156 A-class Tourist Attractions Reopen in Hunan

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Hunan speeds up resumption of tourism. The Hunan Culture and Tourism Department announced on March 23 that, as of March 22, 156 A-class tourist attractions around the province have reopened, accounting for 32.4% of the 482 in total.

During the third weekend of March, many scenic areas began to revive. Most restaurants, bars, B&B, and silver and embroidery shops in Fenghuang Ancient Town were open. The Nanyue Temple, Zhurong Hall, and some other indoor attractions in the Hengshan Mountain Scenic Area reopened on March 23. HB (Changsha) Film Town greeted visitors with brilliant performances.

Short-distance driving tours increased. Since the Zhushan B&B in Machong Township, Fenghuang County, reopened on March 8, a number of tourists checked in for a driving tour around Miao villages. Blooming canola flowers in Xiangyin County¡¯s Doumizui attracted self-driving travelers from Changsha and Yueyang. A hiking activity was launched in Xuefeng Mountain, Huaihua, on March 22.

The Ctrip Corporate Travel announced the top 10 hot tourist attractions based on ticket sales and page views. They are: Hunan Botanical Garden, Fenghuang Ancient Town, Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park, Macrolink Tongguan Kiln Ancient Town, Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, Changsha Window on the World, Changsha Ecological Zoo, Hengshan Mountian, Wulingyuan, and Yueyang Tower.

Translator: Pang Yuehui 

Chinese source: hunan.gov.cn