Grand opening for the second phase project of Binglanggu Valley was held on January 19th, 2014.
Fans of Taiwan’s culture, food and handicrafts can find them in their original form at Binglanggu Valley in Baoting County as its second phase project has come into service on January 19th, 2014.
Fans of Taiwan’s culture, food and handicrafts can find them in their original form at Binglanggu Valley in Baoting County.
The second phase project is an important part of the model base for Taiwan-Hainan cross-straits exchange, which boasts a hall of 320 square meters for Taiwan folk culture and a hall of 220 square meters for food and handicrafts.
Since its opening in 1998, the Binglanggu Valley has shifted from an ordinary Li and Miao village area into one of the popular tourist attractions in Sanya.
Besides, Binglanggu Valley has consistently upgraded itself with the improvement of an ecological parking lot, expansion of its tourism-oriented road and improved landscaping to provide high quality travel products and services to tourists.
SOURCE: WOS Team
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