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Sanmafang Yiyuan Hot Spring
4.3/5
46 Reviews
Hot Spring
Sanmafang Yiyuan Hot Spring is located in the bathing village of Sanmafang Township, Yangyuan. It is adjacent in the east to Nihewan, the birthplace of oriental ancient people. In the south, it is connected to the mother river Sanggan River in Yangyuan County. In the west, it is next to the Xuyuan Lingshan Bamboo Forest Temple. In the north, it is connected to the holy land, which is bright and the location is superior. It combines hot springs, bathing, dining, accommodation, conference and entertainment. The interior is fresh and elegant, and the rooms are warm and comfortable. Each room is equipped with European-style furniture, computer, LCD TV and other facilities. The resort has a misty hot spring pool and leisure and entertainment facilities such as fishing pond, children's water park and air-cushion playground.
Nuanquan Ancient Town
4.2/5
573 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Originally built during the Yuan dynasty (1279-1368), Nuanquan Ancient Town holds many ancient-style structures that are perfect for photographing. Compared to certain other ancient towns that have become popular via the Internet, Nuanquan appears simpler and more tranquil, and many locals reside within the town. The town is not particularly large but has an ancient west wall (an ancient gate tower) and several large courtyard complexes open to visitors. The “Make Treeflower Fungus” show is a famous event here. The show is a unique traditional festival light show with over 300 years of history. It involves villagers heating iron to 1500˚°C to become molten iron and then splashing it against the city wall to create a majestic scene of “fire trees and silver flowers” that is truly stunning.
Hanging Temple
4.6/5
2,788 Reviews
Temple
Hanging Temple is located between the cliffs of Cuiping Peak in Jinlong Gorge, Hengshan. It was built in the Northern Wei Dynasty and has a history stretching longer than 1,500 years. It is a well-preserved high-altitude wooden cliff building in China. At the foot of Hengshan, from a distance, you can see the Hanging Temple suspended over the mountainside. The entire temple is hung on the steep cliff, skillfully utilizing and building into the concave and convex portions of the cliff, making it exceptionally staggered and yet rhythmic. Visitors walk along the wooden plank road suspended within the temple to feel the magical architectural charm of the Hanging Temple.
Mount Heng
4.3/5
1,822 Reviews
Mountain
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Mount Heng is the northern mountain of the famous "Five Sacred Mountains". Mount Heng Scenic Area comprises the Tianfengling Scenic Area, the Cuipingfeng Scenic Area and the Qianfoling Scenic Area. Generally speaking, "visiting Mount Heng" refers to touring the Tianfengling Scenic Area. Mount Heng not only has beautiful scenery but is also an important birthplace of Taoism. There are many Taoist temples on the mountain. It is said that Zhang Guolao, one of the “Eight Immortals”, practised and achieved the Tao on the mountain.

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