Hohhot tourist attractions require online reservations
Tourists appreciate peach blossoms in Princess Mansion Park in Hohhot, in Inner Mongolia. [Photo/people.com.cn]
Tourists will need to make telephone or online reservations before their visits to tourist attractions in Hohhot -- capital of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region -- during the upcoming May 1-5 holiday period, according to a report in the Hohhot Evening News.
Officials said the region’s capital has gradually reopened its major tourist attractions as the novel coronavirus epidemic has waned.
The Hohhot culture, tourism, radio, film and television bureau recently released the guidelines -- Announcement on Epidemic Prevention, Control and A-level Tourist Attractions Appointments in Hohhot -- according to which tourist attractions in the city are required to make emergency plans for epidemic prevention and control.
Under its rules, the number of tourists received in the scenic spots cannot exceed 30 percent of their maximum carrying capacity.