inspire more choices for travelers to China
With airlines rapidly expanding their networks
and introducing new routes, hotel companies
rushing to open more properties, and the government
racing to improve tourism infrastructure before
the Olympic Games next August, there's no doubt
that tourism to China is on a serious upswing.
The country is already seeing more visitors
than ever before, and tourism will likely ride
the high long after the athletes collect their
medals and go home.
All this added infrastructure brings China into
the realm of travel possibility for people who
might have previously considered the country
too expensive to reach or too difficult to navigate.
That's not to say booking for travel during
the Olympics will be easy though, since you'll
have to contend with the competition for accommodations,
tickets, and activities that comes with the
massive influx of spectators. However, increased
options on the air and accommodations fronts
will make things easier for Olympic and post-Games
travelers than ever before.