From player vs. player games to parachute and ski simulators, visitors are treated to a full array of XR experiences inside the park.
Tourists can only enter tourist attractions after booking online, and the number of tourists will be strictly limited due to regular disinfection requirements.
The country is now acquainted with the regularities of and experience gained from COVID-19 prevention and control, especially during times of pressure like the National Day holiday in October.
The park is now preparing for full operation, featuring signature attractions.
Friday marked the peak of the rail travel rush, with 9.89 million passenger trips.
The list included mainland China, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Weibo big data report shows family travel and “go west” are trending for hotels; Resort islands in Bali feel the pinch as Chinese tourists avoid Indonesia.
Bali welcomed more than 6.2 million foreign tourists in 2019, with Australia contributing the largest number of inbound tourists at over 1.2 million, followed by China with 1.1 million.
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