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    Grand Hyatt Sanya Haitang Bay Resort SPA is situated amid the serene and sandy beach in the center of the National Coast, Haitang Bay. With a contemporary design inspired by traditional Chinese Lanterns, this splendid resort is a beacon on the shore guilding travellers to a destination of comfort, luxury and rejuvenation. The resort is mere 34km from Sanya P...
  • Asian aviation rebounds slowly after a 47% decline in scheduled seats2020-04-24

    The COVID-19 crisis has brought international air networks to a grinding halt, according to the global travel and data analytics expert Cirium. As some Asian countries have passed what is hoped as the worst of the crisis, some very limited capacity recovery is currently being seen across Asia and in China. Speaking on an Airline Economics webinar entitled C...
  • With millions unemployed, hotel industry lobbies to spend stimulus on other needs2020-04-20

    Hotels were among the earliest businesses to feel the economic sting from coronavirus shutdowns and the first to ask Congress for aid, as top executives hurriedly met with President Trump to ask for $150 billion in mid-March. But less than three weeks after Trump signed the stimulus package into law, hotel owners say they may not even be able to use the fun...
  • Travel companies rely on live streaming, advance purchase deals2020-04-19

    The road to recovery for China’s travel industry is still littered with uncertainties though there are early signs of rebound. Travel executives in China all pointed to the effectiveness of offering advance purchase options through live streaming events in their recovery strategies. The live streaming sales approach has become more popular in the travel ...
  • Club Med resorts to reopen ‘One By One’ starting in China, Fosun Tourism CEO says2020-04-18

    As China gradually lifts its containment measures, Atlantis Sanya on the country's popular Hainan Island reopened for business on March 28 with an occupancy rate of 70%. The majority of those guests were from outside Hainan, mainly Shanghai, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Guangzhou and Chengdu. The early indications look promising to Jim Qian, executive chairman and CE...
  • Joya Hotel (Hangzhou Qianjiang New Town) profile2020-04-13

    The Joya Hotel \(Hangzhou Qianjiang New Town\) is one of the newest hotels in Hangzhou, having opened in 2020. From the hotel, Hangzhou Railway Station is just 4km away. The closest major public transportation, Chengxing Road Metro Station, is only 300m away. Famous local attractions Hangzhou Qianjiang Xincheng Citizen's Center, City Balcony and Bolang Cultu...
  • The St. Regis Beijing profile2020-04-12

    The St. Regis Beijing Hotel is located just outside Second Ring Road, near Jianguomen Bridge and south of the Ritan Park embassy neighborhood of Beijing. It is in the central business district, close to shopping and entertainment areas, and walking distance from a subway station. Nearby attractions include Dong Hua Men Night Market, China Museum of History, ...
  • Hainan to build national sports tourism pilot zone2020-04-09

    Hainan issued a five-year plan on developing a national sports tourism pilot zone on Monday, in a bid to help turn the island province into a leading global tourist destination, according to the provincial government's official website. The plan, to be implemented between 2020 to 2025, said the pilot zone is expected to gain initial progress in pioneering t...
  • Booking sells $106M Trip.com stake; United may resume China flights | Daily Brief2020-04-09

    Booking Holdings reported on April 7 that it sold 4,500,000 ADSs of Trip.com Group through an affiliated firm at USD 23.45 per ADS in the open market from March 23 to April 3, 2020. The total value of the transaction was more than USD 105.5 million. The world's largest online travel group now holds a 4.93% stake in its major Chinese counterpart, over 3 perce...
  • Hong Kong developer’s hotels unit brings in robots to beat coronavirus slump2020-04-09

    Hong Kong hotels operator L’hotel Group has turned to robots amid a COVID-19 driven slump in the hospitality sector, with the aim of providing meals to guests and ensuring reduced interaction with staff. The company, which is wholly owned by property developer Chinachem Group, will have three artificial intelligence robots called Genie delivering meals and...

The Lost Stone

Primeval Forest Park of Yunfeng Mountain