A total of 6.1 million domestic and overseas tourists visited central China’s Hubei Province during the three-day New Year holiday. The gross tourism income reached 2.539 billion Yuan (409.2 million U.S. dollars).
Photo 1-3: Visitors spent quality time with families in Zhongshan Park in Wuhan, capital of central China’s Hubei Province. (photo by Wei Lai)
Photo 4-5: Hubu Lane, a famous snack street in Wuhan, was packed with visitors during the New Year holiday. (photo by Zhang Peng & Li Hui)
Photo 6: A group of youngsters was having fun alongside the Yangtze River. (photo by Xiao Hao)
Photo 7: The wintersweet blossomed in the Plum Garden of Wuhan East Lake Scenic Area. (photo by Xu Wei & Deng Jie)
Photo 8: Wuhan’s three major railway stations had witnessed travel peak since the afternoon of Dec.31, 2014. Most of the passengers travelled for the purposes of family reunion and tourism. The passenger flow of Wuhan subway surged to 1.38 million on Dec.31, breaking the record set on Christmas Eve. (photo by Li Hui)
Photo 9: A group of foreign tourists were taking a selfie on Han Street on January 2, 2015.
Photo 10: A citizen was taking a photo of Han Show, which reads “Happy New Year, 2015”. (Photo by Liu Weidan)