Shanghai World Travel Fair

Shanghai World Travel Fair is China’s biggest and most swayed outbound travel exhibition. Co-presented by Shanghai Municipal Tourism Administration and VNU Exhibition Europe, the Shanghai World Travel Fair was made to be a platform for global tourism players to offer their foreign travel assets for China´s trade.

The quick financial growth of China and growing independent resources would lead Chinese outbound travel to become a bigger, favorable and fruitful market. Moreover, the Chinese government is going to permit foreign-financed travel organizations to participate in China’s outbound travel trade at the end of this year, which would vigorously change the existing market state; more Chinese travelers would be able to travel overseas accordingly.

Shanghai World Travel Fair (SWTF) is for the travel and tourism division of China and for the other adjacent nations. This show is the ideal stage where the exhibitors could showcase their fresh and eye-catching deals which are cheap and fit effortlessly into the budget of the purchasers. The specialists would be present who would talk about the numerous business plans which are meant to be the ideal learning experience for the buyers. This show concentrates on all kinds of holiday spirits such as a honeymoon holiday, family holiday, and business holiday.

It is an exceptional chance for the worldwide travel industry to meet, network, discuss and handle business, and a productive stage for consumer marketing. During 2018, the fair brought together nearly 65,000 guests and around 750 exhibitors internationally.

The Shanghai World Travel Fair SWTF happens every year, and thus for the 17th time consecutively it will be held during April 2020 in Shanghai.

Book your flight today in advance from Travel Center UK and take part in China’s largest and most influential travel exhibition ever!

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