World Cultural and Natural Heritage, World Geopark, National AAAAA Tourist Scenic Area.
Huangshan Mountain is located in Huangshan City, southern Anhui Province. It has 72 peaks. The main peak is Lianhua Peak, which is 1864 meters above sea level. Lianhua Peak, Guangming Peak and Tiandu Peak are called the three main peaks. Huangshan's representative landscapes are:, dramatic pines, grotesque rocks, seas of clouds and Waterfalls. The welcoming pine of Huangshan Mountain is a symbol of the warm friendship of the Anhui people, carrying the Oriental etiquette culture.
National park of China , World Geopark, National AAAAA Tourist Scenic Area.
Jiuhua Mountain is one of the four famous Buddhist mountains in China, it is located in Qingyang County, Chizhou City, Anhui Province. From the foothills to Tiantai Peak, Jiuhua Mountain has numerous famous temples and cultural relics. There are still 78 ancient temples such as Huacheng Temple, Moon Palace. There are more than 1500 Buddhist statues. There are more than 1300 cultural relics such as holy decrees, Tibetan scriptures and other jade seals and artifacts issued by Emperor Wanli of the Ming Dynasty.
World Geopark, National AAAAA Tourist Scenic Area.
Tianzhu Mountain is located in the west of Qianshan City, Anqing City, Anhui Province. The main peak is 1488.4 meters above sea level. The planned protected area is 333 square kilometers, and the scenic area is 82.46 square kilometers. Tianzhu Mountain is one of the three famous mountains in Anhui Province because of its unique natural landscape. As early as Emperor Wudi of Han Dynasty, it was named "Nanyue", and there were human activities in all dynasties.
Taiping Lake, located in Huangshan District of Huangshan City, Anhui Province, is one of the key scenic spots in Huangshan Tourism Area. Taiping Lake has rich tourism resources, unique scenery of lake and mountain, clear and transparent lake water, rolling mountains, graceful water style, scattered islands, known as "Huangshan couple", "Chinese jadeite", "world bright" and “Oriental Geneva Lake”.
Xidi and Hongcun
World Cultural Heritage, National AAAAA Tourist Scenic Area.
Xidi and Hongcun ancient residential villages are located in Yi County, Anhui Province, Eastern China. Xidi Village covers an area of nearly 13 hectares and has a history of more than 950 years. Xidi Village, known as the "Museum of Living Ancient Residential Buildings", has a well-preserved typical style of ancient villages in Ming and Qing Dynasties. Hongcun was built in 1131 AD. There are 137 ancient buildings in Ming and Qing Dynasties. They are the carrier of Huizhou culture and embodies the characteristics of Huizhou-style dwellings with exquisite craftsmanship.