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  • 40,000 out of 600,000 football fans to Russia come from China2018-07-29

    Ctrip, Asia’s largest online travel agency and the second largest in the world, has published the ‘Summer 2018 Global Football Fan Travel Trends Report’, developed in partnership with Skyscanner, a leading global travel search company and a unit of Ctrip. According to the data from Skyscanner, the report shows that nearly 600,000 football fans from 83 countries visited Russia during the period...
  • Marriott’s to offer hotel stays and travel packages on Tmall, Fliggy2018-07-28

    Marriott International will hold a “Tmall Super Brand Day” this Saturday, using the one-day sales blitz to offer special discounts on hotel stays and travel packages both in and outside of China, the U.S. hospitality giant said. Marriott International is the first company in the hospitality industry to implement a Super Brand Day promotion, where Tmall offers top placement on its homepage and t...
  • Family health and travel platform Mtour Globe raises tens of millions of yuan2018-07-26

    36Kr reported that family health and travel platform Mtour Globe has recently pulled in tens of millions of yuan in an angel funding round, backed by individual investor Mr. Zhu Li, founder of Inno Angel Fund. The company is valued at 300 million yuan after the investment. Mtour Globe is founded in 2017, and has designed tourist routes for middle-income families that look to educate their kids ...
  • Ctrip launches first travel concept store in Dubai International Airport2018-07-25

    Ctrip, the largest online travel agent in Asia and the second largest in the world, announced the launch of the first Ctrip travel concept store, located at Dubai International Airport Terminal 3. The aim of the store is to provide customers, particularly Chinese, with 24/7 high-quality customer service and in-destination products. The concept store is able to provide one-stop online and offline s...
  • 2017 records 29% rise in Chinese visitors to Britain2018-07-23

    A record number of Chinese tourists visited the UK in 2017, marking a 29% increase on the previous year, VisitBritain said Friday. The 337,000 visitors from China spent more than USD 900 million during their stay, a 35% rise compared with total spending in 2016, said the official tourism agency. Their report said that the UK had seen a strong growth in overseas visitors in 2017 from a mix of vis...
  • Airbnb looks to keep China momentum2018-07-22

    Airbnb’s increasing popularity with young Chinese travelers has made the country an important growth driver over the past year. Revenue from Airbnb’s China division is expected to climb by more than half to roughly $130 million this year, two people familiar with the matter said. Airbnb’s efforts in China will soon be in the hands of Tao Peng, a local entrepreneur who will start in September ...
  • Vietnam's strong growth in Chinese arrival - not the full picture2018-07-19

    Vietnam overtook South Korea as the fifth most-visited outbound destination among Mainland Chinese travellers for H1 2018, behind Hong Kong and Macao in Greater China, as well as Thailand and Japan. With second, third and lower tier cities now serving as a key driver of growth in global Chinese outbound tourism, regional countries such as South Korea and Vietnam, which often serve as the first in...
  • Singapore’s Changi Airport integrates WeChat Pay for Chinese travellers2018-07-17

    WeChat Pay, the e-wallet linked to China’s massively popular WeChat messenger has signed a three-year marketing partnership with the Changi Airport Group (CAG), it announced last week. CAG envisions WeChat Pay to be rolled out at most of the brands at the airport, including its online store iShopChangi, by the end of the year, although it didn’t specify which brands exactly would be accepting t...
  • Chinese tourists cancel over 7000 rooms in Phuket after boat tragedy2018-07-16

    Around 7,300 rooms at 19 local hotels booked by Chinese tourists have been cancelled, causing over seven million baht in losses, following the Phoenix tour boat tragedy which claimed 47 of their compatriots’ lives early this month. Kongkiat Khuphongsakorn, president of a southern hotel association, said yesterday the booking rate has fallen sharply by 80%-90% at Patong beach and by 50% across th...
  • Chinese tourists among top five spenders globally2018-07-16

    Visa announced the findings of the payment network’s comprehensive look at travel and tourism in 2017, Global Travel Intentions (GTI) Study. The average global traveler spends USD 1,793 per trip. Travelers expect to spend more in upcoming trips, with the highest likely increase in the Asia Pacific. Among the top global spenders, travellers from Australia, China, Kuwait and the United States rem...

Wanda Reign Wuhan

Situated in the East Lake Scenic Area of Wuhan, Wanda Reign Wuhan offers beautiful views and is conveniently located in the main shopping district, with Wanda Plaza, Han Show, Wanda Wuhan Movie Park Entertainment and other places of entertainment nearby. It is only 5 minutes’ drive to the Hubei Provincial Party Committee offices, Hubei Provincial Government, Wuhan University and Hubei Museum, just 10-15 minutes to the Tower of Yellow Cranes, Hubu Street, Happy Valley and other famous places of interest. It is also not far from Wuhan Tianhe International Airport and the high-speed railway station, and it takes about 30 minutes and 15 minutes respectively to reach these two destinations. Wanda Reign Wuhan has 413 luxurious rooms and suites and three restaurants with three different cuisines. An international buffet and a la carte are offered at Café Reign; the original flavours of Huaiyang cuisine combined with the essence of Cantonese and local dishes are served in the River Drunk Huaiyang Restaurant; and exquisite and contemporary cuisine incorporating both Japanese and French influences is provided in HE Japanese Restaurant. The work of art in the lobby is titled “Spectacular East Lake”, and has a height of 10 metres and a width of 56 metres, and is recorded in the China Records as the largest jade embossment in the world.