Hainan promotes tropical island tourism in Australia
Tourism officials from Hainan Province recently promoted the tropical island of Hainan as a holiday destination for Australian tourists.
The Hainan promotion delegation held a special promotion meeting in Sydney, which attracted great interest from local media, golf clubs, the aviation sector, travel agents and travel marketing experts
Hainan is China’s major tropical island, lying off its southern coast. Beach resorts, rainforests, hot springs, and unique local cuisine make it one of China’s most popular seaside destinations.
The island is already accessible by air from major hubs like Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai, and it boasts convenient high-speed rail connections. It also offers visa-free travel to many international visitors.
Australia and Hainan, located in different hemispheres, have a different natural climate. The climate differences can provide each location with great opportunities for potential tourism development.
SOURCE: WOS Team
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