With the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak showing some sign of abating, more tourist attractions in China have decided to reopen for tourists. Meanwhile, certain measures have been taken for continued epidemic prevention and control.
International airlines are expected to resume their China flights in late April after extending the suspension period of their operations due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The top-rated scenic spots reopened to tourists Friday in Sanya, a resort city in south China's island province of Hainan, amid the novel coronavirus epidemic.
West Lake scenic area in Zhejiang Province gradually resumed operation Wednesday, according to the local administrative committee.
The parks of the West Lake Scenic Area in Hangzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, are scheduled to resume operation starting from Wednesday, according to the local management committee. Yet, all of the museums, former residences, attics and other buildings, will remain closed.
The parks of the West Lake Scenic Area in Hangzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, are scheduled to resume operation starting from Wednesday.
East China's Jiangsu province has released a slew of measures, including launching a relief fund to help cultural and tourism firms weather the coronavirus epidemic.
China has remained the biggest source of international visitors to Australia in 2019, according to the statistics released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) on Tuesday.
A total of 1.74 million Chinese tourists visited the Philippines in 2019, a 38.58 percent increase from 2018, data from the Philippine Department of Tourism (DOT) showed on Monday.
North China's Tianjin municipality and Southwest China's Guizhou province announced on Sunday they are opening all their tourist areas for free for all medical workers.
Travelers apply for up to 144-hour visa-free entry at Beijing Capital International Airport, on Dec 26, 2019. The entry also can be used to visit Tianjin and Hebei province.
Hong Kong's visitor arrivals in January more than halved from a year ago as cross-border transport services were reduced significantly amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Nyingchi, a popular tourist city in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, has discouraged thousands of tourists from coming amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.
China's aviation authority Wednesday expressed the hope that certain countries would follow the advice of international organizations and lift travel bans as early as possible to facilitate cross-border journeys.
CAAC issued the notice on the prevention and control of the novel coronavirus during the return period of the Spring Festival travel rush, requiring all civil aviation departments to further focus on the prevention and control measures of passenger flow.
The White House announced on Friday that the United States will restrict immigration from six new countries, four of which are African countries, a controversial move that has already drawn criticism.
Shanghai Disney Resort announced Wednesday a temporary change to its ticketing policy, saying those who had already bought entry tickets or other services could reschedule their visit to any date in the next six months.
China launched its first snow-themed train in Heilongjiang province on Sunday.
People from all over the world who visit China's Huangshan Mountain can enjoy a 50 percent discount, or 95 yuan ($13.8) per ticket, in February, a move the scenic spot is offering to celebrate the 30th anniversary of its inscription on the World Heritage List.
Red-billed leiothrixes forage at Xihu Park in Fuzhou, southeast China's Fujian Province, Jan. 20, 2020.
Yabuli, a ski resort in Northeast China's Heilongjiang province has launched snow-themed train services between the provincial capital Harbin and the resort.
China's booming civil aviation industry is expected to see 710 million air passenger trips in 2020, up 7.6 percent from last year, according to the country's civil aviation authorities.
As sub-zero temperatures persist in northern China, a large number of Chinese tourists are flocking to the city of Ruili in the southwestern border province of Yunnan, hoping to flee the winter chill.
Myanmar is courting tourists, especially those from China－and its efforts seem to be paying off.
A white-eye is seen on a branch at a forest park in Fuzhou, capital of southeast China's Fujian Province, Jan. 18, 2020.
A grand glass viewing platform began trial operation on Saturday at the Dashiwei Sinkholes in Baise county, South China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
19 (Xinhua) -- A glass sightseeing platform has stoked excitement among visitors to a mountain in southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.On Saturday, hundreds of visitors tiptoed on the overhanging platform as it began trial operations in a world geological park in the county of Leye, a place famous for its karst mountains and natural sinkholes. The 80-meter-long platform spans over the ridges of a mountain about 1,450 meters above sea level.
Myanmar is attracting more and more Chinese tourists to explore the ancient cultural heritage and natural beauty in this neighboring country.
Macao's average Tourist Price Index (TPI) for the whole year of 2019 went down by 0.37 percent year-on-year to 133.85, the special administrative region's (SAR) statistics service said on Friday.
Europe's 22-nation European Space Agency, also known as the ESA, has announced a huge budget increase for its next five years of space exploration and discovery, and its director general has said the prospect of space as a tourist destination "will certainly come".