China is one of my dream destinations. It is the most mystical, beautiful and historically important place on earth. China is like a wonderland puzzle and I feel like my whole life would not be enough to visit every little piece of it.
Here are some images of China's nature that I want to see in person one day. And what else do you want to see of China? What else is worth seeing? Feel free to share it with me :)
The Rainbow Mountain
The Danxia landform, also known as The Raindbow Mountain, is best to be visited between June and September when the sun and the rain bring out these beautiful colours even more.
Heaven lake (Tianchi) is a crater lake on the border between China and North Korea, and covers an area of 9.82km² while its surface elevation is 2,189.1m. The average depth of the lake is 213m and during the winter is covered with ice.
The Longsheng Rice Terraces
The Longji Rice Terraces are situated between 600m to 800m above sea level. A coiling terrace line divides the mountain into layers of water in spring, green rice shoots in summer, rice in fall, and frost in winter.
The Huanglong area is known for its colorful pools formed by calcite deposits as well as its snow-capped peaks, hot springs and waterfalls.
This waterfall arises from Yangtze river in China.
The Yellow River
Huang He, or the Yellow River is the third longest river in Asia and the sixth longest in the world.
The Five Fingers Peak Of Huangshizhai
Wulingyuan area has more than 3000 pillars and peaks, may of them over 200m in height, with waterfalls, pools and streams.
Cormorant Fisherman, Yangshuo.
The Hukou Waterfall is the largest waterfall on the Yellow River and teh second largest in China.Just below the waterfall, there is a shining stone called guishi that moves up and down according to the water level.
The Flaming Mountains
The Gaochang Mountains, or the Flaming Mountains, had their name from the novel Journey to the West by Ming Dynasty. But there is also a legend according to which a dragon that ate children was killed by a hero and the dragon's blood coloured the mountains.