Research on the Development of Shanghai Cruise Tourism Under the Background of Tourism Integration in the Yangtze River Delta

  • Huang Huang


At present, the Yangtze River Delta region is one of the regions with the highest level of economic development in China. The development status of regional tourism integration in the Yangtze River Delta is mainly manifested in that the Yangtze River Delta is an important tourist source and destination in China, the scale of tourism industry in the Yangtze River Delta tends to be balanced, Shanghai is the tourist distribution and service center of the Yangtze River Delta and the Yangtze River Angle tourism integration has laid a good foundation, Shanghai cruise port and tourism city integration has made remarkable progress, but there are still some problems such as the Yangtze River Delta has not yet formed a perfect cruise port system, the Yangtze River Delta cruise port and tourism hinterland integration still need to be developed. In the aspect of integrated development path, it is proposed to form a perfect cruise port system, form multiple single port cruise tourism destinations, and form a single multi-port cruise tourism destination. Based on detailed data analysis and government investigation, this paper will study the development path to promote the integration of cruise tourism destinations in the Yangtze River Delta.


Yangtze River Delta cruise Tourism and tourism integration Destination integration 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Huang Huang
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  1. 1.China Tourism AcademyBeijingChina

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