Xicheng District’s Parks Reopen Indoor Exhibition Halls
All Beijing’s 11 municipal parks and 45 sightseeing places of the Museum of Chinese Gardens and Landscape Architecture, including their indoor venues, fully reopened to the public from July 21st. These parks can keep visitor numbers to 50 percent of peak traffic from 30 percent.
Parks and tourist sites in Xicheng District include Beijing Zoo’s children’s zoo, amphibious reptile hall, indoor exhibition hall of panda hall, penguin hall, indoor exhibition hall of polar bear hall, Changguanlou Palace and outdoor playground, Jingshan Park’s Huguo Zhongyi Temple and indoor exhibition hall of Shouhuang Palace, as well as Beihai Park’s Jingxinzhai scenic area, Xiaoxitian scenic area, Xiaoxitian Hall (exhibition of stone carvings and stone inscriptions), and Tuancheng exhibition room (historical and cultural exhibition of Yilantang).
Measures such as flow control and ticket reservation are further implemented, and the number of visitors in both indoor and outdoor places is limited to 50% of the capacity. In addition, tourists must take body temperatures, check health QR codes and wear masks before entering a park, and maintain a social distance of more than 1 meter when visiting the park. They are also required to wear masks when visiting indoor exhibition halls, taking a tour bus, and participating in activities in the park less than 1 meter close, as well as in crowded and confined spaces. And they need to scan a QR code via Health Kit when taking a tour bus or a ferry boat, dining in a restaurant in the park, and taking part in entertainment activities in the park.
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