Potala Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, opened its online ticket reservation service on Sunday to help manage the number of visits during peak tourism season, the palace's management office said.
Visitors to the palace in Lhasa, capital of the Tibet autonomous region, are now required to make reservations on its website or at a ticket window to ensure entry to the site.
Visitors can reserve tickets one day in advance at ticket windows while online reservations are available up to seven days in advance, the office said.
Each visitor can reserve a maximum of five tickets online.
The reservation window is open daily from 8 am until tickets for the following day are sold out.
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