Suojiang Tower

Located on the southern bank of the Yangtze River, Suojiang Tower is just a short bus trip from Jiujiang City. The name is given to a group of ancient buildings including Suojiang Tower, Wenfeng Pagoda (Huilong Pagoda), four iron oxen and nearby buildings. The tower has become the symbol of Jiujiang City.   Suojiang Tower was […]

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Poyang Lake

Poyang Lake is China’s largest fresh-water lake and feeds the Yangtze River. It stretches 170 kilometers from north to south, and spans 74 kilometers, with an area of 3,960 square kilometers.   The lake has a variety of scenic spots, there is a network of cycle and walking tracks around the lake and it is well […]

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Dragon King Palace Cave

The Dragon King Palace Cave Scenic Area is located at the southern foot of Black Dragon Hill, Jiujiang City in Jiangxi Province. The scenic area consisted of a group of karst caves( Dragon King Palace Cave, Jade Pot Cave, and Jade Fairy Cave), Xian Zhenyan Cave, Forest Park and Lover Valley. It is a famous […]

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Eight Places to Visit in Jiangxi

Jiangxi Province is home to some absolutely stunning scenery and amazing cultural artefacts. Here are eight amazing places in Jiangxi that are definitely worth taking the time to see. Longhu Mountain Located about 20km south of the city of Yingtan, Longhu – meaning “Dragon Tiger Mountain” – is considered to be one of the birthplaces […]

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Cities in Jiangxi

The Chinese province of Jiangxi is home to around 45 million people in an area over half the size of New Zealand. While the number of people that call Jiangxi home is staggering compared to what we’re used to in New Zealand, Jiangxi is known for its beautiful rural landscapes and stunning scenery. Jiangxi is […]

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Nightlife in Nanchang

Nanchang is both ancient and modern, saturated in Chinese as well as foreign cultural flavours. The city’s many traditional customs – and a cheerful festival atmosphere – can be found at tea ceremonies, stilt dances and other cultural shows and performances. When darkness falls, the whole city is drenched in varicoloured neon lamps, becoming more […]

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Nanchang, Jiangxi

Nanchang, the capital of Jiangxi Province, is located along the Ganjiang River. It has a rich history spanning over 2200 years. For many centuries, it was a storage and distribution center for the famous porcelain from nearby Jingdezhen. On August 1, 1937 it became famous, playing an important role in the forming of the People’s […]

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