Nanping Travel Guide
introduction to the city
Nanping, as the biggest city in area, has an area of 26,300 square kilometers, accounting for one fifth of the whole land of Fujian Province. It governs one district, four cities and five counties, namely, Yanping District, Shaowu City, Jianyang City, Jian’ou City, Wuyishan City, Shunchang County, Pucheng County, Guangze County, Songxi County and Zhenghe County. The current registered population is 3,040,000.
Thanks to its profound cultural accumulations, Nanping is regarded as one of the main resources of the Fujian culture. Here people are of great talents and the land is fertile. Numerous elitists have emerged along the long river of history, among whom were more than 2,000 Jinshi (Jinshi is a successful candidate in the highest imperial examinations in ancient China) and 17 feudal Prime Ministers.
Nanping is an important tourism area in the south-east China. The tourist resources in the northern part of Fujian province are so rich that it is one of the precious areas which boast many excellent tourist destinations. Wuyi Mountain is ranked as the National Scenic Spot, the National Natural Reserve, the National Holiday Resort and also the Economic Development Zone of Fujian Province. The provincial places of interest inside Nanping are Mangdang Mountain in Yanping, Fugai Mountain in Pu City, Guizong Rocks in Jian’ou, Zhanlu Mountain in Songxi and Donggong Mountain in Zhenghe. In addition, there are 120,000 acres of extended lakes in Nanping, which is a good choice as summer and holiday resort.
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