Strictly speaking, this is not an attraction, and it is not yet open to tourists. It's not worth making a special trip.
Changling is an ancient royal cemetery here. The buried emperor and empress are all kings of the past dynasties. The entire scale is not very large, it is really a bit backward, and the largest mountain bag is much smaller than the domestic one.
Changling is a royal cemetery. It has a very good location. It is backed by a mountain and there is a river in front. It is a treasure of Fengshui. The cemetery is managed by a dedicated team.
There is also a Changling Mausoleum in Beijing. It is not open to the public, but I just looked at it from the outside. It is small in scale, backed by a mountain and faces the river.
Jangneung is an ancient royal tomb in the Joseon Dynasty. It is small in scale. It is backed by a large mountain, faces the river, and has good feng shui.