Netizens select 10 most popular scenic spots around Shanghai World Expo

17:02, May 27, 2010      

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The results of online voting for the top 10 most popular scenic spots around the Shanghai World Expo were announced in Shanghai on May 25. The activity was initiated and organized by, China's largest e-commerce Web site selling tickets to scenic spots.

The 10 most popular scenic spots are Huangshan Mountain, Shanghai Happy Valley, Jin Mao Tower, Zhouzhuang Village in Jiangsu, West Lake in Hangzhou, Slender West Lake in Yangzhou, Shajiabang in Changshu, Fuchun River in Zhejiang (Yan Ziling Fishing Terrace), the Grand Buddha at Ling Shan Mountain and Shanjuan Cave in Wuxi.

This selection received a total of 1.5 million online votes and the top 10 was selected by netizens from nearly 100 popular scenic spots, providing a barometer for tours in areas around the Shanghai World Expo.

On May 25, 20 scenic spots in the Yangtze River Delta and announced that they will jointly launch free vouchers for tours in the areas around the Shanghai World Expo. According to sources, the organization party will give out the free vouchers during the Expo to visitors from home and abroad. The vouchers will be valid between May 25 and Oct. 30.

By People's Daily Online

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