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China's Tourist Attractions Apply Off Season Price From November

Published on November 30, 2015 by Barbara

Many China's well-known attractions start to apply off season ticket price from November.

On 1st November, Forbidden City has cut down its price to RMB 40 from RMB 60, Namtso Lake and Potala Palace have halved their prices to RMB 60 and RMB 100. On 16th November, Jiuzhaigou National Park has plummeted to RMB 80 from RMB 220. On 30th November, Mt. Huashan has reduced to RMB 100 from RMB 180.

On 1st December, Zhangjiajie Wulingyuan Scenic Area will drop to RMB 136 from RMB 245. On 15th December, Mt. Emei will fall to RMB 110 from RMB 185.