According to iResearch's latest report, Tuniu, Ctrip and LY.com were the top 3 Chinese travel websites, with a market share of 19.4%, 19.2% and 10% respectively.
Below is a list of top Chinese online travel platforms:
Ctrip is a leading provider of travel services including accommodation reservation, transportation ticketing, packaged tours and corporate travel management. The company bridges the gap between independent travelers and travel suppliers by helping travelers plan and book trips while helping travel suppliers, such as hotels and airlines, improve the efficiency of their marketing and distribution channels. The company has achieved a leading position. (Source: ctrip.com)
Via its website and mobile applications, Qunar.com organizes enormous travel information and provides instant and thorough searches of flights, hotels, travel packages, group-buying deals and other travel-related information to travelers, helping them find travel products of great value, and travel information that best matches their needs, all by its intelligent and avant-garde technology. (Source: Qunar.com)
Qunar merged with Ctrip in 2015.
Alitrip (also called Fliggy) is dedicated to building the largest Chinese Online-Travel-Service platform. It is owned by Alibaba.
Tuniu is a leading online leisure travel company in China that offers a large selection of packaged tours, including organized and self-guided tours, as well as travel-related services for leisure travelers through its website tuniu.com and mobile platform. (Source: Tuniu LinkedIn)
Mafengwo is a leading online travel platform in China that creates useful resources and provides booking services for independent travelers.
Elong is an online travel platform providing travel services such as booking flights, hotels and tours.
LY.com is an online travel platform providing travel services such as booking flights, hotels and tours.