China’s First Tourism Law Now Enacted

China’s first tourism law went into effect on October 1, 2013. The new policy was designed to foster the industry’s sustainable growth and to protect visitors to the destination.

The law also outlines measures to address industry issues such as fair pricing and congestion in scenic spots, as well as focuses on ensuring tourists’ rights while in China.

China’s first tourism law includes measures to curb rocketing ticket prices.

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