Chinese tourists advised to be cautious in Sri Lanka
Chinese tourists travelling in Sri Lanka have been urged to remain cautious due to various accidents in the island nation.
Colombo: Chinese tourists travelling in Sri Lanka have been urged to remain cautious due to various accidents in the island nation.
According to a Xinhua News Agency report, China has become the second largest source of visitors to Sri Lanka.
But the report also reveals that Chinese tourists arriving in the country have faced a lot of inconvenience and problems.
According to Sri Lanka Tourism statistics, in the first seven months of this year,119,705 tourists have arrived from China.
According to statistics, in the first seven months of the year, there were 46 tourist accidents registered in the Chinese embassy, including three cases of drowning which had led to two deaths.
More than 30 cases of theft, one rape case, one snake bite case, two tourists falling off the train and three cases of tourists being blocked at the Immigration were also reported.
In addition, some Chinese tourists have also been suspected of jewellery theft and had not been allowed to go back to China.