As the temperature drops the demand for hot springs tours heats up!
The nationwide drop in temperature has made hot springs a popular choice for travel with many bookings being made. Major travel agencies said that nearly 70% of tourists would choose to go to hot springs destinations. So far, in the range of Yangtze River Delta area, Tangshan Yishang Hot Spring Resort in Nanjing, Tianmu Lake Yushui Hot Spring and Dinosaur Valley Hot Spring in Changzhou are favored by tourists from Shanghai.
Between November and February is always the busy season for hot springs trips in China. Reservation statistics show that the proportion of post-90s, post-80s, Post-70s and post-60s’ bookings is 22%, 25%, 19% and 26% respectively, and the main travelers are senior citizens and white-collar professionals.
Which city loves hot springs best? According to the number of bookings in each city, Shanghai, Beijing and Nanjing are the top three hot springs lovers.
Where do Shanghai citizens like to go for a soothing hot springs trip? According to statistics, it’s East China, where hot springs spots can be found in Nanjing, Suzhou, Anji, Hangzhou and Wuxi. The most popular ones are the Tianmu Lake Yushui Hot Spring, Tangshan Yishang Hot Spring and Changzhou Dinosaur Valley Hot Spring.