Kōrero: Asia and New Zealand

Visitor travel between Asia and New Zealand, 2007–11 (2 o 2)

Visitor travel between Asia and New Zealand, 2007–11

This graph compares the numbers of New Zealand visitors to Asia with the numbers of Asian visitors to New Zealand. The percentage figures indicate the increase or decrease in visitor numbers in the five years from 2007. The largest number of Asian visitors to New Zealand were from China, with a 20.46% increase in numbers since 2007. There were substantial decreases in the number of visitors from Japan and Korea. China was the Asian country most visited by New Zealanders, followed by Thailand and India. All those shown had had more visitors from New Zealand, with the exception of Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

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David Capie, 'Asia and New Zealand - Asia in New Zealand', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/mi/graph/36245/visitor-travel-between-asia-and-new-zealand-2007-11 (accessed 17 October 2019)

Story by David Capie, published 20 Jun 2012