Lovely pink fields draw tourists to Central China's Henan

By Shi Baoyin in Zhengzhou | | Updated: 2019-10-17 16:33
A yin and yang symbol created by walking paths in this aerial view of the hairawn muhly field in Henanzhuang village, Central China’s Henan province, is clearly seen. [Photo by Gong Weidong for]

Hairawn muhly, or pink muhly grass, is attracting visitors to a remote village in Central China's Henan province and turning it into a new hot tourist destination.

Henanzhuang village in Mianchi county, more than 60 kilometers from Sanmenxia city, is now popular with tourists for these cloudlike pink plants. The plants, ranging from about 30–90 centimeters tall, were planted last year and are now in full bloom.

The village also boasts building architecture from the Qing and Ming dynasties and a river dotted with beautiful sites alongside it.

Wu Yunru contributed to this story.

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