Sunday, March 19, 2006

China's tourism sector: the boom is coming

China has one of the oldest civilizations in the world. Actually, of all the countries that has ancient civilizations, China is the largest and it has many tourist attractions including the Great Wall. There are many attractions in terms of eco-tourism too. Still, its tourism sector is not doing as much as it should be. One reason may be lack of skilled people in English language and that is why it is not easy to find a tourist guide in an affordable price. Then, many tourist attractions are in places that are not accessible easily by road, air or rail communication.
Chinese government must work hard to overcome these problems. Next Olympic Games can be a good starting point. Hosting the Olympic Games means that thousands of tourists, business executives and sports personalities will come Beijing. The attention of the media will be towards Beijing too. Thus it can be the best opportunity of China to show the rest of the world what priceless tourist attractions they have. The best part of the Olympic preparations is that Chinese government has taken an initiative to increase the level of English language proficiency among the city dwellers of Beijing. This thing alone will contribute to the boom of China's tourism sector. Most probably, with the next Olympic Games, Chinese tourism sector will start its march towards boom time.


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wcb said...

This is good information about tourism in China. Thank you for this post. I, too, just wrote about this not long ago...
Tourism in China and Here's a trip to China.
I wonder if you could share your thoughts, if you have the time.

I will be back again to visit your sight.

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