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·Terengganu targets more tourists
·Air travel sees pick-up in January
·Xiamen, Jilin plan tourism boost
·Chinese Performers Promote Olympics in Hollywood
·New chief for South Australian tourism
·Qunar.com partners Air China
·New Airport to Be Built on Qinghai Plateau
·Hongqiao Airport expansion planned
·Zimbabwe Urged to Join Hand in Tourism Marketing with Caribbean Countries
·More Russian Tourists Expected to Enjoy S. Chinas Seabeach
·Qatar makes it 72
·Free map to guide driving in Beijing
·China builds golden tour route in Lancang-Mekong River
·Highways Carry 227 Mln Passengers in Spring Festival Holiday
·Nine Suzhou Gardens Selected as National Parks
·Macaos Visitor Arrivals Up 22.7 Pct in January
·Qinhuangdao to build the first glass museum in China
·Anqing-Nanjing railway to be constructed
·US Issues 350,000 Visas to Chinese Citizens in 2006
·New routes for China Southern
·Deng Xiaopings hometown welcomes record visitors
·2.79 Mln Tourists Visit Shanghai in Spring Festival
·Guangdong Sees Passenger Peak as Spring Festival Holiday Ends
·3.71 mln Chinese take flights in Spring Festival holiday
·China partners India in tourism friendship year
·Indonesia to reopen tourist offices abroad
·Tourism Accounts for 18% of Dubais GDP
·Buddhists Travel by Rail to Tibet Festival
·Public forums this month on conserving Hong Kong heritage
·HK Airport Gears up for Lunar New Year Holidays
·China Cizhou Kiln Museum opened
·Shanghai Starts Construction of World Expo Village
·Beijing Introduces Tasty Restaurants Ahead of Olympics
·Air Canada increases China flights
·Fujian to focus on rural tourism
·Beijings Temple Fairs to Focus on Olympic Games
·Beijing to Revise Traffic Routes for Upcoming Spring Festival
·Singapore to Attract 10.2 Mln Visitors in 2007
·Final Approval Obtained for Washington-Beijing Flight
·China to be worlds top tourist destination before 2020
·Snow sculpture exhibition opens Sunday
·China Southern launches direct Guangzhou - Kathmandu
·Beijing announces train ticket-buying limit
·SAS Airlines to Launch Direct Flight to China
·ROK to hold cultural events to promote ties with China
·Outbound tourists to receive cultivation training
·Ice palace built beside Tianchi Lake
·Visa-free China visits with Olympic ID card
·Smart Card to Pay for Hutong Tours
·Extra Trains to Cope with Holiday Rail Passengers
·Spain to hold International Tourism Fair
·World tourist arrivals grow by 4.5% to record high in 2006
·Growth in Beijing star-rated hotels
·Dragonair debuts HK-Busan flights
·Jetstar to launch Sydney-Kuala Lumpur flights
·Thousands to Play Table Tennis in Tiananmen Square
·HK Cuts Jet Fuel Surcharge
·Delta Eyes Atlanta, Shanghai Flight
·Airlines to Add Singapore-Shanghai Flights
·Three Gorges dam receives 1.18 million tourists
·China`s tourism industry to hit 1 trillion yuan in revenue
·More meeting facilities for Crowne Plaza Mutiara KL
·Worlds longest double-tube highway tunnel opens
·Air-Conditioning For All Beijing Buses in 2007
·China Discourages Travel to South Pole
·Beijing Checks Hotels, Restaurants for Food Safety
·China to Begin Building Beijing-Shanghai Express Railway
·Wuhan Mulan Lake reopens to public
·China approves 33 new national forest parks
·Asias first dark restaurant opened in Beijing
·Tongling and Chizhou named Excellent Tourism Cities
·Mt. Huangshan sprints for 5A scenic area
·Qatar Airways Starts Doha-Dar Flights
·China Ends Price Hike for Holiday Train Tickets
·Beijing and Shanghai Host Italian Film Festival
·Tower of London endangered
·Thailand Opens Consular Office in S. China
·Spanish Airline Reopens Madrid-Algiers Air Route
·Lee Young-ae Arrives Harbin to Promote the Ice and Snow Festival
·China to Raise Railway Speed on April 18
·Malaysia Airlines Targets Online Sales
·Rehearsal for Olympic Torch Relay over Mt. Qomolangma Sparks Disputes
·Malaysia launches Visit Malaysia Year 2007
·Tiger Park expected to be 5A level scenic place
·Heavy fog to affect 24 highways in north China
·Chinas Highways Stretch 45,400 Kilometers
·Shanghai Welcomes Its Six-Millionth Overseas Visitor
·Silk Road attracts tourists to Xinjiang
·Beijing to Invest 6 Mln Yuan on Renovating Subway Toilets
·Hainan Promotes Charitable Travel Project
·Dial 114 if Youre Lost in Tianjin
·Tibet Records Rapid Tourism Growth
·China One of Americas Favorite Tourist Destinations
·China Plans to Build More Highways in 2007
·More Japanese Tourists Celebrate New Year in Shanghai
·Xinjiang Tourism Blossoms In 2006
·New China-Nigeria Air Route Opens
·Travelers warned of Japan virus outbreak
·China to hold international forum on Taosim
·Qinhuangdao to build Eastern Eros image
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