Iconic tourist spot Great Wall of China reopens partially for visitors after decline in Coronavirus cases
The Badaling section of the Great Wall will be opened for tourists from 9 am to 4 pm
After three months of lockdown owing to Coronavirus pandemic, China is now slowly moving back to normalcy and has now infact reopened a section of its iconic tourist spot Great Wall to visitors.
Located around 60 kms from Beijing, the most popular section of the wall i.e the Badaling section of the Great Wall will be opened for tourists from 9 am to 4 pm. As reports, around 892 tickets were already reserved by tourists. Besides, the daily number of visitors has been capped at 19,500.
To be permitted entry, visitors must book tickets on the official website or through social media app WeChat in advance and register with their personal information to get a health code.As a mandatory practice, the tourists on their arrival at the Badaling Great Wall will have their temperatures checked.
A one-way circular tour route has been designed to prevent the gathering of crowds. The cableway, the China Great Wall Museum, the ancient Great Wall and some other sections however will remain closed.
China in January closed all its museums and tourist centres all over the country to prevent the spread of the coronavirus