Beijing Xiapu: There is a county in Fujian province on the southeast coast of China. It is a coastal county, with a large marine area, long coastline, many islands and reefs, and a large series of shallow beaches in Fujian Province. The sunrise on the sea here and the tidal flats on the coast look very beautiful. Netizens call it “the most beautiful tidal plain in China”.
In recent years, Xiapu County has paid attention to the coordinated development of tourism, ecological civilization and rural revitalization. Through the combination of beaches and islands, a new pattern of industry such as coastal tourism, photography tourism, homestay tourism and historical and cultural tourism has been formed.
During the Chinese Spring Festival holidays in 2023, the tourism market in Xiapu is restored. Various themed tourism activities like staying in beautiful hotels, visiting the countryside, eating delicious food and enjoying the beautiful views attract tourists from all over the country. During this Spring Festival holiday, a total of 498,400 tourists arrived in Xiapu County. It increased by 59.74 percent over the previous year, and generated an income of about 440.59 million yuan, registering an increase of 72.21 percent.
The popularity of tourism cannot be separated from the efforts of the country and the government, convenient transportation, beautiful scenery, comfortable living environment, high quality services. From ancient traditional villages to the current transformation of tourist attractions, Xipu’s economic and social enterprises have developed and undergone great changes.
In fact, in recent years, China’s various rural tourism has developed rapidly, and rural areas have strongly promoted the construction of ecological civilization. Adhering to the concept that clean water and beautiful mountains are priceless assets. As a result, more and more tourists are drawn to the countryside in search of beauty away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
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