- Two places in Guangxi listed as national sports tourism demonstration base
Baili Liujiang Sports Tourism Demonstration Base and Yulong River Leisure Sports Tourism Resort in South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region were listed as national demonstration base for sports tourism, said the local Department of Culture and Tourism recently.
- 2021 Hainan Island Carnival opens
The 2021 (22nd) Hainan Island Carnival kicked off in Haikou, capital city of Hainan province, on Dec 10, 2021.
- China's top tourism players list unveiled
The top Chinese tourism players list was revealed at a forum in Beijing during December 11-12.
- Two Chinese villages listed as UNWTO's best tourism villages?
Yucun village of Zhejiang province and Xidi village of Anhui province were named among the best tourism villages by the World Tourism Organization, or UNWTO, on Dec 2.
- Universal Beijing Resort plans expansion
The Universal Beijing Resort is planning its second phase of construction, according to a press briefing on Wednesday.
- World-class tourist destinations satisfy both residents, visitors: Experts
Experts gathered at the 2021 China Cultural and Tourist Industries Summit in Beijing on Tuesday to discuss the development of world-class tourist destinations.
- Getting tourism rolling again with bullet trains
For Benny Kong, a hotel owner and co-founder of a tour company in Laos, the China-Laos Railway is poised to bring more tourists and put business back on track.
- Beijing rolls out winter tourism fun
A total of 22 winter tourism routes were recently unveiled in Beijing.
- Ningbo fair showcases latest in cultural tourism achievements
More than 330 of China's top cultural tourism enterprises are participating in the ongoing 2021 China (Ningbo) Cultural Industries Fair, which opened in the port city in Zhejiang province on Nov 26 and ends on Tuesday.
- Xiamen makes a splash by hosting World Ocean Week
The city of Xiamen in East China's Fujian province is stepping into the international spotlight by hosting the annual World Ocean Week from Nov 18-24.
- Expansion project of south China int'l airport to be operational in December
The expansion project of Haikou Meilan International Airport in south China's resort island of Hainan will be operational on Dec. 2, according to the airport.
- Hainan aims to become intl tourism consumption center by 2025
The General Office of the People's Government of Hainan Province released a five-year action plan on Nov 10, aiming to build the island province into an international tourism consumption center by 2025.
- Building China's impressive high-speed rail
High-speed rail (HSR) is an important indicator of the modernization of a country's transportation and a significant reflection of its level of industrialization.
- Cultural event marks China-Rwanda relations
Sights that epitomize Chinese culture filled a students' hall during a recent exhibition at the University of Rwanda's College of Education Rukara campus, in eastern Rwanda.
- New rail tickets serve Beijing-Tianjin commuters
Railway authorities are rolling out two new types of tickets to be sold at a discount for intercity travel between Beijing and Tianjin - a ticket good for 60 trains within 30 days, and a 20-ride ticket that must be consumed within 90 days.
- Tibet sees tourism boom in first three quarters
About 36.89 million domestic and overseas tourists visited southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region in the first three quarters of this year, up 15.2 percent year on year, according to local authorities.
- Province shines during landmark Dubai expo
High-quality products from nearly 200 Chinese enterprises are being displayed online at the ongoing Expo Dubai 2020 and attracting the world's attention.
- Shanghai Disney Resort to be temporarily closed for epidemic control
Shanghai Disneyland and Disneytown will be temporarily closed from Monday to Tuesday for the purpose of epidemic prevention and control, said a notice released by the facility Sunday evening.
- Attractions industry continues to grow in China, report says
China's attractions industry has continued to evolve and expand amid the pandemic, as the country moves toward a leading global position, says a global attractions attendance report.
- Energy evolution or extinction
As COP 26 draws to a close, humanity stands at a critical crossroads. The path we have travelled until now cannot continue much further, for it ends in extinction for millions of species－and, ultimately, humankind. Yet, another path remains open, to a lasting future for us and our planet－if we take it in time.
- Unthinkable transportation moves people toward true prosperity
I was up to my knees in rocks. I staggered to and fro as I climbed forward, up the abrupt mountainside, occasionally catching myself with my hands as I lurched one way or another, as if unreasonably drunk.
- Exhibition reflects the cultural and social diversity of rural idyll
Wandering the streets of Beigou village in northern Beijing's Huairou district is currently a journey of artistic discovery for visitors, who will be able to enjoy artworks, such as paintings, sculptures and installations, by 14 artists from home and abroad.
- Walk the Great Wall of China online
As the largest human-made structure in the world, the Great Wall of China is a must-see for many travelers coming to China. But now anyone around the world can easily and conveniently visit this UNESCO World Heritage site online.
- Online tour of Great Wall unveiled in Beijing Wtown
A virtual tour of the Great Wall called Walk the Great Wall of China has been launched.
- Potala Palace to open free of charge until year-end
The iconic Potala Palace in Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region will be open to the public free of charge from Friday to the end of 2021, as authorities strive to promote winter tourism.
- Scenic villages north of the capital invest in public spaces
During her recent visit to Miyun district in northeastern Beijing, Ren Jing joined local residents in a dance after dinner.
- Luoyang unveils culture and tourism integration index
Henan provincial capital Luoyang has shown a 30 percent increase in its culture and tourism integration development last year compared with 2018, according to a development index unveiled in Beijing on Oct 9.
- ?Moon Lake Sculpture Park hosts paddleboard, kayak competitions
The 2021 Shanghai City Amateur League Paddleboard Open and the 2021 Songjiang Kayak Invitational Tournament were held on Sept 5 at Shanghai Moon Lake Sculpture Park in Sheshan National Tourist Resort.
- Ecological protection efforts bolster rural tourism in NE China
"We've heard so much about the beautiful maple leaves here. It's definitely worth the journey," said Du Juan, a woman visiting the Fenglin Valley in Huanren Man autonomous county, Benxi, northeast China's Liaoning province.
- Jinhai Lake rolls out H plan
Jinhai Lake unveiled an H plan on October 10 to promote its history, health, homestay and hotel industries.