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Brussels tourism fair held in Belgium

 A variety of snacks are on sale at a stall of French Alsace region at Brussels tourism fair in Brussels, Belgium, on Feb. 2, 2017. (Xinhua/Ye Pingfan) A stall Find Out More

Argentina's new visa policies to attract more Chinese tourists

 BUENOS AIRES, July 26 (Xinhua) -- The Argentinean government announced Tuesday that Chinese tourists, who have already owned a valid tourism visa for the United Find Out More

Australia extends automated border clearance to
Chinese visitors

 SYDNEY, June 20 (Xinhua) -- Eligible Chinese tourists can now use Australia's "smart gate" system when arriving into the country for automated border clearance, Find Out More

Thailand tries to attract more tourists to Koh Tao island while limiting their impact on environment

 KOH TAO, Thailand, June 20 (Xinhua) -- An annual festival is held in the popular diving destination Koh Tao Island in southern Thailand this weekend during whic Find Out More

Outbound travelers shrug off declines in yuan value

 Outbound tourists ride on agency packages whose prices are set months in advanceWhen the yuan fell to 6.58 to the US dollar, the lowest level in five years, on Find Out More

Turkey aims to woo 1 million Chinese this year

 Turkey's beleaguered tourism sector aims to attract over 1 million Chinese this year to compensate for the dwindling foreign arrivals from Europe and Russia, to Find Out More

People have fun in pillow fight held in Kiev

 People take part in a pillow fight during a flash mob in Kiev, Ukraine, April 24, 2016. [Photo/Agencies] Find Out More

$12.8b hotel offer 'to boost market share'

 The acquisition of US hotel chain operator Starwood by Chinese insurance conglomerate Anbang Insurance Group, if successful, will increase the hotel group's glo Find Out More

Rains reveal how ancient people thrived in the desert

 Recent heavy rains caused flash floods across the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, forcing authorities to close the gates of the famed Petra ruins to tourists who w Find Out More

Israel gearing up to receive more Chinese tourists

 China and Israel recently announced that mutual 10-year multiple-entry visas would be issued to their citizens in the future for travel related to business and Find Out More