China has created another reason for tourist to visit its country. The country’s biggest nuclear power station has opened its doors to the public for the price of 30-yuan ($3.80).

The nuclear power plant is located by the South China Sea in southern Guangdong province. Tourists will be able to learn about its construction and safety measures through models, photographs, and videos. They will also have access to a Lovers’ Island, a wharf and a lookout point offering a “panoramic view” of Dayawan and Lingao, another nuclear plant being built nearby, the official Xinhua news agency said.

Guangdong has scenic spots and is a place with beautiful mountains and rivers, moderate climate. It is located in the southern part of the south China Sea, encompassing a total 179,766 square kilometres. It is warm and rainy all the year round, the average temperature ranges from 19-26C, the average annual rainfall is more than 1500 mm, the rainy season is from April to September.

The Luofu Mountain, the Danxia mountain, the Dinghu Mountain and the Xiqiao Mountain are the four famous mountains in Guangdong Province.

The main dialects in this province are Guangzhou, Hakka and Chao zhou dialects.