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Prices dip for mountain hikes and hot spas

Travel costs at most Chinese scenic spots declined as winter matured. Well-known mountain resorts, including Mt. Huangshan, Mt. Lushan, Mt.Emei and Mt. Jiuhua, introduced promotional products offering exceptionally low prices for early December.
 
Winter scenery at Mt. Huangshan. [Photo:China.org.cn]



Sceneries at Mt. Huangshan are believed to be at their best in winter with snow-capped mountain peaks shrouded in seas of clouds and steaming hot springs to dip into. Prices posted on Ctrip, China's largest online tour operator, shows that from December 1st, 2010 to February 28, 2011, entrance tickets to Mt. Huangshan is 150 yuan, a 35 percent drop from its regular price.

At Mt, Lushan in east China's Jiangxi province, a free entrance will be offered to tourists in January 2011.

Travel agencies also reduced their prices for tour packages to these mountain resorts in response to the promotions.

According to tour operators, winter travelers are mainly young people who want to avoid crowds of tourists.
 
Source: china.org.cn
 
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