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Aussie firm to invest US$500m in China

The Australian company, managed by financier Alfred Wong, plans to open 30 Grand Pacific hotels in China and gain from the country's rapid economic growth and booming tourism market, the…

China tells its tourists to behave

Travellers are warned to try not to attract attention to themselves, observe local customs, and be assertive on dealing with strangers. This effort is being conducted because along with…

China to meet with India over tourism

Led by Shao Qiwei, chairman of the national tourism administration of China, the 32- member delegation was invited by the Tourism Minister Ambika Soni, according to Times of India. The…

China sees spike in tourist revenue

CNTA reports has revealed that US$16.45 billion or 91.74% of the total tourism forex revenue was from tourists who spent at least one night in China. According to China Daily, in the last…

GHC partners with China Mecure

The Accor Grand Mercure hotel brand is one of Asia Pacific's fastest growing top-end brands, offering a range of deluxe properties from country manor style to prime city-centre hotels.…

Give them condoms

The regulation, issued by the commerce and health ministries, said condoms should be provided, or machines selling them made available and materials supplied on AIDS prevention. The move…

Banyan Tree reaches to China

Angsana Spa is soon ready to open in Hong Qiao, followed by the launch in Sanya late this year. TheBanyan Tree Lijiang Spa Academy is a custom-built compound in Lijiang, Yunnan, where…

New ‘China Chic’ BizSuite

To celebrate the launch, they are offering an introductory package when staying for two nights or more. The BizSuite is part of the Eaton's US$18m makeover that will see the upgrade of…

Hyatt’s new Shanghai hotel

Hyatt on the Bund, part of the Grand Hyatt portfolio, will open at the northern end of the legendary Bund. To maximise its prime location on the western banks of the Huangpu River, the…

Chinese flood Thailand

From June to September, a Green Travel promotion will target Chinese tourists, and special trips are being arranged for seniors.

CNTA takes poll

A tourism resource protection and consulting team will also be formed to provide consultations, suggestions and comments on tourism development.

China frees travel

Foreign-funded travel agencies can now set up subsidiaries in China without restrictions. Requirements on the registered capital of foreign-funded travel agencies will also be eased.

Chinese keep moving

The number is 14.5% higher than the same period in 2006, though the market has been expanding at an annual rate of 22.7%. 2006 saw 34.52 million outbound tourists.

China flies above India

These figures towerover India's26 million domestic and 24 million international passengers in 2006, thoughthey have recently been expanding at a sizzling rate of 30% per year. Credit for…

China Tourism Booms

 Chinais said to be struggling as it hosted 124 million tourists in 2006 which earnedthem $33.5 billion according to the China National Tourist Office.  'It predicts that by 2015 it is set…

Beijing: Room Crisis

Big, international organizations have been reported to have booked out most of the signed Olympic hotels, making it difficult for ordinary visitors to get a hotel booking at any of these…

Cash in on China

The event aims to assist businesses in profiting on what is forecasted to be the largest source market and top tourist destination by 2020.
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