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Chinese online travel websites

By Weiwei Guan

April 19

1. Ctrip.com The Shanghai-based Ctrip was founded in 1999, first as an online booking service company. It now offers a range of travel services and over 600,000 hotels worldwide for online booking. Ctrip is the largest business for online travel services in China. In addition to offering a variety of travel info on its  website, […]

1. Ctrip.com The Shanghai-based Ctrip was founded in 1999, first as an online booking service company. It now offers a range of travel services and over 600,000 hotels worldwide for online booking. Ctrip is the largest business for online travel services in China. In addition to offering a variety of travel info on its  website, […]

1. Ctrip.com

The Shanghai-based Ctrip was founded in 1999, first as an online booking service company. It now offers a range of travel services and over 600,000 hotels worldwide for online booking. Ctrip is the largest business for online travel services in China.

In addition to offering a variety of travel info on its  website, Ctrip also publishes the “Xie Cheng Travelling China” book series, and a monthly magazine called Elite Traveler. It can be found during flights or at travel destinations.

Official Website: http://www.ctrip.com/

2. Qunar.com

Founded in 2005, Qunar first provided services as a travelling search engine, and evolved into a Chinese online travel website, with its headquarters in Beijing. It is dedicated to offering travelers comprehensive and accurate information and services, while promoting the tourism industry’s developing online and mobile services.

On Oct. 26, 2015, Ctrip and Qunar entered a partnership, with Ctrip focusing more on business trips and the higher-end market while Qunar targets personal travel at the mid-to-low price range.

Official Website: http://www.qunar.com/

3. Mafengwo.com

Since 2006, the Beijing-based Mafengwo has become China’s leading service platform for independent travelers.. The website focuses on backpacking and provides travel guidance, Q&As, comments from other travelers, as well as guides for hotels and transportation for over 60,000 destinations.

Comments on the attractions, food, and hotels are shared by people online, offering helpful guidance for users to plan their trips.

Official Website: http://www.mafengwo.cn/

4. Lvmama.com

Lvmama focuses on individual travelers and provides a DIY tour booking as its main service. You can find discount tickets, group tours, long-distance travels, outbound tours, and other online travelling services at this one-stop shop for travelers.

Official Website: http://www.lvmama.com/

5. Qyer.com

Founded in 2004, Qyer is China’s largest service platform for  tours abroad, offering original and practical travel itineraries, guidance, and a forum for users travelling abroad. Official Website: http://www.qyer.com/

6. China International Travel Service

Founded in 1954, China International Travel Service has come to be China’s largest and most influential tourist enterprise group, welcoming tens of thousands of foreign tourists throughout the years. It is officially registered in over 60 countries and regions around the world.

Official Website: http://www.cits.cn/

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