Destinations Asia Enters China’s Luxury Sector with Chinese-Language Site

Excerpt from Travel Daily News

Dec 05, 2013 10:20 am

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Companies across the travel sector already know that the Chinese traveler is arguably the most important consumer in coming years, but they’re now taking the time to create channels dedicated to serving them.

— Samantha Shankman

Get the Latest Intelligence on the Travel Industry, the long-established international authority for boutique and luxury hotels, has launched its Chinese-language version, ‘Tu Bo,’ marking its entry into China’s high-end online hotel booking market.

Based in New York, Tablet was founded by Laurent Vernhes and Michael Davis in the year 2000, and has grown to offer some 2,000 handpicked boutique and luxury hotels in more than 100 countries.

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