CITM Secretariat
Room 214 and 215, Hostel of CNTA, A9, Jianguomennei Ave., Dongcheng District, Beijing100740, China

Poster Code:100740

International Exhibitor Hotline:
0086-10-65201858 / 65201292
Chinese Exhibitor Hotline:
0086-10-65201294 / 65201295
CITM Features
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CITM – The largest professional travel show in Asia A gathering of the world’s tourism circles
  • CITM is an annual event held in Shanghai and Kunming, alternately. As the largest professional travel show in Asia, CITM has drawn the attention of people in the tourism industry worldwide.
  • Participants in CITM come from all sectors of the travel industry, including international and domestic tourist organizations, travel agencies, hotels, airlines and related travel companies.
  • The CITM Organizing Committee spares no effort to invite buyers with strong competitiveness from China (including Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR), Macau SAR, and Taiwan Region) and other countries and regions to participate. Strict participation conditions and invitation procedures will guarantee the quality of buyers ensuring exhibitors enjoy the greatest benefits in CITM.
  • Professional trade days will be arranged exclusively for registered delegates to guarantee your participation in CITM is a valuable one. During the day open to the public, exhibitors can promote tourist products and show the advantages of tourism resources to the larger audience directly.
  • The CITM Organizing Committee will also invite a large number of correspondents from domestic and overseas media outlets to extensively cover the mart. Exhibitors may take this opportunity to increase their exposure and promote their products. 
CITM – The largest international tourism fair in Asia featuring rich contents  As the largest international tourism fair in Asia featuring the most preferential price, CITM will surely make the participants in the mart have a bumper harvest:
  • Opportunities to meet members of the tourism industry will be plentiful, allowing exhibitors to establish extensive business and professional contacts.
  • Participants may attend specialized symposiums and lectures to trace the latest development trends of international tourism.
  • Press conferences or cultural performances will be held to fully demonstrate the exhibitors’ new tourism products.
  • The mart will be open to tourism-related personnel and the public. Predictions hold that tens of thousands of people will visit.
  • Participants may hold various promotional activities of their own, such as introducing tourism resources from their own countries in order to take advantage of every opportunity to expand.