Sanya takes measure to regulate online tourism products
To further regulate the city’s online tourism market, the Sanya Tourism Development Commission recently launched a campaign against unqualified tourism products being sold on the Internet.
China’s 7 well-known online travel portals, including Ctrip, Qunar, Tmall and eLong, have reached an agreement with Sanya’s tourism authorities to stop providing reservation services in Sanya hostels that are operating without fire safety certificates.
Since the crackdown in 2013, 14 hostels that are operating without fire safety certificates have been added to a blacklist by the Sanya government.
Furthermore, Sanya authorities will intensify enforcement on unqualified travel business suppliers on the online platforms as well.
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