Changsha Baxi Isle Eco-tourism Scenic Area Reopens
The photo, taken on November 5, shows people enjoy the scenery at the Baxi Isle Eco-tourism Scenic Area in Changsha. When the Xiangjiang River flood peak arrived in July, this scenic area was more than half submerged and covered with silt and garbage. After more than 3 months of restoration work, the roads and tourist sights have taken on a new look. It has recently been reopened to the public.
Beautiful Autumn Scenery at Hunan Martyrs Park
The photo, taken on November 4, shows the beautiful autumn scenery at the Hunan Martyrs Park. As the temperature gradually falls, the leaves of gingko trees turn yellow and those of maple trees turn red in Changsha city proper, showing a charming colorful scene.
Ecological Restoration Project Underway at Yanghu Wetland...
The photo, taken on November 1, shows staff install floating beds for aquatic plants at the Yanghu Wetland Park in Changsha. These floating beds will be planted with floating plants with strong ability to improve water quality, such as water pennywort, parrot feather, and tape-grass, to promote the decomposition of organic matter in the water by microorganisms.
In Pics: Beautiful Autumn Scenery Along Xiangjiang River
The photos show pink herb flowers are in full bloom, spreading out like a carpet on the beach of Xiangjiang River in Changsha. They exist side by side harmoniously with white reed catkins, creating a beautiful autumn scene.
Changsha Pozi Street to Be Upgraded
The photo, taken on October 23, shows the external wall renovation and upgrades along Pozi Street is ongoing. The recent renovation and upgrades project at Pozi Street involves the pavement, shops’ external walls, sidewalks, and underground pipe network. After completion, the street will be more neat and smooth. It will facilitate the quality when exploring this time-honored street’s history and culture, and promote its commercial atmosphere.
Orange Isle Launches E-ticketing System for Sightseeing V...
Recently, the Changsha Orange Isle Scenic Area collaborated with Hunan Longxiang Bus Limited Liability Corporation to launch an e-ticketing system for its electric sightseeing vehicles. Tourists can scan a QR code to buy tickets.