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Where is Ganzhou, Jiangxi? An inventory of eight scenic spots in Ganzhou

Jiangxi has always been a famous tourist city in China. Although it is not as famous as Sichuan Province in the past two years, we should all know about Lushan Mountain in Jiangxi. In fact, there are many beautiful places in Jiangxi besides Lushan Mountain waiting for tourists to discover. So, do you know any interesting scenic spots in Ganzhou, Jiangxi Province?

Tong Tian Yan

Tong Tian Yan. National 4A scenic spot. Tongtianyan grottoes were built in the Tang Dynasty and flourished in the Northern Song Dynasty. Up to now, there are 359 statues in niches from the Tang Dynasty to the Song Dynasty, and 128 inscriptions on cliffs from the Song Dynasty to the Republic of China, which are called the 'first Grottoes in the south of the Yangtze River'. There is a lotus pond in Tongtianyan. You can enjoy lotus in summer. It is 17 kilometers away from Ganzhou railway station and about 1 hour and 40 minutes away from Ganzhou airport. Admission: 60 / person. The annual card for climbing is 80 yuan, which can be entered for unlimited times in a year.

Ya Shan

Ya Shan. Lingyan ancient temple, a famous temple built in Southern Tang Dynasty, is located in the mountains. The highest peak of Ya mountain is 906.2 meters above sea level in Dayu County, Ganzhou City. Ya mountain has beautiful scenery. It is said that it was developed from an old forest. About 1.5 hours from Ganzhou railway station or airport to Yashan. Admission: 100 yuan for all.

Yashan glass bridge

Yashan scenic area direct train: starting from Ganzhou passenger station - Ganzhou railway station distribution point - Yashan scenic area. Depart from Ganzhou passenger station at 7:30 a.m. and return from Yashan at 17:00 p.m. Adult: 139 yuan / person, round-trip ticket: 59 yuan / person. Only round-trip fares are charged for people over 65.

South Wudang Mountains

South Wudang Mountain. It's also called little Wudang Mountain. Wudang town, Longnan County, the southernmost town in Jiangxi Province. Famous scenic spots include double elephant in the air, Tiesuo ladder, Wudang temple, air corridor, etc.

Bajing terrace

Bajing terrace. Built in the Jiahu period of the Northern Song Dynasty (1055-1063), the platform is three stories high, 27.8 meters, built on the ancient city wall of the Song Dynasty, with eight sceneries of Ganzhou. It is a famous historical site in Jiangxi Province. On the third floor of bajingtai, you can see that Zhangjiang and Gongjiang merge into Ganjiang River here. It is in the North Bajing Park, Ganzhou City, Jiangxi Province. Opening hours: 8:00-20:00. Bajingtai is located in the urban area of Ganzhou City, 6.8km away from Ganzhou railway station.

Cradle of the Ruijin Republic

Cradle scenic area of Ruijin Republic. Located in Ruijin City, Ganzhou, Jiangxi Province. It is composed of Yeping, Hongjing, the second Soviet University, the Chinese Soviet Memorial Park (South Park and North Park), the Central Soviet Military Culture Expo Park and other scenic spots. National classic red tourism education base. It is 7km away from Ruijin city.

Ancient pontoon bridge

Ancient pontoon bridge. Huimin bridge, also known as Dongjin bridge, Donghe floating bridge and jianchunmen floating bridge. The pontoon is about 400 meters long. It connects the two ends of the Gongjiang river. It is made of more than 100 boats tied together by cables. It was built in the reign of Qiandao in Song Dynasty (1163-1173) and has a history of more than 800 years. It is 7.8km away from Ganzhou station.

Kansai xinwai

Guanxi Xinwei. It is a very typical Hakka building. Xinwei village, Longnan Town, Ganzhou City. It was built in 1798 (the third year of Jiaqing in the Qing Dynasty) and completed in 1827 (the seventh year of Daoguang). It lasted nearly 30 years and was built by Xu Mingjun, a famous gentry in Western guanxi. Later generations are different from their old neighborhood, so they call it 'new neighborhood'. It's about 2 hours from Ganzhou railway station.

Kitchen Lane

Kitchen lane. Zaoer lane was called Jiangjia Lane in Ming Dynasty. At the beginning of the Qing Dynasty, many yamen servants lived here, and the uniform clothes of Yamen servants were black, called soap color, so some people called them soap servants, and the place where they lived was called "soap lane". Later, homophony became "Zaoer lane". It is 10 minutes and 1.6km away from the ancient pontoon. It's 6 kilometers from the railway station.