With Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day approaching, some popular scenic attractions in China, such as the Palace Museum, are already booked up for the holiday, while other attractions are selling out fast. The authorities suggest that tourists pay attention to their safety and check ticket reservations have been confirmed before traveling.
Scenic attractions have increased capacity for visitors
Because Mid-Autumn Festival coincides with the National Day holiday in 2020, this year’s Golden Week holiday is one day longer than usual, and the eight-day holiday has made Chinese tourists even more eager to go out.
China State Railway Group said on Monday that the National Day railway rush will start on September 28. From September 28 to October 8, China’s railways are expected to carry 108 million passengers, an average of 9.82 million per day.