Harbin Sunac Land offers free access to tourists
Updated : 2019-08-08
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
Tourists will get free access to tourist magnet Harbin Sunac Land starting Aug 10, according to a press conference held in Harbin, Heilongjiang province, on Aug 6.
The outdoor wonderland -- part of the Sunac Tourism and Culture City project -- covers an area of 400,000 square meters and features Northeast China’s fishing and hunting culture.
It has 29 large recreation facilities, 21 restaurants and 13 fine goods stores. More than 40 indoor and outdoor performances and 16 interactive activities are also on offer to tourists.
The free access measure was launched to respond to moves made nationally to strengthen initiatives to support the upgrades in tourism spending and demand.
It cancels the uniform entrance ticket to the wonderland, and tourists who want to try recreation facilities can purchase single-facility tickets.
Meanwhile, 20 free services and entertainment projects in the wonderland are offered to lure tourists.
In addition, 4,000 parking lots neighboring the Sunac Tourism and Culture City have been established for self-driving tour tourists. Tourists parking in the Sunac Shopping Mall will enjoy an eight-hour free service.
A press conference on Harbin Sunac Wonderland’s free entrance initiative is held in Harbin, in Heilongjiang province, on Aug 6. [Photo provided to China Daily]
A float parade is staged in Harbin Sunac Wonderland. [Photo provided to China Daily]
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