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Another 94 scenic spots lower ticket prices

2012-09-29 07:01:51 GMT2012-09-29 15:01:51(Beijing Time)  SINA.com

By Zhao Wei, Sina English

The second batch of 94 scenic spots in China, including 14 5A-class scenic spots, have lowered the prices for admission tickets by 25% on average ahead of an upcoming eight-day holiday that starts from Sept. 30, according to statistics by National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).

Among the 94 scenic spots, 4 of them will be totally free of charge according to a list on the website of the NDRC.

A batch of 80 scenic spots nationwide cut their ticket prices by 37%, 13 of them offering free access to the public, on September 20 in response to the government mandate to benefit the public.

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80 scenic spots cut ticket prices before Golden Week

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