International arrivals to New York are down as much as 93%, and the people and businesses of the city’s tourism industry are on the brink.
Shanghai to welcome Legoland theme park, hotel; Fintech conglomerate Aladdin Holdings invests in four listed travel companies.
The 100m-long road in Foshan city called Ichiban Street has been outfitted by a local property developer to resemble famous commercial streets in Japan.
The USD 550 million Shanghai Legoland resort will be jointly developed by Shanghai's Jinshan district government, Merlin Entertainments, CMC Inc, and Kirkbi.
RV travel frenzy in China led to lack of supply over holiday; American Airlines to shift to new Beijing airport.
RV orders doubled in June from the same period last year on the RV2Go platform, which has rental sites in over 30 cities nationwide and holds more than 60% market share.
Creating more green lanes and negotiating air travel bubbles with countries whose Covid-19 infection rates were low were among the plans outlined to “revive” Changi Air Hub.
Alibaba acquires nearly 10% stake in Dufry, forms China joint venture; Ctrip chairman says live streaming is here to stay as Chinese tourism almost "fully recovers".
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