- Liaoning promotes winter tourism in Beijing
Liaoning provincial culture and tourism department recently held a news conference in Beijing to promote its rich winter tourism resources.
- Global hotel brand Marriott Intl wins two industry-leading awards in China
The US-based global hotel brand Marriott International was recently recognized as the "Best HR Teams in Greater China 2020", as well as the "Outstanding Achievement Award in Human Resource Management in Greater China'' by HRoot, a leading management media company, on Tuesday.
- China reports growth in outbound tourists in 2019
Chinese tourists made 155 million outbound international trips in 2019, up 3.3 percent year on year, according to a report released Tuesday by China Tourism Academy.
- Ancient village in East China's Anhui attracts artists
A large number of Hui-style architectures with white walls and black tiles are still preserved in the village.
- In pics: aquaculture farming areas in Lianjiang, Fujian
In pics: aquaculture farming areas in Lianjiang, Fujian
- Township in S China’s Hainan sees tourism boom after forging ties with aerospace projects
Longlou township in Wenchang, south China’s Hainan province, has enjoyed a boom in tourism and great changes in people’s lives after a spacecraft launch site was located in the locality.
- Appetite for travel likely will rebound
Outbound tourism from China has come to a near standstill this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the sector will not be affected by the virus in the long run as the nation's economy is steadily recovering and people are still keen to see other parts of the world, a report by the China Tourism Academy said on Tuesday.
- 'Tis the season for rime and skis
To attract winter vacationers, Northeast China's Jilin province has rolled out new tourism products and favorable policies in hope of boosting tourism numbers.
- Liuzhou focuses on improving its impressive industrial tourism
With solid achievements made in its heavy industry, Liuzhou in Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region is poised to integrate tourism to boost high-quality and innovative development of its local economy.
- Visitors from Chinese mainland enter Singapore after easing of travel restrictions
The first batch of Chinese visitors arrived in Singapore Friday evening after Singapore granted short-term visitors from the Chinese mainland entry starting from Nov. 6.
- China's 'ice city' to offer subsidies to boost winter tourism
More than 400 cultural and recreational activities will be held in Harbin, capital of China's northernmost Heilongjiang province, with 48 million yuan (about $7.26 million) in subsidies granted to boost tourism during its upcoming ice and snow season.
- Cultural and tourism trade fair opens in Yiwu
The 15th China Yiwu Cultural and Tourism Products Trade Fair opened Sunday in the city of Yiwu, the world's leading small commodities market located in East China's Zhejiang province.
- Events kick off for Zhejiang culture and tourism week
Zhejiang province in East China will strive to promote global cultural communication and mutual learning despite the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic, according to Chu Ziyu, head of the Zhejiang Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism, on Friday, as Chu attended the opening ceremony of the Picturesque Zhejiang Exhibition Week of Dynamic Zhejiang Culture and Tourism in Hangzhou.
- Walk into the future at 5G-powered Wuzhen park
Tourists can now have a taste of the joys of technological advances at Wuzhen People's Park in Wuzhen, the permanent site of the World Internet Conference (WIC) in Tongxiang of Jiaxing, Zhejiang province.
- Daylily lifts North China village out of poverty
Over the decades, people living in North China's Shanxi province have planted the daylily, an edible flower. But not until five years ago did they find a way out of poverty relying on this little yellow flower.
- Agritourism generates prosperous income for rural woman
Walking into the first farmhouse on the right side of Guo Jia Gou village's main road in the outskirts of Tianjin municipality, guests are immediately greeted by two bright red lanterns and a row of guqins, seven-stringed plucked instruments similar to the Chinese zither, hanging on the wall.
- Tourism in China has made remarkable recovery: UK media
As England faces another lockdown, domestic tourism in China is blossoming at around 80 percent of last year's figures thanks to new travel trends and innovations in the Chinese market, an article on the website of the British newspaper The Telegraph has said.
- International Consumer Products Expo set to be held in island province
Hainan will host the China International Consumer Products Expo in Haikou, capital city of Hainan province next May, the provincial government announced.
- Miyun answers call of fall with special offers
Suburban Beijing's Miyun district recently announced new autumn-travel routes, featuring folk customs, health, all-fish meals and fall leaves.
- Going wild beyond Beijing's concrete jungle
The megalopolis that is the Chinese capital, whose downtown skyline is dominated by a forest of glittering skyscrapers, may seem an unlikely place to stage safaris.
- China's domestic tourism to fully recover by yearend
Domestic tourism in China would most probably see a full recovery from the impact of COVID-19 by the end of this year, with new holiday-making trends accelerating industrial upgrading, the head of a major Chinese online travel agency said on Thursday.
- Caps on number of visitors to be implemented at grotto temple sites
The National Cultural Heritage Administration and Ministry of Culture and Tourism jointly released an announcement last week demanding administrations of all ancient grotto temple sites across the country to set caps on the number of daily visits to ensure longevity of such cultural heritage and the safety of tourists.
- Jilin province goes greener
Over the past two years, Northeast China's Jilin province has completed 2.88 million mu (192,000 hectares) of afforestation, according to officials who were speaking at a news conference on Oct 26.
- Bird banders devote themselves to study of migratory birds in E China’s Jiangxi
?As the inky night tinted the ridges and peaks with a shade of iron, bird banders were still working in a bird sanctuary in Suichuan county, Ji’an, East China’s Jiangxi Province.
- Waiting for white to hit the slippery slopes in Altay
Altay General Ski Resort's dull peaks will soon shine with bright white, freckled with skiers.
- Cotton farmer sets sights on tourism
Kulesi Rehim, 54, spent nearly half of his life growing cotton in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region. However, locals regard him as a businessman.
- Xinjiang's autumnal allure
Autumn is not only arguably the most spectacular season in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region's north but also is particularly spectacular there compared with other places.
- Magnificent drone view of gigantic volcano cluster in NE China’s Heilongjiang
?In Heihe City, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, there are five lakes here that were interconnected by a volcanic eruption and named the "Wudalianchi," meaning "five connected lakes" in Chinese.
- Post-90s, post-00s become driving force behind Golden Week holiday tourism
?According to the "Mid-Autumn Festival & National Day Holiday Travel Big Data Report" released by Ctrip, a travel service company in China, among all the tourists during this year's Golden Week holiday, men account for 52 percent, whereas women for 48 percent, hinting that male travelers are slightly more enthusiastic than female travelers.
- Driving homes away from home
Strong travel desire and safety concerns following the novel coronavirus epidemic have given China's recreational-vehicle market a shot in the arm.