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Holiday Guide

[Folk scenery tour] Explore the ancient

2019-11-14

Route Overview: Baihe Town (Pingan Inn, Shunxin Inn and 51 Soldier Station, etc. 2h) - Jixiang Food Inn (1 hour) - East Coast Trestle (1 hour) - Liuhu Shayue (2 hours) - Luowan Bird Watching (1 hour).


Recommended: Ancient Charm Town, connecting the modern and artistic trestle, strolling the beach, and resting area of moving birds. The landscape is not monotonous and eye-catching. The white wall and dark green tile, the Baihe town in the pictures gives you a strong ancient charm of south of Yangtze River. There are also rapid sand-skiing in the beach park, you can walk on the beach barefoot, play sand with friends, and explore the ancient folk scenery together.


Entertainment Guide:

Morning: Experience folk culture in Baihe Town, wooden windows and white walls, carrying the ancient charm of the south Yangtze River; the flowers in front of the court are red and the willow are green, and the unique style of the town is presented in front of you. Baihe Town is a permanent venue for the selection of Changde gourmet snacks, as well as Changde's famous cultural base.

 


Food Guide: Lunch is recommended in The Jixiang Inn recommended (Tel: 0736—7223777). It’s is located in the Baihe Town. It has a great cultural atmosphere and authentic farmhouse dishes, and you can taste the original flavor of food here.




Afternoon:

Let’s drive to the East Bank Trestle Bridge after lunch to experience the charm of the bridge, you can slow down to enjoy the speed, and you can also park in the Zhanqiao parking lot to go to the Suzaku Square to experience it in close distance, then you can come to Liuhu Shayue to play sand, which is a best relaxation for you. Finally, let’s come to Luowan wetland to watch birds.


East Bank Trestle

With a length of 2,100 meters and a width of 23 meters, the bridge is a special bridge for tourism in the mountains and waters. It is also the largest landscape bridge in China. “Connect mountain and water together” is the design philosophy behind it. Overlooking the sky, this exquisite "East Bank Trestle" is like a keel with a body length of several thousand feet, making this "city in the sea" seem to have the soul of the dragon.


 


Liuhu Shayue

It is the largest beach park in China, and all of the sand is transported by air from coastal cities such as Guangxi and Fujian. You can skate here, walk barefoot, play sand with friends... meet all your expectations for the sun and the beach.

Sand dance


Sand boarding


Beach Volleyball


nail Bay Bird Watching

The traditional garden and eco-tourism resorts are organically combined to maximize the creation and strengthening of the hydrophilic environment, providing visitors with a playful and hydrophilic recreation space. Increase the richness of lake leisure contracts, and create the landscape features of “the integration of lakes and mountains, the contrast of cities and lakes, and the integration of mountains and lakes”.



Traffic Guides:

1. Different location - Baihe Town: Baihe Town, Wanjin Road, Liuye Lake Tourist Resort, Changde City, Hunan Province

Self-driving: Ziyuan Road passes through Wucha - Liuye Lake Bridge - turn right after crossing the bridge; bus: take the Y26 road tourist line;

2, Baihe Town - East Bank Trestle - Liuhu Shayue: Recommended by car or take the Y26 road tour line;

3, Liuhu Shayue - Luowan bird watching: recommended by car or scenic bicycle; take the Y26 road tour line;

Y26 Travel Line Details: Changde River Street - Happy Water World, via River Street Pier, Changde Electric Power Bureau, Changde Daily News, Catholic Church, Liuye Lake Visitor Service Center, Liuye Sail, Datang Sima, Zhantian Lake Parking Field, Liuye Lake Fishing Center, Cheyin bookstore, Luowan Bird Watching, Baijiayuan Manor, Liuyue Camp, Beach Park, East Coast Zhanqiao Parking Lot and other sites.

Travel equipment:

1, clothing: casual clothes, jackets, sun hats

2, tools: backpack, kettle, sunglasses, mobile phone, camera, spare battery

3, daily use: sunscreen, personal documents"