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Top Jiujiang Attractions

Lushan Mountain National Park

Lushan Mountain National Park

Excellent human sceneries assemble here. Bordering Yangtze River in the north and Poyang Lake in the east, Lushan Mountain covers an area of 302 square meters, with the...

Sandie Spring Scenic Area

Sandie Spring Scenic Area

Lushan Mountain's Sandie Spring Scenic Area is located in the south-east of Lushan, such is the beauty of this scenic park that an old saying goes that if you have no...

Wulao Peaks

Wulao Peaks

Wulao Peaks are located in the crest of the southeastern side of Mount Lushan. They became famous as one of China's highest peaks at 1,436 meters above sea-l...

Pipa Pavilion

Pipa Pavilion

Located along the bank of Pipa Lake, the Pipa Pavilion was built in Tang Dynasty to commemorate Bai Juyi, a famous poet and official of the dynasty, and his famous poetry- Pi Pa Xing. It was constructed in classic Chinese garden style with pagodas, ponds and small gardens surrounding it.

Jiujiang Yangtze Bridge

Jiujiang Yangtze Bridge

Constructed in 1973 and stretches 7675 meters, Jiujiang Yangtze River Bridge is the eighth bridge that standing across the Yangtze River and remains the longest and most expensive bridge making project in China's history. It was constructed to include a dedicated viewing platform for visiting tourists.

Sandie Spring Scenic Area

Sandie Spring Scenic Area

Sandie Spring Scenic Area is located in the south-east of Lushan, which is the remains of an ancient glacier of the Quaternary Period and today is covered in a dense carpet of natural wildlife where nature weaves a spectacular masterpiece including forests, bizarre rock structure and waterfalls.

Lushan Mountain National Park

Lushan Mountain National Park

Bordering Yangtze River in the north and Poyang Lake in the east, Lushan Mountain covers an area of 302 square meters, with the 1474-meter Dahanyang Peak as the highest point. It is a famous ancient mountain integrating religion, education, culture and magnificent and rugged landscape.