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Passengers wait for trains at the waiting hall of Chongqing North Railway Station in Chongqing, southwest China, Sept. 29, 2023. Friday marks the Mid-Autumn Festival this year, followed by the National Day holiday from Sept. 30 to Oct. 6. With a growing number of travelers ready to sate their wanderlust, the tourism sector is expecting a boost to development as the long holidays near.

According to China State Railway Group, the country’s railway operator, it sold 22.88 million train tickets for the Mid-Autumn Festival on the day the tickets went on sale, a record high for single-day sales.

Passengers wait for trains at the waiting hall of Chongqing North Railway Station in Chongqing, southwest China, Sept. 29, 2023. Friday marks the Mid-Autumn Festival this year, followed by the National Day holiday from Sept. 30 to Oct. 6. With a growing number of travelers ready to sate their wanderlust, the tourism sector is expecting a boost to development as the long holidays near.

According to China State Railway Group, the country’s railway operator, it sold 22.88 million train tickets for the Mid-Autumn Festival on the day the tickets went on sale, a record high for single-day sales.

Passengers wait for trains at the waiting hall of Guiyang North Railway Station in Guiyang, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, Sept. 29, 2023. Friday marks the Mid-Autumn Festival this year, followed by the National Day holiday from Sept. 30 to Oct. 6. With a growing number of travelers ready to sate their wanderlust, the tourism sector is expecting a boost to development as the long holidays near.

According to China State Railway Group, the country’s railway operator, it sold 22.88 million train tickets for the Mid-Autumn Festival on the day the tickets went on sale, a record high for single-day sales.

Passengers run to the ticket gate at Tianjin West Railway Station in north China’s Tianjin, Sept. 29, 2023. Friday marks the Mid-Autumn Festival this year, followed by the National Day holiday from Sept. 30 to Oct. 6. With a growing number of travelers ready to sate their wanderlust, the tourism sector is expecting a boost to development as the long holidays near.

According to China State Railway Group, the country’s railway operator, it sold 22.88 million train tickets for the Mid-Autumn Festival on the day the tickets went on sale, a record high for single-day sales.

SourceXinhua

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