China is preparing to open its first national park, a huge area that includes the headwaters of several important rivers.
China's big investment in rail service to Europe is giving the Netherlands a second direct link along the ancient trade route.
China's Tourism Academy comes up with some insights into this growing and changing field.
China reports a growing preference for B&Bs, small family-run hotels and home-stays—but not without issues.
A full-size replica of RMS Titanic takes shape in China, while another, intended to actually go to sea, remains on the drawing board.
Finding a bathroom in China has never been easier, thanks to a new app sponsored by the National Tourism Administration.
Taiwan is destroying its new passports after discovering they'd used pictures of the wrong airport in the wrong country as background.
While the world has focused on outbound Chinese visitors, the country's internal tourism market has also mushroomed.
A Chinese city halts a park renovation plan until spring so that a rare migratory bird can enjoy its island refuge for now.
Chinese tourism in the UK continues to grow—up 47% in the first half of 2017—as does spending by visitors.
China's imperial Palace Museum is going to online-only ticketing to avoid long lines and disappointment when all 80,000 daily tickets are gone
A huge living representation of a Van Gogh painting created in a Chinese field as part of a tourism conference.
A huge Chinese radio-telescope has become a tourism attraction as well as a center for research. But no photos, please!
Air Canada extends its China services another stop east to Montreal to offer connections for East Coasters.
Chines authorities worry about an increasing graffiti problem on sections of the wall and plan new measures.