Addiction at first sight, addiction at second sight | List of 8 "toxic" cities in China
You have found that after you have traveled to many places and seen many landscapes, there are always places that you still miss after you leave, miss their charming natural scenery, miss their rich cultural heritage , miss their taste Special food is unstoppable... It's like "being poisoned by it, addicted to it", always thinking about coming back someday.
After all, best scenery is a reunion after a long absence.
Today we will talk about 8 "exciting" cities.
Chongqing has really exploded over past few years. If you do an internet search, eight out of ten articles will be about Chongqing. Today, Chongqing is a real city of Internet celebrities.
Chongqing, called "Chongqing", also known as "Mountain City" and "Mist City", is an example of a mountain city in China.
The word "Chongqing" hides unique temperament of city and courageous character of locals.
The most charming thing about this city is its market atmosphere, spending time in old teahouses, wandering along old roads and old streets, visiting old lanes in search of old fires, and eating a plate of small noodles in a summer house. on sidelines...
There are multiple layers of mountains, and mountain towns have multiple layers of charm. The huge river water, lit by lanterns and shadows, hot cauldron boils with life in city, and ups and downs are beautiful everywhere. Such a magical and down to earth city that looks out over whole country is unique in Chongqing. .
Above sky, and below Suzhou and Hangzhou.
Suzhou, called "Su", was called "Gusu" in ancient times.
As one of first national historical and cultural cities, Suzhou, just mention of it, brings to my mind a dense picture of Jiangnan.
The first time I came, it may be because of its beautiful scenery, its reputation and left a good impression of Suzhou; Serve a pot of green tea, listen to Suzhou Pingtang, stroll through various gardens, and slowly enjoy taste of Suzhou.
3. Ghanzi Prefecture
There are 18 counties in Ghanzi, and all counties are sky, this is not an exaggeration at all.
Ganzi-Tibet Autonomous Prefecture, located in west of Sichuan Province, is part of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.
Ganzi Prefecture is a prefecture-level administrative region in which Tibetans constitute main ethnic group. There are 43 ethnic groups, including Tibetans, Han, Hui, Yi, Qiang and Naxi, among which Tibetans make up 81.9%. second largest Tibetan area in country.
From photo paradise of Sindu Bridge to mysterious snow-capped Jini Mountain, from hidden paradise of Kuopugou to snow-capped Hailuogou hot spring, from country of red Buddha to Tibetan village on middle road of country of a thousand towers ... one trip is really not enough!
“The wind in Xiaguang blows flowers in Shangguan, moon in Erhai Lake reflects snow on Cangshan Mountain”, “Cangshan Mountain has no ink for thousands of years, and Erhai Lake has no thread for ancient qin”, Bai compatriots in beautiful poems praise their hometown - Dali. In Dali there will always be "wind, flower, snow and moon" inadvertently.
Dali is an autonomous prefecture of a vast minority. Among 11 counties in southeast and northwest directions, there are countless ancient roads that cut through canyons and mountains, connect pastoral dams, and link mysterious mountain villages.
Someone might say, Dali, commercialization is too serious, it is enough to visit once, where should you go again? I think it's because you're opening dali incorrectly.
Compared to tourism, Dali is more suitable for living. Avoid popular scenic spots, go to Eryuan to soak in hot springs, go to Dengchuan to drink milk, go to Bingchuan to feast on fruit, Yanbi rolled noodles and Midu rolled hooves... most authentic, most delicious and most leisurely Dali , you must understand it. Slowly understand~
I don't know if you've heard this saying: If you haven't been to Kashgar, you haven't been to Xinjiang.
Kashgar refers to Kashgar region of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Kashgar is an abbreviation for "Kashgar", which means "jade" in Turkic.
Kashgar is most exotic ancient city in China, known as Eastern Morocco. As a north-south crossroads of "Silk Road", well-preserved thousand-year-old ancient city of Kashgar is an example of adobe architecture. Unlike beautiful scenery of northern Xinjiang, cultural atmosphere here is even more breathtaking.
Walking along streets of Kashgar, you can see: houses of Tuvan brown sticks are surrounded by flowers and fruits; chatting under the wall...
Nanjing, called "Ning", was called Jinling in ancient times and is capital of Jiangsu province.
What do you think of Nanjing? Whether it is flourishing beauty of Qinhuai River, ancient capital of Jinling and Six Dynasties, history of blood and tears during brutal anti-Japanese war, cherry blossom alley in front of ancient Jiming Temple, flaming maple forest in Qixia Mountains in autumn, and exclusive memory of Pukou Station, exclusive to China Republic? Soup with duck blood noodles has always been focus of gourmets...
Nanjing is worthy of your visit twice, once for its softness and once for its thickness.
Chaozhou is a city where even for food you have to go a second time.
The Chaoshan area in history was called Chaozhou Prefecture, which means "in Chaozhou, tides flow back and forth."
More than 1600 years later, Chaozhou Prefecture has developed into three modern cities, and first bridge and first floor of that period of history are still alive in today's Chaozhou. This vibrant historical and cultural city still tells story of Chaoshan.
When it comes to Chaozhou, there is an inevitable historical figure - Han Yu. After Han Yu was transferred to Chaozhou for 8 months, he instilled Confucian culture of Central Plains here, which has since changed Chaozhou, and barren land has also had a literary atmosphere since then.
Chaozhou is worth visiting again and again, whether it's for food or scenery.
8, Lin Zhi
In ancient times, Linzhi was called "Gongbu", and translated from Tibetan into "Threads", which means "the throne of sun."
Nyingchi is a water-rich area of the country with largest area of primary forest in country and most typical biodiversity area in world. It is also an international ecotourism zone, a global tourism demonstration zone, and an important world tourism site. It exhibits ancient and simple Gongbu culture, Mengluo folk customs, and customs of Teng people in various styles. There is Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon, Namjagbarwa Peak. , There are a large number of famous natural landscapes such as Basongkuo, with historical sites such as ancient city of Taizhao, Millennium Castle Group, and red relics such as Igong Main Building and Bomi Red Building.
Nyingchi has to go there at least twice: once for peach blossoms in spring and once for incomparable autumn colors of its forests.