Tag Archives: Natural Wonders of China


China which is officially called the People’s Republic of China is the country with the biggest population in the world. It is located in the eastern part of Asia covering an estimated area of 3.7 square miles which makes it the second largest country by land area. It has a Communist government with Beijing as its capital. Since it has ... Read More »

Mount Emei

Emeishan is used in reference to Mount Emei, Emeishan or the Emeishan Traps all located in china. Mount Emei as also referred to as Mount Emeishan. It is located on the Western side of the Sichuan Basin. Just on the west of Mount Emei is mountain ranges known as Daxiangking. The surrounding is around Mount Emei is known as the ... Read More »

Yangtze Gorges

Yangtze Gorges also known as the three gorges is a scenic region along the Yangtze River in the Hubei province in the republic of china. The region lies on a 200 km stretch and the three gorges occupy at least 120 km within the region. Yangtze Gorges is very famous; it is beautiful scenery and the region being one of ... Read More »

Lushan National Park

Lushan National Park is the name of a national park and mountain by the same name. The park is to be found in china’s Juangxi province. Its exact location is between the city of Jiujuang and Lake Poyang. The Park is also referred to as the Lushan Quaternary Glaciation National Geo-park and it covers an area of approximately 500 square ... Read More »

Huangguoshu Falls

The Huangguoshu Falls is also known as the Yellow Fruit Tree Falls. The waterfall has a total height of 255 feet, an elevation of 2,966 feet, a total width of 331 feet, and an average flow rate of 18.2 L/s km2. Its water course is the Baihe River, located in Ansun, Guizhou Province about 28 miles southwest of Anshun city. ... Read More »


Yangshuo, the well-known tourist destination of China is a county of Guilin in Guangxi Province, China. It covers an area of about 1,428.38 square kilometers and bounded by karts peaks and its one side is bordered by the Li River. The county is often visited by foreign backpackers because they consider the area to be the mountain paradise of China. ... Read More »


Wulingyuan is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and famous for scenic beauty and lies in the Zhangjiajie City, about 270 kilometers from Changsha which is the capital of Hunan Province of China. The site is a section of the Wuling Range and famous for about 3,100 tall quartzite pillars made of sandstone, the height of some pillars are ... Read More »

Stone Forest

Stone Forest also known as Shilin is considered to be the first wonder of the world. Such dramatic attractions of the world in located about 120 kilometers from Kunming, the capital of Yunnan Province in China. The Stone Forest is spread over an area of 400 square kilometers where stone forests of varying size and various scenic spots are noticed. ... Read More »