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Another Chinese city opened for foreign tourists
In the Chinese city of Guilin introduced 72-hour visa-free regime for passengers of international transit flights from 28 July, reports correspondent. APR PRESS with reference to china24news.com. Visa-free regime applies to travelers from 51 countries of the world, including Russia, USA, Japan, South Korea, Australia and a number of EU countries.
Guilin is located in the south of China, in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The city is located on the banks of the Lijiang River, in a picturesque area famous for its quaint karst hills. The nearby Yangshuo County is called "a Chinese fairy tale, where fantastic mountain landscapes are reflected in the mirror-like surface of rivers." Now tourists will have three days to enjoy the picturesque views of South China, to see the Elephant Trunk Hill and the Cave of Seven Stars. The films “Star Wars. Episode III. Revenge of the Sith "and" Painted Veil ".
Local authorities hope that the introduction of a visa-free regime will favorably affect the development of the tourism industry. From Guilin Airport you can take a direct flight to Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Bangkok and Hong Kong. This year, passenger traffic was about 400 thousand people, which is 14% higher than last year.
Today, a visa-free regime, convenient for transit passengers, also operates in other Chinese cities - Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Kunming, Chengdu, Chongqing, Shenyang and Dalian.