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China's first SEGA Republic to be built in Haicang District

Updated: 2014-11-28
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The district government of Haicang is planning to forge a three-hour tourism economy circle to draw more tourists to the district
   
According to data released, Haicang District of Xiamen received 5,462,800 visitors from January to October this year, an increase of 63.67% year on year, achieving tourism revenue of 4.521 billion yuan, showing year-on-year growth of 31.85%. 

The district government is planning to forge a three-hour tourism economy circle to draw more tourists to the district. 
 
Haicang has the resources especially to develop ecological tourism, religious culture tourism, health care tourism and coastal tourism. It is now home to Tianzhu Mountain eco-tourism resort, Ciji Temple, Shishi Temple, Riyuegu Hotsprings Resort, Orient (Xiamen) Golf & Country Club, Haicang Bay Park, Taiwanese Charm Street and a public bike sharing system. 
 
Under Haicang Bridge, a new wharf for public tourism and yacht tourism development will be established. Two main function areas will be set up including a yacht industry area and coastal tourism area, with about 1,000 berths for yachts. A planned yacht fair will be held annually in the area and China’s first SEGA Republic, which is a famous indoor theme park and now only available in Tokyo and Dubai, will be built in the area. 
 
After the opening of the new timetable for the Xiamen-Gulangyu ferry boats, Haicang District has welcomed nearly one third of the daily passengers who have visitied Gulangyu Island. It takes about 8 minutes from Songyu Wharf in Haicang District to Neicuohao Wharf on Gulangyu Island. 
 
The district government is planning a tourism distribution center near the Songyu Wharf and planning to build docking stations for public bikes and sightseeing buses along Haicang Avenue for tourists.
   
SOURCE: WOX Team
 
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