JLSA is eye-catching at Grand Canal Culture and Tourism Expo


The pavilion of SIP’s Jinji Lake Scenic Area (JLSA) is definitely an eye-catcher at the 3rd Grand Canal Culture and Tourism Expo scheduled in Suzhou International Expo Centre, SIP from Sept 22 to 25.


With blue and gradient purple colors as the dominant hue, the pavilion is decorated with beautiful lights. The exhibits showcase JLSA’s resources for cultural tourism related to the Grand Canal of China, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the longest man-made waterway in the world, and JLSA’s outcomes in developing nighttime tourism over the past two years.


There is a tent in the pavilion for visitors to have a rest, and also creative cultural products, pastel paintings themed the Grand Canal and a zone for interactive experiences.