6 cities that are not suitable for tourism: they are all central cities, but there are no memorable attractions

time:2023-03-30 00:20:05 source:kilakilavilla.com author:Snow and ice
6 cities that are not suitable for tourism: they are all central cities, but there are no memorable attractions

Generally speaking, as long as a city is big enough, it should have many famous scenic spots or historic sites. For example, when we talk about Beijing, we will immediately think of the Forbidden City, the Ming Tombs, Tiananmen Square, Prince Gong's Mansion, the Temple of Heaven... When we talk about Wuhan, we will immediately think of the Yellow Crane Tower, East Lake, Red Building, Hubu Lane... When we talk about Lhasa, We will immediately think of the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Norbulingka, Barkhor Street... These big cities are all excellent tourist cities. However, there are also some cities that, despite their large populations and developed economies, really have nothing to do. Tourists go out to travel and rarely think of them. The following ten cities are such cities. Which one is the closest to your home?


Shijiazhuang is a low-key big city that is often overshadowed by the light of neighboring Beijing and Tianjin, but it is also It is indeed a powerful city. Shijiazhuang is the capital of Hebei Province and one of the central cities in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region. By the end of 2021, Shijiazhuang will have a resident population of 11.2 million and a regional GDP of about 650 billion. May I ask friends from other places, can you name a few attractions in Shijiazhuang? As Shijiazhuang City has 8 districts, 11 counties and 3 county-level cities, there are indeed some well-known scenic spots within the jurisdiction, such as Xibaipo Ruins, Zhengding Ancient City, Zhaozhou Bridge, etc. However, if you look carefully at the locations of these scenic spots, in addition to The ancient city of Zhengding is located in Zhengding County, which is separated by a river. If you have to list the attractions of Shijiazhuang, there are probably only forest parks, zoos, botanical gardens, and water parks. In addition, there are some modern high-rise buildings, such as Kaiyuan Global Center, Shijiazhuang TV Tower, Shijiazhuang Art Center, etc., which are barely considered attractions.


Urumqi is the capital of Xinjiang and the central city of Northwest China. , traffic center. In 2021, the resident population of Urumqi will reach 4.07 million, accounting for one-fifth of Xinjiang. Damei Xinjiang has many beautiful scenery, attracting groups of self-driving tourists. However, most people go to Yili and Altay. Does anyone go to Urumqi to play? Urumqi is indeed not a place famous for tourism. Almost everyone who travels to Tibet will go to Lhasa, but many people who visit Xinjiang do not enter Urumqi. There are many scenic spots around Urumqi. For example, Tianshan Grand Canyon and Tianshan Tianchi are two 5A-level scenic spots, which are 20 to 30 kilometers away from Urumqi. But if it is limited to the city, there are not many impressive sights in Urumqi. If the International Grand Bazaar is considered a scenic spot, this is the famous one. Outside the Grand Bazaar, there are only a few parks left. I think Urumqi is not as good as Kashgar and Yining if it is purely for fun.


Zhengzhou is the capital of Henan Province and one of the national central cities. By the end of 2021, Zhengzhou's population will be as high as 12.74 million, with a regional GDP of 1.27 trillion. Like Shijiazhuang, Zhengzhou is a big city that only developed in the past 100 years. Because the history is too short, it lacks enough cultural heritage, and there are no scenic spots and tourism resources. However, just looking at the name, Zhengzhou is a "national historical and cultural city" and one of the "six major sites". It seems that it should be a tourist city with many scenic spots, but in fact Zhengzhou does not even have a trump card scenic spot. Oh! Almost forgot, there is a Songshan Shaolin Temple in Zhengzhou, but it is actually located at the junction of Zhengzhou and Luoyang, far from Zhengzhou city, and this article only discusses the city itself. Personally, the most worthwhile attraction in Zhengzhou is the Henan Provincial Museum. As the core area of ​​the early Chinese civilization, Henan is a province of cultural relics, and the Henan Provincial Museum has many cultural relics and natural treasures. National treasures such as Jiahu bone flute and cloud pattern copper ban are all treasured here. As for other scenic spots, the ones I can think of are Zhengzhou Zoo, Beilong Lake Wetland Park, Erqi Memorial Tower, Fangte, etc. The features are there, but they are not must-see attractions.


Tianjin is one of the four municipalities directly under the Central Government in my country and the national central city. By the end of 2021, Tianjin's resident population will be as high as 13.73 million, with a regional GDP of 1.57 trillion. Beijing, which is also a municipality directly under the central government, has countless well-known scenic spots; and Tianjin, which is next door, can you think of any famous scenic spots in it? It is estimated that if you ask this question on the street, many people will be stunned: Are there any attractions in Tianjin? There are actually two 5A scenic spots in Tianjin. One is the hometown of Tianjin, which is an ancient cultural block. In fact, 99% of it was built later. It is free and open, focusing on ancient cultural customs and eating, drinking and entertainment. Another 5A scenic spot is Panshan Scenic Area, which is located on the northern edge of Tianjin's jurisdiction, quite far from downtown Tianjin, but actually closer to Beijing. As for other attractions in Tianjin, such as water parks, Tianta Lake, etc., it is difficult for foreign tourists to remember.


As a frontier city of reform and opening up, Shenzhen has developed into one of the largest cities in my country with a permanent population of more than 17 million ; Economically, it is the top city in China, with a regional GDP exceeding 3 trillion. I would like to ask: What are the famous scenic spots in Shenzhen? Speaking of tourist attractions, Shenzhen is sorry. Shenzhen's scenic spots, there are only some distinctive modern buildings and parks, surrounding mountain views, sea views, etc., of which well-known, I personally think that there is no one. In terms of historical sites, there is only one national key cultural relic protection unit in Shenzhen, that is, Dapeng City. This is a coastal defense station built in the Ming Dynasty. If I had to choose a trump card scenic spot in Shenzhen, I think it should be the "Window of the World", which is a park that displays scaled-down versions of global attractions, foreign cultures, and performances.


Shanghai is an amazing city! Looking around the world, it is also difficult to identify five larger and more prosperous cities. It is a municipality directly under the Central Government in China and a national central city. By the end of 2021, Shanghai's resident population will be as high as 24.89 million, and the regional GDP will be as high as 4.3 trillion. Regardless of population or economy, Shanghai is the world's first in terms of population and economy. Question: What are the famous attractions in Shanghai? There are actually quite a lot of scenic spots in Shanghai, including the former residences of celebrities in modern times. There are also some museums, some tombs of famous people, some ancient buildings in the Republic of China, some parks, and some high-rise buildings with modern characteristics. Not a single heavyweight attraction. There should not be too many people traveling to Shanghai, but most of them are for the Huahua World in Shanghai, not for the tourist attractions in Shanghai. These are the 6 super cities that I think are not suitable for tourism. What other cities do you think are also not suitable for tourism? I am [Light Up China], and I am currently on a long journey around the motherland. I have visited 86 of the 333 prefecture-level cities in the country. Welcome to give a free follow, let us understand the wider world together.

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