Ctrip's registered users from over 500 Chinese cities have booked trips to 100 countries and regions online for the holiday starting from October 1.
Asian destinations captured 54% share of the total Chinese outbound tourists spending, while America and Europe claimed 24% and 13% respectively.
Scheduled to open by 2023, Legoland Sichuan will also have two highly-themed Legoland Hotels, with approximately 500 rooms.
Chinese group tours for the holiday are set to plunge 86% compared to last year, and flight prices from Shanghai to Hong Kong are 38% cheaper, and only 30% of hotel rooms are booked for the time.
Tourist arrivals to Hong Kong dipped slightly in July with a 5% decrease but they absolutely plummeted in August by 40%.
Chinese travelers to Serbia by air increased 22% and to Bosnia and Herzegovina rose almost 50% in January to May 2019 due to the visa-free policy.
It would definitely help if the government could temporarily waive these operating expenses so that airlines operating in Hong Kong can remain commercially viable.
Ever since the beginning of this month, more than 20,000 people have booked Ctrip travel packages to Japan for National Day Holiday.
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