Visitors to Beijing Can Now Retrieve Prohibited Goods

Beijing recently began allowing passengers from 45 countries to stay in the city for up to 72 hours without a visa, making visiting the capital city even easier. Now, Beijing is also allowing visitors to store goods that are prohibited from entering Beijing, such as food and even pets, upon arrival and then allowing these visitors to retrieve them upon departure. Beijing continues to make strides to make travel into this unforgettable destination more accessible for visitors throughout the world.

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