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Reopened Tourist Attractions Across Changsha

Updated: 2020-03-25

Hunan Museum

The Hunan Museum reopened to the public starting March 24, 2020. The opening hours are from 9: 00 to 17: 00 every Tuesday to Sunday. During the epidemic, the Hunan Museum only accepts online real-name reservation, with a daily quota of 2,000 visitors. Visitors can make an appointment three days in advance (including the visiting day) by logging into the Hunan Museum official website, APP, and WeChat account. After the reservation is successful, a confirmation message will be sent. Visitors can enter the museum with this message, valid identity certificates, and a qualified health code. (Photo/moment.rednet.cn)

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Changsha Museum

The Changsha Museum reopened to the public that day. The opening hours are from 10: 00 to 16: 00 every Tuesday to Sunday. The museum has adopted measures to restrict the number of visitors, and accepts both online real-name ticket booking and on-site ticket reservation. Visitors are required to show their personal health codes and valid ID cards, and take body temperature checks before entering the museum. They are also required to wear masks while visiting. (Photo/Guo Liliang, Hunan Daily)

Chinese source: hunan.voc.com.cn

Changsha Fantawild Oriental Heritage Theme Park

The Changsha Fantawild Oriental Heritage Theme Park reopened to the public that day. The park also launched an activity to offer free admission to medical personnel. Between March 18 and December 31, medical personnel across the country can visit the park free of charge after checking their ID cards, medical qualification certificates and other relevant certificates. (Photo/Xu Xing, Hunan Daily)

Chinese source: hunan.voc.com.cn

Tongguan Kiln Ancient Town, Changsha

The Macrolink Tongguan Kiln Ancient Town reopened on March 5. The 5D cinema and performances at the scenic spot are temporarily suspended until the epidemic is over. The entrance of the scenic spot is equipped with temperature checking channels. Tourists must take temperature checks before entering the scenic spot. Epidemic prevention and control notice boards and 1.5m spacing lines have been set up at many places at the scenic spot. Tourists are arranged at staggered seats when taking the scenic spot sightseeing bus.

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Yanghu Lake National Wetland Park

On March 16, tourists enjoyed the scenery in Changsha Yanghu Lake National Wetland Park. The scenic area was reopened to tourists since that day.

Source: enghunan.gov.cn

Hunan Forest Botanical Garden 

On March 6, the Hunan Forest Botanical Garden reopened to the public after strict epidemic prevention measures were taken. During the epidemic outbreak, visitors need to make an appointment online in advance and enter the garden with a qualified QR code. Visitors are required to take temperature checks and wear masks for personal protection. (Photo/Shi Fangyu)

Chinese source: hunan.voc.com.cn

Changsha Landscape and Ecology Garden

The Changsha Landscape and Ecology Garden was reopened in an orderly manner on February 29, 2020. Presently, the plum, early cherry, and enkianthus cherry blossoms in the garden are in full bloom. 

According to the epidemic prevention and control requirements, real-name ticketing is conducted. Tourists should present their ID cards and electronic health cards. The Changsha Landscape and Ecology Garden recommends tourists to purchase tickets via electronic ticket system. Its daily reception volume should not exceed 50% of its capacity. Visitors should wear masks when visiting the garden.

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Yuelu Mountain, Changsha

Keep 1-Meter Distance

Beginning February 10, Yuelu Mountain Scenic Area has launched a phased resumption of normal operations. Monitoring sites are at the east and south entrances. All visitors should take temperatures and keep a 1-meter distance with others when lining up before the entrance. Round-the-clock disinfection should cover all the public areas. 

Orange Isle, Changsha

Control Tourist Volume

Open hours are daily between 8:30 and 18:00. Metro line 2 will not stop at the Orange Isle Station. The north entrance to the scenic area is closed while the south entrance opens with a monitoring site for visitor temperature screening. All public areas and toilets should be disinfected twice a day. Tourist volume will be controlled to avoid crowds and prevent spread of epidemic. 

Window on the World, Changsha

Real-name Ticketing 

The park will conduct real-name ticketing, temperature screening, and timed disinfection.  There will be quarantine places for epidemic prevention in order to create a safe and hygienic environment. All indoor programs are closed. The ferris wheel will be the only outdoor program open to the tourists. 

* The park will donate a mask to Wuhan when admitting one visitor, to support Wuhan’s epidemic prevention and control. 

Changsha Ecological Zoo

Wearing Masks

Real-name ticketing is required. Visitors should have their identity cards, e-tickets (QR codes), and e-health cards checked before entrance, and wear masks during the entire journey. Visitor volume should not exceed 50% of capacity. 

Chinese source: whhlyt.hunan.gov.cn; xiaoxiang tourism card WeChat

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