Qianling Hill Park, a 4A National Tourist Attraction

Located 1.5 kilometers (0.9 miles) from downtown guiyang, qianlingshan park covers an area of 426 hectares (1,052.7 acres). It was built in 1957, is the city’s only large park, is a national 4A tourist attractions. The name comes from qianling mountain in the park, the most famous mountain in southern guizhou. It is one of the most famous gardens on the guizhou plateau, with clear lakes, green mountains, tranquil forests and ancient temples. The main attractions are: sanling bay, rhesus monkey park, hongfu temple, qilin cave, zoo, qianling lake, erba wind and rain bridge and winding mountain road.

Founded in 1667, it is the largest buddhist zen temple in guizhou province. It is characterized by solemnity. Hongfu means to carry forward Buddha’s virtue and benefit mankind. It is now one of 142 key temple scenic spots in China and a key cultural relic protection unit in guizhou province.

“Hongfu” means “good luck” in Chinese, and given the temple’s history, it’s a fitting name. In 1672, the Ming dynasty (1368-1644) monk ji song established the temple. It had a poor start, just a small hut, but kishon was determined to turn it into a sacred shrine, and through his insistence, many local officials gave it their support. The temple in time is when you visit the temple in qianlingshan park, upon entering the gate, you will first see the bell tower and drum tower on both sides. Weighing more than 3,000 jin (about 3,300 pounds), the bell was cast during the Ming dynasty in 1469.

Enter the first hall, the temple of the heavenly king, and you can see the statues of maitreya and the four heavenly Kings. Its walls are also covered with buddhist scriptures and large paintings. The second main hall is the guanyin bodhisattva hall and the thirty-two arms hall. In the third hall known as the main hall, there are such gold-plated statues as sakyamuni and eight arhats. There is also a jade Buddha statue from yangon, the capital of myanmar. It is 1.5 meters (4.92 feet) tall and weighs 900 kilograms (1,984 pounds). Carved from fine jade, the statue looks both benevolent and solemn, and stands alongside a dozen other jade statues of bodhisattvas and maitreya.

In addition to these ornate halls, the temple is also decorated with galleries, pools and springs of high artistic value. In recent years, many famous people have visited the temple and, in accordance with Chinese tradition, left poems praising the inspiring building and its setting. Strolling through the temple complex, you can enjoy the tranquil surroundings while recalling its glorious past.

Nanjiang Grand Canyon in Kaiyang County

The nanjiang grand canyon is located in kaiyang county, 54 kilometers (34 miles) from guiyang city. Here, visitors can see the unique karst landscape, with views of more than 80 natural landscapes and 40 waterfalls. The canyon stretches for more than 40 kilometers (25 miles) and reaches a depth of 398 meters (1,306 feet). Birds and 36 species of animals live in harmony in pristine forests and on steep cliffs. Here, canoeing down the river is a must.

The starting point is near the gate, and you’ll pass most of the sights along the way. There are two rafting options: the entire rafting route ends at yuanyang lake, while the shorter route ends halfway at caozi pool. If you choose the latter, you’ll need to walk another three kilometers (two miles) along the feilong plank road to yuanyang lake. If you’re not a rafting enthusiast, you can take a free shuttle bus to the main section of the nanjiang grand canyon at the entrance to start your rafting trip.

This is your first attraction at the nanjiang grand canyon. Part of the cliff extends out, making it a natural pavilion on the river. A small waterfall runs down the cliff, like a curtain of pearls hanging from a pavilion.

This is the largest and best protected travertine waterfall in Asia, with a height of 16 meters (52 feet). It is called the admiralty bell because people can hear the bell when they knock on the rock. Yuanyang lake in the nanjiang grand canyon stretches for eight kilometers (five miles) along a lush valley. In winter, thousands of wild ducks live and breed there, hence the name.

