After several days' rainfall and drop in temperature, the national forest park of Tianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie has been transformed into a dreamlike destination with clouds and icy rime.
Zhangjiajie in Central China's Hunan province has issued an action plan for tourism recovery on Feb 18, devising 30 measures to boost confidence in the tourism industry and promote the market's recovery.
Zhangjiajie, a well-known tourist city in northwestern Hunan province, issued a circular on Friday banning the trade and consumption of the Chinese giant salamander, a species on the national second-class protection list and Appendix I in the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, according to a report from Rednet
Tianzishan Scenic Area of Zhangjiajie, Central China’s Hunan province, welcomes the first rime of the year. With clouds shrouding the mountains, the rime and ice turn the area into a wonderland.
As Spring Festival approaches, colorful and elaborate oil-paper umbrellas are arranged to decorate the Xingqiao Sakura Garden, Gongba County, Daoxian County. The intensive festive atmosphere attracts many tourists.
The “Greeting Spring Festival and Lantern Festival in Zhangjiajie” 2020 Zhangjiajie Lantern Show inauguration ceremony and the Tujia Grand Banquet serial activities were held at the Tujia Customs Park in Yongding District. Tourists and locals wore red scarves, and wrote their New Year wishes on blessings-praying papers.