Among other findings: - 65% of Chinese tourists used mobile payment platforms during overseas travels, more than six times in comparison to non-Chinese tourists (11%). In contrast to the last two years, Chinese tourists’ use of mobile payment during overseas trips saw greater usage increase compared to other payment methods. Chinese tourists primarily use mobile payments for shopping, dining and visits to tourist attractionswhen traveling overseas. - Over 90% of Chinese tourists would consider using mobile payments when traveling overseas if more overseas merchants accept it in the future. Over 90% might purchase more goods or services at certain overseas merchants if they are able to accept mobile payment. - The habit of using mobile payments in China, convenience of use, and additional discounts gained by using such platforms are key factors for Chinese travellers to use mobile payment overseas, while limited merchant coverage overseas is cited as the biggest obstacle. Get the full story at WIT and Nielsen (PDF 21.5 MB)