Colombo, July 15 – A forum was held in Colombo on Saturday to introduce to Sri Lankan travelers tourism services and attractive destinations in China, China’s state owned Xinhua News Agency reported.
In a forum conducted for Sri Lanka’s leading travel agents, organized jointly by China’s national air carrier Air China and the Travel Agents Association of Sri Lanka, Air China said it hoped to provide better services for its travelers between Colombo and Chinese cities in order to increase the number of Sri Lankan tourists.
Some of these facilities include enhanced leg space in all its air buses, more localized Sri Lankan meals and luxurious facilities for its business class travelers.
Emily Liu, General Manager of Air China, Colombo Office, addressing the forum said that since Air China entered the Sri Lankan market three years ago, traffic between Colombo and Chinese cities had increased due to the airline’s promotions and services.
However she said many parts of China still remained unexplored for Sri Lankan tourists and they hoped to increase the numbers.