Some of China’s most popular tourist sites have resumed their business after staying closed for nearly two months to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Badaling section of the Great Wall in Beijing partially reopened yesterday while the Terracotta Army in Xi’an welcomed its first visitors today after the temporary shutdown. Other renowned scenic spots, including the West Lake, Canton Tower and Leshan Giant Buddha, have also opened their doors. The Shanghai Disneyland, Potala Palace and Forbidden City, however, remain shut. Visitors are seen climbing the Badaling section of the Great Wall in rural Beijing as the historical site has partially reopened yesterday after shutting on January 25 World-renowned tourist attractions including the Great Wall and Terracotta Army have reopened their doors to Chinese tourists after shutting for two months due to the coronavirus People must book their tickets in advance and have their temperature taken before entering the Great Wall in Badaling. They are also required to show their green health code upon arrival to prove that they are virus-free. Tourists must wear face masks and stay at least one metre (three feet) away from each other at all times while climbing the historic fortification, according to a notice. Medical… Read full this story
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