Recent statistics from China Travel Guide state that by 2022, outbound trips by Chinese tourists will have reached 178.4 million and the total expenditure to $179 billion. We can help you successfully meet the Chinese tour operators and travel agents responsible for outbound travel in China.
Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 (Corona) virus, COTTM has moved its dates to 9-11 September 2020.
The new timing of COTTM 2020 provides an unrivalled opportunity for you to showcase your destination and services to the global leader in outbound travel as it returns to full strength in the coming months.

COTTM attracts over 4000 Chinese trade buyers.
The 2019 show witnessed new destinations such as Bhutan, Cuba, Dusseldorf and Ethiopia and welcomed back the Dominican Republic, Fiji and Montenegro, which demonstrates the truly international reach of the event with over 450 exhibitors from 70 different countries.

Impression of last years show

At the beginning of the new millennium, 10.5 million overseas trips were made by Chinese tourists. By 2018, the number had risen to 149.7 million. This represents an incredible increase of 1326% and the numbers are only set to rise further.
Located in the capital of China Beijing , COTTM is the perfect platform to display your products to a prime audience that are ready to buy.
The high-calibre seminar programme for both visitors and exhibitors, as well as the extensive knowledge of operating in the region, ensures that by being at COTTM you can improve your knowledge of the Chinese travellers’ preferences and requirements.

China Tourism Academy (CTA), the dedicated research institute of China National Tourism Administration (CNTA), will release its Annual Report on China at the show.
COTTM showcases a full range of the latest products and services to cater for the burgeoning outbound travel sector and has achieved a great reputation in the region.