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  • Locomotive Cultural Park: Ideal Place for Taking Photos

    [2019.10.08]

    The photo, taken on October 6, shows residents and tourists taking photos near an old locomotive at the Locomotive Cultural Park on Xiangjiang Middle Road in Changsha. After more than a year of construction, the park was opened to the public before the National Day. It became an ideal place for tourists during the National Day holiday.

  • Hunan’s Tourism Booming During National Day Holiday

    [2019.10.06]

    The Hunan Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism announced on October 5 that Hunan’s tourism has been booming in the first four days of the week-long National Day holiday. A total of 7.915 million tourist trips were made in Hunan’s 125 provincially-monitored scenic spots, making a revenue of 523 million CNY, up 14.0% and 11.1% respectively year on year.

  • Happy National Day Holiday

    [2019.10.04]

    On October 2, crowds of tourists visited the Orange Isle Scenic Spot in Changsha City. During the National Day holiday, the parks and scenic spots in Changsha are jammed with throngs of people, presenting a festive atmosphere full of joy and peace.

  • Changsha’s First RV Camping Base Attracts Numerous Visitors

    [2019.10.04]

    During the National Day holiday, the so-called Golden Week, the playful Changsha people are always able to “play a new name”. On October 3, it was learned from Edan Caravan Moon Island RV (recreational vehicle) Camping Base, the first caravan camp in Changsha, that since the base was opened on September 30, it has attracted nearly 10,000 people to visit.

  • Mount Yuelu

    [2019.09.29]

    As an extended part of the mysterious Mount Hengshan range, Mount Yuelu covers a total area of 8 square kilometers with its highest peak 297 meters above sea level. There are also many peaks with exuberant trees and reclusive and precipitous mountain streams.

  • Hunan Art Museum

    [2019.09.29]

    Hunan Art Museum is located on the west bank of Xiangjiang River and at the foot of Yuelu Mountain. It is adjacent to Central South University and opposite to Orange Isle. The museum opens to the public on September 28, 2019.