The last 5A tourist attraction in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei Province opened for tourists on Wednesday, after being closed for nearly 100 days as the city was being ravaged by the novel coronavirus pneumonia.
Aerial photo taken on April 27, 2020 shows people working in salt ponds of Putian salt field in Putian, southeast China's Fujian Province.
Though severely affected by the coronavirus outbreak, the domestic tourism market is gradually resuming with people's desire for travel increasing, according to a new report released on Tuesday by the Tourism Research Center under the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Domestic tourism is expected to see an upswing in the upcoming May Day holiday thanks to the government's effective prevention and control measures against COVID-19 and special offers from travel agencies.
The Yellow Crane Tower, a landmark tourist attraction in Wuhan, the Chinese city once hard hit by the novel coronavirus, will reopen on Wednesday.
Domestic tourism will be on the upswing during the coming Labor Day holiday thanks to the government's effective prevention and control measures against COVID-19 and special offers given by travel agencies.
Caka Salt Lake scenic area on Sunday reopened to the public in an orderly manner with strict measures taken to fight against COVID-19.
Central China's Hubei Province, once hard hit by COVID-19, has resumed the operation of its 266 major Class-A tourist attractions, or 63.2 percent of the total, as the epidemic wanes, local authorities said Sunday.
Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region plans to invest 880 million yuan (about 124.3 million U.S. dollars) this year to promote construction and update of tourism service facilities, according to local authorities.
Tibet Airlines will launch 18 new air routes on May 3 to provide more convenient travel services to Tibet autonomous region, Tibet Daily reported.
Snow turned Jiuzhaigou Valley in Sichuan province into a fantasy land on April 22, 2020.
Cultural and tourism companies in the region are estimated to have incurred losses of about 1.6 billion yuan in the first quarter of this year.
East China's Jiangsu Province will give tourists discounts on ticket prices of scenic spots to spur tourism consumption that was hit hard by the novel coronavirus, local authorities said.
Huangshan Mountain, one of China's hottest tourism attractions — located in Anhui province — will reject visitors from medium- and high-risk coronavirus areas starting on Wednesday.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) said on Tuesday that it will meet with domestic airlines to check health and safety measures before granting the carriers the permission to resume local flights from May 1.
Air Canada said on Tuesday that it's suspending all scheduled flights to the United States for four weeks starting on April 27.
China is in talks with nations including South Korea and Singapore about setting up "fast-track lanes" for key business and technical personnel to travel across borders amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said on Tuesday.
Airlines are making plans to fly jets only two-thirds full when travel restrictions are lifted, amid fears that it will take up to two years for the aviation industry to recover from the novel coronavirus crisis.
Xiang Yang, a homestay hotel owner in Enshi Tujia and Miao autonomous prefecture of Hubei province, started to see an increase in reservations after the province recently lifted its lockdown.
In a sign of spring, a group of golden pheasants were observed seeking mates recently in Yicheng county of Linfen, Shanxi Province. The birds seem to enjoy the spring scenery and have become part of the natural landscape.
The airport in Wuhan has resumed flights to and from 45 domestic cities since April 8 when travel restrictions placed on the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak were lifted, said Sun Shaohua, deputy director of the CAAC operation monitoring center.
The Leye-Fengshan Geopark was added to the UNESCO's Global Geopark List in 2010. The geopark contains large subterranean rivers, natural bridges and extensive cave systems.
Since the coronavirus pandemic is being effectively controlled across the country, many industries have gradually returned to work, and the tourism industry is no exception. 65.8 percent of tourist attractions have reopened and the total number of domestic tourists during the Qingming holiday reached 43.25 million.
Aerial photo taken on April 16, 2020 shows the scenery of Haokun Lake in Lingyun County in Baise, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
The central government will tighten up management of domestic tourist attractions to ensure orderly control and prevention work for COVID-19, according to a notice released on Monday.
China's southern resort island of Hainan, which has seen benefits from its visa-free access with local tourism boom and greater connectivity, is set to further open up, according to local authorities.
China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism has urged prevention against fires and floods to ensure the safety of tourists.
Chinese authorities have released a circular, only allowing outdoor tourist attractions to reopen amid the COVID-19 epidemic.
Five Beijing parks have required real-name ticket booking to crack down on scalpers during the epidemic.
The Mount Huashan scenic area in northwest China's Shaanxi Province reopened Saturday, said its management administration.