Xiaoyangkou promotes hot springs in Nantong
An aerial view of Xiaoyangkou tourist site in Rudong county, Nantong, Jiangsu province [Photo/IC]
Xiaoyangkou tourist site in Rudong county promoted its hot springs in downtown Nantong city, Jiangsu province on April 15.
Representatives from more than 30 media organizations and 20 tourism companies participated in the promotional event.
Xiaoyangkou, a tourist site facing the southernmost part of the Yellow Sea, is known for its rich intertidal mud flats extending 250 kilometers, as well as its abundant hot springs. It is the top provincial attraction in Nantong.
Xu Xueqiu, an engineer from the Geological Survey of Jiangsu Province, and Gong Yulie, a director at the Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion under the Chinese Academy of Sciences, recounted the development of the hot springs in Xiaoyangkou.
It was announced at the event that Xiaoyangkou has launched a series of preferential policies to be implemented from June to October to attract visitors to the hot springs.
During the promotional period, the site plans to invite 30 households to enjoy the hot springs for free. For more information, please check out the official WeChat account of the Xiaoyangkou tourist site.