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Direct Flights from Guangzhou to Southeast Asian Cities to Launch

News from Guangzhou Baiyun Airport said that passengers can take direct flights from Guangzhou to some Southeast Asian cities, including Phuket, Angkor, Yangon and Vientiane as of July 9, 2007. It is said that these flights can be searched through the online ticketing selling system and can be booked and sold now.

- 9:04 P.M. EST, May 14, 2007

Ticket Selling of Huangguoshu Scenic Spot Changes

News from Xinhua Agency shows that the Huangguoshu Scenic Spot of Guizhou has made changes on its tickets selling as of May 8, 2007. The ticket selling of Waterfall Scenic Area, Tianxingqiao Bridge Scenic Area and Doupotang Pool Scenic Area was combined together for a better service and protection to the area. Now the through ticket is CNY 180, which is 10 yuan lower than the original price.

- 11:35 P.M. EST, May 8, 2007

Special Schedule for Visiting Forbidden City during May Holiday Unveils

News from Beijing said that the opening time of Forbidden City from May 1st to May 3rd will be changed to 07:30, which is one hour earlier than normal time, for a better service to the tourists. The staff of Forbidden City said that there might be over 90 thousand tourists visiting the great palace in that period and several temporary ticketing offices will also be settled around the Meridian Gate area for the convenience of tourists.

- 1:10 A.M. EST, Apr 29, 2007

Direct Trains from Shanghai to Sanya to Launch

It is said that direct trains from Shanghai to Sanya will start to run as of Apr. 18, 2007. The train, K511/2, will start from Shanghai South Station at 9:50 and arrive at Sanya at 22:17, the third day. The whole trip is expected to cost 36.5 hours. The returning train will start at 16:50 and arrive at Shanghai at 5:43, the third day.


- 7:05 P.M. EST, Apr 18, 2007

Night Tour to Longmen Grottoes Starts Operation

Night Tour to Longmen Grottoes, one of the three most famous treasure houses of stone inscriptions in China, was started operation on April 9, 2007. With the advanced lighting engineering in Longmen Grottoes, different scenery can be viewed by tourists. The opening time of the Longmen Grottoes was also extended to 22:00.

- 6:43 P.M. EST, Apr 17, 2007

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