2006 Autoptical Trip to BeijingTravelChinaGuide Rounds off the Operators' TrainingPublished: Dec 15, 2006
|Training Tour to Badaling Great Wall, Beijing|
Reported from TravelChinaGuide (TCG), in order to provide a travel service with much higher quality, tour operators of TCG again had a special training trip to Beijing on December 7th, the year end of 2006.
In a 7-day field survey, the tour operators sightsaw the most representative scenic spots in Beijing including Mutianyu Great Wall, Juyongguan Pass, Badaling Great Wall, Ming Tombs and the Sacred Way, as well as the Lama Temple, Summer Palace, Forbidden City, Tianmen Square, Temple of Heaven... Similar to the trip to Guilin two weeks ago, they choose the hotels and restaurants that are included in the itineraries offered to their clients to have a true feeling of their experience. After the investigation in person, the operators will arrange itineraries, dining and lodging for their clients as appropriate as possible in the future.
Not only have the operators well-trained by the autoptical trip, their passion and motivity for work had also been greatly inspired and encouraged. TCG always have such annual staff training in this way also to other cities like Shanghai, Guiyang, Yangtze Three Gorges and even the mystical Tibet. Believe that after this outing training, all the saff of TCG, with their greatest ebullience, will provide a much better service with higher and more superior quality for their distinguished clients.
2006 Outing Investigation to Guilin TravelChinaGuide Launches Staff Training for Tour OperatorsPublished: Nov 30, 2006
On November 21st, TCG elite team, composing by the diligent tour operators, went to Guilin to have a one-week autoptical travel.
During the investigation, they visited some of the renowned attractions like Reed Flute Cave (Lu Di Yan), Elephant Trunk Hill (Xiangbishan), Seven Star Park, the Longji Terraced Fields, the Zhuang Minority villages and the Suspension Bridge. Enduring memories on the Li River cruise had also left the group deep impression. Besides, they ate in the restaurants and lodged in the hotels that are always arranged for their clients to have a real taste and visited some others in the daytime. They experienced the most characteristic entertainment and specially have the flavored food to savor the authentic local feature of the city.
By personal taste of the travel on eating, dinning, transportation, visiting, shopping and entertainment in Guilin, all the operators have benefited a lot from this trip and gathered much work experience on having the most appropriate arrangement for their clients. They also learnt much about the sightseeing and extracted the most distinctive feature of every scenic spot so as to better introduce China to the world travelers.
Expedition Tour to Luoyang, Henan ProvincePublished: Published: October 30, 2006
|Our Staff in Shaolin Temple, Luoyang|
Another important issue of this trip was to promote cooperation with some local restaurants and hotels, while collecting material and pictures to enrich the website content.
Luoyang was the capital city of thirteen dynasties in Chinese history with many great cultural relics. TravelChinaGuide offers the 3 Day Spotlights of Luoyang tour, a guide to the highlights of the city.
More Company News in 2006:
TravelChinaGuide’s Expedition Tour to Tibet - September 29, 2006
TravelChinaGuide's Happy Summer Day in Mt. Taibai - Aug 11, 2006
TravelChinaGuide Launches Early Bird Savings Program - August 10, 2006
Yearly Routine Expedition and Incentive Program to Yangtze River - July 31, 2006
Training Tour to Silk Road - May 29, 2006
Winners' List of TCG Community Article Contribution - May 15, 2006
Community Management on Weekends & Holidays - Apr 20, 2006
velChinaGuide Presents a New Column - A La Carte - Apr 14, 2006
Expedition Tour to Guilin - March 27, 2006
New Year Evening Party of TravelChinaGuide - Jan 9, 2006