Tired of feeling like a sardine packed among visitors of Beijing’s Fragrant Hills Park? Look to Nanyang in Henan instead!
Danxia Temple — formerly called Xianxia Temple, or Xixia Temple — is one of the three millennium-old temples in the southwest region of Central China’s Henan province.
Nanyang, located in southwest Henan province is one of the birthplaces of Chinese civilization, and was the country's cultural, economical, and political center during its prime early years.
Chinese continent's origins lie beneath the Funiu Mountain National Geopark in Henan Province.
The international jade city scenic spot lies in Shifosi town, Zhengping county, which is famous for jade sculptures.
Wuya stone village is a traditional residential complex made of stones.
Xiangyan Temple, built in the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907), is a national AAA scenic spot and one of the four most famous temples in the Central Plain.
Laojieling Ski Park, covering 3.5 square kilometers, lies in the central area of Funian Mountain world geological park.