Tianzhushan Is Awarded As 2014 the Best Natural Landscape in China

Recently, China Traveler Conference was held in Lijiang, Yunnan province. Through the conference evaluation, Tianzhushan scenic area was awarded as one of ten 2014 Best Natural Landscapes in China.

China Traveler Conference was sponsored by Ctrip website,and it has been held 5 times since 2009. It is the only national large-scale tourist destination evaluation activity voted by net friends, with great objectivity and authority, which plays an active promotion role in enlarging net tourism and upgrading tourism brand influence.

With the development of internet and mobile internet, online travel agency has become a main channel for tourist sources, the experience and evaluation of tourists has become an important ruler to check the attraction of a tourism destination and service level. The annual evaluation of Ctrip website not only reflects the assessment of net friends to tourism destinations, but also provides reference for travelers.

Tianzhushan Attends the 2nd Huangshan Dialogue on UNESCO Sites and Sustainable Development
Pubdate:9/20/2016 TuesdayCategory:Geopark News

From Sep. 12 to Sep. 15, the 2nd Huangshan Dialogue on UNESCO Sites and Sustainable Development, organized by the HIST Category 2 centre under the auspices of UNESCO and the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and supported by the Mount Huangshan Administrative Committee, was held in Huangshan. More than 150 experts from 30 countries covering the world heritage sites, biosphere reserves and UNESCO Global Geoparks attended the dialogue, including a representative of Tianzhushan.

The dialogue released Huangshan Declaration, which says more than 1800 UNESCO designated sites around the world --- World Heritage Sites, biosphere reserves and Global Geoparks are impacted by climate change, and can play a significant role in understanding, adapting to and mitigating these impacts.

Dr. Marielza Oliveira, Director of the UNESCO Beijing Office, noted that UNESCO designated sites are demonstration sites for sustainability in action, showing how safeguarding of natural and cultural heritage takes place in practice, supported by sustainable local development, education and research.

More than 150 participants including 46 experts from countries around the world discussed exchange, cooperation and new initiatives that link UNESCO designated sites to strengthen the global understanding of climate change.

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