- Performing 'physical checkup'on the highland glacier
When Kang Shichang arrived at the foot of Mount Qomolangma on the China-Nepal border for the first time 25 years ago, he immediately became fascinated with glaciers.
- In-depth travel gains popularity in many Chinese cities
?In-depth local travel has become popular with Chinese people in many cities, allowing them to have a new understanding of the cities they live in.
- Beijing parks see decline in visitors during holiday amid COVID-19 resurgence
Parks in Beijing received about 4.78 million visits during the five-day May Day holiday which ended on Wednesday, down 37.7 percent from the previous year, according to the Beijing Municipal Administration Center of Parks.
- Xinjiang sees more short-distance tours during long holiday
More residents turned to short-distance and urban tours in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region during the six-day Labor Day and Eid al-Fitr holiday.
- Come and watch the awarded works of the ice and snow photography contest of Altay City, NW China’s Xinjiang
Altay City, Xinjiang held an ice and snow photography contest themed on ‘Let’s move forward into the future in the capital of snow’.
- China sees 160 mln domestic tourist trips during May Day holiday
China saw a total of 160 million domestic tourist trips during the five-day May Day holiday, down 30.2 percent from last year, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism Wednesday.
- Bauhinia blossoms in S China's Liuzhou showcase vitality of springtime
Liuzhou, located in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, is a city with the largest number of Bauhinia in China.
- Integration of culture, tourism gives impetus to China’s rural vitalization
China’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism and five other departments recently issued a guideline on promoting the development of cultural industries in a bid to advance rural vitalization, with the integration of culture and tourism listed as one of the key fields that can help boost rural vitalization.
- Fueling tourism recovery with micro tours
The concept of "micro-tourism" or "micro-vacation", which comes from the tourism industry, may not be new, but micro-tourism seems to have become a trend in recent years.
- Bean bonanza as Pu'er coffee gains specialty status
One hundred and thirty years after the first coffee bean arrived in Pu'er city in Southwest China's Yunnan province, the quality of the beans grown there and local livelihoods have both been given a boost.
- Across China: E-map eases toilet worries in Chinese cities
Veteran taxi driver Zhu Wenli uses Chinese mobile mapping service Gaode Map not just for planning his route, but often for locating a nearby public toilet in north China's Tianjin Municipality.
- Tropical island maintains magnetic appeal with global luxury goods
More luxury foreign brands are entering the island province of Hainan, a tourist destination that is gaining momentum in its development as an international center for tourism consumption, backed by lucrative preferential policies and measures.
- Blooming cherry blossoms bring spring to Yantai
Flower tours have become an increasingly popular option for people who want to take part in more leisurely activities this spring. In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, visitors can choose a safer way to spend their leisure time, and local travel is the best choice.
- China Focus: Peering into China's national park construction from Hainan
Walking into a virtual 3D tropical rainforest, guests attending the Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2022 in China's southernmost province of Hainan could see gibbons endemic to the island swinging between branches as if they were visiting an actual rainforest.
- Gansu orchard hosts livestream for flowering season
A pear orchard in Shichuan town in Lanzhou, Northwest China's Gansu province, recently entered its flowering season. The orchard boasts a history of over one hundred years and has almost 10,000 old-growth trees.
- An iconic arena that's nestled in northern Beijing
It was hazy, the kind of day that gave a hint of the warmth to come when summer reaches its height in the coming weeks.
- Photographer captures improving Yellow River environment
?For more than a decade, bird photographer Yue Changhong has traveled over 180,000 kilometers and captured in excess of 500,000 images.
- Across China: Inner Mongolia grasslands in grazing moratorium to grow grass
Lu Shuping, a herder in Xilin Gol League Grasslands, has kept his sheep flock in a pen since April as the grasslands entered a 45-day grazing moratorium for nurturing growing grass.
- Across China: Hainan's tropical rainforest park a highlight of national ecological progress
With more Hainan gibbon infants spotted and new macrofungi species discovered, the construction of the Hainan Tropical Rainforest National Park has made significant contribution to the local biodiversity.
- UNESCO, Gansu announce partnership
UNESCO and Northwest China's Gansu province have signed a partnership agreement to promote cultural heritage protection and creative industries in the province.
- China's Jiangsu to build over 400 pocket parks
ast China's economic hub Jiangsu Province plans to add more green spaces to improve people's living environment, including building over 400 pocket parks by 2025, said local authorities.
- Infographic: Four Treasures of Qinling Mountains are rare, precious
Infographic: Four Treasures of Qinling Mountains are rare, precious
- People view flowers in Jinan, Shandong
People view flowers in Jinan, Shandong
- Amazing China in 60 Seconds: Guangxi
South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region is famous for the picturesque landscapes of Guilin.
- Beijing's worldview vital to the future of humanity
Building a community with a shared future for mankind demonstrates a worldview that is open to all and not defined by boundaries or discrimination, and that kind of thinking is fundamental to the future of humanity, a forum has told.
- Tourism hit by worsening epidemic
The domestic tourism market took a blow from the worsening COVID-19 situation in many parts of the country, with a marked decrease in those traveling and revenue generated during the just finished Tomb Sweeping Day holiday.
- Local travel becomes major choice during Qingming Festival
Local travel was the trend during the three-day Qingming Festival holiday in China with 94.9 percent of total tourists coming from the provinces they live in, said the Ministry of Culture and Tourism on Tuesday.
- Beijing parks see rise in visitors during holiday
Urban parks in Beijing saw a visitor boom during the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday, as they are favored for short-distance travel by residents in compliance with authorities' health tips of staying put to block the COVID-19 spread.
- China's northernmost province increases support for ice, snow industries
China's northernmost Heilongjiang province will allocate an annual fund of no less than 200 million yuan ($31.4 million) to develop its ice and snow industries, local authorities said Wednesday.
- Wuxi blossoms culturally and economically
Wuxi city in Jiangsu province becomes a popular destination for flower lovers each spring as the 30,000 cherry trees at the Yuantouzhu (Turtle Head Isle) Scenic Area blossom, producing a panorama of delicate splendor.