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About Shaoguan

The renowned historical and cultural city of Shaoguan (韶关) lies in northern Guangdong. The fact that the Shixia (石峡) culture thrived here during the Neolithic period proves that the people of this region were already an advanced civilization by that time. Surrounded by mountains, Shaoguan was a strategic military location. The mountainous terrain also makes for some beautiful natural scenery here. In addition, Shaoguan is inhabited by a concentration of minority peoples. The result is an area with highly diverse attractions. Danxia (丹霞) Mountain, a national scenic area; Nanhua (南华) Temple, the birthplace of Nanzong Zen; and the site of the discovery of the “Maba Man” are among the local sights.

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Nanhua Temple
4.6/5
620 Reviews
Temple
Nanhua Temple is located on the bank of Caoxi River, 7 km southeast of Maba, Qujiang District, Shaoguan City. It is a famous Buddhist temple in China is the birthplace of the Southern Chan school of Buddhism, which was promoted by the Sixth Patriarch of Chan Buddhism, Huineng. Huineng's body is also buried here. Nanhua Temple is located at the foothills of the Baolin mountain rage. It was first built in the Northern and Southern Dynasties period and has a very long history. The treasure of the temple is the body of the sixth patriarch, Huineng, and many people come to the temple to pay respects.
Fengcai Building
4/5
85 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Fengcai Rd, Zhenjiang Qu, Shaoguan Shi, Guangdong Sheng, China
Caoxi Hot Spring Resort
4.2/5
194 Reviews
Hot Spring
Caoxi Hot Spring Resort is located below Shuangfeng Mountain in Qujiang County in Shaoguan. It is surrounded by mountains and beautiful green water. The resort hosts 103 warm mineral pools and is filled with hundreds of soothing wind chimes, transporting visitors to an ultimate state of relaxation. The water in the springs is clear and clean, allowing soakers to see right down to the bottom.
Shaoguan National Forest Park
4.3/5
83 Reviews
Forest
National Park
The Shaoguan National Forest Park in the city center is a forest park that was expanded on the basis of the Shaoguan Forest Farm built in 1918 in Wujiang District with the approval of the State Forestry Department. The park now covers a vast area and echoes the beautiful scenery of the three rivers on the Three Gorges of Shaoguan. It is an important place for Shaoguan citizens to exercise, entertain and relax. The park in a broad sense covers the essence of six scenic spots such as Huanggang Mountain, Lianhua Mountain and Furong Mountain. Because it maintains a good forest ecological environment all the year round, it is called the green ecological barrier of Shaoguan City, and it is also praised by Shaoguan government and citizens. For the "city lung."

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