Guizhou Ups Tourism Offerings with Better Technology & Transportation

Located in southwest China, Guizhou province is home to the stunning Huangguoshu Waterfall and Fanjing Mountain, as well as other awe-inspiring natural and cultural offerings. However, it is still a lesser visited area of China. With the goal of bringing more visitors to their region, the Guizhou tourism administration is launching smart technology systems to help them understand what visitors want to see, as well as to help share the scenic spots and key places throughout Guizhou with visitors in an easy and accessible way. Social media and online channels will provide tourists with information on tour routes, shopping discounts, and other tourism information to make visiting even easier.

In addition to this mobile media, transport within Guizhou is being ramped up with the addition of a free tour bus that travels between Guiyang (the capital of Guizhou province) and Xingyi (an area known for its thousands of mountains). Tourists who buy entrance tickets to the scenic spots of Wanfenglin, Malinghe Gorge and Shuangrufeng Peak through CITS will be able to take the free bus between these spots.

Yuangyang Hani Rice Terrace

Back to China News >

China in the News Archive >

News

  • 02/23/2015 China’s Silk Road – by Water...Read More
  • 02/23/2015 Shangri-La Unveils Luxury Property in Historic Nanchang City...Read More
  • 02/23/2015 Forbes: Chinese New Year Compared to American Thanksgiving...Read More
  • 02/23/2015 GX Airlines Launches in China...Read More
  • 02/16/2015 China’s 2014 Tourism Revenue Hits 551 Billion U.S. Dollars...Read More
  • 02/16/2015 China Properties Added to Exclusive Forbes Travel Guide 5-Star Hotel & Spa Lists...Read More
  • 02/16/2015 American Airlines to Operate New 787 Dreamliners to Beijing...Read More
  • 02/12/2015 Wuhan to Join Chinese Cities with 72-hour Visa-free Transit Policy...Read More
  • 02/12/2015 Palace Museum Announces New Exhibits + Limits Overcrowding...Read More
  • 02/12/2015 New York Times Lists Shanghai & Chengdu in “Places to Go in 2015”...Read More