Morag’s vlog: take a dip in a hotpot hot spring

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Editor’s note: This report focuses on Chongqing as part of our special series, “Rising Star Cities,” about Chinese cities whose annual GDP exceeds 1 trillion yuan ($155.4 billion, or more than the GDP of Qatar). At the end of 2020, there were 23 such cities. Click here or more stories on Chongqing. You can also explore our earlier coverage of Ningbo and Changsha.

Due to its location, Chongqing is an oasis for hot-spring lovers, with a variety of spas around the city welcoming thousands of tourists and locals each year.Chongqing is also famous for its hotpot. However, you never in your life thought you’d combining hotpot and hot-springs, but there is one special hot-springs which has a hotpot hot-springs.Check it out.

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