Xi'an issues preferential policies to attract Shanghai World Expo tourists

16:17, April 08, 2010      

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In order to encourage tourists attending the Shanghai World Expo 2010 to make a stopover in Xi'an, 39 scenic spots and 43 highly-rated hotels in Xi'an will offer deals from May to October to Expo ticket-holders, according to the Xi’an tourism administration.

The 39 scenic spots, which include Huaqing Hot Springs, Lishan National Forest Park, Tang Paradise, Forest of Stone Steles Museum and Cuihuashan Mountain will offer discounts to visitors who hold entrance tickets of the Shanghai World Expo between May 1 and October 31.

Meanwhile, to attract more tourists, the tourism administration of Xi'an has also announced that 18 scenic spots, such as the Shannxi History Museum and Big Wild Goose Pagoda Leisure Area, will be opened free-of-charge.

In addition, tourists holding Expo entrance tickets will be entitled to various levels of rate discounts offered by 43 high-rated hotels in Xi'an, with one ticket being valid only once in one hotel.

By People's Daily Online


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