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The world beckons for Chinese travelers

By Xu Lin | China Daily | Updated: 2017-04-17 07:21
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The South Pacific destination of Tahiti, Montenegro in Southern Europe, the Philippines' Bohol island, Serbia and the Philippines' Cebu are hot spots for Chinese tourists. [Photo provided to China Daily]

"Since last year, Tahiti started to promote its diverse culture, including Mana. As a symbol of Tahiti culture, Mana is believed to be a form of a spiritual energy or healing power," Tahiti Tourism's public relations manager in China, Tang Qi, says.

The peak season is the dry season from April to October.

"While overseas tourists like to make their travel plans three to six months in advance, Chinese travelers prefer to do so only one or two months ahead. It's better to visit Tahiti during the Spring Festival because it's not easy to book air tickets and hotel rooms in the National Day Holiday in October, when there are many overseas tourists," she says.

Celebrities from China and abroad visit for luxury and wedding settings, she adds.

Tahiti is about 50 kilometers from Tetiaroa, the atoll Marlon Brando purchased in the 1960s.

In March, former US president Barack Obama visited the island and stayed in the eco-friendly Brando Resort, which uses coconut oil to generate electricity.

Indeed, the world has many stories to share with Chinese travelers.

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