TIANJIN — Recreational vehicle (RV) culture is catching on among drivers in China as the country is witnessing a booming tourism industry, industry insiders said.
Wang Kai, an exhibitor at the China Tourism Industries Exposition that opened Friday in Tianjin, said he has received many visitors during the three-day event, an indicator of people’s growing enthusiasm for RV.
According to the Chinese website campave.com, the number of RV in China was about 48,000 by the end of 2017, and 4,500 new RVs were sold that year alone, a year-on-year increase of 28 percent. This year, RV sales are estimated to grow at least 40 percent, and the RV rental market is also growing rapidly.
Read more about RVing in China at http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-11/11/c_137599352.htm.