Hainan builds single bus track in Red Canyon Scenic Area of Mt. Wuzhi
Zhuzhou CRS Special Equipment Technology Co., Ltd. of China South Locomotive and Rolling Stock Corporation Limited (briefly as CRS) and Mt. Wuzhi Central Tourism Investment Company officially signed an agreement in single-rail sightseeing buses recently.
It is reported that with the total investment of ￥200,000,000, the single-rail sightseeing bus is one of the key projects in Red Canyon Scenic Area of Mt. Wuzhi. With the planned area of about 3,000 acres, the scenic area is invested with ￥2,000,000,000 according to the scheme. The development duration for the core area of the project is 6-8 years and the Phase I construction for the project will take 2-3 years. It will be a large modern comprehensive culture & ecological tourism development area with the main projects including supporting facilities of the scenic area, tropical rainforest single-rail sightseeing buses, tropical rainforest sightseeing plank road, Red Canyon drift, 5D cinema, Tianjie Siguan exhibition, quality development area, grass skiing in hilly area, water slide and supporting facilities, hot spring hotel, tropical rainforest mountain-area villas and health preservation & leisure clubs.
The construction for the Red Canyon Scenic Area of Mt. Wuzhi will be commenced in 2012. About ￥70,000,000 investment in accumulation has been made so far. The project has been listed as a key one in 2012 by Hainan Province. After completion, it will offer more abundant tourism products and improve the level of the tourism products in Mt. Wuzhi City. In addition the tourists are able to enjoy the distinctive customs in central part of Hainan Province through the itineraries concerning tropical rainforest single-rail sightseeing buses, canyon drift, grass skiing, water slide, cultural attractions and health preservation & leisure.
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