Lying at the south foot of the Taihang Mountain, Xinxiang is adjacent to the Yellow River in the east. It is one of the birthplaces of the Chinese nationality. And it is on this vast land that the famous Muye Battle in history broke out. Xinxiang is located on the Central Plains, it possesses rather convenient traffic system, which greatly stimulates its economic development.
Xinxiang enjoys a long history, and it has rich tourism resources with numerous natural scenes and humanistic views spreading all over the city. There are hundreds of various kinds of natural landscapes, among which there are now 4 cultural sites under state protection, one state-level forest park, one natural reserve for the protection of wetland birds, more than 50 provincial sites of scenic beauty and historical interest and units of cultural relics, and more than 500 cultural sites under city protection. Those humanistic landscapes like the Bigan Temple, Emperor Lu’s mausoleum, the White Cloud Temple, the Baiquan spring, the Ten Thousand Immortals Mountain, the Eight Mile Ravine, and the Jinghua Garden combined with beautiful natural landscapes, make Xinxiang a best choice for sightseeing and holidaymaking.