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Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. said Thursday it plans to open four luxury hotels in China by the end of the year to cater to the growing number of wealthy Chinese travelers.Read More
Visits to the sites where Chairman Mao and his fellow revolutionaries lived and fought are expected to double to 800 million and generate 200 billion yuan ($32 billion) in spending by 2015.Read More
About 40,000 Chinese tourists applied for a visa in 2013. The total number of tourists travelling to Greece this year is expected to reach 100,000; 20,000 more compared to the previous year.Read More
For rich Chinese consumers, luxury is no longer about 'having' but 'being'. Consumers are shifting away from merely owning things to seeking experiences that help demonstrate their wealth.Read More
China Southern Airlines becomes the first international airline which serves Mauritius and China. Air Mauritius has eight flights per week to China and plans to add another direct flight to Beijing.Read More
Macau will reduce the maximum number of days that Chinese passport holders with transit visas can stay in the city to five from seven, in an attempt to prevent them from abusing the law.Read More
As more Chinese tourists are deterred from traveling to traditionally popular destinations such as Malaysia and Vietnam, other East Asian countries are eyeing the world's biggest spenders. Read More
Bali has seen an influx of high-spending Chinese tourists in the first four months of 2014, buoyed by convenient air connections and diversions from other South-east Asian destinations.Read More
Keen to tap into the spending power of tourists from China's expanding middle class, the Home Office announced a streamlined application process and a service to grant them visas within 24 hours.Read More
Pineapples, mangoes, wax apples, sugar apples and guavas are the Taiwanese fruits that Chinese tourists appreciate the most, and do not hesitate to dispatch them in order to satisfy their palettes.Read More