China Tourism News
China Tourism News
Due to the serious global coronavirus pandemic, China issued a suspension on entry for foreigners who hold valid Chinese visas or residence permits since March 28, 2020. All the visa-free transit policies are included as well, such as 24/72/144-hour visa-free transit, Hainan 30-day visa-free access. Visitors holding diplomatic, service, courtesy and C visas are excluded.
Bounced back from the coronavirus, China welcomes the resumption of work and return of business. About 3,700 scenic areas have declared to reopen and some of them offer discount ticket price. The opened sites include Badaling Great Wall, Yellow Mountain, West Lake, Potatso National Park…
China opened the world’s deepest and largest high speed railway station on December 30 in 2019 together with the adoption of new train timetable. The 102m (335ft) underground Badaling Great Wall Station is only about 200 meters to the famous Badaling Great Wall. In addition to this newly opened railway station, Beijing – Zhangjiakou, Zhangjiakou – Datong, Zhangjiakou – Hohhot and many other railways have been opened on the same day.
Since December 1, 2019, China’s 144-hour visa-free transit policy will be available in Xi’an, Chongqing and Ningbo Airports, totaling 27 ports. Ningbo Airport will be incorporated into Shanghai-Jiangsu-Zhejiang 144-hour visa-free transit ports. Besides, the stay area of Chengdu’s 144-hour visa-free transit will be expanded to 10 surrounding cities.
The best time to appreciate red leaves in China is coming. Here lists the top 6 fall foliage destinations to enjoy red leaves, including Fragrant Hill in Beijing, Tianping Mountain in Suzhou, Qixia Mountain in Nanjing, Wuyuan in Jiangxi, Kanas in Xinjiang and Miyaluo in Sichuan.
As the largest single- terminal airport in the world, Beijing Daxing Airport opens on September 25, 2019. The article gives some facts you may want to know: flight tickets, air companies, transfer procedure and transportation with downtown and nearby cities…
Due to China’s 16th military parade for celebrating the National Day on October 1, 2019, the Forbidden City will close from September 21 to October 1, as well as other scenic spots near the Tian’anmen Square. Surrounding commercial areas will also be affected and traffic control will be implemented.
A lot of Chinese train stations plot E-tickets for high speed trains. Foreign passengers can board the trains just holding the passports used for booking. No paper tickets are needed anymore.
The Typhoon Lekima will land in China’s eastern cities including Shanghai, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Wenzhou and Taizhou. A lot of trains and flights will stop and scenic areas will be closed temporarily. Travelers who plan to those cities should pay close attention to the weather forecast and transportation condition.
The Badaling Great Wall proclaimed to implement the real-name online ticketing system since June of 2019 and the daily quota of tourists has been limited to 65,000. It aims to provide a safer travel experience to travelers and better protect the Great Wall.