- Beijing sees tourism recovery during Qingming holiday
The number of visitors at Beijing's major tourist attractions during the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday bounced back to 98.7 percent of the 2019 level, city authorities said Monday.
- Where there's a road, there's an RV
The Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, which is observed from Saturday to Monday, is set to prove this year's first major peak for cross-province road trips in China.
- Shanghai aims to double tourism revenue
The eastern Chinese city of Shanghai has launched a program aiming to double its tourism revenue over the next five years, according to local authorities.
- Going to town
Tourists sample the many attractions of Liushui town, Ankang city, Shaanxi province, not least boating on the Hanjiang River on March 28. The various activities are guaranteed to work up a good appetite and there are plenty of traditional and relaxing restaurants more than willing to take their orders. To cleanse the palate after the meal, green tea, a local specialty freshly picked by workers from the tea gardens, can be savored, as can fruit delivered straight from the nearby orchards. Many of the cultural sites that adorn the ancient town can be traced back to the Qin and Western Han dynasties (221 BC-AD 24).
- First panda-themed tourist train leaves Chengdu
China's first panda-themed tourist train left Chengdu Railway Station in Sichuan's provincial capital for Zunyi in neighboring Guizhou province on Sunday night.
- Int'l tourist arrivals fall by 87 pct in January: UNWTO
International tourist arrivals fell by 87 percent year-on-year in January due to the coronavirus pandemic, the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) said on Wednesday.
- Digital technologies speed up recovery of China's tourism sector
Modern information technologies are transforming the tourism industry and speeding up the recovery of the tourism market in China amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Mega Shanghai expo combines tourism, catering and lifestyle industries
The Tourism Plus Shanghai 2021 is basically three different fairs and a show rolled into one and rounded off with 100 forums and summits and 29 professional and international competitions, from canoeing to Chinese cooking.
- 'Red tourism' boost expected during CPC centenary celebrations
"Red tourism" has developed quickly in recent years and is expected to receive a further boost as the nation celebrates the centenary of the Communist Party of China, a senior official said on Tuesday.
- Red tourism sparkling in Guangdong
Zhongshan, a city in Guangdong province that is rich in Communist Party of China heritage, is promoting Red tourism to coincide with this year's Party centenary.
- Wuhan launches 2021's first tourist train
This year's first tourist train from Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, was launched Saturday, according to local transport authorities.
- China's Guizhou promotes tourism as spring arrives
Authorities are promoting tourism in southwest China's Guizhou Province, as spring is in the air.
- Interview: Argentina wooing "strategic" Chinese travel market to boost tourism
Tourism accounts for nearly 10 percent of the country's gross domestic product (GDP) and employs more than 1 million people, making it a priority economic sector.
- Theme parks enjoy bright prospects as sector matures
China's theme-park market remains vigorous as it benefits from increasing disposable incomes among the growing middle-income earners and demand for themed entertainment, says a recent report by infrastructure-consultancy company AECOM.
- A brief travel guide to SW China's Zunyi City
Many Chinese people are familiar with the city of Zunyi in southwest China's Guizhou Province as this is where a landmark meeting of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee was held in January 1935.
- Beijing to share tips on restarting tourism at global fair
?Beijing will share its experiences in fighting the pandemic and restarting tourism at the ITB Berlin, which kicked off on March 9.
- Chongqing releases plan to add cultural charm to Three Gorges area
Southwest China's Chongqing municipality has issued a plan to further integrate cultural elements with the scenic landscape of the core Three Gorges area on the Yangtze River.
- Quake-hit Yushu pursues green growth 11 years on
Massive rebuilding efforts have reshaped Yushu, 11 years after an earthquake hit the prefecture in Northwest China's Qinghai province.
- Travelogue: China Bucket List | Shunde
?Shunde is considered the cradle of Cantonese cuisine. The city produces many of China's leading chefs. But delicious grub isn't the city's only claim to fame: Shunde is also Bruce Lee's ancestral home! So, it's no surprise that the city has generated a lot of athletic prowess. During Dragon Boat Festival, dragon boat racing here is fiercely competitive. Watch the video to find out more.
- Hong Kong Tourism Board announces $146 million strategies to boost tourism
The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) will roll out short-term and medium-to-long-term strategies worth over 1.13 billion Hong Kong dollars (about $146 million) to boost tourism, a senior executive said when announcing the board's business plan for year 2021/22 on Wednesday.
- Sanya tourism promotion bureau puts out call for global talent
China’s Hainan Free Trade Port released a job position - director general of the Sanya Tourism Promotion Bureau - for global talent at a press conference on Monday.
- China's "Pole of Cold" develops into tourism hot spot
Genhe city in north China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, known as China's "Pole of Cold", has made solid progress in developing eco-tourism by tapping into its abundant ice and snow resources and unique ethnic culture.
- China's coldest village sees tourism warm up amid forest protection efforts
China's Lengji village, meaning the coldest village in Chinese, has become a thriving tourist destination, attracting numerous visitors to enjoy breathtaking winter scenery.
- World tourism economy trends revealed in new report
The number of trips around the world is expected to reach 9.55 billion in 2021, showing a year-on-year increase of 31.1 percent, says the Report on World Tourism Economy Trends unveiled in Beijing on March 1.
- Ice pandas become cool family attraction
SARAJEVO-Pandas live on a few high and damp mountains in Southwest China, where they feast mainly on bamboo leaves and shoots. They bear a lot of symbolic meaning in Chinese culture and pretty much everyone in the world agrees that they are adorably cute.
- Regions display shining examples of progress
Residents of Sichuan province, shunning travel outside the southwestern province in the aftermath of COVID-19, have a new attraction to visit that's closer to home; the lanterns at the Jinsha Site Museum in Chengdu.
- Digital technologies make travel safer, convenient amid epidemic
The use of digital technologies in famed tourist attractions of China during this year's Spring Festival holiday has brought convenience to visitors amid stringent anti-epidemic measures.
- Finding urban green space in Beijing: Climbing up Fragrant Hills at New Year
?Climbing the mountains is one of the many activities that Chinese people opt for during the Spring Festival holiday to give the body stuffed with holiday big meals a good exercise. It also includes praying for a better year. In the capital city of Beijing, the Fragrant Hills is among the top destinations for mountaineering.
- Liangcuo historic and cultural district becomes holiday attraction
Liangcuo historic and cultural district becomes holiday attraction
- New immigration measures to aid older travelers
Multiple measures will be adopted to help older adults apply for entry and exit documents and address difficulties they face in using intelligent information technology, the National Immigration Administration said on Tuesday.