Jiulongji Waterfall Complex
Last updated by chinatravel at 2013-11-2
Jiulongji Waterfall Complex Overview
Brief introduction to Jiulongji Waterfall Scenic Spot
Jiulongji Waterfall Complex is reputed as “No.1 in Fujiang province”, “incomparable in the east China”. Now tourist buses are available to the scenic spot and Jiulongji administrative office building is completed. Besides, two Guanputing (the waterfall-viewing pavilions) and four wayside pavilions are built for tourists to have a rest and enjoy the beautiful views.
Jiulongji Waterfall Complex consists of 9stages of various waterfalls, with a total drop of 300 meters. The first stage waterfall is the most magnificent one. It has a drop in height of 46.7meters and is over 76 meters wide. When water is plentiful, its width is over 83 meters. The waterfall is pouring down with great momentum when water hit the precipice to a deep pool. The noises of the water sound like thunders make people soul-stirring. Water splashes and mists spread the whole valley. When setting sun shines, mists magically change into a gorgeous rainbow hanging in the shy. Waterfalls from the sixth stage to the ninth stages connected with each other, called “four-fold waterfall”. The course of the four-stage waterfalls is 692 meters, among the waterfalls scattering various odd-shaped rocks, such as, “dragon well”, “dragon spine”, “ dragon horn”, “dragon scale and shell”, “dragon claw”, “dragon pearl”. There is a 120-meter long pool under the Jiulongji waterfall complex. Tourists can go boating to enjoy the charming scenery.
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How to Get There?
Tourists can get to Jiulongji Waterfall Complex through the No. 104 state highway, the No.310 provincial highway and other roads from Ningde to Zhouning
7:30 a.m.-17:30 p.m.
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