Quake-shattered Jiuzhaigou reopens to independent tourists
Jiuzhaigou, also named Jiuzhai Valley in southwest China's Sichuan Province, reopened to independent tourists last Thursday on Nov. 28, the first time since its closure after a magnitude 7.0 earthquake in August 2017.
The national park which is a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for its extremely beautiful scenery, reopened partially in late September after two years of post-quake reconstruction. The latest update goes that the scenic area will increase its daily cap from 8,000 tourists to 20,000 tourists.
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