9,623 people visited Zhuhai
Zhuhai is a coastal city in southern China. It sits on the Pearl River Delta and is known colloquially as the Chinese Riviera due to its beautiful coastline. Though the city is a major center of manufacturing, it carries a reputation as one of the cleanest, most livable cities in China. Numerous parks and a low population density have made it a popular destination for Chinese retirees and tourists. Non-Chinese tourists are just beginning to arrive in force, and the city is doing all they can to promote their unique positive attributes. Zhuhai’s most popular attractions are its beaches and islands, which are easily reachable by ferry. The city is known as the city of one hundred islands, and it is easy to find quiet, secluded places one any number of them. Within the city, the most popular attractions are New Yuanming Palace, a replica of the Summer Palace in Beijing, and Lovers’ Road, a picturesque coastal walkway. Be sure to catch the Fisher Girl statue, which embodies a scene from a local myth, along Lovers’ Road.