Here you can find rocks in various shapes, some of which look like a Buddha, a monkey, a seal, a trumpet… Once you arrive at yuanyang lake, you can take a cable car or walk to the peak and take a free shuttle bus back to the gate. Alternatively, you can walk along the boardwalk back to the gate.

Jingyuetan National Forest Park, a Crescent Shaped Reservoir

The jingyuecan national forest park is located near changchun’s movie wonderland, southeast of changchun, and 18 kilometers (10 miles) from the city center. It covers an area of about 96.38 square kilometers (37.2 square miles), with wetlands of about 5.3 square kilometers (2 square miles).

Jingyuetan is a crescent-shaped reservoir. Its height is comparable to the Sun Moon Lake in Taiwan, known as the sister lake of the Sun Moon Lake. According to a legend, a fairy from heaven happened to fall in love with a man. The fairy’s mother brought her back by force. The distraught fairy left two tears and formed two lakes, one is the Sun Moon Lake, the other is the jingyue lake. According to records, jingyuetan was built in 1934 to supply water to changchun. It was named after zheng xiaoyu, the second son of zheng xiaoyu, who was once the prime minister of manchukuo.

Jingyuetan national forest park is rich in natural resources. It includes a large forest covering more than 80 square kilometers (30 square miles). There are more than 550 kinds of trees in the park, such as scotch pine, larch, red pine, Japanese red pine, spruce, fir, birch, Mongolian oak and northeast walnut. In addition, there are a variety of birds, wild animals and insects, such as pheasants, wild ducks, squirrels, hedgehogs, roe deer and foxes.

The Jingyuetan National Forest Park features the Forest Bathing Spot, Jingyue Wetland, Siberian Tiger Garden, Guantan Hill, Green Pine Ridge, Jingyue Goddess Statue, Lotus and Willow Garden, Bisong Jingyue Tower, Peace Bell Tower, a boardwalk, a tomb of Jin Dynasty (1115 – 1234) on Stone Sheep and Tiger Hill, Jingyuetan Reservoir, Vasaloppet Museum, Wangtan Bridge, North Putuo Temple and a snow sculpture garden as its main attractions. For sports enthusiasts, there are a golf course and a ski resort inside the park.

Jiaxiu Tower, One of Eight Great Sights in Guiyang

Located in the center of Guiyang city, Guizhou province, Jiashu pagoda is a magnificent wooden tower built on a huge tortoise-shaped rock on the nanming river. Built during the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), the tower has undergone six renovations. It was once one of the eight scenic spots in Guiyang. Now, as a landmark and cultural symbol of Guiyang, it certainly deserves to be included in your plan.

It is the longest bridge in Guiyang city, about 92 meters (300 feet) long and about 7 meters (23 feet) wide. It is the longest bridge in Guiyang, measuring 92 meters (about 300 feet) long and 7 meters (23 feet) wide. The bridge is decorated with white stone walls, like a jade belt across the nanming river; As a result, it was named fu yu qiao, literally fu yu qiao. Thanks to its superb technology, fuyu bridge is both beautiful and strong. It has experienced many floods, especially the devastating one in 1996. At the top of the bridge stands a magnificent stone arch. Hambitine stands on the bridge.

Walk down from fu yu bridge to jia xiu building. In ancient times, many intellectuals studied hard here for academic honor or official positions. To encourage them, the local emperor ordered the construction of a tower and awarded it the name jia-xiu, which means “to get the first place in the imperial examination.” Interestingly, since the tower was built, guizhou has witnessed three top scholars, two of whom are said to live near the nanming river. Today, guizhou is still an auspicious place

The jiashu tower is a 20-meter (66-foot) three-story tower. Green tiles, red pillars, carved Windows and white stone walls make the tower gorgeous and striking. From the top of the tower, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the surrounding city. If you’re not a big fan of old buildings, the night view of the tower of London is just as impressive. The tower is decorated with colorful lanterns, which are beautifully reflected on the water. Walking on the bridge on a cool summer night is also a pleasant experience.

