Tourism New Zealand announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Tencent Holdings, a leading provider of Internet value-added services in China.
International visitor spend is growing faster than visitor arrival numbers, showing the value of visitors to New Zealand is increasing.
Indians and Indonesians are drawn to imagery of New Zealand’s landscapes and wide range of activities, according to Tourism New Zealand’s latest image testing research.
Ctrip, a leading Asian online travel agency described as the second largest in the world, renewed its annual strategic cooperation agreement with Tourism New Zealand.
Tourism New Zealand’s brand evolution work has taken shape in new video content that went global this July.
International business events are expected to deliver over AUD400 million (USD302.7 million) to the New Zealand economy and provide the opportunity to showcase New Zealand’s cutting edge research and hospitality on the world stage, revealed Tourism New Zealand.
This season is anticipated to be a rewarding season for New Zealand winter sports. Specifically, snowfall in February and April suggest favourable conditions for when the nation's alpine resorts begin to open from early June.
New Zealand’s Auckland Tourism, Events & Economic Development (ATEED) has launched an innovative destination management plan.
ISPS Handa New Zealand Open recently provided a valuable opportunity to promote New Zealand as a world-class golfing destination, announced Tourism New Zealand.
Tourism New Zealand’s official visitor information network, i-SITE, released a Chinese version of its popular touring map, designed to support the 400,000 annual tourists arriving from China each year, with key targeted driver safety information.