Binglanggu Valley in Hainan expected to be national 5A scenic spot
The China National Tourism Administration recently released the normination list of fifteen 5A scenic spots nationwide and Binglanggu Valley in Hainan was named among the list.
Binglanggu Valley has been dedicated to preserving Hainan’s ethnic minority folk traditions and cultures since its opening in 1998. Li and Miao intangible cultural heritage protection items such as “Making Fire by Rubbing Sticks”, “Brocade of Li Ethnic Group”, “Quilts made from Tree bark” and “Traditional Bamboo Musical Instruments” have been carried forward in preservation at the scenic spot.
Li and Miao intangible cultural heritage protection items such as “Brocade of Li Ethnic Group” and “Traditional Bamboo Musical Instruments” have been carried forward in well preservation at the scenic spot.
After years’ of reconstruction and large amounts of investment, the Binglanggu Valley has shifted from an ordinary Li and Miao village area into one of the more popular tourist attractions in Hainan. In order to attract more tourists, Binglanggu Valley is making efforts to build itself into a national 5A-level scenic spot, combining leisure, sightseeing, festivals, exhibitions and entertainment.
Currently, there are a total of four 5A scenic spots in Hainan, namely, Nanshan Cultural Tourism Zone (三亚南山文化旅游区), Dongtian Park (三亚大小洞天文化旅游区), Yanoda Rainforest Cultural Tourism Zone (海南呀诺达雨林文化旅游区) and Boundary Island (陵水分界洲岛旅游区).