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Over 163,000 Chinese tourists arrive in Sri Lanka till July
India, China and Britain remained the leading markets with India generating 14% of the total traffic received in July, China generating 13% and Britain generating 12%.
Over 163,000 Chinese tourists have arrived in Sri Lanka from January to July this year, making China the second largest market for Sri Lanka tourism, statistics from the Tourism Ministry showed on Tuesday.
 
According to the statistics, 27,460 Chinese tourists arrived during the month of July, out of which 27,418 arrived by air and 42 by sea.
 
In total, overall tourist arrivals last month exceeded 200,000 recording a 6.0% growth when compared with the same period last year.
 
India, China and Britain remained the leading markets with India generating 14% of the total traffic received in July, China generating 13% and Britain generating 12%.
 
The tourism ministry said in a statement that till July, Sri Lanka had received 1,382,476 tourists, recording a 13.7% growth compared to the first seven months of last year.
 
  Source: China Travel News

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