As China has seen a tourism boom since this year’s Spring Festival holiday, multiple Chinese localities have rolled out measures to further promote tourism.
Train trips made in the first 10 days of March in the Yangtze River Delta region increased by nearly 6.6% from the same period in 2019, according to data from the China Railway Shanghai Bureau Group Co., Ltd.
Domestic flights handled across China from the beginning of this year to March 12 reached 95% of the level in the same period in 2019, according to statistics from flight data service provider VariFlight.
The culture and tourism department of central China’s Hubei Province recently launched tourism products focusing on spring under nine themes to attract visitors.
At the opening ceremony of the culture and tourism consumption promotion season, east China’s Jiangsu Province rolled out 348 cultural and tourism activities and multiple preferential measures to benefit the people, aiming to offer tourists high-quality tourism products and more affordable choices.
Several localities have launched tourist-dedicated trains. On March 19, 320 tourists from Hong Kong arrived in Wuhan, capital of Hubei, by high-speed train for a four-day tour.
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