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China to Add High-speed Train Service03/28/2017

China will open a new high-speed train service linking the central industrial hub of Wuhan with Zhuhai City on the southern coast in April. The new service will allow a single trip of 5 hours and 14 minutes to cover the 698-mile (1,123 km) trip, which takes more than 13 hours by car. Ticket sales started yesterday for the new service, which is scheduled to open on ...Read More

Dajue Mountains Win Top Tourism Accolade03/27/2017

Dajue MountainsThe China National Tourism Administration recently designated the Dajue Mountains Scenic Area in Fuzhou City, in Jiangxi province, as an AAAAA attraction, China's highest rating. The area, located along the border of the Jiangxi and Fujian provinces, boasts an expanse of virgin forest and a wide variety of wild animals and plants. Visitors can se ...Read More

Marriott Brings New Tribute Portfolio Brand to Shanghai03/27/2017

Marriott Tribute Portfolio, part of Marriott International, recently announced the opening of The Yuluxe Sheshan, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel, Shanghai. The hotel joins Tribute Portfolio's collection of luxury hotels around the globe. In nearly two years, the company has opened 19 hotels with 14 on the horizon, including The Honghe Nativel and Mile in Yunnan, Chi ...Read More

Hainan Airlines Launches Nonstop Routes from LAX to Chengdu and Chongqing03/27/2017

Hainan Airlines recently announced new nonstop service from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province, and to Chongqing, both with two flights weekly. These new routes complement Hainan's existing service from LAX to Changsha launched in early 2016. LAX flights offer nighttime departures with morning arrivals in China and a ...Read More

Top 10 Places for Spring Flowers in China03/15/2017

[caption id="attachment_9533" align="alignnone" width="701"] The ancient pavilion is surrounded by trees and flowers of various colors in Hangzhou. [Photo/VCG][/caption]Winter is coming to an end throughout much of China, and spring is around the corner with many beautiful flowers blooming. Here are 10 places where you can take your family to experience beautiful spri ...Read More

Meet CNTO at Seatrade Cruise Global 201703/06/2017

The China National Tourist Office in New York will be exhibiting at Seatrade Cruise Global, the leading trade event for cruise industry buyers and suppliers in the U.S., from March 13 through 16. Several provincial and city tourism offices – including Jilin, Tianjin, Hainan, Guangdong, and Qingdao – will have senior representatives to meet and discuss futur ...Read More

Dragon Boat Festival 201703/06/2017

Also known as Duanyang Festival, Wuri Festival, and May Festival, the 2017 Dragon Boat Festival will be celebrated on May 5, based on the lunar calendar. Originating in China, Dragon Boat Festival was initially the festival in which people prayed for removing disease and preventing illness. Later, when patriotic poet Qu Yuan was said to die on this day, it beca ...Read More

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