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Tai'an creates E China’s biggest indoor 'Dead Sea'
2012-12-24

Tai'an creates E China’s biggest indoor 'Dead Sea'

Visitors enjoy magical floating on the "Dead Sea" in Tai'an on Dec 18.

 The biggest indoor floating bath pool in East China was opened to the public on Dec 18.

Located in Tianle Tourism and Leisure Park, the Tian'an "Dead Sea", just like the one in the Middle East, has high salinity, which can make people float on water. All salt water used has originated from rock salt 1,700 meters under the ground, based on rich mineral resources in the region. Customers can experience the salt spa, dark mud spa, and other services in the entertainment park.

"Tian'an Dead Sea is even better to people's health than the Middle East one," said Wang Haibo, general manager of Tianle Park, "Since our saturate salt water has eliminated harmful heavy mental elements, along with the ozone sterilizing equipment and PH automatic regulator that have purified the water."

Besides, floating will be good to relax people's nerves and to promote blood circulation.

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