Wenchang on Hainan Island, as the fourth space city in China, has a single coastal launch pad. In recent years, thanks to the advantages of aerospace resources, Wenchang has not only aerospace tourism, but also various aerospace industries.
Thanks to the development of the aerospace industry in the first half of 2019, Wenchang achieved a regional GDP of 13.721 billion yuan, an increase of 5.5% over the year, investment in fixed assets amounted to 10.58 billion yuan, and the rate ranks first in the rate of increase. Hainan Province.
The Wenchang Center for Aerospace Science is adjacent to the picturesque coastal launch site. Groups of tourists, led by staff, organize visits and get acquainted with the space tourism project.
Ma Xia, director of the Wenchang Center for Aerospace Research, introduced about 90 elementary school students from the Shanghai summer camp team. In addition to visiting the aerospace-related science museum, the children also visited the Coconut Kingdom of Wenchang and other attractions that were well received by students and parents.
There are still many opportunities for improvement in the construction of scenic spots. Tourism products must be constantly enriched, but the appeal of the Wenchang Aerospace brand is too great, and the number of tourists is increasing from year to year.
About 5 kilometers from the launch site, the Haosheng village, which is under the jurisdiction of the Lunhlou Hongai Village Committee, changed the face of the poor and backward fishing village in the past, becoming a famous village for aerospace science and technology.
Cai Feyang, a member of the Lunlow City Party Committee, said that under the influence of aerospace efficiency, local residents changed their careers and work on the spot. Today, Longlow has more than 900 stores, including 32 hotels and hotels that create more than 5,000 jobs. In the city appeared "Aerospace elementary school", "Aerospace market" and "Aerospace community." The annual disposable income per capita in Lunlow increased from 5,559 yuan in 2009 to 15,000 yuan in 2018, with an average annual growth rate of 13.2%.