Wuzhizhou Island
Many scenic spots in Hainan are offering a series of great enticements for tourists in celebration of the 2014 China Tourism Day – May 19.

Public museums, memorial halls, patriotic education bases and stadiums across the province are on the list of public places that will be open to the public for free on that day.

On June 1st, Hainan residents will enjoy free entry to the Yanoda Tourism Cultural Zone. In addition, they can get half-price tickets to the BFA Permanent Venue Scenery Area from May 19th to September 30th.

From May 17th to 19th, visitors who take public transportation to Binglanggu Valley in Baoting County will enjoy half-price tickets to the scenic spot.

Other scenic spots, including Wuzhizhou Island and Jiangfengling National Forest Park also announced 50% discounts on admission fees for all visitors on that day.

In 2011, the State Council declared May 19 as China Tourism Day. The reason to establish the national tourism day was to promote tourism, as China has now entered a period of mass tourism, and to help support tourism initiatives throughout the country.

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