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·South Chinas Guangdong to Double Railway Length
·Shanghai to Extend Transit Systems
·Beijing, Most Famous Chinese City in 2006
· Guangzhou records 100m entries
·Airlines add 155 aircraft in fleet expansion
·Ancient Indian Treasures to Go on Display in Beijing
·Hainan Trips Steadily Rise in Price
·Beijing to Install Barrier-Free Facilities in Scenic Spots
·Harbin Ice & Snow World Opens
·The First Cave Museum of Stone Culture Opens in Wenling
·Strong Cold Air to Bring Temperature down Sharply
·Number of Railway Passengers to Hit Record High
·Visit Suzhou Museum to experience local culture
·Temple Bell Will Toll for The New Year
·Snow world journey boosts tourism in Xinjiang
·Mumbai to have second airport
·Increasing Number of Overseas Visitors Come to Beijing
·Singapore Airlines to Buy 9 More A380
·China Simplifies Border Entry, Exit Formalities
·Xiangsheng: from teahouses to TV
·Tour of Beijing promotional event held in Vienna
·China, Japan, ROK to increase cultural exchanges
·Myanmar aims for one million visitors
·Green Christmas Expected for Most of Sweden
·Retails of Chinas Hotels and Restaurants Up 16.2%
·Beijing to Boost Tourist Service Facilities
·Hainan Island, Hong Kong Launch Tourism Co-op
·Floating Prices Adopted by Four Xian Museums
·Direct Flight from Beijing to Saipan Launched
·First Luxury Tourist Train to Run on Qinghai-Tibet Railway
·Beijing to open online hotel-booking center for 2008 Olympics
·Singapores first garden festival opens
·Singapore, Ireland Agree on Open Skies
·Myanmar to Build Airport for Beach Resort
·More star-rated hotels for Guangzhou
·China-Macau flights to increase
·Macau Tourist Office Holds An Evening in Macau in Malaysia
·Lijiang airport to be expanded to link with HK
·In Memory of Mei Lanfang
·Chinese National Museum to Expand
·Largest Theme Park in Southwest China to Open in 2007
·Ice and Snow Tourist Festival Starts in Beijing
·Guiyang-Lijiang Plane Tickets Discounted for Christmas
·Gansu looks after ailing Great Wall
·Xiamen Airlines to start Busan link
·Kunming to be international aviation gateway
·Billion-dollar beach resort for Tianjin
·Long March Exhibition Ends after Rceiving 2 Mln Visitors
·Volunteer Drivers for Beijing Olympics to Receive English Test
·China Eastern Starts Non-stop Shanghai-NY Flights
·China Opens 1st Air Route to South America
·Chinese Rice Paper Boosts Tourism in Anhui
·Singapore welcomes 2006s ninth millionth visitor
·Chinas largest theme park to be built in Wuhu
·China Achieves 5.8 Million Hours of Safety Flying Record
·The first China Beijing Intl Cultural & Creative Industry Expo to held
·Discount annual pass for Shanghai venues
·SIA debuts Boeing 777-300ER flight
·China Southern Airlines winter schedule
·Jetstar adds Ho Chi Minh City
·Palace Museum to publish list of all treasures
·Seven rivers in Beijing will join together
·Science Film Festival Opens in Beijing
· Protective Railings Added to the Qinghai-Tibet Railway
·Singapore gets first no-smoking hotel
·Guideboards in Beijing to be marked in 4 languages
·THAI to ply Bangkok-Samui by early 2007
·Starwood to plant Westin in Queenstown, NZ
·Langkawi targets South Korean honeymooners, golfers
·Macao Launches Cross-strait Book Show
·Chinas Largest Nuclear Power Base Opens to Public
·Spring Airlines serves daily Shanghai-Guangzhou
·Beijing to continue renovating scenic parks for 2008 Olympics
·Double decker bus service for tourists in Kuala Lumpur
·Ocean Park embarks on a US$700 million redevelopment
·MAS makes e-timetable available
·Hong Kong Airlines is CR Airways new moniker
·New display of old Singapore
·Huanglong Valley to Hibernate for the Winter
·Beijing fully opens Hutong tour
·Long March exhibition extended
·Satellites draw up maps of ancient city in Xinjiang
·Chinese wind sweeping ROK, ambassador
·Visit Malaysia Year 2007 set to music
·Korean Air now serves Phnom Penh, Siem Reap
·Dragonair to fly to Busan
·Best Westerns big China expansion plans
·Putrajaya sets sights on events business
·Pay 18,000 to Start Deluxe Tours to France
·Luoyang to Build Ancient Tomb Mural Museum
·Air Zimbabwe to launch second flight to China
·Sanya flights to increase over winter
·First W Hotel in Thailand in Samui
·Exhibition of Ancient Italian Armor and Weapons In Shanghai
·Hawaii Island Promotes Itself at Intl Travel Mart
·Beijing to build worlds longest metro
·Documentary Forbidden City premieres in SE Asia
·World Toilet Expo kicks off in Thailand
·SIA launches self-service check-in
·Shangri-La opens 21st hotel in China
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