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Better ticket policy at sites

By Yang Feiyue | | Updated: 2015-03-24 09:06

Better ticket policy at sites

Tourists line up to purchase tickets at the Palace Museum in Beijing. [Photo/Agencies]

China National Tourism Administration will make efforts to curb any unreasonable hike in ticket prices at scenic spots, a tourism official said on March 23.

Some of the country's tourist sites that are expected to be selected for a betterment program soon, would be urged to have favorable ticket polices for the elderly, the disabled, students and military personnel, the official added. The purpose is to both maintain a visitor's interest in such spots and improve service quality.

The administration aims to spend the next three years upgrading China's various tourist destinations and improving sanitation.


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