A very tech-savvy village in central China has apparently decided that the best way to attract more tourists to town would be with an extremely large QR code.
In a field outside of Xinlinshui village, located near the city of Baoding in Hebei province, 130,000 trees have been assembled into the shape of a QR code for travelers to apparently scan as they fly overhead on their way to Beijing.
Though, in what seems like a flaw in their tourism promotion plan, the code appears to be extremely difficult to actually scan. However, if you do manage to do it, you’ll reportedly be brought to the WeChat page for the village’s tourism bureau. Yippee!
[Images via Xinhua]
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