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National Tourism Day Brings Discounts to Beijing

China’s National Tourism Day occurs on May 19, 2013 this year and, as such, many of the tourist sites throughout Beijing will be free or discounted on that day. Sites in Beijing that will be offering discounted entry rates – or free entry altogether – will include Songshan National Park, Guyaju (the ancient shelter sites on the cliff), Yunju Temple, Zhoukoudian, the Museum of the Fourth Glacial Period, and the International Sculpture Park.

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