On January 20, 2023, China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism announced that starting February 6, 2023, local travel agencies and online travel operators would resume providing outbound group tours and airline-plus-hotel packages.
Tickets for the high-speed rail connecting the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) and the mainland has been available for sale as the services are set to resume on Sunday.
The Chinese Embassy in South Korea issued a notice on January 10 suspending the issuance of short-term visas to South Korean citizens visiting China for business, tourism, medical treatment, transit or general private affairs.
Guangzhou’s Baiyun International Airport adjusted all inbound and outbound passenger flights in Terminal 2 (T2) starting from Jan 8, as entry and transit procedures fully resume.
The border between the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong will gradually reopen from Sunday with a maximum of 60,000 people in Hong Kong able to enter the mainland everyday through land, sea and air ports, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region(HKSAR) government announced on Thursday.
The country's top authority on epidemic prevention and control also announced the resumption of connecting and transit services into the mainland from Hong Kong and Macao international airports.
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