At 5 a.m. on Sunday, Dianjian fishing port in Beihai City, the largest one in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, was filled with people. Baskets of seafood were shipped ashore from ships. Fishermen, traders, tourists, and dock workers surrounded the port. Tourists from across China rushed early to buy a variety of seafood at the port. The pier has become an enormous seafood market.
Guangxi constructed a new model of integrated fishery development. On the day of the opening of the fishing season of the South China Sea, Beihai City and Fangchenggang City in Guangxi held grand sea festival activities, planning a series of cultural tourism activities to stimulate the consumption of cultural tourism.
Tourists can watch the performance of unique songs and dances, enjoy the spectacular scene of thousands of fishing boats sailing off from the fishing port, and taste a variety of seafood.
In response to the peak passenger flow at the beginning of the fishing season, the Nanning Bureau of the National Railway opened 65 EMU trains in the direction of Beibu Gulf from Aug. 14 to 26.