The pie chart explains the homeland of international tourists visiting New Zealand and is measured in percent. It shows three groups of the origin of the international visitors; those are the English speaking nations, the East Asian, and the other. Overall, the majority of international tourists homeland comes from the English speaking countries.
The English speaking nations that have travelers often visited New Zealand contain Australia, United Stated of America, and United Kingdom. Australia has almost a half of the total percentage, while respectively United Kingdom has 12 percent and United State of America has 9 percent.
The East Asian countries mentioned by the chart are China, Japan, and South Korea. However, the East Asian percentage is lower than 15 percent. It shows China has the highest tourists visited New Zealand among other East Asian nations. Meanwhile, South Korea has smaller percentage than Japan. In addition, there are several other countries as much as 27 percent mentioned.