10 Huzhou scenic spots included in 'Shining Pearls' campaign | Updated: Jan 7, 2021


Nanxun Ancient Town, which has a history of more than 700 years, is a national 5A national scenic spot in Huzhou, East China's Zhejiang province. [Photo/WeChat account:huzhoufabu]

A total of 10 scenic spots from Huzhou were recently included in the "Shining Pearls" campaign launched by Zhejiang province. 

Zhejiang is set to give priority to the development of 60 scenic attractions within its jurisdiction, building them into "shinning pearls" by 2022, according to a plan released by the provincial government.

By 2022, it aims to increase the added value of the tourism sector to 580 billion yuan and attract 860 million visitors, including five million visitors from overseas.

The scenic spots from Huzhou that have been included in the campaign are: Nanxun Ancient Town, Xinshi Ancient Town, Digang village in Nanxun district, Bamboo Park in Yuncun village, Mogan Mountain, Anji Ancient City National Archaeological Site Park, Datang Tribute Tea Culture Tourism Resort, Xiazhu Lake, as well as the Lougang Irrigation and Drainage System of Taihu Lake Basin.