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Beijing Tourism Presentation March 4, 2011

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    • Beijing Tourism Presentation
    • Beijing Tourism Presentation
      Cultural Attaché
      Consulate General of China (New York)
    • Beijing Tourism Presentation
      Ms. Zhang Xinhong
      Director, China National Tourism Office
      (New York)
    • Beijing Tourism Presentation
      on behalf of
      Beijing Tourism Administration
    • Beijing Tourism Presentation
    • The Olympics have brought great changes to Beijing’s urban environment and quickened the development of Beijing’s tourism industry.
    • The Olympic Green
    • The impact of the Olympics on Beijing’s tourism not only increased the total number of tourists and total tourist revenue, but also improved structure, market mechanisms, the degree of internationalization, and other aspects.
    • The Beijing Municipal Government has explicitly stated that it hopes to build Beijing into a worldwide first-class tourist city and an international first-class capital city of conventions, incentives and exhibitions.
    • The basic tourism situation in Beijing
    • Part I
      Beijing’s Tourism Resources
    • Founded as a city 3,000 years ago,
      and as a capital over 850 years ago,
      Beijing has accumulated innumerable precious places of interest.
      Beijing has six world cultural heritages.
    • The Great Wall
    • The Palace Museum
    • The Temple of Heaven
    • The Summer Palace
    • The Site of Peking Man
    • The Ming Tombs
    • Tian’an men Square
    • Beihai Park
    • Yunju Temple
    • Beijing is home to ancient temples and renowned gardens, yet also filled with modern flavor.
    • The Bird’s Nest
    • The Water Cube
    • The National Center for the Performing Arts
    • Asian Contemporary Art Center
    • Nanluoguxiang
    • New Sanlitun
    • Shichahai
    • New Qianmen Street
    • The Capital Museum
    • Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall
    • Beijing is also home to fine food and drink
    • Quanjude Roast Duck
    • Donglaishun Boiled Mutton
    • Manchu-Han Feasts
    • In Beijing, you can enjoy delicious food
      both from China and around the world.
    • Beijing is also a good place for shopping
    • Rongbaozhai
    • Tongrentang
    • Newly-built shopping places
    • The Place and Solana
    • You are sure to return happy
    • Beijing’s rail transit has basically become a network
    • Terminal 3 of the Capital International Airport
    • Beijing South Railway Station
    • Beijing-Tianjin High-speed Railway
    • Beijing has 778 star-rated hotels with a total of 223,000 beds
    • All the major scenic spots of the city have completed the standardized English construction of signs
    • The construction of handicapped-friendly facilities
    • Multilingual electronic tour guides
    • Tourist consultation services
    • Tourists can travel comfortably in Beijing
    • Part II
      The Objectives of Future Development
    • In 2009, Beijing received 4.125 million inbound overseas tourists, of which the USA, Japan and Korea were the top three sources.
    • Convention & Exhibition Tourism is a Priority
    • WTTC Summit 2010
    • Preparing to host the celebratory ceremony of the 60th anniversary of PATA in 2011
    • Beijing has won the bid for the SITE Conference 2012
    • During the recent Spring Festival Golden Week,
      Beijing became the most popular tourist city in China.
    • Beijing welcomes you!
    • Beijing Tourism Presentation
    • Beijing Tourism Presentation