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·NZ wins tourism website Oscar
·HK Officials to promote tourism in Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur
·Nationwide tourism grows
·The World Largest Buddha Statue Enshrined in Sanya
·Qatar Airways increases Doha-Bangkok flights
·Thai Airways celebrates 45th birthday French-style
· Visa Extension Within Hour in Nepal
·Mainland Issues 5.46 Mln Individual Travel Passes to Macao
· A380 Set for Maiden Flight
·HK Disneyland Resort Line Train unveiled
·China enjoys soaring overseas visitors
·Half million mainland visitors expected in HK for Labor Day
·Laoshan Tourist and Cultural Festival to Open
·Beijings New Bar Street
·Bilingual Signs to Guide Tourists
· China Signs $3.2B Deal to Buy Airbus Jets
·Summer Palace Renovation Moves into High Gear
·Beijing promotes Olympic-themed tourism
·Hunan promotes Red Tourism
·Songshan Scenic Spot raises entry fee
·Tang Dynasty theme park pulls in punters
·Air China to launch additional 224 flights during May Day holidays
·Lower airfare expected in May Day
·Liaocheng Welcomes Web Travelers
·New tourist attraction to open in HK in 2006
·Tavellers to have more choices
·Hangzhou Honoured as Tea Capital
·Seven Cities Reaffirmed as Environment-friendly Ones
·HK, Hangzhou Airports Establish Joint Venture
·Images of Buddha on Display in Beijing
·Experts discuss sustainable tourism for HK
·Chinese domestic tourism income quadruples
·Four-century-old bridge relocated to park
·Colored waterfalls discovered in Shangri-La
·Xian to Rejuvenate Its Tang Dynasty History
· Cambodias tourist arrivals increase in 1st 3 months
·Disneyland magical tour kicks off in SZ
·Number of group tourists to Macao soars in February
·Intl Peony Festival Opened in E. Chinas Heze
·Guangdong and Jiangxi jointly promote tourism
·Zhangzhou Streets Recognized by UNESCO
·Thai Airways Joins Chinas Aviation Distribution System
·Guangzhou airport tries to lower prices
·Shanghai names 20 red tourism sites
·Brazil is opening her arms to Chinese tourists later this year
·Sapphire Princess Arrives in Shanghai
·Tourists to be Guided by Electronic Guide
·Ancient Village Welcoms Foreign Visitors
·China Golden Week stays for now
·Beijing to restore heritage sites to former glory
·Tibet tourism on the rise
·State Council Appoints New Head of Tourism
·New Air Route from ROK to East China
·International Tourism Festival Opens in Kunming
·HK Disneyland to open in September
·Discount Airfare for flights to Germany
· A380 Glimpse at Aircraft Expo 2005
·Tianjin Week to Debut in Italy in Oct
·Travel Agency Provides One Yuan Trip to Thailand
·More Tourists Visit Tibet
·NZ travelers spend $2.1 bln a year
·British visa center opens
·Beijing opens defense tunnel to tourists
·Beijings underground city
·Beijing Funds Heavily on Historic Sites Renovation
·China Southern Airways to open 3 intl flights
·Ancient City Wall to Be Restored Before May Day Holiday
·Royal Gate Tower to Hold French Exhibition
·Nepal agent association to hold first travel mart
·Malaysia woos Taiwan
·Railway in South China to Expand
·Road Signs in Shenzhen to Be Improved
·Thai Airways fares to increase
·Visitor arrivals to HK reach 1.74 mln in Feb
·Guangxi to join Greater Mekong Subregion
· Apply online for Myanmar visas
· Yahoo for travel agents
·China Invests in Protection of Silk Road Relics
·New Railway to Link Guangzhou, Zhuhai
·Nonstop Flight Between Guangzhou, Frankfurt
·New Tourist Attractions in Qufu
·Express Link Planned for Guangzhou, HK
·Beijing Karst Site Bids for World Geopark List
·Panda habitat joins world heritage bid
·Fares to rise after Songkran festival in Thailand
·AirAsia Could Fly to Six China Destinations
·One Million People Depart HK on Easter Holidays
·Unified Management to Bring Great Wall Accessibility
· Meeting of Pacific Asia Travel Association in Macao
·Linzhi, Tibet Takes Tourism to New Heights
·Visitors to Australia increase by 9% in 2004
·Non-stop flight from Shanghai to Lhasa likely next year
·Low-priced Hong Kong tour promoted
·China sets six goals for red tourism
·Indonesian mission in Guangzhou to process visa services in April
·Singapore Airlines to increase flights to Beijing
·Feed Animals in Shanghai Wildlife Park
·Airbus to Select Chinese Partner
·Malaysia Airlines Eyes India and China
· HK Ocean Park Maps Out Its Ambitious Plan
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