Read the following introductions for attractions in Wuyishan. You will know the top attractions there and you can also get to know the city attractions by category.
Jiuqu Stream is famous for its pristine environment, clean waters, tiny population of simple farmers, far removed from the hive of industry and commerce that in metropolitan China. Although the water level varies throughout the year it is always possible for a bamboo raft to carry tourists up and down the river.
Royal Tea Garden
Located in Wuyi Mountain Range, Wuyi Royal Tea Garden was the official tea supplier to imperial court during Yuan and Ming dynasties. The garden is amazing in its construction, not purely because of the tea-fields but also because the amazing imperial constructions built there during the ancient times.
Well-known for its bluish-green waters and red mountains, Wuyishan is hailed as the best scenery in Southeast China. Thanks to the superlative craftsmanship of Nature, the area boasts its unique and weird landforms, delicate scenery, elegant waters, 36 charming peaks, 72 caves, 99 weird rocks and 108 other scenic spots.