As a cultural relic and historic site, jiaxiu building was favored by scholars in the past. They left precious works, such as calligraphy works, wooden works, poems and stone tablets, on display in the first floor. Of all these relics, the most famous is a long couplet written by liu yushan, a scholar of the qing dynasty (1644-1911). The masterpiece consists of two parts: the first line describes the beautiful scenery of guizhou province, and the second line tells the history of guizhou province. The 206-character couplet is comparable to the “first couplet” of kunming grand view garden. You can easily find the long couplet on the door on the first floor.

To the south of the tower is the cuiwei garden, a group of buildings dating back to the Ming and qing dynasties. There are gongnan pavilion, cuiwei pavilion and longmen academy. These exquisite buildings have a distinctive southern Chinese architectural style. In addition to these ancient pavilions, there is a modern exhibition hall in the garden. This unique hall displays the traditional clothing, embroidery and batik of almost all the minorities in guizhou.

Hongfeng Lake Scenic Area, the Red Maple Lake

The hongfeng lake scenic spot is located about 32 kilometers (20 miles) west of guiyang. It is regarded as the pearl of the guizhou plateau and the most charming of the three lakes in guizhou. The other two are albino lake and dongfeng lake.

Hongfeng lake is the largest artificial lake on the guizhou plateau. At 57.2 square kilometers (22 square miles), it is 12 times the size of Beijing’s Ming tombs reservoir and six times the size of the famous west lake in hangzhou. The west lake and surrounding scenic areas cover a total area of 240 square kilometers (93 square miles). There are many red maple trees in the surrounding mountains. Their leaves turn red every autumn — that is the name of the lake.

Hongfeng lake scenic area consists of four parts: north lake, south lake, back lake and minority villages. North lake is the smallest and is famous for its various islands, such as bird island, snake island and turtle island. Along the coast are ancient tombs from the western han dynasty.

Bonfire party, red maple lake scenic area

Bonfire party, red maple lake scenic area

Nanhu is famous for its caves, including general cave, fishing cave and underground cave. Back lake is famous for its picturesque countryside. There are many roads along the bank of the lake, people can take a leisurely walk and enjoy the beautiful scenery.

The hongfeng lake scenic area has many interesting rural buildings, including traditional miao dwellings (stilted buildings), buyi SLATE houses and dong drum towers with a roofed bridge. Take a boat ride to the drum tower and enjoy panoramic views of the red maple lake. The minority villages on the lakeside are unique. According to the custom of the village, tourists can be warmly welcomed and even reluctant to leave.

Hongfeng lake scenic area beautiful and quiet. It is an ideal tourist destination that can be conveniently included in a trip that includes the dragon palace and huangguoshu waterfall.

Flower Stream Park, the Huaxi Park

Huaxi park is the center of huaxi scenic spot. It combines natural landscape, rural scenery and national characteristics in one, known as “guiyang city back garden”. It is located in the southern suburb of guiyang city, guizhou province. It covers an area of about 825 mu (about 136 mu), among which the water area is about 300 mu (about 49 mu).

Huaxi park was built by a local village gentleman during the qing dynasty (1644-1911). He built towers and pavilions, planted trees and flowers on the mountains, and built islands in the water. It was rebuilt as a park in the 1930s. After the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the park was equipped with tourist facilities and renamed huaxi park, which means park with blooming flowers and flowing streams.

Unlike man-made parks, huaxi’s streams and four hills are naturally formed. The stream winds elegantly through the park, four mountains, forest (qilin, Chinese legendary animal), phoenix (phoenix), GUI (turtle), she (snake) stands on either side of it. The clear water and the intoxicating scenery on both sides make huaxi known as China’s “first love stream”. The forest is the tallest of the four mountains. It was like a fierce unicorn roaring at the sky. Standing on the top of the mountain, visitors can have a panoramic view of huaxi park. On phoenix mountain, you can overlook the crisscrossing stone houses, stone walls and stone village roads. On tortoise and snake mountain, the road is lined with strange stones and the scenery is fascinating.

