Robinson R44 helicopter took off from Sanya Bay on July 8.
 
Sanya officially kicked off low-flying helicopter sightseeing tourism in the city. 
 
With the red four-seater Robinson R44 light helicopter’s take-off from Sanya Bay on July 8, Sanya officially kicked off low-flying helicopter sightseeing tourism in the city, which breathes fresh life into Sanya’s marine tourism.

Aside from low-flying helicopter sightseeing tourism, Sanya will focus on 5 marine tourism products including cruise tourism, yacht tourism, island vacation tourism, marine sport tourism and marine cultural tourism, according to a Sanya marine tourism plan recently released by the local tourism authority.

As the only international tropical seashore tourist city in China, Sanya, the earliest city in China to develop its marine tourism, is striving to become a leader in the national marine tourism industry.

The Sanya government is planning to further promote the development of international cruise home-ports, yacht bases of international standard, Asia’s best marine sports base, the national low-flying tourism model base and marine education base.

  

SOURCE: WOS Team
 
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