Bengbu, in the Changjiang River Delta, is one of the most important transportation hubs in China. It is close to the existing Beijing-Shanghai railway and Huai River.
The Bengbu Project is located only 2km from the Beijing-Shanghai express railway, which is expected to be complete in 2011.
The express railway will shorten the travel time to Bengbu to only approximately 1.5 hours from Shanghai, approximately 3 hours from Beijing, and approximately 0.5 hour from Nanjing or Hefei.
Which makes Bengbu accessible to a population of over 200 million within the 3-hour economic circle.
The first emperor of the Ming Dynasty, Zhu Yuanzhang, was born in Bengbu in 1328. The city has a rich history, with several historical sites related to the Ming Dynasty, including the tomb of Zhu’s parents.
The Bengbu Project includes Royal Hot Spring World (a resort hotel), Royal Tour Town, Filial Piety Temple and Royal Hunting Garden, and will reproduce the royal life of Ming Dynasty at its height of power and splendor.
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