The baibu bridge (baibu bridge) should also be mentioned. It was a winding bridge with stones fixed in the water. Unlike ordinary Bridges, when people walk on them, it’s like walking on water, especially in summer when water levels are high.

In addition, huaxi park also includes several other Bridges, pavilions and gardens. Some stand out in style; Some are grand; Some are historic. All of these are worth seeing.

Changchun Movie Wonderland, Changchun Film Century City

Changchun film park is a film theme park developed by changchun film studio. Jingyue economic development zone is located at the junction of jingyue road and yongshun road. It is the first Chinese park to feature a world-class stunt film. Officially opened on 29 May 2005, the park has received more than 8 million visitors.

Known as the Oriental Hollywood, changchun film wonderland is inspired by universal studios Hollywood and Disneyland in the United States. It is divided into four parts, innovation and technology area, stimulation and overflow area, performance area and leisure area. In addition to live stunts and comedy shows, visitors can also enjoy a 4D special effects movie, a 3D water screen movie and a laser hover movie.

Special effects films are the highlights of changchun’s film wonderland, the most exciting of which is interstellar, a domed film using cutting-edge dynamic technology and domed screen technology. Visitors will feel that they have embarked on an adventure in a spaceship. There are only three places in the world where visitors can enjoy semi-circular performances: changchun’s film wonderland, Caesar’s palace in Las Vegas and universal studios Hollywood in Los Angeles.

Zombie hospitals, memory homes, big-screen cinemas and galactic palaces are all worth visiting.

Zombie hospitals are different from traditional haunted houses. Zombies will pop up, surprise visitors, and certainly scare the daylights out of them. It’s only open on summer nights.

Memory house is located in a “mushroom” that recreates life, learning and entertainment for the young generation born in the 1980s. The furnishings are simple, including a video game console, a wooden bed, an old table and posters of past stars reminding visitors of their younger days. They can also experience some popular games from their childhood, such as hopscotch, jumping over a rubber band, rolling a ring and throwing small sandbags.

Entering the big-screen theater, visitors will be confronted with a large screen, about 18 meters (59 feet) high and 25 meters (82 feet) wide. It is said to be the biggest screen in the world. This cinema can hold more than 400 people.

At the galaxy palace, visitors will learn how special effects are made in the movie. They even have the chance to create their own dreams. Further explore crazy LABS, elven kingdoms, fast travel, nightmare castles and mystery trees if time and energy are unlimited. Maybe do a samba or enjoy acrobatics and other thrilling performances.

Capital Cities and Tombs of Ancient Koguryo Kingdom

In 2004, the capital and mausoleums of the ancient koguryo kingdom of China were added to the United Nations world cultural and natural heritage list. The ruins include the capital city of unu mountain city, jinji city and wandu mountain city. Graves of 14 empires; 26. A noble tomb; A general’s grave; There is also a monument to the 19th emperor of koguryo. The ancient relics are mainly located near ji ‘an city in jilin province and huanren county in liaoning province.

Koguryo was a kingdom that ruled parts of northeast China and the northern side of the Korean peninsula from 37 BC to 668 AD. What we see today is evidence of a once brilliant but lost civilization.

The ancient koguryo royal mausoleum scenic area was the first city to establish the capital of koguryo and the earliest among the 100 existing royal cities along the yalu river. The mountain city was built according to the Chinese architectural tradition, but there were great innovations in site selection, wall construction and stone processing. Chintagunta and mantagunta were the composite capitals of koguryo for most of its history, and through archaeological and architectural studies of their remains, they have proved to be masterpieces of the capital.

There are about seven thousand ancient tombs outside the mountain city, many of which have exquisite murals, rich in content and color, showing the culture and daily life of the koguryo kingdom. It depicts hunting, war, religion (Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism) and other aspects of life.

