Qunar said that the most popular overseas destinations for the May Day holiday include Singapore, Seoul, Taipei, Bali, Osaka, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Tokyo and Dubai.
In the first year of its operation in 2019, Yisu will provide direct sales channels to soft brand stores and it will charge no commissions as its goal is not to make a short-term profit.
Residents from 614 domestic and overseas cities have already made bookings for the holiday, which runs from May 1 to May 4.
Booking.com only saw a 10% increase in review volume, generating 28.3 million reviews. In third place is Tripadvisor with 11.3 million.
Backed by Ctrip, China’s largest online travel operator, Tujia controls nearly half of China’s home-sharing market with Alibaba-backed rival Xiaozhu.
The hospitality company has also finished a merger of its Plateno Trip and Jinjiang Trip apps which is intended to enhance user service and experience.
Italy is rated by Chinese travellers as the most popular destination in Europe, second only to Russia.
countries including Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Turkey, Thailand and Sri Lanka have started to accept visa application documents online and issue e-visas.
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