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Jiuzhaigou Valley to Reopen Partially after Earthquake

Sea of Reeds in Jiuzhaigou National ParkJIUZHAIGOU Valley, the UNESCO World Heritage Site will be reopened partially and progressively after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck the popular tourist destination in August of the year 2017. Admission fees are expected to be reduced. Ticket system might be changed. All the tickets should be booked in advance.
Jiuzhaigou Valley, also known as Jiuzhaigou National Park, located in the mountains on the eastern edge of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, belonging to the Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture of Ngawa in west China's Sichuan Province, is well-known for its ethnic minority communities, superb mountainous landscape and stunning scenery.
Sichuan government issued a restoration plan last November and decided to invest 11.8 billion yuan (US$1.8 billion) into the restoration of Jiuzhai Valley, which will be completed in three years. 
Jiuzhaigou Valley has received more than 32 million tourists from home and abroad over the past 10 years. The National Park had been closed on Aug. 8 in the year of 2017 due to the earthquake.
Sichuan Travel News - Travel West China Tour Information Center

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