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Tuesday, August 11 2020 - 20:50
Xinhua Silk Road: China Liuyang releases investor-inviting cultural tourism program to sharpen city image
BEIJING, Aug. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

China's fireworks hometown Liuyang, a city located in central China's Hunan 
province, has recently released an announcement to invite global investors for 
the Liuyang River cultural tourism program.

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Liuyang River is the only river in the province selected into the first batch 
of 17 demonstration lakes and rivers across China and has long been serving as 
the "business card" of Liuyang City.

The program is dedicated to building a world-class waterside cultural tourism 
belt along Liuyang River integrating fireworks-themed entertainment, old town 
culture experience tours and Liuyang River night trips and entertainment.

Covering about 140 hectares, the program is designed to launch a 13-kilometer 
cruise line and establish two cultural tourism districts along the Liuyang 
River, namely Guanlitai district and Puzigang district.

For Guanlitai district, it will be crafted into a modern district characterized 
by Liuyang firecrackers-centered tourism attractions such as firework shows, 
firework theaters and the future fireworks world. For Puzigang district, the 
retro style-positioned district intends to implant Liuyang River-related 
culture and intangible cultural heritage into the construction of the Liuyang 
River cultural creativeness park, an old town and the tourist service center.

The 13-km cruise line will develop Liuyang River night tours consisting of 
related waterway night trips, tourism docks and other infrastructure projects 
such as municipal-level roads construction and waterside scenery construction 
and improvement projects.

By far, a host of large centrally-administered enterprises, world top 500 
enterprises, China top 500 enterprises, top 500 private enterprises in China 
and top 10 culture and tourism developers and operators in the country have 
come to Liuyang City for negotiations about potential investment programs.

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SOURCE: Xinhua Silk Road Information Service