Moli Town, a tourism town in Baiyun district in Guiyang, capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province, is scheduled to open to tourists on May 1.
Around 90 percent of construction on the town has already been completed.
The town is themed around the edible fungus industry and revolves around leisure, tourism, and healthcare. It is in an agricultural, cultural and tourism complex.
It covers an area of 560 mu ($37.33 hectares) and is being built in two phases.
The first phase mainly includes the China-ASEAN Youth Art Exchange Center, Children's Paradise, Rainbow Slide and Guizhou Mushroom Museum.
The China-ASEAN Youth Art Exchange Center has already been fully completed, and the acceptance of interior decoration projects for the tourist service center, mushroom restaurant and more is progressing in an orderly manner.