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CNN Highlights Family-Friendly Activities in China04/24/2013

China is a place of history, natural wonders and exotic sights, but not all travelers may necessarily think of it first for family travel. But, as CNN described in its recent “China with children” article, there are many activities throughout China to keep kids awed and entertained. If simply standing atop the famous Great Wall is not enough to impress all the mem ...Read More

Hangzhou Tourism Road Show Visits New York04/22/2013

Hangzhou Tourism visited New York City last week as part of its U.S. Road Show. The event was held in Grand Hyatt Hotel in Manhattan on April 18th and brought together more than 170 travel professionals and officials. New York City Council member Peter Koo, China National Tourist Office in New York Director Yaping Xue, and Chinese Deputy Consul General to New York, Do ...Read More

Believe It Or Not Museum Opens in Shanghai04/10/2013

A new Believe It or Not Museum featuring a wide array of oddities, items and scenes is scheduled to open to the public in Shanghai in late April 2013. The museum is just off the Shanghai Bund Sightseeing Tunnel, a pedestrian-only tunnel that connects the Bund and Lujiazui Financial Districts; visitors travel through the tunnel in an automated car and take in vibrant a ...Read More

Qing Dao City Promotes Island Tourism04/10/2013

Qingdao in the Shandong Province on the eastern coast of China plans to focus on developing tourism to its nearby islands, as well as conserving the natural habitats found there. Island sightseeing, exploration and even vacations will be heavily promoted to nearby islands including Lingshan Island, Zhucha Island, and more. The tourism products will range from night se ...Read More

China National Tourism and Leisure Outline Published04/08/2013

The General Office of the State Council of China recently announced a series of initiatives aimed at improving China’s travel and tourism infrastructure. These improvements, including the building, expansion and update of hotels, attractions, highways, and airports, are planned not only to make inbound travel easier for tourists visiting China, but also in hopes tha ...Read More

Xisha Islands to Open to Tourists this May04/06/2013

China plans to open the Xisha Islands, a cluster of islands and reefs in the South China Sea, to cruise tourists ahead of the upcoming May Day Holiday. Visitors will stay and dine on their crusie ships, but will be able to visit the islands for sightseeing. While the islands make for beautiful touring, the infrastructure and tourism offerings located on-islands are c ...Read More

Guilin Seeks to Expand Tourism04/01/2013

Guilin, a city in the Guangxi province, is a destination renowned for its unique scenery of Karst topography in south China. The destination is hoping to bring in more international visitors through several initiatives, including expanding international flight arrivals and seeking favorable visa policies from the central government of China. Last year, more than 1.9 m ...Read More

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