The proceeds will be used for product development and market expansion.
Chinese tourist sites received 782 million visits during the holiday, up well over 7% from last year’s 726 million, but that’s slower than growth of past two years.
The company has had about 15 million users, mostly aged between 25-35.
During the current National Day “golden week” holiday break, the number of Chinese who registered for group trips by themselves surged 56% over last year.
The 215-key establishment, which opened its doors on September 25, spans two floors and is more than 9,000 square meters in size.
China remained the largest source of foreign visitors to the Southeast Asian nation, accounting for 39% of its total foreign arrivals.
Online travel site Ctrip says weak outbound travel demand and a decline in air ticket prices may affect third-quarter earnings.
NDC technology is being developed but it will be some time before there is widespread adoption by Chinese airlines and other players.
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