Aggregated China Travel News

Travel WeeklyChina widens visa-free travel to HainanTravel WeeklyThe Chinese government has doubled the number of countries whose residents can travel to the tropical island province of Hainan without a visa. Starting May 1, residents of 59 countries, …


The New Indian Express

PM Modi to meet Chinese president for talks on April 27-28
The New Indian Express
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to Wuhan, China for an “informal' summit meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping from April 27 to 28. Announcing this on Sunday in Beijing at a joint press conference after talks with External

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Voice of America

Door Opens for New Tourism in South China Sea
Voice of America
A southern Chinese province's plan to offer visa-free tourism could lead some visitors to explore the disputed South China Sea. Hainan, an island province, plans to allow visa-free travel to visitors from 59 countries beginning May 1, state-run media

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Ahmedabad MirrorModi to visit China for summit talks with XiAhmedabad MirrorThe April 27-28 meeting comes amid several positive developments like China agreeing to share river data. NEW DELHI Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be travelling to China thi…


ForexLive

Weekend: US Treasury Secretary Mnuchin said he may travel to China
ForexLive
US Treasury Secretary Mnuchin spoke with reporters on Saturday about perhaps going to China for trade discussions. "I am not going to make any comment on timing, nor do I have anything confirmed, but a trip is under consideration". He didn't give much


Business Daily (press release) (blog)

Kenya sets sights on more Chinese tourists
Business Daily (press release) (blog)
Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) last week launched a video marketing campaign targeting the Chinese travel market during a media forum in Beijing. The custom-made Chinese-language video targets to increase awareness on Kenya's tourism sites. The video will

Dubai eyes China, India, Russia to boost cruise tourism
gulfnews.com
Currently, German tourists account for a lion's share of cruise passengers in Dubai, making 40 per cent of passengers. Bin Mejren said he expected to see an increase in the number of cruise visitors from India and China due to their relative proximity

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South China Morning PostIndian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit China for one-on-one summit with Xi JinpingSouth China Morning PostIndian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to central China this week for an informal summit with Chinese Presi…

Clipper28 (satire) (press release) (blog)Prime Minister Modi to travel to China to meet Chinese Pres Xi JinpingClipper28 (satire) (press release) (blog)Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to travel to China on Apr 27 to meet the Chinese President X…

India TodayPM Modi to visit China on April 27 and April 28 for informal summit with President Xi JinpingIndia TodayTravelling to China for a summit meeting with Xi — that too only a month before an already scheduled June trip for the Shanghai Cooperat…

India TodaySushma Swaraj holds key talks with Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in BeijingIndia TodayReports have said he may also travel separately to China in coming weeks for a meeting with President Xi Jinping. This would be the first meeting between the…


Moneycontrol.com

97% Indians travellers eye 'sustainable' tourism in 2018: Survey
Moneycontrol.com
The sustainability measures are not an inconvenience, as many Indian travellers indicated they engage in sustainable travel behaviour because it adds a positive experience to their trip, it added. The survey was commissioned by Booking.com and was

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Channel NewsAsia

China welcomes US to visit to discuss trade
Channel NewsAsia
… country to discuss trade and economic issues, amid tensions between the world's two largest economies. "The Chinese side has received information that the U.S. side hopes to come to Beijing to discuss economic and trade issues. China welcomes this

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International Business Times

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin May Visit China As Trade Tensions Simmer
International Business Times
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Saturday he may travel to China, a move that could ease tensions between the world's two largest economies, as international policymakers acknowledged Beijing needs to change its trade practices. The

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South China Morning Post

China welcomes prospect of trip by US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
South China Morning Post
China said on Sunday it welcomed plans by US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to visit the country to discuss trade and economic issues, amid tensions between the world's two largest economies. “The Chinese side has received information that the US

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