Changsha boasts civilized traveling
On April 29, 30 students from Class 1509 in Changjun High School kept shared bikes in order and advocated civilization in Orange Island Scenic Spot. [Photo by Yu Shaojie]
“Excuse me, where is the tourist coach?” “You could walk along this way for about 200 meters to take a tourist coach.” Consultancy Center of Lushan Scenic Spot, located in front of Aiwan Pavilion on Yuelu Mountain, was thronged with tourists for information during the second day of May Day holiday. Reportedly, college student volunteers, expert consultants and all staff have worked together to promote civilization and provide consultancy service for tourists, in order to create a neat and secure environment in the scenic spot.
To promote civilized traveling, Lushan Scenic Spot employs various reminders and repeatedly displays related videos on electronic screens. Besides, it is reported that Huaminglou Scenic Spot has recruited volunteers and instructors to provide tourists with multiple services, including travel consultancy, instruction, civilized traveling publicity and guidance. “Please take care of your belongings.” In former residence of Liu Shaoqi in Ningxiang, which was crowded with people on April 29, a volunteer named Xiaofan is not only responsible for keeping tourists in order, but also has to remind them about what they need to pay attention to almost every half an hour.
In addition, it is necessary to maintain a clean environment for tourists. Reportedly, Huaminglou and Orange Island Scenic Spots have worked out solutions to toilet problems and worked out emergency plans before May Day. Subsequently, all toilets have been maintained by workers to ensure that tourists can enjoy themselves in scenic spots.
By Lin Chunyou
Source: Changsha Evening News