The Great Wall of Badaling, the most visited section of the iconic Great Wall of China, will now release a blacklist of rowdy visitors regularly. The decision comes after a video showing a visitor damaging the wall sparked massive uproar on the Chinese social media.
Much of the world is at standstill right now while the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has hit “pause” on our physical travel plans, but we can fulfil our wanderlust, virtually. From virtual museum tours to online Broadway productions, to safari livestreams in South Africa, there is a virtual tour for every traveler. Here are the “Seven Wonders of the World” to…
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Four tourist attractions in southwest China’s Sichuan Province, including the UNESCO World Heritage site Jiuzhaigou National Park, will reopen on March 31 after two-month closure due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, local tourism authorities said Thursday.
Visitors can now access a part of the Great Wall of China
Four tourist attractions including Jiuzhaigou National Park in southwest China’s Sichuan Province will reopen on March 31 after being closed for around two months due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, local tourism authorities said Thursday.
Pingyao, an ancient walled city in north China’s Shanxi Province, reopened to the public on Wednesday after being closed for two months due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
World heritage site, Mount Fanjing, in Southwest China’s Guizhou province, exempted tickets for local medical workers aiding Hubei Province, the center of the coronavirus outbreak in the country, for a lifetime, sources with the scenic zone said.
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Trade between China’s Tibet Autonomous Region and Nepal is likely to tumble in the first quarter due to the impact of the deadly coronavirus, yet the previous booming trade will recover gradually as long as the epidemic subsides, local officials and business representatives told the Global Times on Tuesday.
The Potala Palace, a UNESCO world heritage site, launched its first livestream on Sunday, attracting nearly 1 million viewers for a one-hour cloud-based show. The video has since been viewed more than 1 million times.
Faced with the public health challenge, many art and cultural institutions are ramping up their online and virtual offerings so that viewers can still access them from home.
A southwestern Chinese city said it would waive the entrance fees to its major scenic spots, including a world natural heritage site, for the nation’s medical workers this year.
Let’s face it, China is one of the few countries that truly has a lot of things to boast—their unique culture stands out, their landscapes are…