Sanya tourism revenue hits RMB1.94b during 2011 CNY Golden Week
Tourists crowd the Nanshan Buddhism Cultural Tourism Zone in Sanya, south China’s Hainan Province, Feb. 4, 2011.
Tourists play on the seashore in Sanya, south China’s Hainan Province, Feb. 4, 2011.
Sanya received 428,500 tourists during the 2011 Spring Festival holiday, or Golden Week, a growth of 4.44% over last year. The average hotel occupancy rate reached 83.92%, reports news.hainan.net.
The total tourism revenue was RMB1.949 billion, dropped 9.6% compared with that of last year.
7 major scenic spots in Sanya, including Tianyahaijiao (The End of the Earth), Nanshan Buddhism Cultural Tourism Zone, West Island (Xi Dao), Yalong Bay, Wuzhizhou Island and Yalong Bay Tropical Paradise Forest Park, received a total of 541,110 tourists, up 15.94% compared to the same period of last year.
About 180,000 tourists visited Nanshan Buddhism Cultural Tourism Zone during this year’s CNY Golden Week, and 70,000 tourists visited Yalong Bay Tropical Paradise Forest Park, which has become increasingly popular thanks to Feng Xiaogang’s movie “If You Are The One 2”. The amazing Yalong Bay Tropical Paradise Forest Park attracts moviegoers much more than the story itself.
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