The internationally popular British animated television show for young children has been a huge hit in China since launching there in 2015, and the plan is to open theme parks in Beijing and Shanghai.
The new policy will start in May and allow travellers from 59 countries to visit Hainan for 30 days visa free.
Apart from being unique, main demands for customized trips are those that are in-depth, slow pace, private, niche and more about leisure.
British airlines and retailers are finding Chinese business partners to make the most of increasing number of Chinese tourists visiting the United Kingdom.
Any move to ramp up tourism in Hainan or open it up to gambling would reverberate within the global travel industry.
Ctrip will continue to invest overseas, said Jane Sun, Chief Executive Officer of Ctrip, during a meeting with Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s First Minister.
The National Development and Reform Commission said that large parks, involving over $235 million of project spend, would come in for special scrutiny.
The initiative includes the creation of 40 five-minute videos that showcase unique holiday experiences in Malaysia.
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