Love is definitely in the air in Qujiang Cool Cave (Han Yao) Heritage Park. It is popularly known as China’s first romance-themed park that combines leisure and entertainment with comprehensive wedding services. The park was inspired by the legendary love story about a noblewoman named Wang Baochuan who insisted on marrying a pauper named Xue Pinggui. Soon after their marriage, the husband joined the army and the wife lived in a cool cave in for 18 years, waiting for her beloved to return despite all the hardships. Covering a total area of about 12 acres, the Cool Cave Heritage Park consists of three sections. The Cool Cave Site Section features major attractions such as the Exhibition Hall, Wang Baochuan Cave, Third Sister's Spring, Chastity Hall, and Farmer's Cave. The Wedding Celebration Section features the Jinyuange Pavilion, which comprises of 2 large banquet halls, 11 deluxe compartments and a wedding terrace over water that can accomodate up to 1,000 guests. The Commercial Section features the Cool Cave New Street, where performances of Qin opera happens, and various sections that showcases the park’s wedding planning, photography and catering services.