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Asia/Singapore Monday, 30th January 2023
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Chinese outbound group tours to resume on February 6

China’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism has approved the resumption of outbound group tours to 20 countries from February 6. The last outbound group tours...

Strong Chinese interest in outbound travel, with recovery accelerating from summer...

More than 60% of Chinese travellers surveyed by Dragon Trail on the eve of China’s reopening expressed interest in traveling outside China in 2023. While...

‌China travel bookings boosted by Lunar New Year demand: Trip.com Group

Trip.com Group has seen mainland Chinese demand for travel continue to surge in the run-up to the Lunar New Year holiday season. This comes after the...

PAL steps up China flights

Philippine Airlines (PAL) has resumed Manila-Xiamen services on January 13, and launched a new flight to Guangzhou the following day. Both services are operated once...

End of China’s zero-Covid policy fuels flight bookings: ForwardKeys

With China ditching its zero-Covid policy, it has triggered a surge in flight bookings, according to the latest data from ForwardKeys. On December 7, 2022,...

South-east Asian travel firms exercise patience for returning Chinese travellers

South-east Asian travel companies are not expecting an immediate rush of inbound Chinese holidaymakers following China’s milestone reopening to international travel on January 8, citing obstacles like visa applications, operational challenges, and slow return of direct flights.

Singapore adopts cautious approach to restoring China connectivity

Recognising the need for Changi Airport to have the needed capacity to handle increasing flight and passenger flows as China reopens, Singapore will continue...

25 years of Chinese outbound tourism

Wolfgang Georg Arlt, founder and CEO of China Outbound Tourism Research Institute (COTRI), shares his views on the development of the country's wanderlust since 2004 and what to expect when China reopens its borders

Disappointing: IATA chief slams differentiated arrival measures for travellers from China

The growing number of countries establishing different arrival measures for travellers coming from China has drawn a passionate statement from IATA’s director general Willie...

Malaysia readies to welcome Chinese travellers

Malaysia is gearing up to welcome Chinese travellers into the country from January 8, 2023, despite calls to temporarily ban the entry of travellers...

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