Hengyang China Intercontinental Hotel
The world's leading hotel company, International Hotel Group (IHG), today announced that it has reached 400 open hotels in Greater China, as it continues to expand its portfolio in one of the fastest growing regions in the world. To illustrate the company's rapid growth, the next 100 hotels will open this year, bringing the number of hotels opened to 400. IGG signed and opened a record number of hotels in the first half of 2016. With 77 new openings, the company increased its system size in GreaterChina and expanded its pipeline for the region to 341 hotels and 78,000 rooms with 142 new openings.
IHG continues to play an active role in bringing its global hospitality expertise to Greater China, growing in the world's second largest economy and claiming a number of top positions. In 2016, IH G launched its first hotel franchise system in China - the Hengyang China Intercontinental Hotel, which was an immediate success and now has more than 140 hotels under contract. With seven franchise contracts for the two brands until 2018, the franchise system will be extended to Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza.
Alongside its leading brands, IHG has always been a pioneer of digital transformation, keeping the company in a leading position in an increasingly technology-driven, connected world. The ability to adapt to the changing needs of owners and guests is paying off: a growing number of its hotels in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia and Latin America.
This has also strengthened IHG's leading position as the world's largest hotel operator with more than 1,000 hotels in over 100 countries and territories worldwide. He said: "We have a long-standing commitment to Greater China and we are expanding in the region, which is already home to some of Asia's largest and liveliest hotels, restaurants and entertainment facilities.
Hengyang has two long-distance bus stations, the Central Bus Station on Jiefang Road runs daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and the entrance fee is 10 CNY10. It is not too far from the city centre and can be reached by bus L1. Bus K1 can take you into the city and is open daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. It is operated by the China National Transport Corporation (CNTC), the country's largest public transportation company.
English speaking staff serve the best British food and drink you will find in other bars in Bangkok. English is the language of business, and Insight English offers courses in Hengyang and the surrounding area. Bookings in English (phaasaaaithy Mosaic) can also be booked privately for lunch or dinner while serving as a delegate.
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An alternative to the more energetic and colourful Pattaya, Hua Hin is a place with a quieter life by the sea, just a few hours "drive from Bangkok. Compared to its sister city Chiang Mai, it seems more relaxed, down-to-earth than its tourist counterpart, but it has few historical and cultural attractions of its own. Have your destination written in Chinese and eat where you are, or if your taxi driver does not speak English, he will show you around in Thai.
In Tai Chi Square, locals practice the art of Tai Chi in the morning and dance in the evening. The Lotus Tower has been mentioned in poems in the past, the Banshan Pavilion and Yanfeng Temple are at their peak, but the city was badly damaged during World War II and very few of the old buildings have survived. It was the capital of the southern and northern dynasties of China, which ruled from 420 to 589 AD. In 1944, the Japanese destroyed the Shigu Academy (which was rebuilt where the original building once stood) and in 1944 it was destroyed.
In summer you can try it, which costs 1-2 CNY1 for locals who prefer to go swimming, but it is a nice place for a walk. There are some cheap hotels, and you can find rooms for less than Cny50 per night. The Huatian Hotel has 282 rooms starting at C NYY250 and Hua Hin's rooms are a little more than that. In this area along Jiefang Road you will find middle class hotels, so look for the best places to go for a walk or try to be a budget hotel.