To work with the visit of Egyptians and sightseers to Abu Simbel Temple, particularly with the forthcoming festival of the sun arrangement on 22 February, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities finished the establishment and activity of an arrangement of electronic doors in the space of the sanctuary.
The service likewise sent off a site for booking sanctuary tickets through the web.
Khaled Sherif, the Assistant Minister of Tourism and Antiquities for Digital Transformation, said that the establishment of the electronic entryway framework in the Abu Simbel Temple region comes as a continuation of the task of the tagging framework and electronic doors that the service is wanting to apply in 32 archeological locales all through Egypt as a first stage inside the system of the service’s methodology for computerized change.
With respect to buying tickets through the web, Sherif said that this step will extraordinarily add to working with visits to the sanctuaries, particularly considering assumptions that an enormous number of Egyptian guests and vacationers will head Abu Simbel to observe the sun arrangement on Tuesday.
He made sense of that the e-tickets will help sort out and work with the development of the visit and keep away from any blockage that might happen before tagging outlets.
It ought to likewise be noticed that the service has made buying tickets online accessible for the National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation and the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir also in anticipation of making this element accessible to all destinations and galleries open for visits during the approaching time frame.
The electronic doors framework was additionally carried out in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation, the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, Salah El-Din Citadel in Cairo, the Giza Pyramids region, Hurghada Museum, and Sharm El-Sheik Museum.