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Guiyang to Guangzhou high-speed railway links tourist attractions01/08/2015

A new high-speed railway opened in December, linking the city of Guiyang in southwest China's Guizhou province to Guangzhou in Guangdong province. The Guiyang-Guangzhou high-speed railway traverses through these south and southwestern areas of China, making it easier for visitors to visit cultural and natural attractions along the way. The vast Longli grassland and t ...Read More

New Hotel Development in China’s Guangdong Provice01/08/2015

Several new hotels have opened in China this month, with quite a few notable entrants in Guangdong Province. With China’s rapidly growing markets, it is a hotspot for international hotel development and major hotel brands have jumped in to capitalize on the demand. The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Heyuan debuted recently in the central business district of this rapidl ...Read More

Visiting China makes a difference to you and the locals01/05/2015

You know why you are motivated to travel to China. Maybe you want an adventure that takes you out of your comfort zone, one that allows you to immerse yourself in a culture and history that are so very different from your own. Maybe you want to marvel at sights you’ve read about for years and long to see with your own eyes, and make connections and friendships with ...Read More

China and U.S. Focus on Tourism and Exchange at JCCT Meetings12/19/2014

Policymakers and business leaders from the U.S. and China took part in the first-ever Chicago meeting of the U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT) this week, with both groups agreeing that tourism to each country is a top priority and laying out plans to facilitate visitation. Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang co-chaired the sessions with U.S. Secretar ...Read More

Hotel Boom in China: New Hotel Openings & Many More in Development12/19/2014

The hotel industry in China is booming, with many top hotel projects in the pipeline. TOPHOTELPROJECTS, a leading provider of hotel data, reports that there are 544 first class and luxury hotels with 164,400 rooms in development in China currently. New hotels are in the works in Beijing and Shanghai of course, as well as in other Chinese cities including Changsha, Che ...Read More

Forbes Releases List of Top 30 Chinese Cities for Tourism12/19/2014

Forbes China posted its list of the 30 best mainland cities in China for tourism, with the well-known Beijing and Shanghai taking top honors and Chongqing joining the top three for the first time. Forbes utilizes six indexes to measure tourism development, including tourist arrivals and revenue, as well as the number and quality of hotels, and scenic spots and tourism ...Read More

Beijing to Get Third Airport to Ease Travel12/19/2014

Travel to and from China is so popular these days that the nation has approved plans for a third airport in the capital city of Beijing. The current Beijing Capital International Airport is the second busiest airport in the world, handling more than 83 million passengers a year. The second airport, Beijing Nanyuan Airport, is a former military airfield with limite ...Read More

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