The Democratic People's Republic of Korea said it will open a village famous for a scenic waterfall in the northern part of the country to Chinese tourists from July.
The report by the China News Service said the tourist department of China's Dandong city government will begin a two-day travel program on the route linking the Chinese city of Dandong to the North's Donglim County, about 40 kilometers southeast of the border city of Sinuiju.
The news outlet said the Chinese travel department has been operating a one-day Dandong-Sinuiju travel route.
A four-star hotel is under construction as well as other amenities for travelers in the DPRK village in the North Pyongang Province, according to the report.
The village is most famous for its Donglim waterfall, a popular tourism location. The area near the waterfall is also well known for its scenic landscape.
The media report added that when the North opens the route in July, about 100 tourists will likely sign up for the tour program every day, whose two-day itinerary will cost about 1,000 Chinese yuan (US$160.9).
China's tourist industry estimated that about 10,000 Chinese people visited the North on the Dandong-Sinuiju tour program in 2012.