share in the global tourism market will rise from 22% to 30%, while the share of Europe and the United States will drop from 67% to 55%. However, the development of the global cultural tourism industry is still unbalanced.
The direct result of the imbalance in global tourism development is the imbalance in the distribution and integration of tourism resources. On the one hand, there is a strong contrast between the popularity of tourist attractions and the desertedness, and on the other hand, tourists are screaming that they can’t afford to swim and there is a polarization between tourists. This kind of uneven development throughout the year is still very harmful to scenic spots. Therefore, the voice of the tourism industry calling for balanced development has never stopped.
CTC Global Cultural Tourism Public Chain is committed to building a block-chain public chain with open source systems, resource sharing, data openness, and decentralized governance for the global cultural tourism industry, helping the digital cultural tourism industry to achieve global high-quality scenic spots on the chain At the same time of ecological development, CTC has also been working hard to promote the balance of global tourism resources, continuously update the global travel guide, provide practical travel strategies for global tourists, and minimize scenic spots and other mismatches, so that the tourism industry A reasonable proportional relationship maintained by various factors in the development process.
- Achieve a balance of tourism supply and demand
Within a certain period of time, it is required to maintain a certain proportional relationship between the number of tourists and the reception capacity of the scenic spot. CTC Cultural Tourism Public Chain believes that this balance is mainly achieved through travel plans and travel prices. The guide will provide reasonable travel plans and reference budgets according to time and regional differences, so that tourists can choose according to the actual situation, alleviating the polarization of the scenic spot. It is also sea-view tourism. In addition to Hawaii, Phuket, Sanya and other places, there are many relatively less well-known coastal resorts around the world, which are suitable for tourists who want to avoid overcrowding.
- Balance of tourist areas
In the case of comparison of tourist needs, the CTC Cultural Tourism Public Chain Travel Guide will provide similar travel destination recommendations. For example, if you tend to choose retro-style cities, the guide will also provide many historical towns and ancient cities around the world, not just the Forbidden City, Pompeii and other popular attractions, so that some niche but worth visiting Regions can also be favored.
- Balance of travel season
Tourists tend to concentrate on their outings in the four seasons of the year. Generally, the winter and summer vacations and major holidays in various countries are the time for many citizens to travel. For different regions, the travel guide developed by CTC will provide recommendations for the most suitable travel time in the local area with relatively dispersed flow of people. For example, for areas with higher dimensions in the northern hemisphere, Iceland, Russia, and Northeast China are more suitable for early winter travel.
- Balance of tourist sources
In order to achieve a relatively balanced composition of the nationality of tourists, CTC will give out the countries and regions not recommended to go to according to the nationality of the user. With reference to the big data of the source of tourists from various countries, we hope that you will go to a city that is friendly to the user’s home country in order to enjoy more Good travel experience.
- Balanced relationship between various tourist facilities
In addition to facing C-end users, CTC also provides better construction advice for the development of scenic spots. We believe that in the development of tourism, a reasonable proportional relationship should also be maintained between the tourist facilities in the scenic area and the tourist workers. This requires scenic spots to have a balanced goal in the construction of tourist facilities, starting from the maximum attractiveness of corresponding scenic spots in different countries and regions, based on the reception capacity within a certain period of time, and centering on hotels to balance, and establish a comprehensive tourism foundation Structural facilities.
The CTC cultural and tourism public chain provides effective and feasible digital solutions for many problems in the cultural and tourism industry, and the formulation of travel guides allows scenic spots to fight a prepared “war”, making the tourist experience more comfortable, and making the development of the tourism industry more balanced , Health, reconciling the contradictions between scenic spots, tourists and the tourism industry, achieving a win-win situation for multiple parties and deepening the value of the public chain itself.
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