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Zhangjiajie is a place not to be missed on your tour of China. Located on the north-western border of Hunan Province, this National Forest Park is famous for its unusual, but breathtakingly beautiful scenery, which includes more than three thousand unique rock ridges and sand stone quart peaks and eight hundred ghylls.
See the Heavenly Pillar, which was the inspiration of The Hallelujah Mountains in the film Avatar.
In winter from around December to March next year, Zhangjiajie has become a world of fairyland. Numerous ravines, peaks and sandstone pillars are covered with ice or snow. It seems to be more profound.
Visit Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and where inspiration for the Hallelujah Mountains in the Oscar winning film Avatar was drawn from
Take the Bailong Elevator, made entirely of see-through glass, to ascend to Yuanjiajie Mountain
Opt to walk along the world’s longest and highest Glass Bridge
Hike through one of China’s most famous natural wonders and marvel at the stunning scenery that surrounds you
Take the world’s longest cable car to the top of Tianzi Mountain