The Dead Sea

Last updated by Saskiadab at 2013-11-4

The Dead Sea, an underground ancient salt lake formed 150,000,000 years ago, which abounds in sodium chloride resources, is hailed as “the Dead Sea of China” because its salt percentage is similar to the Dead Sea of Middle East, as a result, Man can float on the sea without sinking.

The temperature of the seawater at the mouth is 87 centigrade, with the salt up to 22%, rich in over 40 minerals and trace elements including sodium, potassium, calcium, bromine, and iodine that can effectively cure rheumatism, skin diseases, and obesity, which has been proved by authority.

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By passenger bus of Suining City to the Daying County directly

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The whole day

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