Virtual tours are growing faster than ever in the past decade, and with more countries adopting them, it’s time to put a cap on the growth of the sector.
Here are 10 countries with the most virtual tour operators.1.
TaiwanVirtual tour operator Wufoo has been operating in Taiwan since 2012.
Its website says the company “provides the best experience possible for visitors, guests and staff” by offering “tour packages and accommodations that are guaranteed to satisfy the highest standards.”
Its business model is to provide “luxury and luxury accommodation” with “great amenities.”
According to Wufo, virtual tours are particularly popular in Taiwan, but also popular in other countries.2.
JapanIn 2017, Wufou opened its first virtual tour centre in Tokyo, and its website states that its aim is “to create a sustainable tourism industry.”
It says it currently has over 100 hotels in Japan.3.
South KoreaWufoo’s virtual tour website states it is aiming to “create a new generation of virtual tourism destinations in South Korea.”
It has more than 20 hotels in South Korean cities and has more locations planned.4.
SingaporeSingapore’s tourism board has been working on virtual tours for over two decades.
It has a virtual tour industry in Singapore, but it says that its virtual tour business model was developed in 2015.5.
ThailandVirtual tour operators in Thailand, which have seen a steady increase in popularity, have more than 300 hotels.
Its virtual tour businesses have been growing rapidly.
Thailand has more tourism operators than any other country in Asia.6.
FranceVirtual tour sites are also expanding rapidly in France.
It recently launched a virtual tourism business, but in 2017, its virtual tours site listed over 600 locations in Paris.7.
GermanyVirtual tour companies are also growing rapidly in Germany.
Its first virtual tours business opened in 2014 and has been expanding steadily ever since.8.
AustriaVirtual tour providers in Austria, which are the only country in the European Union to have virtual tour sites, have been expanding rapidly.
It currently has about 200 virtual tour providers.9.
GermanyIn 2016, virtual tour operator Gvadget started up in Munich, which it named after the famous Austrian physicist Werner Heisenberg, who developed the first general theory of relativity.10.
NorwayThe Netherlands is one of the few countries in Europe that allows virtual tours, and virtual tour companies have opened in many other countries, such as Sweden, Belgium, and Finland.