According to archaeological research, the general’s tomb — located northeast of the city of ji ‘an — is said to be that of the 20th emperor. It looks like the tomb of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh, hence its name: the eastern pyramid.

So far, only three artifacts documenting koguryo history have been found. Among them, good Thai king tablet (or stone tablet) the longest content, the richest. The monument was built in memory of the 19th emperor, and the inscription records the emperor’s achievements and achievements, as well as legends about the origin and development of koguryo. The inscription is engraved with Chinese characters, showing the integration of koguryo and Chinese culture.

The Art of War, Sun Tzu, Sun Wu

The Art of War is an ancient Chinese military treatise attributed to Sun Tzu ,a high-ranking military general, strategist and tactician, and it was believed to have been compiled during the late Spring and Autumn period.The text is composed of 13 chapters, each of which is devoted to one aspect of warfare. It is commonly known to be the definitive work on military strategy and tactics of its time. It has been the most famous and influential of China’s Seven Military Classics, and for the last two thousand years it remained the most important military treatise in Asia, where even the common people knew it by name. It has had an influence on Eastern and Western military thinking, business tactics, legal strategy, and beyond.

Sun Tzu

Sun Tzu was a Chinese author of The Art of War, an immensely influential ancient Chinese book on military strategy. He is also one of the earliest realists in international relations theory.

The name Sun Tzu (“Master Sun”) is an honorific title bestowed upon Sun Wu, the author’s name. The character Wu, meaning “military”, is the same as the character in Wushu, or martial art.

Warrior and philosopher Sun Wu is very popular worldwide and many famous military officials and politicians have referenced him. The principals and ideas presented in the Art of War have been used in almost any aspect of the modern world – business, politics, sports, and diplomacy. Millenniums old Sun Tzu quotes on friends, friendship, enemy, war and victory provide practical tips for everyday success in the modern world.


In thirteen concise chapters of the Art of War, general Sun Tzu defines a sophisticated science in a deliberative manner, starting with a key assertion: “War is a vital matter of state.”

  1. Laying plans

Detail assessment and planning explores the five fundamental factors (the Way, seasons, terrain, leadership and management) and seven elements that determine the outcomes of military engagements. By thinking, assessing and comparing these points, a commander can calculate his chances of victory. Habitual deviation from these calculations will ensure failure via improper action. The text stresses that war is a very grave matter for the state and must not be commenced without due consideration.

  1. Waging war

Waging war explains how to understand the economy of warfare and how success requires winning decisive engagements quickly. This section advises that successful military campaigns require limiting the cost of competition and conflict.

  1. Attack by stratagem

Strategic attack defines the source of strength as unity, not size, and discusses the five factors that are needed to succeed in any war. In order of importance, these critical factors are: attack, strategy, alliances, army and cities.

  1. Tactical dispositions

Disposition of the army explains the importance of defending existing positions until a commander is capable of advancing from those positions in safety. It teaches commanders the importance of recognizing strategic opportunities, and teaches not to create opportunities for the enemy.

  1. Energy

Forces explains the use of creativity and timing in building an army’s momentum.

  1. Weak points & strong

Weaknesses and Strengths explains how an army’s opportunities come from the openings in the environment caused by the relative weakness of the enemy in a given area.

  1. Maneuvering

Military maneuvers explains the dangers of direct conflict and how to win those confrontations when they are forced upon the commander.

  1. Variation in tactics

Variations and adaptability focuses on the need for flexibility in an army’s responses. It explains how to respond to shifting circumstances successfully.

  1. The army on the march

Movement and development of troops describes the different situations in which an army finds itself as it moves through new enemy territories, and how to respond to these situations. Much of this section focuses on evaluating the intentions of others.

  1. Terrain

Situational positioning looks at the three general areas of resistance (distance, dangers and barriers) and the six types of ground positions that arise from them. Each of these six field positions offer certain advantages and disadvantages.

