Wuyi Mountain Scenic Spot
Brief introduction of the tourist spot:
Wuyi Mountain consists of Wuyi Mountain scenic spot and the natural reserve. The scenic spot is about 60 square kilometers and people praise it as “a miracle and beauty belittles the south-eastern area”. The scenery here is summarized as “three-three and nine-nine”; “three-three” refers to the 9-kilometer long Jiuqu Stream winds though the mountain and “nine-nine” refers to the 99 rocks which stand among cliffs and woods.
The highlight of the scenery lies in the Jiuqu Stream with clear water winding across the mountain, which contributes to the enchanting view of streams circling mountains and mountains embosoming waters. Standing in the stream are the most famous peaks. Mysterious hanging coffins are in the perilous cliffs. There are also other sights of great cultural value in the beauty spot, including Yulin pavilion, porcelain cave-house of Song Dynasty, Wuyi Palace and so on.
Wuyishan natural reserve is the largest and most complete central-Asia tropical forest ecosystem in South-east China. Scenery here embodies majesty, ancient-simplicity and enchanting beauty with high-rising peaks and verdant flourishing ancient forests. In addition, the resort boasts its extremely abundant biological resource and is listed on the human and nature reserves of UN.
Besides the inviting scenery, Wuyishan has a long history of culture and traditions. There were prime periods as Xia and Shang Period, Western Han Dynasty and Southern Song Dynasty. The period of Ancient Yue culture symbolized by gap-shelved boat coffins, the period of Western Han culture symbolized by ancient Han City and the period of rational culture in Song Dynasty symbolized by Zhuxi, all added profound sense of history to the renowned mountain.