Ctrip.com was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Shanghai, China. It employs more than 30,000 people. Currently, the company has 95 domestic offices in Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Xiamen, Chongqing, Qingdao, Wuhan, Sanya and Nantong. The city, Singapore, Seoul, Hong Kong and other 22 overseas cities set up branches, set up service contact centers in Nantong, China and Edinburgh, Scotland.
In 2010, Ctrip.com strategically invested in Taiwan Yiyou.com and Hong Kong Yongan Tourism to achieve interoperability between the three sides. In 2014, the investment travel network will extend its reach to North America.
In 2015, Ctrip invested in eLong Travel Network and reached an equity swap transaction with Baidu to complete the holding of Qunar. In the same year, Ctrip was named China's largest travel group for the first time and ranked among the top ten Internet companies in China.
In January 2016, Ctrip Strategy invested in MakeMyTrip, India's largest travel company, and established the Southeast Asia Regional Headquarters in Singapore. In October of the same year, Ctrip increased its investment in North America and reached cooperation with Latitude, Seagull and Tufeng. In November, Ctrip invested in Skyscanner, the UK ticket search platform, to complete the layout of the overseas ticket market. Since then, Ctrip has completed the relevant business layout of globalization.
As China's leading integrated travel services company, Ctrip has successfully integrated high-tech industries and traditional travel industries, providing more than 300 million members with wireless applications, hotel reservations, airline reservations, travel vacations, business travel management and travel information. The location travel service is known as a model for the seamless integration of the Internet and traditional tourism.
With stable business development and excellent profitability, CTRIP was successfully listed on NASDAQ in December 2003. On the day of the listing, the world's highest growth rate in the three years since its launch, the current market value of more than 23 billion US dollars.
Today's Ctrip, the online travel service market, is in the leading position. It has been rated as China's No. 1 Tourism Group for four consecutive years and is currently the second largest online travel service company in the world.