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  • Shanghai Disney is questioned for its regulations2019-08-28

    In response to a lawsuit against its "no outside food and beverage" policy, Shanghai Disneyland said on Monday that the rule is "consistent with many other theme parks across China" and "guests are welcome to enjoy their own food and beverages outside the park". The suit was brought by a law school student in Shanghai after she was told by park secur...
  • InterContinental Hong Kong, Mira force staff to take leave2019-08-27

    Hong Kong’s hotel workers are paying the price for three months of anti-government protests, with many placed involuntarily on paid and unpaid leave as occupancy rates plummet. The South China Morning Post has learned that the Mira Hong Kong, situated in the bustling tourist district of Tsim Sha Tsui, has become the latest of the city’s high-end hotels to...
  • Fosun Tourism's half-year revenues rise 35.9% to RMB 9,062.7 million2019-08-25

    Fosun Tourism Group (also known as “FOLIDAY”), a major part of Fosun’s Happiness Ecosystem today announces its interim results for the six months ended 30 June. 2019. The business volume of resorts and destination operations and tourism and leisure services and solutions (collectively as “tourism operation”), at constant exchange rate, increased...
  • China's domestic arrivals to grow 8.8% to reach 3.08 billion in H1 20192019-08-25

    According to a report released by China Tourism Academy, domestic visitor arrivals is expected to grow by close to 9% to reach 3 billion in the first half of 2019.1,2 All together generating tourism revenue of RMB2.78 trillion, up by 13.5% over the same period of last year. Notably, domestic tourism registered year-on-year growth of 7.6%, 10.9%, 13.7...
  • Can Chinese tourists save Myanmar’s floundering travel industry?2019-08-24

    Myanmar saw its international visitor arrivals surged from 792,000 in 2010 to 4.7 million in 2015, according to CEIC Data. Then, in 2016, arrivals suddenly dropped to 2.9 million, a downturn of 38%, amid political and economic concerns, as well as a lack of tourism management. Arrivals have since crept back up in number, but they remain well below their p...
  • China OTAs turn over 700 billion yuan in H1 2019, Ctrip accounts for 55.7%2019-08-24

    Outbound travelers from China totaled 5.8 billion and contributed 5.97 trillion yuan to the whole travel market in 2018. The transaction volume of China's OTAs exceeded 700 billion yuan, accounting for nearly 70% of total online travel consumption in H1 2019. The online travel market is dominated by BAT-backed Ctrip, with strong players like Fliggy, To...
  • Night tours become popular in China2019-08-15

    Nighttime tours and performances are becoming increasingly popular in China, as rising daytime temperatures are cooling the fervor for visiting popular tourist spots and other attractions. For sightseeing destinations and travel agencies, nighttime travel lengthens tourists' stay time, and helps bring new business opportunities. It has also become a tool to...
  • InterContinental Hotels hit by slower Revpar growth in China and US2019-08-14

    InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) faced weaker revenue available per room (Revpar) in the US and China. Revenues of USD 1.01 billion in the first six months of 2019 were up 13% on the same period last year but slightly short of the USD 1.02 billion that analysts expected. Comparable Revpar softened 0.2% decline in the second quarter from the 0.3% in the ...
  • CVC to buy Korea’s No.2 hotel booking app in $285 mn deal2019-08-12

    CVC Capital Partners is set to buy a controlling stake in South Korea’s No. 2 accommodation booking app operator and in separate talks with minority shareholders to raise its ownership in the start-up firm to about 80%, in a deal worth more than 340 billion won ($285 million). The British private equity firm has reached a preliminary agreement to acquire ...
  • HOTELS 325: Jin Jiang becomes global No. 2 hotel group, OYO ranks 8th2019-08-12

    Between aggregators like China’s Jin Jiang International to industry unicorn Oyo Hotels & Homes, the complexion of HOTELS annual 325 is evolving at a pace not seen before. Marriott International holds onto the top spot after what now feels like an ancient deal to acquire Starwood Hotels & Resorts. But this year Hilton dipped to No. 3 behind Chinese state-...

Crowne Plaza Beijing Wangfujing

No.48 Wangfujing Street Dongcheng District Beijing China