Beijing will strengthen supervision to crack down on illegal tourism at 23 popular scenic spots during the summer vacation, according to the law enforcement corps of Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport on July 5.
The 23 scenic spots including the Badaling Great Wall, Ming Tombs, Forbidden City and Summer Palace are identified by the in-depth big data analysis of high-occurrence areas and periods of illegal tourism based on the recent three years’ tourism violations and complaints in Beijing. The law enforcement corps will work with local public security, urban management and tourism departments to further strengthen the supervision of these scenic spots, and 25 temporary monitoring sites will be set up to crack down on illegal tourism and protect tourists’ lawful rights and interests.
During the summer vacation, more child beggars will be seen at Beijing subway stations and the law enforcement and public security departments will conduct thorough investigations to strictly crack down on child smuggling or help the child beggars from poor counties. Passengers who find beggars at subway stations can report to the station’s staff or call the transport service and supervision hotline 12328.