China sees promising tourism rebound

2023-03-04 Editor : Li Yan ECNS App Download
Special: Two Sessions 2023

China sees a promising tourism rebound as people have demonstrated higher desire and needs to travel as the nation continues optimizing its COVID-19 management policies.

Dai Bin, a member of the 14th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, China's top advisory body, said at a news conference in Beijing on Saturday, that tourism activities have become part of life for most Chinese people.

"We've heard much good news about the tourism industry this year. For example, the Spring Festival holiday - a seven-day break in late January - saw 308 million domestic trips made, creating revenue of over 375 billion yuan ($54.3 billion). China also resumed outbound group tours to 20 countries and regions such as Thailand and Singapore from Feb 6," he said.

He said that China has splendid natural and cultural tourism resources, and has also improved its infrastructure and smart services for traveling, which will encourage more people to get out of their homes and pay visits to these attractions.


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