  1. The nine situations

Nine terrains describes the nine common situations (or stages) in a campaign, from scattering to deadly, and the specific focus that a commander will need in order to successfully navigate them.

  1. The attack by fire

Attacking with fire explains the general use of weapons and the specific use of the environment as a weapon. This section examines the five targets for attack, the five types of environmental attack and the appropriate responses to such attacks.

  1. The use of spies

Intelligence and espionage focuses on the importance of developing good information sources, and specifies the five types of intelligence sources and how to best manage each of them.

The Analects of Confucius, Thoughts of Confucius

The Analects of Confucius is famed as the collection of the words and deeds of Confucius and has greatly influenced the culture of China and neighboring nations as the most cherished scripture of Confucianism. According to most traditional accounts, Confucius never wrote down his teachings. They were passed down verbally and later put in writing, and not necessarily in a very systematic way. The Analects is widely regarded as the most dependable record of his various sayings and conversations.


Confucius is recognized as China’s first and greatest teacher, and his ideas have been the fertile soil in which the Chinese cultural tradition has flourished.

Confucius (551-479 BCE) was born in the ancient state of Lu into an era of unrelenting, escalating violence as seven of the strongest states in the pro to-Chinese world warred for supremacy. The landscape was not only fierce politically but also intellectually. Although Confucius enjoyed great popularity as a teacher, and many of his students found their way into political office, he personally had little influence in Lu. And so he began to travel from state to state as an itinerant philosopher to persuade political leaders that his teachings were a formula for social and political success. Eventually, his philosophies came to dictate the standard of behavior for all of society–including the emperor himself.


The thoughts of Confucius has been the bedrock of Chinese main culture, and has brought influence to people’s mind and behavior even today. It is an important window to grasp Chinese culture to have a good understanding of Confucius.

He maintains the idea that everyone has the right to be educated, and that education should be offered to all classes. While spreading the spirit of being insatiable in learning and tireless in teaching, he strives for educating students in accordance with their aptitude by adopting an elicitation method of teaching.

As the founder of Confucianism, he contributed greatly to the development and success of traditional Chinese culture. He established benevolence and rites as the core of his theory. Benevolence is an ethical system as well as a moral realm, the core of which is the advocacy of love for humans.

Thoughts of Confucius

In the Analects, Confucius presents himself as a “transmitter who invented nothing”. He put the greatest emphasis on the importance of study, and it is the Chinese character for study (or learning) that opens the text. In this respect, he is seen by Chinese people as the Greatest Master. Far from trying to build a systematic theory of life and society or establish a formalism of rites, he wanted his disciples to think deeply for themselves and relentlessly study the outside world, mostly through the old scriptures and by relating the moral problems of the present to past political events (like the Annals) or past expressions of feelings by common people and reflective members of the elite (preserved in the poems of the Book of Odes).

In times of division, chaos, and endless wars between feudal states, he wanted to restore the Mandate of Heaven “天命” that could unify the “world” and bestow peace and prosperity on the people. Because his vision of personal and social perfections was framed as a revival of the ordered society of earlier times. Confucius is often considered a great proponent of conservatism. But a closer look at what he proposes often shows that he used (and perhaps twisted) past institutions and rites to push a new political agenda of his own: a revival of a unified royal state, whose rulers would succeed to power on the basis of their moral merit, not their parentage;these would be rulers devoted to their people, reaching for personal and social perfection.

Such a ruler would spread his own virtues to the people instead of imposing proper behavior with laws and rules. One of the deepest teachings of Confucius may have been the superiority of personal exemplification over explicit rules of behavior. Because his moral teachings emphasise self-cultivation, emulation of moral exemplars, and the attainment of skilled judgment rather than knowledge of rule, Confucius’s ethics may be considered a type of virtue ethics. His teachings rarely rely on reasoned argument, and ethical ideals and methods are conveyed more indirectly, through allusions, innuendo, and even tautology. This is why his teachings need to be examined and put into proper context in order to be understood.