Education, Science, Technology, Innovation and Life
Open Access
Sign In

Study on the Characteristics and Differences of Health Preservation and Tourism Resources in Southern Jiangxi: A Case Study of Shangyou and Chongyi Counties

Download as PDF

DOI: 10.23977/erej.2023.070306 | Downloads: 4 | Views: 127


Donghui Tan 1, Lianfa Lai 2, Yuankai Wu 3


1 School of Science, Jiangxi University of Science and Technology, Ganzhou, Jiangxi, China
2 Jiangxi Vocational and Technical College of Industry and Commerce, Nanchang, Jiangxi, China
3 Jiangxi University of Science and Technology, Ganzhou, Jiangxi, China

Corresponding Author

Donghui Tan


Gannan is the ecological recreational and health tourism backyard of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. With the country's increasing attention and support for the health tourism industry, more and more tourism destinations such as forests and hot springs have started to pay attention to health tourism and compete for the market in the absence of investigating and identifying advantageous resources. This has led to a homogenized competition in the health tourism industry due to blindly following the trend and the lack of innovation. This article investigates and analyzes the distribution, characteristics, and differences of regional health tourism resources in Gannan, focusing on exploring the differentiated development of regional industries based on the geographic resources in Chongyi and Shangyou. In order to form a development model with concentrated advantageous resources, intensive land use, and clustered projects, which is of great significance for promoting the deep integration and development of Gannan's health advantage resource cluster and the overall tourism industry. 


Southern Jiangxi, health preservation tourism resources, characteristics, difference


Donghui Tan, Lianfa Lai, Yuankai Wu, Study on the Characteristics and Differences of Health Preservation and Tourism Resources in Southern Jiangxi: A Case Study of Shangyou and Chongyi Counties. Environment, Resource and Ecology Journal (2023) Vol. 7: 48-54. DOI:


[1] Liu Qian. Study on the Improvement of the Overall Tourism Development Level in Ganzhou City, Jiangxi Province, 2022 (6): 68-70.
[2] Huo Yinshan, Wang Yezhou. Summary of Research on Forest Health Tourism Development. Contemporary Tourism, 2020, 18 (17): 64-65.
[3] Sai Mengmeng. Research on the integrated development path of health tourism industry in the context of global tourism: Taking Jiaozuo City as an example. Market Weekly, 2021, 34 (02): 61-63.
[4] Li Mingyue. Research on the planning and design of characteristic towns in southwest China from the perspective of global tourism Chongqing University, 2018.
[5] Chen Hui, Zhang Zhao, Wang Jun. International medical tourism experience and its implications for the planning of medical towns in China. Small Town Construction, 2017 (12): 90-97.
[6] Xu Hong, Yu Haibo. Tourism Health Welfare and Tourism Health Industry Innovation in the Age of Great Health. Journal of Tourism, 2022, 37 (03): 10-12. DOI: 10.19765/j.cnki.1002-5006.2022.03.005
[7] Chenchen Xiao, Die Hu, Qian Li, Zhenqiang Xie. "The foundation and path of Panzhihua to build a tourism destination of sunshine andhealth care", IOP Conference Series: Earthand Environmental Science, 2020.
[8] Su Chunyan. Research on the development of traditional Chinese medicine health tourism products from the perspective of industrial integration: A case study of Xinglin Grand View Garden in Shilin, Yunnan. Tourism Overview, 2021 (06): 146-149.
[9] Zhu Xiangbo. Suggestions on cultivating a new driving force for the development of red tourism in Sichuan through the military civilian integration strategy. Tourism Overview (second half of the month), 2018 (24): 106.
[10] Liu Qingyu, Mi Ning. Countermeasures for the development of health tourism from the perspective of global tourism. Journal of Tourism, 2016, 31 (11): 4-6.
[11] Zhong Nanqing, Zheng Xuemei. Mingyue Mountain Forest Farm Strives to Promote the Development of Forest Health Tourism Industry. Land Greening, 2022 (02): 44-45.
[12] Liu Kun. Health care industry helps research on the construction of characteristic towns in Chongyi Cultural Industry, 2021, 000 (024): P.164-16.

Downloads: 2126
Visits: 120834

Sponsors, Associates, and Links

All published work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Copyright © 2016 - 2031 Clausius Scientific Press Inc. All Rights Reserved.