China International Travel Mart (CITM) is the largest professional tourism exhibition annually held in Asia， and has been being held in Shanghai and Kunming alternately since 2001. Tourism management agencies, travel agencies, hotels, airlines and other enterprises related to tourism from all over the world and all provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions in China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan participate in the exhibition every year.
The Organizing Committee will invite international and domestic qualified buyers to participate and medias from all over the world including China to report in-depth, and will hold seminars and lectures on hot topics to track the trends of international tourism. During the period, promotional activities will be held in introducing the tourism resources of various countries and regions to facilitate the business cooperation.
Co-sponsored by the Chinese Ministry of Culture and Tourism,Chinese Civil Aviation Administration and Yunnan Provincial People's Government, the 2022 China International Travel Mart, will be held from July 22nd to 24th at the Dianchi International Convention and Exhibition Center in Kunming, Yunnan. The theme of this year's Travel Mart is "Intelligent Innovation and A Shared Future - Serving the High-Quality Development of the Tourism Industry". The exhibition area is about 80,000 square meters, with 4,200 standard booths. It is expected that exhibitors from 71 countries and regions, 31 Chinese domestic provinces (cities and autonomous regions), including 261 cultural and tourism institutions and enterprises will participate in online and offline exhibitions.
The exhibition will also focus on the new trends and new characteristics of the tourism market development under the new situation, a number of activities will be held such as the Innovation and Development Forum of the Intelligent Tourism, the Forum on China-Laos Railway Helping in Creating the Community with a Shared Future in Asia, and the International Tourism Exchange and Cooperation Forum under the RCEP Agreement. aiming to promote the overall recovery and continuous growth of the tourism market, and to further stimulate the potential of cultural and tourism consumption.