China: Wujiang District displays its culture, scenery to lure more tourists

 Monday, March 27, 2023 


Suzhou’s Wujiang District has announced springtime events ranging from flower appreciation to a silk culture festival. It intends to attract local visitors, reported.

Jiangsu Province is part of the Yangtze River Delta Ecology and Greenery Integration Demonstration Zone.

Among these, Beilian Village in Tongli Town is the ideal location to admire the golden carpet of canola flowers, since the festival began over the weekend, complete with folk culture and band performances, as well as a flower bazaar. The festival will run through April 16.

The Lili Pear Blossom Festival, which includes music, cinema, frisbee, and yoga activities, has begun in Lili Ancient Town.

The 2023 Wujiang Silk Culture and Tourism Festival will take place in April and May, allowing visitors to learn about China’s historic silk culture and techniques, while the Wangong Dyke Music Season will last through May 31. The dike is located in the eastern part of Taihu Lake.

On Friday, the Wujiang District Culture, Sports, Radio and Television, and Tourism Bureau issued an invitation to Shanghai residents for the 2023 Wujiang spring tourism season.

At Xuhui District, a market with stalls selling cuisines and intangible cultural heritage goods from Wujiang was organised.

At the ceremony, the Yangtze River Delta Ecology and Greenery Integration Demonstration Zone tourism cooperation agreement was released. The agreement calls for Shanghai’s suburban Qingpu District, Wujiang District, and Jiashan County in Zhejiang Province to work together to promote the zone’s high-quality tourism growth.

Tongli, Zhengze, and Lili historical towns, Tongli National Wetland Park, and Yuantong Temple are among the many attractions in Wujiang.

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