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摘要: Hundreds of visitors from Singapore toured Yantai, a coastal city in East China's Shandong province on April 11 to explore its wine culture and scenery.Z ...

Singapore tourists sample Yantai's wine culture


Hundreds of visitors from Singapore toured Yantai, a coastal city in East China's Shandong province on April 11 to explore its wine culture and scenery.

Zhang Bo, deputy director of the Yantai culture and tourism bureau, attended the welcoming ceremony and delivered a speech.

He noted that Yantai and Singapore have become important tourist destinations for each other over the years and have increasingly close cooperation and tourism exchanges.

Particularly, the opening of Yantai-Singapore tourism routes has provided more convenience for mutual communication in tourism, he added.

On the morning of April 11 the group visited the Changyu Wine Culture Museum to get to know the history of Yantai wine. Yantai is an ideal wine production area due to its coastline's ideal sand.

The city was the birthplace of China's first wine estate, Changyu Pioneer Wine Co, which was founded by diplomat Zhang Bishi in 1892.

Changyu is one of the world's largest wine producers. The international wine town based in Yantai can fill up to 25,000 bottles of wine per hour, thanks to its imported world-level automatic production lines.


Yu Bo (first from left), curator of the Changyu Wine Culture Museum, exchanges gifts with some Singapore visitors. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]


A singapore tourist poses for a photo at the Changyu Wine Culture Museum. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]


A staff member of the Changyu Wine Culture Museum introduces the local wine's history for tourists from Singapore. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

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