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  • Ciqikou Old Town of SW. China's Chongqing among 1st batch national-level tourism blocks

    The first batch of national-level tourism and leisure blocks have been released by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism recently, with a total of 55 blocks nationwide on the list. Ciqikou Old Town in Shapingba District is among the three selected blocks in Chongqing.


  • China's resort island eyes 15 pct growth for tourism revenue

    South China's tropical island province of Hainan targets tourism revenue growth of 15 percent and an increase of 10 percent in tourist numbers this year, an official said Sunday during the annual session of the provincial people's congress.


  • China's resort island of Hainan receives over 81 mln tourists in 2021

    More than 81 million domestic and overseas tourists visited south China's tropical island province of Hainan in 2021, up 25.5 percent year on year, which is equivalent to 97.5 percent of the number in 2019, local authorities said Thursday.


  • Thailand prepares for more than 200 million passengers in the next 10 years

    Mr. Saksayam Chidchob, Minister of Transport of Thailand attended Thai Aviation Industry Conference 2021 and delivered a keynote speech titled "Flying to the New Era of Thai Aviation".


  • Universal Beijing Resort plans expansion

    The Universal Beijing Resort is planning its second phase of construction, according to a press briefing on Wednesday.


  • Across China: Bridges attract tourists to China's mountainous province

    The Beipanjiang Bridge in southwest China's Guizhou Province, equivalent to the height of a 200-story building, has attracted large numbers of visitors from home and abroad.


  • China Focus: China's tourism industry sees strong post-pandemic recovery

    During this year's three-day Mid-Autumn Festival holiday, China witnessed more than 88 million domestic trips, about 87.2 percent of the figure for 2019, highlighting the strong recovery momentum in the country's tourism sector.


  • China saw 1.87 billion domestic trips made in first half of 2021

    China has seen a total of 1.87 billion domestic trips taken in the first half of 2021, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism Saturday.


  • Shanghai to boost tourism with ticket-price discount

    Shanghai will offer tourists heavy discounts on ticket prices in 82 scenic spots amid the city's tourism festival to open from Sept. 17 to Oct. 6 this year, said the Shanghai Municipal Administration of Culture and Tourism Wednesday.


  • China's Guizhou to boost tourism with ticket-price discount

    Authorities in southwest China's Guizhou Province will give tourists discounts on ticket prices for scenic spots, as part of a move to promote tourism this autumn and winter.


  • Mudanjiang's tourism industry to get boosted by hosting heavyweight provincial tourism conference

    The 4th Tourism Industry Development Conference in Heilongjiang Province was held in Mudanjiang city from September 1 to 3, and is expected to promote Mudanjiang's tourism resources and boost the development of tourism industry.


  • Macao's visitor expenditure up 15.9 pct in Q2

    The total spending of visitors to Macao excluding gaming expenses grew by 15.9 percent quarter to quarter to 7.16 billion patacas (892.9 million U.S. dollars) in the second quarter of 2021, the special administrative region's (SAR) statistic department said here on Wednesday.


  • SW. China's Kunming continues to promote international, high-end, characteristic and intelligent tourism

    Kunming, capital city of southwest China's Yunnan Province, has made efforts to promote the development of its international, high-end, characteristic and intelligent tourism industry in recent years.


  • Tibet's tourism revenue doubles in H1

    Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region witnessed a strong recovery in tourism in the first half of this year, according to local authorities.


  • PSBC issues tourism service plan to facilitate China's domestic economic cycle

    Postal Savings Bank of China (PSBC) recently issued a tourism service plan to further enhance the bank's financial service level, actively support the rapid development of the cultural and travel industry, facilitate the domestic economic cycle, and promote economic transformation and upgrading.


  • Expo shows post-pandemic resilience of China's tourism industry

    The Xi'an Silk Road International Tourism Expo, which concluded on Sunday, has shed light on the strong recovery momentum in China's tourism sector in the post-COVID-19 era.


  • ​Huanjiang Maonan Autonomous County in S. China eyes traditional ethnic culture, tourism resources to build int'l tourist city

    Huanjiang Maonan Autonomous County, the only autonomous county for the Maonan ethnic group in China and located in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, is striving to build an international tourist city by relying on its traditional ethnic culture and rich tourism resources.


  • S.China Hainan FTP vows to promote international tourism and cultural dev. in 2021-2025

    South China's Hainan Free Trade Port (FTP) pledged to make significant achievements in building itself into an international tourism consumption center by 2025, to enhance its competitive edge in the global market, according to the 14th Five-Year Plan for the cultural tourism industry issued by the province recently.


  • China to improve international competitiveness, influence of tourism services

    China plans to improve the international competitiveness and influence of its tourism services, according to a recent guideline from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.


  • Across China: Tourism, hi-tech industries speed up development in revolutionary heartland

    Known as the "cradle of Chinese revolution," Jinggangshan in east China's Jiangxi Province is stepping up efforts to boost industrial development by making full use of the area's abundant revolutionary resources.


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