China's Holiday Tourism Market Maturing: Experts
BEIJING, September 25-- An official with the National
Tourism Administration said here Tuesday that China's holiday
tourism market will be show signs that it is maturing during the
upcoming National Day holiday.
Influenced by the recent summer traveling peak and the idea of
paid holidays, some Chinese will choose to avoid the busy
traveling week. The various local festive celebrations will
attract travelers as well as dwellers.
As the rate of car ownership has increased, more people than
before will choose to drive to rural scenic spots rather than
follow the tourist trails.
Experts said that as people experience three week-long holidays
a year, they will become more rational in their spending, thus
causing the tourism market to mature.
-- source: Xinhua News Agency
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