NSW welcomes 3,000 Chinese delegates for Seminar

NSW is reaping the rewards of targeted strategies to attract visitors from the growing Chinese market as more than 3,000 Chinese delegates arrived in the State on Tuesday for Perfect China’s Leadership Seminar.

Destination NSW launches China tourism strategy

Minister for Tourism, Major Events and Arts, George Souris, has launched the NSW Government’s plan to greatly increase tourism from China in order to double visitor expenditure to the State by 2020.

Anatara opens first Chinese property

Anantara has officially opened its first hideaway in China at one of Asia’s hottest beach destinations, the Sanya Resort & Spa on Hainan Island.

Marriott opens Renaissance Shanghai Caohejing

Marriott International has celebrated the opening of the 383 room Renaissance Shanghai Caohejing Hotel in Shanghai, centrally located in the Caohejing New Technology Development Zone and offering a retreat for business travellers in the heart of the neigh

Tourism Australia: Preparation needed for China growth

Increasing numbers of visitors from China is neither inevitable nor guaranteed, said Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy who has cautioned as the agency moves into the second year of its 10-year strategy to grow demand from its fastest growi

Tourism Australia expands Chinese presence for events

As part of an ongoing commitment to the Chinese business events market Tourism Australia has appointed two senior executives who will be responsible for developing its operations in the Greater China region.

Accor hotels achieve Chinese Optimum Service Standards

With Chinese New Year approaching, Accor has announced that 20 of its hotels in Australia have achieved Chinese Optimum Service Standards to enable to them to better cater for the growing inbound market from China.

Sofitel opens landmark property in China

Sofitel Luxury Hotels recently announced the opening of a new hotel in the city of Foshan in 2014, which, at 236 meters tall, will become the city’s tallest building.


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