Mount Emei Welcomes Its First Snowfall This Year

China Plus Published: 2018-01-11 23:11:28
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Mount Emei saw its first snowfall in 2018 following the New Year holiday. The snowfall which lasted for approximately five days saw the snow depth at the Jieyin Temple reach at least ten centimeters.

During the New Year festivities, the mountainous scenic spot received nearly 60 thousand tourists- a 16% increase compared with the same time last year.

The Golden Summit at Mount Emei. [Photo by Mount Emei Scenic Spot]

The Golden Summit at Mount Emei. [Photo by Mount Emei Scenic Spot]

The winter-themed park at Mount Emei, also displayed elements used in famous animated films, most loved by children.

Performers wearing costumes similar to those in animated films, at Mount Emei's theme park. [Photo by Mount Emei Scenic Spot]

Performers wearing costumes similar to those in animated films, at Mount Emei's theme park. [Photo by Mount Emei Scenic Spot]

Soon Emei- a UNESCO World Heritage site will launch a slide way to attract more tourists. 

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