Published on : Wednesday, January 22, 2020
However, it wants to safeguard its natural beauty by providing a sustainable future to the region, embracing an all green surroundings including eco-tourism.
Head to the Yalong Bay mountain area and you can be at one with nature.
Thick and rich rainforests with exotic trees and plants in it, it is also the home of mammals and bird species to flaunt about the region. Here you can find the Bird’s Nest Resort, a green-minded hotel, with lodges perched on the hillside, becomes the best place to stay at your own luxury treehouse.
“Our resort strives to integrate with the environment, from construction to functional use. We hope that every visitor can be close to nature, far away from the noise of the city,” Jundan Huang, Manager, Engineering Dept, Yalong Bay Earthly Paradise Birds Nest Resort told Euronews.
“There are many environmental protection measures in our resort, such as a pump that uses air to heat water, solar energy and a rainwater and sewage recycling system.”
“We encourage every guest who comes to our resort, to protect the environment and not to use non-degradable materials.”
The Bird’s Nest is particularly popular with tourists who are nature aficionados.
“I like such amazing views, I like to be in the fresh air. This is wonderful,” says Aigul Sadreeva, a tourist from Kazan.
“I think it is, of course, important to protect all the nature and I think everyone should do it because it is our future, it is our life.”
The Birds Nest is not alone in this eco-friendly mission. When it opens in Sanya in January 2020, the ‘1 Hotel’ will have sustainability at its heart. It even has a farm, offering organic fruit and vegetables.
Protecting the natural beauty of the city
As Sanya is keen on attracting more tourists from abroad, it’s working to slash waste, recycle more and is going electric with its transport.
In the coming years, all buses will run in electricity, with more than 600 already taking to the city’s roads.
Also, the Sanya River National Wetland Park is at present being created as a haven of tranquility for visitors, with environmental benefits too.