Posts Tagged ‘ZJJ Attractions’

No.1 Bridge This bridge is crossing over two peaks with only 3 meters width and 50 meters length. This sky bridge is crated by the hand of nature. Fairyland Palace Fairyland Palace is “Built” according to the geography of the mountain. Surrounded by mist, this palace is a rocky courtyard. Wulong Spring Wulong Spring is […]

Tuesday, October 29th, 2013 at 02:51 | 0 comments
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Imperial Garden refers to the garden belonging to the Chinese emperor. In ZJJ Yuanjiajie, People will find another imperial garden belonging to The God. When people find a giant rock which may block the way, just turn around it, and there is a marvelous scene behind it. About ten peaks are standing straightly, while green […]

Tuesday, October 29th, 2013 at 02:41 | 0 comments
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Cili Five Lei mountain(Wuleishan) is Zhangjiajie eastern tourism scenic area,It is located in the eastern part of Zhangjiajie.Five Lei mountain(Wuleishan) is mysterious, magical and sacred. It has primitive simplicity and deep empty. It is a shining pearl in west hunan portal. The pleasant climate, elegant environment, lush plants and fresh attarct many people. the temperature […]

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013 at 09:20 | 0 comments
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Zhangjiajie old yard is founded in the early years of Qing dynasty. Its architectural style is four damp down wall tujia architecture, an organic whole of tujia garden and tujia condole watchtower. It is a typical bi nazca (Tujia Nationality). It is the most preserved old house which survived in Xiangxi and even the whole […]

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013 at 08:56 | 0 comments
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There is a pool called “Dragon King Pool” near the Dragon King Cave, about 87 meter away. With an area about 400 square meters, it is surrounded by cliffs in all directions. The depth of this pool is still a mystery. The musty pool in the morning and the dusk, people can see the swimming […]

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013 at 14:49 | 0 comments
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