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Crowds flock to ancient alley despite ban on tour groups[1]- [Copy link] 中文

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Tourists visit Nanluoguxiang as drizzle falls in Beijing on Monday.[Photo by Wang Zhuangfei/China Daily]

Nanluoguxiang, a well-known and popular ancient hutong in Beijing lined with shops, restaurants and bars, was packed with visitors during the May Day holiday despite a recent ban on tour groups in the area.

On Saturday, more than 70,000 visitors flocked to the 787-meter-long, 8-meter-wid ...

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Post time 2016-5-3 09:05:40 |Display all floors
I would suggest that they (as with other popular sites) set up electronic gates (like those used in the subways) whereupon after certain numbers are reached, admissions will be stopped temporarily. They can even start collect fees in order to reduce traffic.

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