The hot summer is gone and the best time to visit China is coming. Autumn, it is an exciting season for anyone who has ever dreamed of traveling to China. Thanks to the country’s diverse topography, there is an extensive list of destinations catering to different tastes. Here are some autumn gateways to get your family’s planning started. In this blog, we’ll show you the first part of 2014 popular autumn destinations.
Jiuzhaigou, is a nature reserve in north of Sichuan which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992. Jiuzhaigou Valley is all about seeing! The colors of its lakes, trees and mountains are breathtaking and defy adequate description. The altitude changes within the valley to create continual variations of flora, which give each lake and waterfall a unique quality.
In late September through October to early November, the color contrasts of red and gold leaves set against the greys of the bamboo forest and the dark greens of the conifers provide the perfect backdrop to the blue, cyan and vivid green lakes.
Besides, you won’t miss the shore excursions to Fengdu Ghost City, Shibaozhai Pagoda, White Emperor City, Shennong Stream, Three Gorges Dam Site etc. Atop the small towns or cities, you could have a better view of Yangtze River and catch the chance to discover the OLD China.
Regarded as first of the Five Sacred Mountains in China, it was declared to be UNESCO World Natural & Cultural Heritage Site in 1987. Therefore, apart from natural mountain views, Mount Tai presents more cultural sites, like Jade Emperor Peak, the highest point, where you can have a panoramic view of whole Tai’an city and visit the ancient emperors worshiping spots.
In early September, there is the annual International Mt. Tai Climbing Festival in Tai’an city, where the Mount Tai is.