This spring, slow down and smell the flowers

By Li Hongyang | CHINA DAILY | Updated: 2022-04-05 08:10
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Beautiful blossoms bringing tourists out of their winter shells to enjoy sightseeing and other activities

An aerial view of the cherry blossom park in Yingyang, Henan province, on March 20. The park is home to over 120,000 blossoming trees. YANG ZHENGHUA/FOR CHINA DAILY

Sights to behold

Flower tours have become an increasingly popular option for people who want to take part in more leisurely activities this spring.

Rapeseed, cherry and peach blossoms are just some of the notable flowers that can be seen all over the country this spring. While enjoying the flora and fauna, sightseers are taking advantage of the outdoors to go on cultural trips, camp, exercise or allow their children to participate in nature classes.

Zheng Nan, a 35-year-old Beijing resident who works in public relations, said she likes jogging amid the flowers in parks.

Zheng said she is not an indoors person and enjoys spending time in nature. She marks the blossom dates for different flowers on her calendar to remind herself to make appointments with friends to go sightseeing.

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