The Taj Mahal, in Agra, India, viewed from Mehtab Bagh, or Moonlight Garden. Pictures: Alamy

Should tourists pay more than locals? The dual pricing debate extends to the Seven Modern Wonders of the World

  • From the Taj Mahal to the Great Wall of China, international visitors often have to pay more to see tourist attractions – but is it fair?
  • There are arguments both for and against extra fees for tourists – here’s what you can expect to pay to see some of the modern wonders
Topic |   Tourism

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The Taj Mahal, in Agra, India, viewed from Mehtab Bagh, or Moonlight Garden. Pictures: Alamy
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Tim Pile

Tim Pile

Tim Pile has written more than 300 travel articles for the South China Morning Post. He has been to over 100 countries and has a Master’s degree in Tourism Environment and Development.