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Tourism peak seen during National Holiday

2012-10-03 02:11:22 GMT2012-10-03 10:11:22(Beijing Time)  SINA.com

Tourists visit the Palace Museum in Beijing, capital of China, Oct. 02, 2012 . According to the statistics, the Palace Museum has attracted 186,000 tourists to visit by 4 pm Tuesday, surpassing the ever-recorded statistics in a day. (Photo/Xinhua)

Tourists visit the Palace Museum in Beijing, capital of China, Oct. 02, 2012 . According to the statistics, the Palace Museum has attracted 186,000 tourists to visit by 4 pm Tuesday, surpassing the ever-recorded statistics in a day. (Photo/Xinhua)

Tourists visit the Palace Museum in Beijing, capital of China, Oct. 02, 2012 . According to the statistics, the Palace Museum has attracted 186,000 tourists to visit by 4 pm Tuesday, surpassing the ever-recorded statistics in a day. (Photo/Xinhua)

Tourists gather to visit the Tian'anmen Square on National Day in Beijing, capital of China, October 1, 2012. Beijing's 24 major scenic spots have seen 804,000 travels on Monday, a surge of 80 percent as compared to 447,000 travels on September 30. Chinese cities are expected to receive a tourism peak during the "Golden Week" holiday bridging Mid-Autumn Festival and the National Day holiday from September 30 to October 7. (Photo/Xinhua)

The Summer Palace is swarmed with tourists on National Day in Beijing, capital of China, October 1, 2012. Beijing's 24 major scenic spots have seen 804,000 travels on Monday, a surge of 80 percent as compared to 447,000 travels on September 30. Chinese cities are expected to receive a tourism peak during the "Golden Week" holiday bridging Mid-Autumn Festival and the National Day holiday from September 30 to October 7.(Photo/Xinhua)

Tourists gather to watch surging tide on the bank of Qiantang River in Haining City, east China's Zhejiang Province, Oct. 3, 2012. The tidal bore of the Qiantang River stages highest waves during the eighth month on Chinese lunar calendar. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi)

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