Nanning in South China to Expand Night-Time Economy with Consolidated Night-time Consumption Zones
After renovation, the banks of the Yongjiang River, a section of a tributary of the mainstream of the Pearl River, become a popular place to enjoy the night views, including the brightly lit Crossing Bridge, a 3D light show on the tall buildings along the river, and dazzling tourist boats.
During the summer holidays, parents and students from near and far usually flock to Nanning to see the old folk houses, arcades, the temple of the city god, hollow windows and memorial arcades, which can all be spotted in the three streets and two lanes of historic conservation block in Nanning.
The block, a miniature of more than 1,000 years of Nanning history, has been a unique new landmark of the city and seven scenic spots in the block such as the China the Deng Yingchao theater and memorial are currently open to the public.
Not far from the block is Zhongshan Road Food Street, a landmark for traditional Nanning cuisine where there are escargo stalls and shops.t, roast fish and local rice noodles are often crowded with tourists.
Elsewhere in the Uptown block, another demonstration block of Nanning’s nocturnal economy, the workshops of the old silk mills are renovated and partially reserved to give birth to a traveling block made up of creative parks, exhibits for the performing arts. , thematic cinemas, art hotels, music bars, creative grocery store and characteristic restaurants.
Next to the Yongjiang River, the city’s “green lung” – Qingxiu Mountain is also lit by its booming nighttime economy. Travelers can also experience the cultures of ASEAN countries at Fantawild Asian Legend, a high-tech theme park in Nanning.
All of these are part of the city’s planned nighttime economy demonstration programs, and by 2022, Nanning is committing to complete construction of 10 of these programs to further propel its nighttime economy.
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SOURCE Xinhua Silk Road